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The Office of Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) helps companies reduce accidents that occur on the job, including injuries, illnesses and fatalities. Because OSHA is responsible for the health and safety of employees and the regulation of occupational safety standards, the compliance team frequently pays surprise visits to determine whether organizations are operating within mandated guidelines. Knowing how to prepare for an OSHA visit and what to do if you receive a surprise visit will keep your company in compliance year-round. Here are a few suggestions:
For surprise visits:
Anticipating a surprise visit from OSHA can be beneficial as it will compel your organization to continuously operate within health and safety standards. Using OSHA compliance software will alert you to any inconsistencies or areas that need work. These suggestions will ensure your organization is always ready for success. Remember, safety is important.
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