OSHA Definition

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OSHA (OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ACT) is a federal law in the United States that requires employers to provide employees with a workplace that is relatively free of hazardous conditions.

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CERTIFIED PAYROLL REPORT means the record that a contractor or subcontractor engaged on a public work is required to submit to an awarding government body with a statement of compliance as required pursuant to regulations for each month in which the contractor or subcontractor employs one or more workmen in connection with the public work.

SHELF LIFE specifies the period of time which a product can be stored, under specified conditions, and remain in optimum condition and suitable for use or consumption.

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