Was your company one of the over 50,000 inspected by Federal or a State OSHA this year? If not, will you be prepared as OSHA steps up its enforcement this year? We will cover what triggers an OSHA inspection, what you can expect when an inspector calls on your facility, what your rights and obligations are, should you request a warrant, and what you should do during the inspection and afterwards.
A supervisor has many responsibilities. in many organizations, the supervisor is responsible not only for supervisory responsibilities, but also for production responsibilities, that is, to get a product or service out the door. A Supervisor – under OSHA – is responsible for knowing the work hazards his employees face, to make sure they are trained, to enforce safety rules. in short - to fulfill the employer's General Duty to provide a safe workplace.