All Safety Programs About Everything – Free Downloads

No really – this is from North Carolina OSHA.  A huge amount of safety programs covering nearly everything.  This time I don’t expect you to download everything – just as much as you really need.  Have fun.

Click links below for documents:

A Guide to Asbestos for Industry

A Guide to Bloodborne Pathogens in the Workplace

A Guide to Control of Hazardous Energy – Lockout Tagout

A Guide to Crane and Derricks

A Guide to Developing nad Maintaining an Effective Hearing Conservation Program

A Guide to Electrical Safety

A Guide to Emergency Action Planning

A Guide to Ergonomics

A Guide to Eye Wash and Safety Shower Facilities

A Guide to Fall Prevention in Industry

A Guide to Forklift Operator Training

A Guide to Form Safety and Health

A Guide to Formaldehyde

A Guide to Hexavalent Chromium

A Guide to Lead Exposure in the Construction Industry

A Guide to Machine SafeGuarding

A Guide to Manual Materials Handling and Back Safety

A Guide to Occupational Exposure to Isocyanates

A Guide to Office Safety and Health

A guide to Personal Protective Equipment

A Guide to Preventing Heat Stress and Cold Stress

A Guide to Public Safety Driving

A Guide to Respiratory Protection

A Guide to Safe Scaffolding

A Guide to Safety In Confined Spaces

A Guide to the OSHA Excavations Standard

A Guide to Working with Corrosive Substances

A Guide to Working with Electricity

Construction Industry Safety and Health Management Program – Word

Construction Jobsite Safety and Health Guide

Fire Rescue EMS Safety and Health Management Program – Word

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Long Term Care Industry Safety and Health Management Program

OSHA General Industry Standards Requiring Programs Inspections Records or Training

Workplace Violence Prevention Guidelines and Program for Healthcare Long Term Care and Social Services Workers

Alert – Changes to OSHA Reporting Rules Just Announced! Download Documents Here

Changes coming into effect as of January 2015.  The biggest includes amputations and loss of an eye must be reported to OSHA within 24 hours:

• All work-related inpatient hospitalizations, all amputations and all losses of an eye within 24 hours.

Below are fact sheets and other documents on the new rule.

Click links below for documents:

Reportable Rules Fact Sheet

Updated Reporting Rule

Updates to Reporting Rule – Fact Sheet

Who is Required to Keep Records and Who is Exempt