OSHA Inspection Checklists
Why OSHA Inspection Important?
The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 (OSH Act) was passed to prevent workers from being killed or seriously harmed at work. This law created the Occupation Safety and Health Administration (OHSA) to assure safe working conditions, by setting and enforcing standards. OHSA also provides information, training, and assistance to employers and workers.
Under the OSH Act, employers have a responsibility to provide a safe workplace. By using safety inspection software like iAuditor, you can help minimize risk, identify hazards, and improve safety in your workplace.
Complete OSHA Checklists on Your Mobile Device
Create your own or download a template below. From OSHA Eye Wash Station Inspection Checklists to Daily Forklift Inspection Forms, you can use a tool like iAuditor to help complete your regular inspections, quickly and easily.
Generate and View Reports
Create transparency through your organization by creating and sharing PDF reports quickly and easily. Get real-time data to help identify areas that need attention, and track improvements over time.
Case Study: Level 10 Construction
The 181 Fremont project is an 800 ft., 54-story high-rise that will become the second tallest and most unique building in San Francisco’s financial district. Level 10 Construction’s goal was to complete the building on time, on budget and most importantly maintain the quality and safety of the structure and people who work on the project. Read more case studies.
Featured OHSA Forms and Checklist Templates
OSHA Inspection Checklist General Industry
by George Morris
OSHA Inspection Checklist for Construction
Daily Forklift Inspection Form
by David Reid
OSHA Eye Wash Station Inspection Checklist
by Dustin Wilcher
OSHA Ladder Inspection Checklist
by GPS Fittings
OSHA Overhead Crane Inspection Checklist
by Jeff Boothe