Businesses and organizations looking for an evaluation of their level of compliance with OSHA health and safety standards should consider having a “Mock-OSHA inspection” performed at their site by an established, highly-qualified OSHA Expert.
Reasons You May Need a Mock OSHA Inspection
A Mock-OSHA inspection can help you identify areas where safety and health violations exist within your operations. You may be in need of a limited inspection that focuses on a particular safety program or piece of equipment, or a comprehensive evaluation of your overall safety program. Or you want want a mock-OSHA inspection as part of your due-diligence efforts when acquiring another business. Whatever the case, we can provide you with a highly-qualified Certified Safety Professional (CSP) with extensive experience in OSHA compliance to conduct the mock-OSHA inspection for your organization.
What is Included in a Mock-OSHA Inspection?
A comprehensive mock-OSHA inspection includes a review of your OSHA mandated written health and safety programs, employee safety training records, and injury / illness records. The audit also involves a walk through of your operations to identify safety hazards that represent violations of OSHA standards. If needed, a noise and/or air survey can be conducted to quantify employee exposures relative to OSHA permissible exposure limits. Or, as mentioned above, you may only want an evaluation that is limited in scope to a particular issue.
You will receive an oral recap of the findings of your mock-OSHA inspection at the end of the visit, along with recommendations for corrective action. And unless instructed otherwise by the client, we will issue a comprehensive written report in a few days that lists the findings of the inspection and recommendations for corrective actions. We can also offer assistance with implementing the recommendations if needed.
Types of Clients For Whom We Have Conducted Mock OSHA Inspections
We have conducted mock-OSHA inspection services to clients involved in manufacturing operations, shipping/receiving and warehouse operations, assembly sites, oil and gas operations, chemical processing, service industries, maintenance facilities, construction sites, laboratories, and medical or dental operations, as well as many other types of workplaces, located throughout the United States. We also work with the client’s attorney, if necessary, to perform this work at their direction when, in anticipation of pending litigation, the findings of the mock-OSHA inspection needs to remain confidential and protected.
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