The National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) has recently issued the Contractor Action Plan for OSHA Inspections. The publication is a practical guide for helping electrical contractors deal with OSHA inspections on their job sites.

“Electrical contractors should be prepared, not surprised, by an OSHA inspection, and so should their employees,” says Dave Potts, NECA’s director of safety and insurance. “Companies can best handle OSHA inspections on their jobs by following pre-set company procedures that protect their rights under the law.”

Contractor Action Plan for OSHA inspections provides the essential information needed to avoid unexpected violations, explains how to actually manage the actual inspection, and describes ways to eliminated or reduce citations and fines.