Developing and implementing a plan of action on how you and your staff respond to an OSHA site visit is one of the most important things you can do to successfully survive an OSHA inspection. Hopefully after reading this article you will realize that an OSHA inspection is a very simple and easily understood procedure.
It’s the time of year when we start looking toward the tropics and wondering what this hurricane season has in store. That is why it is so important to equip and prepare yourself with the most recent and best possible information.
It isn’t very often that I have a day like the one I am about to describe. After all, it started off like most days. Hurry here, get this done. Get to the airport, turn in the car, get to the gate, catch the plane…all in a day’s work. During these moments while I am waiting at the airport or when I am actually in the air flying, I get to thinking about safety, where we are now, where we have been and where we are going.
You have the policies and procedures in place. You have established smart practices for tasks. Y ou train your employees the best way to work safely so you can send them home at night in one piece to their family and then…
Written by Carl Potter, CSP, CMC Have you ever heard people in your workplace make statements about safety that just don’t ring true? Often these
Remember the last time you were inspected by OSHA? Keven L Yarbrough, COSS takes you through the elements necessary to document a legally sufficient citation.