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Creative Safety Supply Releases OSHA Inspection Checklist

Checklist helps safety managers and business leaders assess facility safety

Published: Thursday, December 8, 2016 - 17:26

(Creative Safety Supply: Beaverton, OR) -- An inspection from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) might sound daunting to many businesses. The key to a smooth, violation-free OSHA inspection is preparation so people don’t find themselves in an inspection unsure of what to expect. This new inspection checklist from Creative Safety Supply walks safety professionals through their facilities to help them determine what they need to improve before an OSHA inspector shows up.

This four-page OSHA Inspection Preparation Checklist covers many areas of workplace safety including personal protective equipment requirements, electrical safety, hazard communication, forklift operation, confined spaces, egress and evacuation, lockout/tag out, machine guarding, first aid, and much more. In each of these categories, the document lists basic items businesses should cover in their workplace safety programs, but it doesn’t go into so much detail that the list is overwhelming. The checklist is designed to apply to many organizations operating in a wide variety of industries.

Individuals and businesses can request a free PDF copy of the checklist at the Creative Safety Supply website.

Those interested can also find a selection of ebooks about workplace safety and lean manufacturing topics to further improve their facilities. These guides and other educational articles, infographics, and podcasts can be found in Creative Safety Supply’s Resource Center.

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Creative Safety Supply

Creative Safety Supply provides industrial safety and lean manufacturing products worldwide. The company’s SafetyTac floor marking tape, LabelTac industrial label printers, lean and 5S supplies, and other tools for the workplace have helped businesses of all sizes and across many industries work safer, smarter, and create spaces that are easier to navigate.