How International Safety Standards Apply to U.S. Operators

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July 3, 2015 at 3:16 pm  •  Posted in Machine Builder  •  0 Comments

OSHA requires operators to meet its own federal regulations, but as more OEMs use machinery produced around the globe, industry experts are consolidating safety standards that apply broadly. Those international standards have strength in the marketplace, though they may or may not prevent accidents or OSHA citations.

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