At 88 pages, it is a heck of a ‘pocket’ guide, but I didn’t name it. This is actually a comprehensive safety guide for construction sites. Since this is California, the standards will be as good, or more so, than other places in the USA.
Additionally, if you want to go into mass production with these guides, they kindly included the setup for professional printing. Those files are included as well.
If you deal with electricity, download this stuff RIGHT NOW. Electricity will kill you, or your people. These are new publications from OSHA, so you know you better.
You know what to do:
Electrical Power – PPE Requirements
Electrical Power – Fall Protection
Electrical Power – Training Requirements, Other
Electrical Power – Major Changes to the Rule
What did I tell you? Download them all!
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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:
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An interesting site that provides practical solutions to everyday construction safety issues. Site is broke down be category, risk, exposure, trade, etc.
Ergonomics, Excavation, Eyes, Fall Prevention, Falls, Heat, Ladders, PPE, Safety Programs, Silica, Training Materials, Trenching |
Most of us have seen this, but they have upgraded their search features to drill down to specific items for specific exposures. Easier to find what is needed:
Excavation, Eyes, Fall Prevention, Falls, GHS, Hazard Communication, Heat, Ladders, PPE, Safety Programs, Silica, Training Materials, Trenching |