• The Audit

  • The Audit | CAL OSHA Safety Health Program Management

    Everything starts with a comprehensive safety audit of your facilities.

    The purpose of the audit is to identify existing hazards and evaluate documentation that complies with CCR Title 8 Subchapter 7 of Subchapter 4, by a competent OSHA safety consultant.

    • Subchapter 7. General Industry Safety Orders
    • Subchapter 4. Construction Safety Orders

    During the inspection, visible hazards will be identified, including regulatory, general and serious violations. Once hazards are identified, a course of corrective action will be recommended.

    Onsite audits generally take between 2-4 hours, depending on the type of industry and size of the facility. Written documentation will be reviewed on-site or offsite.