Don’t Be Unprepared for an OSHA Inspection
For the thousands of companies that have been through an OSHA inspection since OSHA’s inception in 1971, the experience has ranged from scary and nerve wracking to polite and professional.
Each inspector typically has pet peeves based on past experience. Some are sticklers for electrical issues. Some are hyper aware of power tools.
You actually can learn a lot about cooperation and collaboration through the experience. Having said that, there’s always a looming fear of discovery and paranoia surrounding an impending OSHA inspection – much like the fear and nervousness we face when we’re dealing with an IRS audit.
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