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June, 2015

Be Prepared for an OSHA Inspection


In this month's newsletter we would like to provide businesses some helpful information and tools for dealing with OSHA inspections and requirements. Proper documentation and understanding can help you reduce unwanted penalties and expensive fines. Workers Compensation insurers use data collected from OSHA inspections and fine history as part of their underwriting and pricing process.


We hope this helps you prepare your business more effectively.


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Joey Huckaby
Do You Really Know How To Handle An OSHA Inspection?

Many articles on handling OSHA inspections provide the same basic guidelines and little explanation of why employers should take certain steps. You already know to take photos whenever the Compliance Officer (CO) takes shots and to take notes. But do you know why to take those photos and what to look for? What do you need to note in order to challenge citations when they are issued six months later?

Plan In Advance

Every company site should have a number of managers who know the basic steps to take whenever any government investigator shows up. The most important step is for site managers to know whom to call to obtain guidance. No executive or in-house counsel will be pleased to learn of an investigation upon receipt of a citation. Through handling over 500 fatality and catastrophic cases, I've learned that no matter how tough one may be, they shut down when a coworker or subordinate is killed.


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Joey Huckaby