Company owners, plant managers, company officers, ask yourself these two questions: “Am I protecting my employees from injury?” and “Am I providing a place of employment free from recognized hazards?”
OSHA is coming, it is just a matter of time before they show up at your door. OSHA can inspect your company for a number of reasons including:
- A complaint from an employee
- A complaint from a citizen
- An OSHA inspector driving by your worksite and observing an unsafe activity
- A routine OSHA inspection.
OSHA fines are increasing by almost 58% this year. If you need some assistance dealing with OSHA-related matters, give us a call. We can help with:
- Policy development
- Implements processes
- Safety auditing
For more information, contact Jay Mather, CSP, CESCO, CFEI at (205) 440-3849, or (770)-298-0738 or email@example.com.