OSHA Inspections: Preparation and Response

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McGraw-Hill, 1997 - Industrial safety - 438 pages
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OSHA Inspection? No Sweat! You know how important it is to meet OSHA guidelines for assuring a safe work environment. Now with the wealth of hands-on advice in Rick Kaletsky's OSHA Inspections, you'll be able to prepare for and respond to an OSHA audit with complete confidence. The author--a noted expert on occupational safety--explains exactly what an OSHA auditor looks for, and arms you with insider'' tips on how to anticipate, respond to and correct citations. This essential compliance tool (now in its fifth printing) features detailed case studies that will help you master each step in the audit process, plus an extensive self-inspection checklist that you can use to prepare for an OSHA audit and ensure compliance. Includes helpful listings of addresses and phone numbers of health and safety organizations, as well as health and safety Internet mailing addresses and Web sites.

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