Facility Maintenance Decisions: What to Know for an OSHA Inspection

January 19, 2024
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An inspection from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) can happen for a number of reasons; sometimes a visit can be spontaneous.

“I’ve actually heard of OSHA driving to a scheduled visit, glancing over and seeing someone doing something incorrectly, immediately pulling over and doing a quick investigation,” said Rusti Dyals, ESFM National Director of Environment, Health & Safety.

For facilities managers, it’s important to be prepared well in advance of receiving a visit: planned or unplanned. In a recent article from Facilities Maintenance Decisions Dyals shared tips to help mangers during an OSHA investigation.

Read the article.

The health and safety of ESFM clients, their employees and our associates is our top priority, leading to ESFM achieving industry-leading safety performance year-after-year. Watch this video to hear ESFM President David Hogland share why safety is important to him personally.