10 Tips for Handling an OSHA Inspection

No one looks forward to a visit from OSHA, but when and if that happens, it's important to know how to deal with an OSHA compliance officer and a possible inspection. Following is a list of tips to help guide electrical contractors through an OSHA investigation from OSHA lawyer Phillip Russell, Esq., a a shareholder in the Tampa, Fla. office of the international labor and employment law firm of Ogletree Deakins. Read the full special report on Tips for Handling an OSHA Investigation for more detailed information.


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