Mock OSHA Audits - Pendulum Risk
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Your Trusted Mock OSHA Audits Partner.

Pendulum, in association with Sorensen, Wilder & Associates, is pleased to offer mock OSHA audits for long term care facilities. These audits, performed by certified and experienced healthcare safety professionals, provide a comprehensive review of a facility’s safety management program, taking the same approach an OSHA compliance officer would take.

Let Pendulum Help Your Facility Be Prepared For Your Next OSHA Audit.

Benefits Of Mock Audits:

By participating in a mock OSHA audit, your facility will recognize a number of benefits, including:

  • The opportunity to identify and correct areas of noncompliance without the concern of severe monetary penalties
  • Access to qualified healthcare safety professionals to answer questions regarding your safety management program and practices
  • The information needed to prepare a strategic plan for safety improvements, as well as interim action plans designed to minimize the risk for those items that may require financial planning and capital investment
  • The ability to show OSHA that your facility is being proactive in managing workplace safety and has taken steps to minimize the risk to workers and maximize workplace safety

Our Service Highlights:

  • A review of all written safety management plans and policies from a compliance perspective
  • A review of training programs including content, instructor qualification, learning objectives, and participation
  • A physical plant tour that focuses on unsafe conditions in the facility that may contribute to employee injury or illness
  • Interviews with random staff members
  • A review of all OSHA-required records and record-keeping practices
  • An evaluation of the use of engineering and work practice controls in
    protecting employees from illness or injury
  • Safety Committee activities

What Our Clients Say

I give Pendulum my highest regard and have no hesitation in recommending them for your risk management program.

Managing Director at Insurance Company

Extremely thorough and they ask all the right questions. The loss control expert who reviewed this facility is to be commended for a superb job. It’s clear that Pendulum really understands these types of risks, as there are so few in the industry who truly do. Great job. Thank you.

Agency Owner

This was absolutely the best, most thorough risk management visit we’ve ever had.

Facility Administrator

Have questions? We’ve got answers.

What is a standard risk assessment process?

Depending on the services requested, the assessment process is customized to fit the need of the organization. The assessment may be risk- or compliance-oriented.


Some examples of the areas reviewed during the assessment process include:

  • Policies and procedures
  • Protocols and practices
  • Physical environment


Pendulum offers several varieties of assessments:

  • Professional liability risk
  • Infection prevention and control
  • Customer service
  • OIG compliance
  • HIPAA/HITECH compliance
  • Emergency operations
  • Security vulnerability
  • Life safety
  • OSHA
  • Cybersecurity


An organization can also choose a focused assessment that includes customized services to meet their needs in areas such as documentation, fall, skin integrity, elopement management, risk and quality programming, etc.

What can you expect from Pendulum Risk?

Pendulum offers more than 22 years of risk management consulting experience to assist organizations in minimizing liability risk and strengthening defensibility. We provide a wide range of risk management services and take pride in our ability to provide customized services to meet our client’s needs.


Our skilled risk control consultants have consulting expertise in a wide variety of clinical and non-clinical settings, allowing them to identify potential areas of risk and provide recommendations based on risk management strategies that have been identified through national claims and litigation activities.