"Given that OSHA rarely conducts an inspection that doesn't result in at least one violation cited, employers must be prepared should a compliance officer knock at the door. Read on to learn what steps you can take to ensure ongoing OSHA compliance.
An inspector's primary task during an inspection is very simple: to find non-compliance issues. If they don't find any, they won't issue a citation. However, if they do find violations, the officer may choose to expand the scope of the inspection, so it's paramount you proactively identify the requirements that apply to your workplace."