It can be difficult to decipher which OSHA guidelines apply to your business. These guidelines have to be in place and available for staff to easily review and refer to when planning operations. For medical practices, OSHA guidelines are not always clear and differ by state and local regulations, as well as federal regulations. These policies and procedures need to be in place and available for review if an inspector should present himself.
There are other considerations related to OSHA. Workers’ compensation insurance can present a problem if OSHA guidelines are not followed. This could leave a practice without coverage. Most importantly, following OSHA guidelines will create a safe work environment and ensure minimal risk for employees. We at Ampyss can customize and implement such policies and procedures for your practice at an affordable cost.