OSHA is quick to scrutinize a business to determine whether the fault of injury lies with the employee or the employer. OSHA looks for two things when an accident occurs: If the business has a safety plan in place and whether it’s adequate enough to fully protect the company.
If discrepancies are found with an existing safety plan, it could end up costing a business hundreds to thousands of dollars.
Safety Plans are a regulatory requirement. They also assist you in developing a Safe and Secure work environment for your company.
Now you can get a quality review of your safety plan, so you can ensure that it protects your business in the case of an unfortunate accident.