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When OSHA was established into law in 1974 by Richard Nixon, its primary objective was to enhance employee health and safety, reduce workplace accidents and fatalities, and significantly increase the probability of employees returning safely to their families every day.

Although the majority of companies diligently adhere to OSHA’s standards and requirements, there are instances when companies may inadvertently overlook them due to various reasons such as being preoccupied with other tasks or, in some cases, intentionally disregarding regulations in an attempt to save costs. When these situations arise, it can lead to an OSHA inspection.

This brief video, produced by OSHA, provides an overview of why they might initiate an inspection and what individuals and companies can anticipate during the inspection process.

OSHA Inspections

What to expect during an OSHA inspection.