“Hello. I’m from OSHA and I am here to help you.”
If you own or operate a business, chances are very good you’ve heard those dreaded words. Next to “Hello. I’m from the Internal Revenue Service,” there are few greetings more inclined to make your knees weak. But it doesn’t have to be that bad.
Even with the seven million workplaces they cover each year, OSHA will most likely find its way to your location. When they do, here are some tips to help you survive your OSHA audit.