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Hazards to the skin from workplace toxin exposure

As both employees and business owners in Pennsylvania should be aware, toxic exposure in the workplace is a serious health concern for all involved. Hazardous workplace toxins can enter into the bodies of workers and cause them great harm, through methods ranging from respiration to skin absorption, and it is necessary for everyone to work together to handle dangerous chemicals safely and guard the health of all people concerned.

Responsibilities of Pennsylvania employers for workplace safety

Pennsylvania workers should be able to expect a reasonable level of safety when on the job, and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration oversees this concern on a national level. OSHA regulations provide a guide for employers to ensure that work conditions are safe for those in their employ. Employers are required to provide a workplace that is free of significant hazards and comply with applicable federal and state law.

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