Used in conjunction with the OSHA regulations, this publication serves as an effective guide to implementing safety and health requirements in your workplace
OSHA Compliance for General Industry belongs in every safety professional’s reference library. Developed by our team of regulatory experts, it doesn’t just state what OSHA’s requirements are but explains, in plain language, how to comply with them.
This OSHA compliance manual also includes J. J. Keller® ez Explanations™ summaries and FAQs to assist with quick understanding and implementation of key regulatory topics, plus written safety plans that can be completed easily by adding in workplace-specific information — a huge time savings!
Used in conjunction with the OSHA regulations, this publication serves as an effective guide to implementing safety and health requirements in your workplace.
Our OSHA Compliance for General Industry manual will assist you in your roadmap to getting started with OSHA compliance.
- Determine which specific OSHA regulations you must comply with
- Determine which written plans you must have
- Determine OSHA training requirements
- Determine OSHA inspection requirements
- Survey workers on safety and compliance needs
- Set up an incident investigation protocol with a focus on root-cause analysis
- Implement a safety committee with representation from all areas of the operations
- Document injuries and illnesses (unless you are exempt) on OSHA recordkeeping forms
- Aerial lifts
- Bloodborne pathogens
- Chemicals and hazardous substances
- Emergency planning/response
- Hand/power tools
- Hazard communication
- Machine guarding
- Overhead cranes
- Permit-required confined spaces
- Personal protective equipment (PPE)
- Powered industrial trucks
- Walking-working surfaces
Bonus section includes information on how to get started with OSHA Compliance for safety professionals new to their role.
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||Compliance Point — A portion of a regulation often misunderstood or missed.
||Did You Know? — Facts and insights that facilitate understanding of key topics.
||Caution — Information on how to minimize risk, or avoid danger or damage.
||Historical Note — Background or historical information on a requirement.
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