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.
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.
OSHA has two interesting presentations – The first is on WHY you need to have a safe resident handling program, and the second is implementing a safe resident handling program. For you consultant’s out there, the first can be used to sell the idea. Obviously most of us already realize it is important.