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101 Tips for Telecommuters—Successfully Manage Your Work, Team, Technology and Family by Debra A. Dinnocenzo

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17. Be Your Own OSHA Inspector

The local OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) inspector may not be on your list of external partners and is not likely to ever visit your home office. And though your employer may not conduct an on-site check of your office for conformance to safety, security, or design standards, office safety should not be an issue you overlook. Many of the basic safety guidelines applicable to corporate offices are relevant to your home office, too. While your employer may provide guidelines to guard against liability challenges and worker compensation claims, you should monitor compliance with office safety standards to protect your personal well-being and to guard against damage to your property. Compromising ...

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