1. Do you have a process in place in the event an OSHA inspector comes to visit? If so, be sure everyone knows what the process is, including the forklift drivers. The more the operators know, the more accountable each driver can be.
2. Keep records handy to prove compliance. This is where most inspections fall apart. What would be more effective for your company? Handing the inspector a bucket of forklift inspection binders or booklets or a print out of the report that has all the information in one place?
The electronic or digital forklift inspection information is right in the SIERA.AI graphical Dashboard that provides information quickly and you and/or the forklift drivers can easily take the OSHA inspector through the information proving your company’s progress, process, results and any modifications you’ve made.
3. Questions Being Asked by OSHA Must Be Accurately Answered. In order for this to be achieved, you need to be confident with your information. Using SIERA.AI S2 Digital Inspection with Impact Monitoring ensures the data collected is accurate. There’s never any second guessing.