When the Department of Labor comes knocking on the door, a practice only has a certain time frame within which to turn over the requested documentation. Be aware of the types of documentation that the Department of Labor may require so that your practice does not scramble to find the requested information.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is now targeting dental practices. When OSHA knocks on your door for a surprise investigation, the process is very intimidating.You should always be prepared and know your rights during an OSHA investigation.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) dedicates itself to enforcing safety and health regulations in places of employment throughout the United States. OSHA typically conducts workplace investigations without notifying employers, and an unexpected knock on the door can leave employers overwhelmed. Knowing OSHA’s inspection process prepares employers in proceedings.