What You Can Do About These Scams:
1.) Take a Step Back
Even with the pressures of this pandemic, make sure to take some time to evaluate what you really need to do to be in compliance and identify what is a scam. See and
to share a helpful poster:
or by clicking the image to the right.
2.) Verify Credentials
Verify any company or "inspector" credentials. Is the company soliciting your business recognized as legitimate? It is always important to verify the credentials of those entering your workplace, especially now in this heightened environment.
3.) Go to the Source
- OSHA has created a special COVID-19 informational and compliance landing page. You can access it here.
- NEW Requirement: OSHA has released Enforcement Guidance For Recording Cases of COVID-19 at your workplace which can be viewed: here.
- REMINDER: OSHA released a reminder on retaliation against workers reporting unsafe conditions during the Coronavirus Pandemic which can be viewed: here.
4.) Contact Clark
Finally, If you have any questions at all, please reach out to
at Clark or directly to Tim McCarty, our Director of Safety & Risk Consulting, by
We hope you remain safe and vigilant during these trying times and don't forget to make your own health, both physical and mental, a priority as we continue to navigate this pandemic.
- Your team at Clark Insurance