What to Expect in an OSHA Inspection

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s mission is not to travel to work sites just to impose penalties and fines on companies not in compliance with industry standards. Instead, OSHA exists to ensure workers experience safe and healthful conditions on the job site, and are able to go home safely at the end of every shift.

Mazzella specialists understand OSHA regulations and the importance of adhering to these standards to keep workers safe. Kevin Paul, our director of safety, joined us on the debut episode of the “OSHA Inspection Series.”

In this episode of “The OSHA Inspection Series,” we’ll be featuring:

– The penalties of OSHA inspection violations
– Who is responsible for the violation
– How the violation can be resolved

Check back for future episodes of “The OSHA Inspection Series”. We’ll be featuring OSHA standards for cranes, training, rigging, warehouse racking, and fall protection.

Looking for more content about OSHA? Check out this article on OSHA Definitions of Competent, Qualified, Designated, & Certified Persons

Mazzella is one of the largest-independently-owned companies in the overhead lifting and rigging industries and is a manufacturer and distributor of a wide range of lifting products for industrial, commercial, and specialty applications.

In addition, Mazzella is a leader in providing overhead cranes, overhead crane services, material handling, fall protection, specialty machinery, and warehouse solutions.

Contact us today if you have questions or need assistance with:
Periodic inspections of rigging equipment
Periodic inspections of crane and hoist equipment
Fall protection inspections and solutions
Lifting and rigging training
Crane operator training
Fall protection training

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