Are you ready for OSHA? Let this OSHA inspection checklist help.
OSHA inspections can happen at 8 am on a Monday or 4 pm on a Friday. Your facility should always be prepared for such an event. This checklist covers two dozen safety issues OSHA will be looking for during their audit, including:
- Recordkeeping compliance (such as the OSHA 300 log) & written programs
- First aid (first aid kits, eyewash stations, etc.)
- Fire prevention like alarms, extinguishers, etc.
- Safe practices regarding tools & equipment
- Personal protective equipment (PPE)
This comprehensive, 4-page checklist helps you to stay prepared for inspection while also making your facility a safer, more productive place to work. The list can also act as recordkeeping for current safety practices, so you can refer back to it to chart your progress.