New Silica Rule – OSHA

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OSHA has published it’s new rule for Silica.  This rule will help to set standards to protect workers that are exposed to crystalline silica.  Construction workers cutting block, working with concrete – this is for you.

Click links below for documents:

OSHA Silica – Fact Sheet

OSHA Silica – FAQ

OSHA Silica – General Industry – Medical Testing

OSHA Silica – General Industry Standard

OSHA Silica – Medical Testing

OSHA Silica – Sampling Methods

OSHA Silica Standard – General Industry – Sampling Methods

OSHA Silica Standard

OSHA QuickCards – Download Here – All Free – English/Spanish/Other – Updated!

Updated 10/26/2014 with new QuickCards from OSHA – see below:

I downloaded and posted nearly all OSHA QuickCards to a single location.  I skipped obscure types, but about 95% are here.

Click links below for QuickCards:

Updated Cards – 10/26/2014

Agriculture – Backing Up Farm Vehicles and Equipment Safety QuickCard

Agriculture – Protecting Farmworkers from Tractor and Harvester Hazards

Agriculture – Protecting Workers from Tripod Orchard Ladder Injuries

Cold Stress QuickCard

Combustible Dust – Precaustions for Firefighters to Prevent Dust Explosions

Hazard Communication Safety Data Sheets

Hazard Communication Standard Labels

Hazard Communication Standard Pictogram QuickCard

Previous Entries:

Aerial Lift Safety – English

Aerial Lift Safety – Spanish

Amputations QuickCard – English

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning QuickCard – English

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning QuickCard – Spanish

Chain Saw Saety QuickCard – English

Chain Saw Saety QuickCard – Spanish

Chain Saw Safety QuickCard – Portuguese

Chipper Machine QuickCard – English

Chipper Machine QuickCard – Portuguese

Chipper Machine QuickCard – Spanish

Cold Stress QuickCard – English

Confined Spaces – Permit Required QuickCard – English

Confined Spaces – Permit Required QuickCard – Spanish

Construction Hazards – Top Four – QuickCard – English

Construction Hazards – Top Four – QuickCard – Spanish

Construction PPE QuickCard – English

Construction PPE QuickCard – Spansih

Demolition Safety QuickCard – English

Demolition Safety QuickCard – Portuguese

Demolition Safety QuickCard – Spanish

Electrical Safety QuickCard – English

Electrical Safety QuickCard – Spanish

Emergency Response QuickCard

Fall Protection – General Industry QuickCard – English

Fall Protection – General Industry QuickCard – Spanish

Hand Hygiene QuickCard – English

Hand Hygiene QuickCard – Portuguese

Hand Hygiene QuickCard – Spanish

Hazard Communication – Safety Data Sheets – GHS – English

Hazard Communication – Safety Data Sheets – GHS – Spanish

Hazard Communication – Standard Labels GHS – English

Hazard Communication – Standard Labels GHS – Spanish

Hazard Communication – Standard Pictograms GHS – English

Hazard Communication – Standard Pictograms GHS – Spanish

Heat Stress QuickCard – English

Heat Stress QuickCard – Spanish

Heat Stress QuickCard – Vietnamese

Ladder Safety QuickCard

Lead in Construction QuickCard – English

Lead in Construction QuickCard – Spanish

Mercury – Avoiding Exposure from Flourescent Bulbs QuickCard

Mold QuickCard – English

Mold QuickCard – Spanish

Motor Vehicle Safe Driving Practices QuickCard – English

Motor Vehicle Safe Driving Practices QuickCard – Spanish

Portable Generator QuickCard – English

Portable Generator QuickCard – Spanish

Process Safety QuickCard Respirator QuickCard – English

Respirator QuickCard – Protuguese

Respirator QuickCard – Spansih

Tree Trimming and Removal QuickCard – English

Tree Trimming and Removal QuickCard – Portuguese

Trench Safety QuickCard – English

Trench Safety QuickCard – Spanish

Work Zone Traffic Safety QuickCard – English

Work Zone Traffic Safety QuickCard – Spanish

Be Proactive to Prevent Workplace Chemical Exposure

Article from Amerisure Insurance:

http://www.amerisure.com/Blog/Amerisure-Blog/Be-proactive-to-prevent-workplace-chemical-exposur.aspx

Since we are on the subject of chemicals and disaster, below are documents for GHS, and disaster preparedness.

Click links below for documents:

GHS Training Requirements

QuickCard – Chemical Labels Spanish

QuickCard – Chemical Labels

QuickCard – Data Sheet Spanish

QuickCard – Pictograms

GHS Wallet Card

Staying Open for Business After Disasters – BICEPP

Business Emergency Response Plan

Business Emergency Supplies

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site emergency planning

In Depth Global Harmonization/Haz Com Course

This is high quality, high detail, GHS Course – 4 Hours – from the CPWR – http://www.cpwr.com.  Those people are fantastic.  This is the PowerPoint, Instructor Manual, and Student Manual.

Click Links Below for Documents:

GHS Haz Com – PowerPoint

GHS Haz Com Instructor Manual – 4 Hour Course

GHS Haz Com Student Manual

GHS – OSHA Training Materials, QuickCards – English/Spanish

Below are training requirements, QuickCards for label, SDS’s, and pictorgrams.  Both English and Spanish – and from OSHA, so these are free to use, print, etc.:

Click below for documents:

GHS Training Requirements

QuickCard – Chemical Labels Spanish

QuickCard – Chemical Labels

QuickCard – Data Sheet Spanish

QuickCard – Pictograms

QuickCard – Pictograms Spanish

GHS Wallet Card – Great card that can be issued after training – there is a QR code that will open a link for additional information.

 

Free! OSHA 1910 and 1926 App

Special thanks to commenter Seth, who alerted me to this app. Completely free, that has 1910 and 1926. I currently do not know if this is available for Android.

The app downloads the regs (about 32 meg), so it can be used without a connection.

Note – it has worked on my iPhone 5 but there are issues on my iPad. I will update if I learn anything. Also, if anyone knows if this is on Android, let me know and I will update this post.

Thanks again Seth:

Here is the app link:

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/mobile-safety-regulations/id741380887?mt=8