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This one rule will help you pass every health and safety inspection

by , 09 October 2014
The DoL sends out inspectors to visit workplaces and assess their health and safety. If an inspector visits your company, you need to ensure you pass the inspection.

If you don't, you could lose a lot of money through fines or a company shut down. The DoL could even press criminal charges and you could go to jail for up to two years.

But this doesn't have to happen to you!

You can pass your DoL inspection by simply following this one rule...

 

If you want to pass your health and safety inspection you need to follow this one rule

 
You have to keep your employees safe at work. The best way to prove you've done everything you can to keep them safe is to document everything. This is the important rule you must follow.
 
Whether it's a purchase order for new safety equipment or a training register, every health and safety document is vital. They're hard proof that you've done what you need do to protect your employees.
 
You need to keep all of these in order because the inspector could ask to see just about any of your documents. If any of them are missing and you can't show him, he may think it's because you haven't complied.
 
To avoid this problem, keep every documents. Here's a list of some of the most important to keep.
 
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Here's a list of some of the most important healthy and safety documents you must keep 

 
1. Health and safety plan;
2. Health and safety policy;
3. Health and safety procedures manual;
4. Training register;
5. Training certificates;
6. PPE handout register;
- Safety officer;
- Health and safety representative; and
- First aiders;
- Etc.
8. First aid certificates;
9. Risk registers from every risk assessment; and
10. Minutes and agendas from health and safety committee meetings.
 
Keeping all these documents will help you prove your compliance so keep them in order. 
 


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