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When Exercising Caution Is the Best Move For Your Business

In workplace safety and in hiring decisions, caution is key.
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We passed all inspections, but I am concerned that a machine due for replacement in 18 months might pose a safety risk sooner than that. Ideally I’d replace it now, but money is tight; I plan to address the potential safety issue another way. No employee has expressed concern, and my legal and compliance obligations are

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