OSHA inspects companies to verify compliance and often issue citations and fines for non compliance. Surprisingly, providing a safe work place does not always equate to OSHA compliance. That’s where we can help. Small businesses frequently lack the resources for a full-time safety director. It takes a great deal of time, energy, money and knowledge of regulations to implement necessary safety and health programs. Keeping the programs current in following years is labor and cost prohibitive.
• What should be included in a Safety & Health Program?
• What type of documentation will my business be expected to provide?
OSHA targets, inspects, cites and fines smaller businesses with greater frequency than it does larger businesses. Consequently, it is in the interest of any business, particularly small business, to be aware of OSHA regulations and how they apply to their operation.