Following a hail of controversy and criticism in the wake of widespread publicity in January over an OSHA interpretation letter stating that regulations applied to home workplaces, the agency has issued a formal directive explaining its official policy. Retreating from its initial position, the agency has stated that it strongly supports telecommuting and telework arrangements and will not conduct inspections of employees’ home offices.

OSHA defined and distinguished between different types of home worksites:

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