Stanley says there are five key things to do to improve workplace safety and have the best result possible when OSHA comes calling:
- Update Documentation - Make sure your documentation is accurate and your written health and safety program is current. Also make sure your injuries and illnesses are accurately recorded and classified in your OSHA log.
- Emphasize Training - Make sure you have conducted all training required under your program and by federal regulation.
- Analyze Accidents - Identify where your accidents and illnesses are happening. Analyze work habits and processes associated with them and take permanent corrective action.
- Conduct a Mock OSHA Audit - Inspect your facility just as OSHA would.
- Go the Extra Mile - Go beyond OSHA requirements and promote a safety culture.
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