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Violations, citations, and penalties
['Enforcement and Audits - OSHA']
During the inspection, the compliance officer will have a good idea of which standards were violated (or of the employer’s General Duty obligation under the OSH Act). After the inspection, the compliance officer makes recommendations to the OSHA Area Office director regarding any alleged violations.
The OSHA Area Director is the person who actually determines if citations will be issued. OSHA must issue a citation and proposed penalty within six months of the violation’s occurrence.
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