Prepare for the unexpected
Businesses can be confident of a favorable outcome when OSHA makes a surprise visit, if they have taken the time to prepare.
Businesses can be confident of a favorable outcome when OSHA makes a surprise visit, if they have taken the time to prepare. To help, a mock inspection service was created to build business confidence in meeting OSHA expectations during an onsite inspection. Health and safety programs, operating procedures, recordkeeping and documentation practices, and training programs are reviewed.
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