OSHA Inspection Support


The Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) is an important regulatory agency that has your employees’ best interests in mind. It can be intimidating when you hear from the Compliance Officer of OSHA. At OECS, we offer OSHA inspection assistance to help you create a safer environment. As your advocate during workplace inspections, trust our regulation experts to provide OSHA assistance and impart the confidence you may need. We’ll answer your questions, create a preparation plan, and guide you through the initial or follow-up OSHA inspection process.


The OSHA inspection process covers many critical areas of safety, so constant monitoring and compliance improvements are essential for any business. While there is no substitute for a thorough safety audit when preparing for your next inspection, you can reduce your chances of a violation by remaining vigilant at work, always being mindful of the factors OSHA takes into account during an inspection and making changes as you notice risks around the workplace. Contact our team for OSHA compliance assistance so you’re ready for your next inspection.

Important Safety Categories

The items that an inspector will address during the OSHA inspection process largely depend on your industry, but there are some basic areas of safety that every employee should take into account on a daily basis. OSHA’s Small Business Handbook outlines every area a business owner or safety manager should be tracking during a self-inspection. While not an all-inclusive list, this OSHA safety checklist covers some of the most important safety categories:

  • Building and grounds conditions
  • Chemicals
  • Electricity
  • Evacuation plan
  • Fire prevention
  • First aid program/supplies
  • Hand and power tools
  • Heating and ventilation
  • Housekeeping program
  • Lighting
  • Machinery
  • Maintenance
  • Personnel
  • PPE
  • Processing, receiving, shipping and storage
  • Transportation


In addition to these topics, OSHA also encourages business owners to implement recordkeeping. Keeping track of incidents and accidents as they occur provides evidence to OSHA that you have taken steps to prioritize safety — an ideal starting point for any surprise inspection.


OSHA compliance Services

OSHA inspections can be nerve-racking experiences for even the best-prepared companies. OECS consultants provide valuable assistance during an OSHA compliance inspection. Our safety consultants will be present during the initial walk through and serve as your “onsite advocate” to answer the OSHA inspector’s questions and walk you through the inspection process. We are there from start to finish – from the time OSHA shows up on site to the closing conference.

Has your company received a notice of violation by OSHA? You need somewhere to turn that is reliable, responsible, and can meet the abatement deadline. Our OSHA compliance services can help you resolve your citations or violations. According to OSHA’s website, one citation penalty can cost as much as $15,625 and repeated or willful violations can cost a company up to $156,259!

Do you have questions regarding OSHA inspections, citations, contesting the citation?  Wondering if citations are legitimate? Considering fighting citations in a grey area? Ask our professional safety staff to evaluate your citations and participate in the informal conference to abate the citation, reduce the seriousness, and/or reduce the amount of the dollar penalty. It’s worth more than just your time to hire OECS for our OSHA compliance assistance prior to the return of the OSHA inspector.

Top 10 most frequent OSHA cited workplace standards:

  • Fall protection (C)
  • Hazard communication
  • Scaffolding (C)
  • Respiratory protection
  • Powered industrial trucks
  • Lockout/tagout
  • Ladders (C)
  • Electrical: wiring
  • Machine guarding
  • Electrical: systems design

C = Construction standard *

Be more confident in your workplace before the OSHA inspector shows up. As an employer, it’s imperative that you understand the importance of OSHA regulations so you can provide a safe workplace for your employees and for them to know that you have their safety in mind – because without them, you wouldn’t be where you are today. It’s safe to say you are an expert in your growing industry, but it’s impossible to be an expert in every industry. Let the workplace safety professionals at OECS provide OSHA compliance services so you can focus on the safety of your team and facility. With our OSHA assistance, your team won’t experience devastating setbacks due to unknown hazards that we can resolve.

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