Safety Manuals

OSHA Standards requires EVERY employer to have in writing (Safety Manuals) an effective injury and illness prevention program that must at least contain the following:

  • Policy naming the person or persons who have authority and responsibility for carrying out the safety and health program.
  • System for ensuring that employees comply with safe and healthful work practices, and which includes disciplinary action as well as recognition of safe work habits.
  • System for communicating with employees on matters relating to occupational safety and health, and which includes provisions for encouraging employees to inform the employer of work-site hazards without fear of reprisal.
  • Procedure for identifying and evaluating workplace hazards, and which includes scheduled periodic inspections.
  • Procedure for investigating an occupational injury or illness.
  • Procedure for correcting, in a timely manner, unsafe or unhealthful conditions or work practices.
  • Safety and health training for employees and supervisors.
  • System for documenting with records the scheduled, periodic inspections and the employee safety and health training–these records must be kept for 3 years.
  • After receiving your manual, you will have all the tools needed to meet the above requirements from OSHA.

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