OSHA Fundamentals – What Every Small Business Owner Needs to Know and Do Before, During and After an OSHA Inspection

Times have changed at OSHA. When Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis was appointed, she proclaimed that there was a “new sheriff in town.” Current OSHA head David Michaels certainly took that message to heart. Gone are the days of compliance assistance and OSHA viewing employers as “customers.” Instead, OSHA is all about enforcement. Michaels believes that high penalties, hard-hitting press releases and “regulation by shaming” are the best way to ensure that employers comply with OSHA standards. Don’t be caught unprepared and unplanned for an OSHA inspection. By taking positive steps to prepare for an OSHA inspection, you can minimize liability. Knowing what to do before, during and after an OSHA inspection can save you time and money.

Watch the video above to learn everything you need to know and do to be prepared for an OSHA inspection

Watch and you will learn:

  • About the key OSHA officials
  • What steps you can take before OSHA arrives to minimize liability
  • What rights you have as an employer
  • What you should do when OSHA does arrive to inspect you
  • What to do if you receive an OSHA citation

Webinar Details

Tressi L. CordaroWhen:
Recorded Wed., Oct. 26
12 PM ET (9 AM PT)

Tressi L. Cordaro
Attorney, Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart

Audience Level: All levels of independent business operation

Additional resources:

How to Handle an OSHA Inspection - GuidesManaging an OSHA Inspection


Small Business Guide to Handling OSHA Inspections

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