Hey there everyone!
I am in the process of starting up an internet based business which I can run from the home office and am wondering what regulations there are concerning running a business from a residential premises? For example, do I need to bubble wrap my chair in order to comply with OSH regulations? Or a replace the welcome mat with a "hazard" sign?
More along the lines of general rules as opossed to industry specific.
Thanks guys! Appreciate any input you might have.
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