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Flaws may be uncovered in even the strongest of safety cultures when held under the microscope of an OSHA inspection. Whether it’s a random check or a response to an employee complaint, how you handle things when OSHA comes around can have a huge impact on the ultimate outcome of an inspection.

The time to prepare for this is well before you get that knock! The slide deck from this HNI U event will walk through best practices in handling an OSHA inspection, including who should be notified, what information to offer up, and what your rights are as an employer.


  • Who’s most likely to be the target of an OSHA inspection
  • Letting the inspector in vs. asking them to return with a warrant
  • Documentation to always have ready
  • Training employees on an appropriate response
  • How to negotiate fines that may be assessed


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