HKIS August 18, 2016 No Comments

During a California Occupational Safety and Health Administration (Cal/OSHA) inspection, the inspector will ask to see a lot of written materials, including any records you have of training that has been provided to employees. If you don’t have the records—or if something is missing—Cal/OSHA is likely to cite you not for missing records but for failing to provide training at all. Unless you’ve kept written records, Cal/OSHA will figure it just didn’t happen.

Read the full guide to Training Records from Eatwell Consulting

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