About This Webinar
Being prepared for and OSHA can mean the difference of a positive or not so positive experience. The more organized and prepared you are can determine the length and detail of the audit process. Learn the process of an OSHA audit and what to have ready without delaying the process and the reasons that your company may experience a visit from OSHA. We will cover what is expected of the employer and the documents, policies and materials you will need have available both initially and throughout the audit process. We will touch on the differences between a union and non-union facility and the right of employees in each of those facilities.
|Terry Lively, Employer Services Safety & Compliance Manager
MMA Sioux Falls