OSHA actually come out with an interesting publication – safety through Leading Indicators and not lagging indicators. In other words, being proactive, and not just doing this AFTER the person falls off the ladder.
I was surprised to find this as well – an entire book online for free. This is a guide developed by the British on all things safety. Not a full handout for complex issues, but great for companies establishing a safety program, educating a person on safety and risk, and ways to combat the most common issues in the workplace. Excellent design.
A wide range of subjects – including construction, excavation, healthcare, machine shops, plastics, metal stamping, etc. Programs are detailed and include all aspects to create a good program. I may break these down later to individual subjects, but posting now for reference.
Texas Department of Insurance has a very large selection of free safety materials (who knew?). Many are in English and Spanish. I have downloaded and attached 5 complete programs on the subjects you see below.