Use this checklist to help you meet OSHA’s housekeeping standards.
Housekeeping reduces waste and helps processes run more smoothly. Also, first impressions matter a lot to OSHA inspectors.
A messy environment is a serious indication of broader issues and it can prompt an inspector to look more closely for violations than they would otherwise—and they’re likelier to find them.
Download KPA's OSHA Housekeeping Checklist to help you identify areas in need of some good housekeeping.