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Bigelow Inspection Results

August 03, 2007


We had an OSHA, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, inspector show up for a “normal” inspection the other day. In fact the inspector spent ½ day on Friday and then came back on Tuesday for 1/2 day to finish up. Outside inspections are a great way to have your processes reviewed and to make improvements on them but when you have an OSHA inspector show up for a “normal” inspection you take a deep breath. It is kind of like when you glance up in your rear view mirror and there is a police car following you. You double check your speed, make sure your hands are at 10 and 2 but until they stop following you there is that question in your mind, am I doing something wrong.

Over the two visits we reviewed our safety policies, procedures on forklifts, walked the production floor looking at our machine guarding and interviewed several employees. The machine guarding is usually the toughest area to work on because you want the machine to be able to operate but you need to make sure employees cannot get injured as they use the equipment.

On Friday a couple of guarding issues were identified but by Tuesday when the inspector came back they had been fixed. I was very pleased with the inspection results and our operation is just that much better because of it.


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