PORTLAND Ore. Oregon’s Occupational Safety and Health Division reportedly plans to offer free on-site safety consultations to the state’s restaurateurs under an agreement struck with the Oregon Restaurant Association. The service will be provided to restaurant operators with assurances that no fines or sanctions would be levied for any safety infractions that may be found, according to local press reports.The collaborative effort, described in the coverage as the first of its kind in ...

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