What To Do When OSHA Arrives

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Start Date

August 03, 2023 11:00 am

End Date

August 03, 2023 11:50 am




Polaris MEP



Polaris MEP partner Darcy Cook of Safety Trainers shares tips for what to do (and what not to do) when an OSHA inspector arrives at your Rhode Island manufacturing facility.

What’s required? (Spoiler alert! We all must be polite.) What’s not?

In this webinar, learn how to make an OSHA visit positive for both the inspector and your business.


  1. Understand how OSHA’s inspection patterns have changed in recent years
  2. Learn what is happening with PPE
  3. Find out what  job hazard assessment is (and whether you really have to do one)
  4. Get insights into what your responsibilities and requirements are during an unannounced OSHA visit


Darcy Cook leads Cook Professional Resources, Inc dba Safety Trainers. Safety Trainers supplies expertise and support to more than 20 different industries throughout New England, including Rhode Island manufacturing.

More than 60% of Safety Trainers’ clients have been with them for over 14 years. Polaris MEP clients rely on Safety Trainers for a variety of solutions including OSHA 10 hour and 30 hour training, OSHA record-keeping, OSHA fines & violations abatement, and Emergency Management training.

Polaris MEP is committed to offering the best business improvement programs to Rhode Island Manufacturers.

In order to achieve that goal and to justify continued U.S. Department of Commerce funding for these services, participants are asked to provide impact data and assessment. You’ll be asked for feedback through a short online survey within 1-3 days of this program and possibly again through an impartial third-party survey firm, 6-12 months after the course ends.

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