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When you appeal a Cal/OSHA citation, you’ll need to make a case for why you weren’t at fault. You may argue that the violation simply did not and does not exist. But if matters are not quite so cut-and-dried, you might want to use an affirmative defense. Use this checklist to determine whether any of the following affirmative defenses applies to your case.

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