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OSHA has begun paying closer attention to worker safety with nonprofit organizations in the last few years, awarding nearly $11 million to help high-risk workers. Safety standards have begun to shift to having heavier regulations more akin to for-profit companies, helping to protect those in the employ of nonprofits. As some adopt new health and safety models to work towards a safer work environment, there’s always more to be done. The United States is home to as many as 1,500,000 nonprofits, a number that grows with each passing day. But with nearly three million workplace injuries registered, how can nonprofits set the benchmark for safety standards?
When I worked on-site at Access Compliance’s Latham, NY, office, I remember the routine safety checks and making sure there weren’t safety hazards that could disrupt work or cause harm. Now that I work from home, I don’t necessarily have those mandatory, standard checks, so it is especially important I am aware of dangers I may face.