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During an OSHA inspection, regardless of the reason for their inspection, one of the first things requested by the Enforcement Officer is training records.

All team members, including part-time, full-time, per-diem and working interviews must undergo site-specific interactive training on your OSHA programs. This training must be completed and documented at the point of hire, prior to occupational exposure to hazards, and at least annually thereafter. There are no exceptions to this rule.

Following a thorough inspection of your facility, our seasoned Safety Engineers conduct site-specific training in your office. We provide all required documentation. We even provide accredited continuing education units.

Get in touch with us today to learn more about how Compliance Alliance can bring your practice into compliance with on-site, on-demand, annual, and weekly training programs.

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