What to do when OSHA comes to check out your business

10/27/2011 | Fox Business Small Business Center

Preparing for inspections by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration can help small businesses save money. Before the inspection happens, small businesses should evaluate the workplace to determine what hazards exist and what protections are in place, said Tressi Cordaro of Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, during a recent NFIB webinar. Someone from your company should follow the OSHA official during the inspection, and companies should present only materials asked for by the official, she said.

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