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OSHA: Employer Rights and Responsibilites
OSHA Publication No. 3000: Employer Rights and Responsibilies Following an OSHA Inspection

This is a 24 page brochure-sized booklet published by OSHA to inform employers of their rights and responsibilities after an OSHA inspection has occured.

The information in this booklet can be used as a discussion guide during your closing conference with the OSHA compliance officer conducting the inspection.

Topics covered:
- After an OSHA Inspection
- Types of Violations
- Citation Posting Requirements
- Employer Options
- How to Comply
- Informal Conference and Settlement
- How to Contest Citations
- The Contest Process
- Petition for Modification of Abatement
- What Employees Can Do
- Followup Inspections and Failure to Abate
- Employer Discrimination
- Providing False Information
- OSHA Assistance, Services and Programs

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