OSHA Compliance

Athens, GA

#1 Mar 15, 2011
How do you comply with OSHA at your business in Georgia? Need assistance and guidance? Contact OSHA Prep at www.oshaprep.com for a cost effective estimate.

Alpharetta, GA

#2 Mar 15, 2011
OSHA Compliance is essential to keep employees safe at work in Georgia as well as to avoid hefty fines for noncompliance. It is important to keep your OSHA 300 logs up to date.

OSHA Prep provides on site safety consulting to company's in Georgia and surrounding states. We also provide 300 log preparation services and guarantee compliance with OSHA Recordkeeping Standards for logs that we prepare.

Visit us at http://www.oshaprep.com to find out more about us and understand how we can help your company with OSHA compliance and workplace safety issues.

Roseland, NJ

#3 Mar 23, 2011
The Department of Labor is requesting $583,386,000 in funds for improving workplace safety in FY2012. OSHA is also requesting a minimum of 2,387 full time employees. This means that OSHA is set on adding new Compliance Health and Safety Officers, increasing the number of planned workplace safety inspections, and continuing development of the Injury and Illness Prevention Program (I2P2) Rule.

Georgia company's fall under Federal OSHA requirements. Is your company in compliance with Federal OSHA? Would you be ready for a visit if OSHA came to your door today? Can you afford to pay hefty fines for non-compliance if not?

Visit us at http://www.oshaprep.com to find out how we can help your company minimize workplace safety compliance issues and reduce your liability for OSHA compliance and workers compensation losses.

Roseland, NJ

#4 Apr 5, 2011
In a memorandum to Regional Administrators, which took effect on October 1, 2010, OSHA significantly revised its penalty structure, increasing penalties on employers by, among other things:

1. Expanding the time frame for considering an employerÂ’s history of violations (when setting penalties) from three to five years
2. Increasing penalties by 10 percent for employers that have been cited for any high gravity serious, willful, repeat, or failure-to-abate violations within the previous five years
3. Increasing the minimum proposed penalty for a serious violation to $500 and calculating final penalties serially, unlike current practice where all of the penalty reductions are added and then the total percentage is multiplied by the gravity-based penalty to arrive at the proposed penalty.

Is your business in compliance with OSHA regulations? Can you say with certainty that you would not receive a citation if an OSHA inspector showed up at your door?

OSHA Prep is here to help! Visit us at http://www.oshaprep.com for all of your OSHA compliance needs. We service Georgia and other southeastern United States businesses.
Safety Retiree

Pearland, TX

#5 May 9, 2011
An OSHA compliance officer could go into any workplace and find a number of violations if they really want to.

Athens, GA

#6 Nov 29, 2011
Are you prepared for an OSHA On-Site visit? Do you need OSHA compliance training?
Contact OSHA Prep today to schedule your free on-site evaluation.

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