Learn from a former OSHA inspector how to:
OSHA Inspections: Preparation And Response, designed as a reference guide for the safety professional, is divided into two parts: "Preparing for OSHA" and "Responding to OSHA".
- Develop and implement an effective safety program that complies with OSHA standards
- Proactively prepare for an inspection
- Respond in the event of a citation
Part 1, "Preparing for OSHA," provides an overview of safety issues that must be addressed prior to any compliance inspection. These include preventive maintenance, safety committees, discipline, and accident investigations. Rather than just review the processes involved, advice is given on how to creatively use these tools for safety and as preparation for inspection.
Part 2, "Responding to OSHA," gets to the heart of the matter; discussing the compliance officer and the safety professional’s role in meeting, greeting, and accompanying on an inspection of the premises.
A must-have book regarding employer rights and responsibilities in dealing with what some might perceive as an adversarial OSHA.
About the Author
Rick Kaletsky, a 20-year OSHA veteran, helps take the guesswork out of dealing with the agency in this definitive guide to the entire OSHA process. He shows you exactly how to develop and implement an effective occupational safety and health program that fully complies with OSHA standards, how to proactively prepare for a worksite inspection, and how to respond in the event of a citation.