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Ducks in a row…..

By on September 21, 2011 in Safety and OSHA with 1 Comment

One of the hardest things about being a Painting Contractor is keeping up with all the legal requirements of owning a service oriented business.  We work with dangerous chemicals, use equipment that has high rates of injuries, and usually do this in an occupied home. That is a lot of liability! Are you covered? Mark Paskell wrote a great overview.

Contractors who continue to avoid bringing their business up to par with those who have already done so are running the risk of significant hassles and fines. Regulatory officials are quickly developing new ways of catching up with contractors who up until now have been able to operate in a quasi legal way. Last week OCABR set up a sting to catch non compliant contractors who advertise on Craig’s List. Is this just the tip of the iceberg?

 Read the rest of the article and see the list of requirements here……

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Chris Haught

Chris Haught

Editor at Blogging Painters at Partners in Sites
Chris Haught is the editor of Blogging Painters, the leading resource for paint contractors. Chris also works with contractors to improve their website and social media presence. When not blogging about the painting industry, she works in the educational sector as a media and technology mentor.
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  1. Dewald says:

    That is so true. We know important possessions are in some ones home. That is why our staff are always supervised.

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