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200 Written OSHA Plans

September 1, 2013 Dave Weber No Comments
200 Written OSHA Plans

    In addition to having a comprehensive written workplace safety and health program,  OSHA also requires written safety plans for certain exposures.  For a listing of those OSHA standards that require a written plan, click here or here. Below are links to over 200 examples of subject-specific, written, workplace, safety and health plans. Many address […]

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26 Written Workplace Safety & Health (IIPP, I2P2) Programs

August 22, 2013 Dave Weber No Comments
26 Written Workplace Safety & Health (IIPP, I2P2) Programs

    Below are links to dozens of examples of comprehensive written workplace safety and health programs.  They are provided as guides to help you develop, implement and maintain your own program.   They are not intended to be adopted “as is”, nor do they assure compliance with any standards. It is recommended that all safety […]

27 Model Safety Programs By Industry

August 19, 2013 Dave Weber No Comments
27 Model Safety Programs By Industry

    The Washington State Department of Labor and Industries has 27 model safety program templates that you can download free by clicking here.  You will find model safety programs that cover the following industries: General industry Construction Agriculture Firefighters Logging Masonry Restaurants Logging Small business Haz com Confined space Respirators Hearing loss Outdoor heat exposure […]

How To Improve Your EH&S Program

August 16, 2013 Dave Weber No Comments
How To Improve Your EH&S Program

    Here’s a free nine-page white paper by Rockwell Automation entitled “Improving the Results of Your EH&S Program - Shifting focus from avoiding negative outcomes to achieving positive results“.  It offers practical and proven suggestions.  We liked it allot!   When buying safety products (or anything else) THANK YOU for using our links to Amazon.com  The use […]

Arc Flash Resources

May 31, 2013 Dave Weber No Comments
Arc Flash Resources

    Lots of companies are confused about how to comply with OSHA’s electric arc flash standards!  Some hire high priced consultants to help them develop their arc flash policies and procedures.   While I’m no arc flash expert, I have worked at companies where we developed our own arc flash programs in-house, without any outside assistance.  So far, each of these programs have passed OSHA’s scrutiny […]

Why Don’t Employees Like BBS Programs?

May 21, 2013 Dave Weber No Comments
Why Don’t Employees Like BBS Programs?

    Lately, much has been written about how employees dislike Behavior Based Safety (BBS) programs.  For those who are not familiar with BBS, it’s basically a program where workers are regularly “observed” while they are working in order to determine if they are following the prescribed safety procedures and work rules. The three main complaints I’ve heard from employees and unions about BBS have […]

What’s Status Of ISO’s International Safety Standard?

April 13, 2013 Dave Weber No Comments
What’s Status Of ISO’s International Safety Standard?

    I hear rumors about ISO possibly working on development of a new occupational health and safety management system (OHSMS) standard to replace OHSAS 18001.  I don’t follow this very closely myself, but Thea Dunmire does.  Here’s a link to her blog article entitled An ISO OHSMS Standard?   It will tell you where this new ISO initiative […]

Is Your Drivers’ MVR Policy This Good?

March 14, 2013 Dave Weber No Comments
Is Your Drivers’ MVR Policy This Good?

    Thirty nine percent of on-the-job fatalities occur while driving.  If your organization has employees who drive (either as their main job or as a part-time casual driver) you need to have a comprehensive drivers safety program. At the heart of every good drivers safety program is an MVR policy.  This policy addresses the required qualifications […]

The Best Defense Against OSHA

March 5, 2013 Dave Weber No Comments
The Best Defense Against OSHA

  – The best defense against an OSHA citation is “proper documentation”.  OSHA does not recognize that something occurred unless the employer can prove it through documentation.  The burden of proof is on the employer to prove that they were in compliance. What safety records should you keep?  When I was a corporate safety manager the following were the […]

76-Page Guideline On Workplace “Psychological” Health & Safety

February 10, 2013 Dave Weber No Comments
76-Page Guideline On Workplace “Psychological” Health & Safety

    The CSA Group in Canada recently published a unique and very progressive new safety guideline (voluntary standard) entitled CAN/CSA-Z1003-13/BNQ 9700-803/2013 – Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace – Prevention, Promotion, and Guidance to Staged Implementation.  It addresses an often overlooked aspect of workplace health and safety. “Key topics covered in the standard include: […]

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