The Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994

The Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994 (OSHA 1994) 1was made considering the
way that the Factories and Machinery Act (FMA) 1967 just secured word related safety and
health in the construction industries, mining and manufacturing industry, though alternate
businesses were not considered. The extent of OSHA 1994 covers all people that works in
public and private sectors with the exception of military forces. The Occupational Health and
Safety directions force the punishment to the employers, which they present of unsafe
working conditions for their employees noncompliance with the standards 2-3.
To ensure the occupational health and safety of the persons at working in danger places,
the objectives of OSHA 1994 are to protect workers at the workplace, to encourage an
occupational safe environment for the employee at their workplace adjusted to their physica