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OSHA late last month published new criteria for removing employers from the agency’s Severe Violator Enforcement Program (SVEP), created in 2010 to monitor companies with “willful, repeat or failure-to-abate violations.”
“Generally,” OSHA said in a statement, “an employer may be considered for removal from the program by an OSHA Regional Administrator after:
“In the event an employer fails to adhere to the terms and provisions of the agreement, the employer will remain in the program for an additional three years and will then be reevaluated,” OSHA added.
For additional details regarding employer removal criteria from OSHA’s SVEP program, click here.