Which situation has the highest priority for inspection?
Also asked, which of the following worksites has the highest inspection priority?
OSHA has jurisdiction over approximately 7 million worksites. The agency seeks to focus its inspection resources on the most hazardous workplaces in the following order of priority: 1. Imminent danger situations—hazards that could cause death or serious physical harm receive top priority.
Also Know, can OSHA do random inspections? Because there are more than seven million workplaces in OSHA's jurisdiction, it is impossible for them to inspect every single one. Because of this, OSHA tries to focus their inspections on the most hazardous workplaces, and has outlined the order of priority as the following: Imminent danger situations.
In respect to this, what triggers an OSHA inspection?
Inspection Triggers. Employers have the right to require CSHOs to produce an inspection warrant before entering the worksite. Because OSHA cannot inspect all the workplaces under its jurisdiction, the agency focuses on the most hazardous in the following priority: Imminent danger situations.
What are the 3 parts to an OSHA inspection?
There are three main components of an OSHA inspection:
- An opening conference. The opening conference is a brief meeting during which the OSHA inspector will explain the purpose of the inspection.
- A worksite “walkaround” The walkaround is the actual inspection.
- A closing conference.