OSHA Audits & How to Defend Against A Citation
Minnesota OSHA’s purpose is to help improve workplace health and safety, but OSHA inspections can leave the most safety-conscious employer feeling anxious.
Aaron Dean, attorney with Moss & Barnett, and Steve Lichtenberg, MMA risk consultant, discuss what you can expect from an OSHA inspection and how to handle any recommendations or citations that you may receive. We will also discuss the legal options available if you receive a citation and why a clean safety record is so important.
Key discussion points:
- Understanding the audit and inspection process
- How to handle recommendations, requirements and citations
- Petitioning a citation and pursuing your legal options if you receive a citation