Maryland Safety and Health laws & HR compliance analysis

Maryland Safety and Health: What you need to know

Health and safety in the workplace are regulated in large part according to standards developed under the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSH Act), a federal law. The law provides for individual states to devise and administer their own work safety laws and regulations, but only with federal approval and only if the applicable state requirements are at least as stringent as the corresponding federal standards. There is more information.
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Maryland is a “state-plan” state, which means it has received federal approval for its state regulatory program, governing both private (private businesses and nonprofit organizations) and public (state and local governments) sector workplaces.

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