OSHA Compliance Assistance Tools

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So if you have no clue, or need a guide on what OSHA actually wants, they have these nifty tools that can help.  These cover General Industry, Construction, and Healthcare.  Being OSHA compliant is not the ‘end all’ (remember, OSHA is the minimum you should do), but it is a good place to start.

You know what to do:

General Industry

Construction

Healthcare

 

OSHA Trainers – Free General Industry Presentations and Guides

As with the construction programs, these are by OSHA so a little dry in their set up, but nice in that they can be used as a ‘start’ on creating your own programs.

Click links below for documents:

Bloodborne

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Electrical

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Flammables

Intro to OSHA, plus handouts are on this link:

https://safetyresourcesblog.com/2014/08/31/osha-10-hour-trainers-look-here-free-stuff/

Most Frequently Cited Standards – From OSHA – Free PowerPoint Presentations

These are PowerPoint presentations concerning the most frequently cited standards by OSHA.  There are three good things about these – first, they are as of 2013, so up to date.  Second, they break down citations by each sub part, so this is applicable to anyone.  Third, there are three presentations, broken down by construction, general industry, and maritime – so factory workers do not need to know about scaffolds, for example.

Click links below for documents:

Most Frequently Cited – Construction

Most Frequently Cited – General Industry

Most Frequently Cited – Maritime