CalOSHA – Safety Programs in Word Format

From these guys

Word format is always welcome – and copyright free word format is even better.

These programs come from CalOSHA so they should easily meet or exceed federal guidelines. Some, like the restaurant stuff, is specific, so very useful.

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New Silica Rule – OSHA


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

Concrete Construction Resources from OSHA and Others

Adding this as a special request from a visitor.  

Concrete Construction Pocket Guide

Silica – Controlling Exposures While Doing Tuckpointing Mortar Removal

Silica – Controlling Exposures While Operating Masonry Saws

Silica – Controlling Exposures While Using Hand Grinders

Ergonomics for Concrete Hoses – Skidplates

Ergonomics for Concrete Masons – Spanish

Ergonomics for Concrete Masons – English

Silica Fact Sheet – English

Silica Fact Sheet – Spanish

OSHA Safety Programs – All

I will categorize these later – I promise – but for now – here are all of OSHA’s larger programs.  These include confined spaces, lockout tagout, etc.

Click links below for documents:

Training Requirements in OSHA Standards and Training Guidelines

Stairways and Ladders

Sling Safety


Safe Patient Handling – Preventing Musculoskeletal Disorders in Nursing Homes

Respiratory Protection – Small Entity Compliance Guide

Respiratory Protection – Assigned Protection Factors for the Revised Standard

Process Safety Management

Process Safety Management – Guidelines for Compliance

Portland Cement – Preventing Skin Problems

Personal Protective Equipment

Medical Records – Access to Medical and Exposure Records

Medical and Dental Offices – A Guide to Compliance with OSHA Standards

Lockout Tagout

Lead in Construction

Job Hazard Analysis

Heat Illness – Protecting Yourself in the Sun

Hearing Conservation

Fall Prevention – Training Guide – A Lesson Plan for Employers

Fall Prevention – Training Guide – A Lesson Plan for Employers – Spanish


Employers Rights and Responsibilities Following an OSHA Inspection

Emergency Response – Principal Emergency Response and Preparedness – Requirements and Guidelines

Emergency Response – Best Practices for Hospital Based First Receivers of Victims

Emergency Action PLans

Electrical Hazards – Controlling Electrical Hazards

Distracted Driving

Cranes and Derricks – Small Entity Compliance Guide

Construction Tunneling

Confined Spaces

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: