Keep in mind that meeting OSHA compliance is an everyday endeavor. It’s something you have to work for, and being compliant isn’t an easy chore, nor is it exceptionally difficult.
In fact, many of the most common OSHA violations are also obvious safety guidelines and plain-old common sense. Unfortunately, too many owners, managers and others simply walk by these violations every day and do nothing about them, thereby putting themselves, their employees and their businesses at risk.
I want to focus on basics. Once you tackle these potential problems, you’ll be better able to handle the more difficult standards OSHA sets.
Run through the following lists, and make sure your shop is OSHA compliant in these areas.
This article is sourced from SearchAutoParts.com from author Toby Chess.