Monday January 12, 2015
In many cases, employers are experienced with the walk around
and employee interview aspect of an OSHA Inspection, but are unsure
of what documents the compliance officer is entitled to inspect and
to request copies. The article in the link below is intended to
give guidance in this area.
Click here for article - Responding to An OSHA Inspection IV.
Disclaimer: I would like to emphasize that the discussions,
examples and templates set forth above are from an insurance/risk
management perspective and is NOT legal advice. We do not
provide legal advice as we are not qualified to do so. I
highly recommend that you seek the advice of legal counsel in order
to become fully apprised of the legal implications related to these
issues. The information contained herein was obtained from sources
which to the best of the writer's knowledge are authentic and
reliable. Arthur J. Gallagher makes no guarantee of results,
and assumes no liability in connection with either the information
herein contained, or the safety suggestions herein made.
Moreover, it cannot be assumed that every acceptable safety
procedure is contained herein, or that abnormal or unusual
circumstances may not warrant or require further or additional
procedures, resources or advice.