Curious about what happens during an inspection conducted by the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) and how to get ready for one? If so, here are some tips and guidelines that may come in handy.
For starters, before a compliance safety and health officer (CSHO) ever sets foot on the jobsite, builders should:
Review their safety programs
Be aware of any national and local programs that are currently being emphasized by the administration
Develop procedures for a visit and train employees on those procedures
Have records (300 Logs, training records, etc.) readily available and up to date
Make sure workers are properly trained on the safety requirements of the jobsite... Contact Debbie Klisch debbie [at] scicteam [dot] com for more
Filed in Labor, Safety and Health on September 22, 2015