If you manage a construction site, the idea of an OSHA inspector dropping in for a visit may keep you up at night. But it doesn't have to. The safety experts at Safety Management Group have prepared a "top ten list" of the documents and reports OSHA inspectors typically ask to see, including:
1. Injury / Illness records
2. Written Programs
3. Material Safety Data Sheets
4. Training/Certification Records
5. Competent/Qualified Person Inspections
Make sure you have easy access to these documents before an inspector comes calling and you'll sleep better tonight and every night. Being prepared also shows the inspector you share his or her concern for safety - which can't hurt. Read the full article here, or browse thousands of safety signs at ComplianceSigns.com.