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OSHA Inspections

Occasionally we get a call from a member in a panic—OSHA is there to conduct an inspection. After we calm the member down, we walk them through how the inspection is likely to go, what the OSHA Inspectors will want to see and how company representatives should conduct themselves during the inspection. Normally the inspector (s) will have an opening conference explaining the nature of the inspection and what they will need from the employer. As part of the inspection, inspectors will want to review the OSHA 300 (log of occupational injuries and illnesses), safety training documentation and written compliance programs such as Hazard Communications, Blood Borne Pathogens, Lockout Tagout, etc.
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