I think a good argument could be given in support of this claim regarding most of OSHA regulations. Is this the first time he has actually figured this out? I have an idea. How about the front line safety officer be in charge of drafting the rules?
Jay D. Rohman www.EncouragingSafety.com
FDA may inspect firms at a reasonable time, within reasonable limits and in a reasonable manner. Whether or not an inspection appears reasonable depends on a person’s point of view. FDA investigators rely on well established procedures and techniques. In an FDA investigator’s mind, there really is no mystery about what happens during an inspection or why. The fact is though that many firms do not understand how an inspection is conducted and what follow-up regulatory action, if any, may be…See More
Is it possible to use a rectractable line with the anchor point located at the feet?I have read the manufacturers recommendations and they do not recommend this.What do you do if you do not have a…Continue
Started by Tom Trauger. Last reply by Kevin Moore Nov 28, 2010.