Covered establishments shall be assessed at least once a year, motu propio or upon request or filing of anonymous grievances.
The Labor Inspector shall bring appropriate tools during the conduct of assessment including inspection prescribed forms such as Authority to Inspect, Inspection Checklist (mobile application as installed in their tablets), Notice of Results, etc. In addition, Labor Inspectors must be equipped with a list and copies of labor laws and other relevant regulations.
On the other hand, employer should make available to the Labor Inspector documents to determine compliance with labor laws and social legislations. Such documents shall include, but are not limited to, the following:
Employment records including payrolls, DTRs, payslips, financial statement
Proof of payment on monetary benefits and remittances
OSH reportorial requirements
OSH Programs and Policies
Other documents as may be deemed necessary (e.g. service agreement if engaged in contracting/ subcontracting arrangement, employment permit for non-resident aliens, etc.)