OSHA's back in the enforcement business and issuing inspections and citations at a record pace. They've hired more inspectors, are pushing for higher penalties and even looking to put safety pros in jail.
Compliance is more important than ever. And being prepared for an inspection is key. But how?
Conduct a mock OSHA inspection. Top safety pros say this is the best way to get your facility in compliance, prevent hefty fines and prep employees for when a real inspector shows up. Here's how:
- 10 steps to develop and execute a mock inspection
- Agency's priorities: What needs to be on your radar
- Top 4 reasons you'll get hit with an inspection
- Gathering evidence that can save you from citations
- Biggest inspection pitfalls lurking inside your facility
- What real-life inspectors say they're targeting now
- Post-Obama changes you need to know
- Get more accomplished: Setting the scope of a mock inspection
- Crucial point: How well will employees react to an inspection?
- Top things that tick off inspectors
- Dealing with potential dangers after the mock inspection
- Just how much OSHA wants citations to sting
- No. 1 way the GDC's nailing companies for noncompliance
- What employees should and shouldn't say to inspectors
- Included: Checklist for conducting a mock OSHA inspection
- 8 reasons safety training fails – and how you can avoid them
- Stay OSHA compliant: 8 point plan to achieve safety training success
- The core principle of effective and engaging employee training
- 10 most important takeaways for safety trainers – and how to apply them today
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