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Surprise! New OSHA Site Can Actually Save You $

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Complying with federal rules costs the average small business 20 cents out of each budget dollar. But you might at least save on consulting fees by surfing the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Web site.

Geared to small businesses, the new site provides resource materials for workplace safety, accident prevention and ergonomic programs, a free consultation service, direct e-mail access to a liaison officer for inquiries, interactive software and local forums.

Visit the site at www.osha.gov/dcsp/smallbusiness/index.html.

Writer: Kimberly Stanséll, Los Angeles, is the author of "Bootstrapper’s Success Secrets: 151 Tactics for Building Your Business on a Shoestring Budget," Career Press.

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