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Does South Carolina Have A State Osha Plan?

SC is one of 23 states and territories which administers its own OSHA program under an agreement with the US Department of Labor, OSHA. Every employer, employing one or more workers, is covered by the state occupational safety and health law, with the exception of maritime, rail and mining operations and federal installations.

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