If there’s one sound that perks the ears of safety officers at any medical facility, it’s a knock at the door from an OSHA inspector.

OSHA inspections can seem like a nerve-wrecking and stressful ordeal, particularly for smaller facilities, but with the right preparation, the inspection process can be relatively painless. This preparation revolves around having the appropriate documentation to provide the OSHA inspector, familiarizing yourself with every step of the inspection, and knowing how the current standards relate to the risks in your facility so that you can properly address any potential citations.

This excellent article, which appeared in HC Pro’s Medical Environment Update, is linked here, with permission, from HC Pro, Inc.