How to Prepare for an OSHA Inspection

Instructor: Lourdes Menendez
Product ID: 700105
Training Level: Basic
  • Duration: 60 Min

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This OSHA Inspection training will guide you through OSHA procedures when they visit a company and what they look for and the main rights and responsibilities employers have with respect to OSHA.


This program introduces the basic way OSHA functions. Before you invest money in courses and isolated actions you need to know what OSHA expects from employers and how to comply with their basic requirements.

This course will prepare employers and managers in what to do in case of an OSHA inspection. It will also instruct the participants in how to deal with citations, and penalties as a result of an audit. This program will teach OSHA procedures when they visit a company and what they look for. Also, this course will go through the main rights and responsibilities employers have with respect to OSHA. This course will help you in your interactions with an OSHA inspector.

Areas Covered in the seminar:

  • What is OSHA
  • What is covered under the OSHA act
  • Highlights of the general duty clause
  • Osha’s system of inspection priority
  • Role of the company during an OSHA inspection
  • Basis to issue citations and penalties
  • Employer’s responsibilities and rights
  • Basics for an OSHA program

What Attendees will Learn:

  • Understand OSHA’s mission and purpose (advantages for the employer)
  • Who is covered and who is not covered by OSHA
  • How does OSHA use the General Duty Clause
  • How to prepare for an OSHA inspection
  • What OSHA considers priorities in an inspection
  • Ways to deal with citations and penalties
  • Understand your rights and responsibilities as an employer
  • Basics in how to start an OSHA program

Who Will Benefit:

Managers, supervisors, consultants and employees who might be subject to OSHA regulations.

Instructor Profile:

Lourdes Menendez, MBA, PMP, PHR is a bilingual management consultant with more than 15 years of experience in process improvement. She is the principal of Prime Performance a consulting company in Texas and she is part of the Strategos team ( where she manages the socio-technical area. She has been successful integrating the technological process with human performance.

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