By Neville C. Tompkins
In actual fact explains worker and business enterprise rights and obligations below Occupational security and future health Act.
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2. Be prepared to be flexible—OSHA compliance officers arrive unannounced, want to meet with the ranking employer representative and rarely can be put off or have the visit postponed. 3. Be prepared so that you can present your facility in its best light to the agency inspector. 4. Appoint a local “OSHA Coordinator” who can coordinate preparations for an OSHA visit and be the Company’s chief representative or spokesperson in dealing with OSHA, perhaps the human resources manager, the safety specialist or the administrative manager.
Also, inspections are unlikely to be scheduled at firms that underwent a complete inspection during the previous year and were not cited for any violations. TRUE OR FALSE Answer the following questions and check your answers with those at the bottom of the page. ____ 1. An employer is required to admit an OSHA inspector onto the premises. ____ 2. An OSHA inspector is required to give notice of the visit. ____ 3. You can discipline an employee for walking off the job for alleged health or safety reasons.
Should the employer fail to do this, OSHA may apply to the nearest Federal District Court for legal action to correct the Page 33 situation. Before the OSHA inspector leaves the premises, he or she will advise all affected employees of the hazard and post an Imminent Danger Notice, a step rarely taken by the agency. This is serious business and an employer needs to handle an investigation thoroughly and correct the situation promptly. OSHA may pursue judicial action that can produce a temporary restraining order (immediate shutdown) of the operation or section of the workplace where the imminent danger exists.
A Manager's Guide to OSHA (A Fifty-Minute Series Book) by Neville C. Tompkins