This is the map that is kept up to date for COVID-19 (sick map):
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has some nice posters/flyers that can be printed and handed out, or posted for employees and others to see. They are in various locations on their site, so I searched and THINK I have found them all. They are below:
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has a page of videos you can use for information and training. I could not download, so here is the link:
Additionally – they have a YouTube Channel with additional videos – Link is here:
Well as the the internet likes to say, ‘That Escalated Quickly.’
Below is a grouping of resources from OSHA and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). The CDC items are very good, and even include printable posters.
I will update the site as I find more stuff. For you in Europe or other places, feel free to comment on additional resources.
Good luck to everyone – wash those hands, clean surfaces – do the stuff listed below. Keep doing your good work.
Click links to download files:
OSHA has some great materials on working in residential construction. Guidance in this area is necessary, as most of the materials and training out there are for larger construction sites. OSHA is now focusing my more heavily on residential construction, so the materials below are quite necessary.
You know what to do (click):
Those of you who are in residential construction noted that when they updated the confined space entry standard a while back, it included residential construction. This industry had been somewhat overlooked by OSHA in the past. They have updated some of their materials to be more clear as to what is expected.
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Attached is a PDF with the new schedule for 2019, plus links for more information.
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Below is an OSHA 300, 300A, 301, log in Excel format. This one is especially nice as each different form is simply a new tab. Hence, easy to use and organize, and can even be imported into IOS or other formats.
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Since my cite is free, the number of hits really doesn’t mean much, besides a point of pride. That said, by the look of it, the site recently hit a milestone of 500,000 hits.
Seeing as extremely little content is produced by the site itself, it is nice to see that everyone is using this place as the library it was designed to be. I will start posting more, I promise. Some have asked for food safety, and I have had other requests as well.
It is nice to think that we have a worldwide army of safety people out there that are that are working for the safety of others. Of course, this is our career, so it isn’t 100% altruistic or anything (I avoid being sanctimonious), but when we do our job, people return home with all of their fingers and toes.
Thanks to all!
Always interesting when someone new discovers the site, and of course, when I see a spike in traffic that usually means a nation has discovered the site. Right now, it is South Africa.
Thank you, South Africa! Stay safe!