By the end of 2022, electric vehicle (EV) drivers could recharge their batteries at about 140,000 charging stations across the U.S. The vast majority of these — 126,500 of them, according to S&P Global Mobility — used a technology called Level 2 EV charging. Less than 14,000 charging stations relied on Level 3 chargers, while the remainder were proprietary Tesla stations.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has strict rules for how you operate forklifts. To remain fully compliant, however, owners of liquid propane (LP) trucks must also follow OSHA standards related to fuel storage. That requires employers to understand a whole separate group of regulations.
The Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) requires employers to provide emergency stations to workers wherever chemical hazards are present. Those facilities need to be immediately accessible, and they need to meet certain standards (which we’ll address below).