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Mandatory Basic OSHA / Cal OSHA Written Safety Plan


An Injury and Illness Prevention Program is mandatory in many States!




Why do I need an Injury and Illness Prevention Program?


Both OSHA and Cal OSHA mandate that a business maintain a written record of all health and safety hazards in the workplace and the proper procedures to handle these hazards. OSHA / Cal OSHA recommend a written safety plan as the perfect means to meet these requirements. A written safety plan must be specific to the company and it's location, and address the safety standards for the company's industry classification.


A well designed Written Safety Plan will meet and exceed the OSHA and Cal OSHA Standards. OSHA and Cal OSHA mandate that every business has a Written Safety Plan, specific to the company and its location that addresses the safety standards for the company's industry classification. Employers are advised that in addition to the Injury and Illness Prevention Program for Safety, Health and Workplace Security your business must also have safety plans that address the standards that impact the operation of your business.



What are the benefits of a written safety plan?


A written safety plan assists in meeting your obligations under OSHA / Cal OSHA, and helps protect your business from costly fines and lawsuits.



How do I use my written safety plan?


Keep in mind, if your safety plan isn't in written form your company is not compliant! We provide your injury and illness prevention program as a series of printable PDF documents available for download from our IIPP Management Center. Once you have received your safety plan, please print out all the documents provided and make them available to all employees in your workplace.



How do I order?



  1. Purchase the Basic OSHA / Cal OSHA Written Safety Plan by adding it to your shopping cart

  2. We will mail you a DVD containing both the OSHA and Cal OSHA Written Safety Plans

  3. Businesses within California should use the Cal OSHA Written Safety Plan, while those businesses located outside of California should use the OSHA Written Safety Plan

  4. Your written safety plan will only be valid if it is printed out and the fields completed.
  5. The plan includes the 'Safety Plan Quick Guide' designed to get you up and running quickly.



What's included in the Written Safety Plan?





Contents of the CAL OSHA / OSHA-Business Disaster Recovery Safety Plan



  • SAFEGUARDING OUR BUSINESS

  • RECOVERY TEAM

  • INSURANCE POLICIES TO PROTECT OUR ASSESTS

  • BUSINESS CHAIN REACTION

  • EMERGENCY ACTION SAFETY PLAN

  • COMPUTER OPERATIONS

  • DAMAGE ASSESSMENT AND RELOCATION

  • PHYSICAL RESOURCES

  • EMPLOYEE RECOVERY FORM

  • BUSINESS SUPPLIERS/VENDORS FORM

  • BUSINESS KEY CONTACTS FORM

  • CRITICAL BUSINESS FUNCTIONS FORM

  • BUSINESS RECOVERY LOCATION FORM

  • BUSINESS VITAL RECORDS FORM

  • COMPUTER EQUIPMENT AND SOFTWARE FORM

  • CRITICAL TELEPHONE NUMBERS FORM

  • VOICE/DATA COMMUNICATION FORM

  • BUSINESS SUPPLY FORMS

  • EQUIPMENT/MACHINERY/VEHICLES FORM

  • DISASTER RESPONSE CHECKLIST FORM

  • SHELTER-IN-PLACE

  • ADDITIONAL BUSINESS RECOVERY RESOURCES


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Contents of the CAL OSHA / OSHA-IIPP-Safety & Health Plan


INJURY AND ILLNESS PREVENTION PROGRAM



  • RESPONSIBILITY

  • COMPLIANCE

  • COMMUNICATION

  • IDENTIFICATION, EVALUATION AND ABATEMENT OF WORKPLACE HAZARDS AND SAFE WORK PRACTICES

  • ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION

  • TRAINING

  • RECORD KEEPING

  • CODES OF SAFE PRACTICES

  • EMPLOYEE RIGHTS

  • EMPLOYEE RESPONSIBILITIES


SAFETY AND HEALTH PLAN



  • PURPOSES, MANAGEMENT, AND ACTION PLAN

  • PLAN/FORMS AND REVIEW/REVISION

  • RECORD REVIEW AND ACTION PLAN

  • SAFETY AND HEALTH PROGRAMS

  • DOCUMENTATION

  • SAFETY AND HEALTH TRAINING

  • SAFETY AND HEALTH COMMUNICATION

  • HAZARDOUS EQUIPMENT

  • HAZARDOUS ASSESSMENT & CONTROL

  • JOB HAZARDOUS IDENTIFICATION AND ANALYSIS PROCESS

  • CODES OF SAFE PRACTICES

  • ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION

  • CORRECTIVE ACTION

  • SAFETY INSPECTIONS AND AUDITS

  • EMERGENCY EVACUATION AND FIRE PROTECTION PLANS

  • SAFETY COMMITTEE

  • EMPLOYER POSTING SELF-AUDIT SAFETY QUESTIONS

  • MEDICAL SERVICES & FIRST AID SELF-AUDIT SAFETY QUESTIONS

  • INJURY AND ILLNESS PREVENTION PROGRAM SELF-AUDIT SAFETY QUESTIONS


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Contents of the CAL OSHA / OSHA-IIPP-Workplace Security Safety Plan



  • BACKGROUND INFORMATION

  • WORKPLACE VIOLENCE THREE STAGES

  • SYMPTOMS OF VIOLENT BEHAVIOR

  • LEVELS OF VIOLENT BEHAVIOR

  • WORKPLACE SECURITY SAFETY PLAN

  • COMPLIANCE

  • COMMUNICATION

  • HAZARD ASSESSMENT 18

  • HAZARD INSPECTIONS

  • INCIDENT INVESTIGATIONS

  • HAZARD CORRECTIONS

  • TRAINING AND INSTRUCTION

  • RECORD KEEPING

  • THREAT ASSESSMENT WORKPLACE SECURITY SAFETY PLAN FORM

  • HAZARD ASSESSMENTS AND INSPECTIONS

  • HAZARD CORRECTION WORKPLACE SECURITY SAFETY PLAN FORM


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Contents of the CAL OSHA / OSHA-Incidents & Investigation Safety Plan



  • INCIDENTS AND INVESTIGATION SAFETY PLAN

  • APPLICATIONS AND SCOPE

  • INCIDENTS OF OCCUPATIONAL INJURIES AND ILLNESSES

  • EVENTS AND NEAR MISSES

  • RESPONSIBILITIES

  • OFFICE OF HEALTH AND SAFETY

  • SUPERVISION

  • COMPANY PERSONNEL

  • INJURIES AND ILLNESSES EVENTS

  • RECORD KEEPING

  • INCIDENT INVESTIGATIONS

  • EMPLOYEES HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN

  • EMPLOYEES TRAINING

  • REVIEWS AND AUDIT

  • IMPLEMENTATION

  • FORMS 300 AND 301 - AN OVERVIEW

  • FORMS 300 AND 301 - AN OVERVIEW

  • SUPERVISOR'S REPORT OF ACCIDENT

  • ACCIDENT – EXPOSURE INVESTIGATION REPORT

  • EMPLOYEE'S REPORT OF ACCIDENT

  • RECORD KEEPING SELF-AUDIT SAFETY QUESTIONS

  • FORMS 300


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FBI Anthrax Poster


The FBI Anthrax Poster alerts employees to the signs of a a package potentially containing anthrax, and what steps to take when discovering a potentially hazardous package.


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Suspicious Mail Alert Poster


Distributed by the USPS, the Suspicious Mail Alert Poster provides information on how to spot a suspicious package, what steps to take when handling a suspicious package and what to do when a parcel is opened and a threat is identified.


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Safety Plans Quick Guide


This document outlines the steps the employer needs to take to prepare their written safety plan. The written safety plan requires the completion of certain information specific to the place of business. In addition, various steps need to be completed such as setting up a Safety Committee and making sure your employees sign off on your completed plan, acknowledging that the plan has been viewed.


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The Basic CAL OSHA Written Safety Plan meets entry level requirements for a written safety policy. Additional plans may be necessary depending on your industry type. See our Industry Specific Written Safety Plans.

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Returns

Should you find that you need to return your order to us, we have in place a 90 day return policy. Please return the product(s) to us in good, undamaged condition, and fit for resale. The credit card used to make the original purchase will be credited for the return. We will refund the cost of the product(s) 100% (excluding shipping and handling fees) . The customer is responsible for the cost of shipping the return.

Certain items are excluded from our return policy. They include:

  • Written Safety Plans. These products are customized to your business, and therefore cannot be returned or refunded.
  • Opened or partially used first aid supplies.

Refunds

We carry out a refund on your order within four weeks of receiving your package back to us. In most cases you will receive a refund much sooner, but we estimate four weeks because of the time required for return shipping (up to 14 days), and for your bank or credit card company to complete the refund. In the event your return request is made beyond 30 days of the purchase date, we will issue a refund via check. We will notify you via email with the details of your refund, and issue your refund in the form of payment used to make your purchase.

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101 - Injury and Illness Prevention Program - Workplace Security Plan

What does this plan provide for me?

This plan provides the guidelines for controls and procedures for the employee to handle potentially dangerous situations in the following areas: symptoms of violent behavior, levels of violent behavior, workplace security plan, compliance and communication, hazard assessment and inspections, incident investigations, hazard corrections, training and instruction, and record keeping. This Workplace Security Plan lists the symptoms associated with violent behavior. The Company will evaluate for Workplace Security Plan hazard assessments and inspections that include threats and physical injury to any employee. The Injury and Illness Prevention Program - Workplace Security Plan provides material for continuing employee workplace security training.

100 - Injury and Illness Prevention Program - Safety and Health Plan

What does this plan provide for me?

This plan provides the guidelines for controls and procedures for the following safety and health areas: codes of safe practices, employee rights, employee responsibilities, record review and action plan, documentation, hazardous equipment, hazardous assessment & control, job hazardous identification, accident investigation and analysis process, corrective action, safety inspections and audits, emergency evacuation and fire protection, record keeping and the establishment of a safety committee. The Injury and Illness Prevention Program - Safety and Health Plan provides material for continuing employee safety and health training.

102 - Fire Safety & Evacuation Plan

What does this plan provide for me?

This plans provides the guidelines for controls and procedures for the following regulations: fire prevention plan, fire exits, fire, extinguisher maintenance, emergency fire evacuation plan, employee training, flammable and combustible materials, purchase of fire extinguishers, emergencies involving fire, evacuation routes and plans, the assignment of emergency coordinators, and the development of an emergency contingency plan after the emergency has occurred. The Fire Safety & Evacuation Plan provides material for continuing employee fire safety and evacuation training.

104 - Chemical Safety Plan

What does this plan provide for me?

This plan provides information to employees about the hazardous chemicals that employees will be exposed to, chemical product labels and other forms of warning, material safety data sheets related to the chemicals, appropriate training, and a written list of all the Federal Chemical regulated substances. The Chemical Safety Plan provides material for continuing employee chemical safety training.

105 - Ergonomic Safety Plan

What does this plan provide for me?

This Plan speaks to jobs where there are work related muscular skeletal disorder hazards. The purpose of this plan is to effectively eliminate or control Work [related] Muscular Skeletal Disorders [WMSD] and hazards by providing management leadership and employee involvement in the identification and resolution of hazards and by providing training, medical management and evaluation as an on-going business practice. The Ergonomic Plan provides material for continuing employee ergonomic safety training.

106 - Employee Safety & Health Plan

What does this plan provide for me?

This plan covers the OSHA safety and health requirements for all employees. The employee`s safety and health is uppermost in the minds of management, supervision and all the other employees. Injury prevention is the responsibility of everyone, and all employees will become thoroughly knowledgeable with and observe all safety practices. Employee cooperation in accident prevention will mean that employment with The Company will be safe. The Employee Safety and Health Plan provides material for continuing employee safety and health training.

107 - OSHA Self Audit/Safety Inspection Report

What does this plan provide for me?

This plan provides the guidelines on the areas that are covered during an OSHA Inspection. This OSHA Inspection Report helps The Safety and Health Manager review The Company's workplace implementation of their various safety and health plans. The OSHA Inspection Report provides material for continuing employee OSHA inspection training.

108 - Office Safety Plan

What does this plan provide for me?

This plan provides guidelines for all work performed in The Company offices and administrative areas. This plan exists to minimize or eliminate office hazards by designing jobs and workplaces properly, and by taking into account differences among tasks and individuals. The Office Safety Plan provides material for continuing employee office safety training.

109 - Incidents & Investigation Safety Plan

What does this plan provide for me?

This plan provides guidelines on the reporting and record keeping of all incidents [accidents resulting in injury or causing illness to Company employees and events [near-miss accidents]. This plan also includes the new Record Keeping guidelines and 300 Forms. This information is reported to OSHA in order to establish a written record of factors that cause injuries and illnesses, maintain a capability to promptly investigate incidents and events in order to initiate and support corrective and/or preventive action, and provide statistical information for use in analyzing all phases of incidents and events. The Incidents and Investigation Plan provides material for continuing employee incidents and investigation training.

300 - Lockout Tagout Safety Plan

What does this plan provide for me?

The plan provides the guidelines to control energy sources that could cause injury to personnel from unexpected energy or release of stored energy while undergoing activities such as, but not limited to installing, constructing, repairing adjusting, inspecting or maintaining a piece of equipment. The requirements for this plan is to control the positive isolation of the energy sources away from the equipment and/or processes it would energize. The Lockout and Tagout Plan provides material for continuing employee lockout and tagout safety training.

301 - Bloodborne Pathogens Safety Plan

What does this plan provide for me?

This plan provides guidelines for isolating or removing a bloodborne pathogens hazard from the work environment. The term bloodborne pathogens means pathogenic microorganisms that are present in human blood and can cause disease in humans. These pathogens include, but are not limited to, hepatitis B virus [HBV] and human immunodeficiency virus [HIV]. Procedures for work practice controls are provided to eliminate or minimize employee exposure. The Bloodborne Pathogens Plan provides material for continuing employee bloodborne pathogens safety training.

302 - Sexual Harassment Safety Plan

What does this plan provide for me?

The Fair Employment and Housing Act [FEHA] defines sexual harassment as harassment based on sex or of a sexual nature; gender harassment; and harassment based on pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions. The Sexual Harassment Safety Plan provides the employer with the regulations and guidelines that defines sexual harassment as unwanted sexual advances or visual, verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature. This is a very difficult topic for both employers and employees to understand and implement. The plan details the role management, investigation protocol, supervisory training, standard of liability, and both complaint and dismissal procedures.

304 - Business Disaster Recovery Safety Plan

What does this plan provide for me?

It is critically important that every business protects their base assets with adequate insurance for the place of business, contents and inventory, and/or production processes. The Business Recovery Safety Plan gives a business a complete plan for the preparation and establishment of a business recovery team, and the development of a disaster plan that relates to all business practices. This plan clearly details the steps to follow in order to continue the business after experiencing a disaster that will impact how the business will function in the future. The emphasis is on preparation, prevention and to minimize the loss of vital business information.

306 - Machinery Safety Plan

What does this plan provide for me?

This plan provides guidelines for machinery safety for all machines that present a potential employee hazard. Motion hazards, such as rotating devices, cutting or shearing blades, in-running nip points, reciprocating parts, linear moving belts and pulleys, meshing gears, and uncontrolled movement of failing parts, are examples of motion and peculiar to any one machine or job operation. Individually owned machinery safety is covered in their respective accompanying machine manuals and are not part of this plan. The Machinery Safety Plan provides guidelines and material for continuing employee machinery safety training.

308 - Personal Protective Equipment Safety Plan

What does this plan provide for me?

This plan provides the guidelines for protecting employees against hazards, processes or environmental and general working conditions, including chemical hazards, radiological hazards, or mechanical irritants that are encountered in a manner capable of causing injury or impairment through absorption, inhalation, or physical contact. The Personal Protective Equipment Plan provides material for teaching employees how to choose and use personal protective equipment training.

309 - Respiratory Protection Safety Plan

What does this plan provide for me?

This plan provides guidelines for all employees to be protected from exposure to airborne radioactive, chemical, or biological contamination by providing appropriate respiratory protection. The procedures described in this plan will be adopted by The Company. The Respiratory Protection Plan provides material for continuing employee respiratory protection training.

310 - Vehicle Operation Safety Plan

What does this plan provide for me?

This plan provides the guidelines for all vehicles [automobiles, delivery vehicles, trucks, forklifts, tractors, loaders, backhoes, bobcats, mowers, etc.] that are to be operated in a safe manner consistent with local, state and federal laws. All accidents will be reported promptly according to the outlined procedures. Personnel permitted to drive vehicles will demonstrate the knowledge and ability to operate the equipment safely to the satisfaction of a qualified examiner. The Vehicle Operation Plan provides material for continuing employee safety vehicle training.

315 - Housekeeping & Materials Storage Safety Plan

What does this plan provide for me?

This plan provides guidelines for general cleanliness, storage and housekeeping. Good housekeeping efforts are a part of The Company's fire prevention and accident prevention program. This plan describes guidelines for monitoring housekeeping as part of the facility safety inspection procedures, noting of hazards or areas of non-compliance, initiating clean-up procedures and providing follow-up. The Housekeeping and Materials Storage Plan provides material for continuing employee safety training.

318 - General Shop & Work Area Safety Plan

What does this plan provide for me?

The plan provides the guidelines in the use of general shop machines, fixed and portable power tools, and other hand held equipment so that all employees using such equipment will be protected against personal injury. This plan will help institute practices that will minimize the danger of injury to employees. The General Shop & Work Area Safety Plan provides material for continuing employee safety training.

320 - Hazardous Waste Safety Plan

What does this plan provide for me?

This plan provides the guidelines for the clean-up operations procedures involving hazardous substances at either controlled or uncontrolled hazardous waste sites. This plan details emergency response operations for releases of any hazardous substances without regard to the location of the hazard. The plan provides procedures for the disposal of generated hazardous chemical wastes. The Hazardous Waste Operations Plan provides material for continuing employee safety training.

321 - Ladder Safety Plan

What does this plan provide for me?

This plan provides the guidelines for the proper selection, inspection, use and storage of ladders. Improper use of ladders has caused a large percentage of accidents in the workplace. Ladders present many opportunities for unsafe acts and unsafe conditions. The Ladder Safety Plan provides material for continuing employee ladder safety training.

330 - Heat Stress Safety Plan

What does this plan provide for me?

This plan describes how the body reacts to excessive heat in the workplace environment. The plan explains the different heat related safety problems and solutions to help the employee from experiencing heat stress reactions.

332 - General Industry Slips, Trips & Falls Safety Plan

What does this plan provide for me?

This plan provides the guidelines for many situations that may cause slips, trips, and falls. These include but are not limited to conditions such as ice, wet spots, grease, polished floors, loose flooring or carpeting, uneven walking surfaces, clutter, electrical cords, emptying trash, open desk drawers and filing cabinets, damaged ladder steps, carrying trays or bins of dirty dishes and numerous walkway and/or corridor obstructions.

351 - Electrical Safety Plan

What does this plan provide for me?

This plan explains the guidelines for all electrical work to be conducted in a manner consistent with existing regulations and with good standard practices. Because electrical work has the potential for personnel electrocution, potential as an ignition source for causing fire or explosion, and the potential hazard of catastrophic property damage this plan applies to all industries that use electrical equipment. The Electrical Safety Plan provides material for continuing employee electrical safety training.

355 - Portable Sanitation Safety Plan

What does this plan provide for me?

This plan explains the guidelines for a business that needs to provide portable sanitation to their employees while on a job site or out in the field. A portable sanitation room includes, butare not limited to, first aid or medical rooms, toilet rooms, change rooms, washrooms, shower rooms, kitchedns and lunchrooms. The Portable Sanitation Plan provides material for continuing employee safety training.

368 - Pesticide Safety Plan

What does this plan provide for me?

This plan provides the guidelines to ensure that the hazards of all pesticide chemicals produced or imported are evaluated, and that information concerning the use and hazards of these chemicals is transmitted to employers and employees. A comprehensive hazard communication program, that includes container labeling and other forms of warning, material safety data sheets and employee training accomplish the transmittal of information. The Pesticide Safety Plan provides material for continuing employee pesticide safety training.

369 - OSHA Safety Forms Kit/Package

What does this plan provide for me?

This package provides the written forms necessary to record the data pertaining to employee training, guidelines and procedures. This OSHA Forms Kit/Package relates to all of the Plans offered by OSHA Fast Fix.

400 - Injury and Illness Prevention Program - Certified for CA SB 228

What does this plan provide for me?

This Injury and Illness Prevention Program - Certified for California as mandated by SB 228 helps the employer establish, implement and maintain and effective injury prevention program. The following safety and health areas covered are: codes of safe practices, employee rights, employee responsibilities, record review and action plan, documentation, hazardous equipment, hazardous assessment & control, job hazardous identification, accident investigation and analysis process, corrective action, safety inspections and audits, emergency evacuation and fire protection, record keeping and the establishment of a safety committee. The Workplace Security Plan portion of the Injury and Illness Prevention Program provides guidelines for controls and procedures for the employee to handle potentially dangerous situations in the following areas: symptoms of violent behavior, levels of violent behavior, workplace security plan, compliance and communication, hazard assessment and inspections, inc.

311 - Welding Safety Plan

What does this plan provide for me?

This plan provides guidelines for the establishment of areas for cutting and welding. All cutters or welders and their supervisors will be trained in the safe operation of their equipment and the safe use of the welding processes by the material provided in the Welding Safety Plan. The Welding Safety Plan provides material for continuing employee welding safety training.

312 - Hearing Conservation Safety Plan

What does this plan provide for me?

This plan provides guidelines for noise-induced hearing loss. It provides procedures for engineering controls such as ear mufflers to earplugs. This plan explains that employees will be given the opportunity to select hearing protective devices from a variety of suitable ones provided by the Safety and Health Manager. Area noise monitoring will be conducted by the Safety and Health Manager using a sound level meter to determine the need for employee monitoring or engineering controls. The Hearing Conservation Plan provides material for continuing employee hearing conservation safety training.

319 - Flammable Liquid Safety Plan

What does this plan provide for me?

This plan provides the guidelines for the proper storage and use of flammable liquids minimizing the possibility of accidental fires and injury to employees, and risk to life and property. The Flammable Liquid Plan provides material for continuing employee flammable liquid employee safety training.

352 - Crane and Hoist Safety Plan

What does this plan provide for me?

This plan provides the guidelines for the safe operation of many types of cranes, hoists, and rigging devices are used for lifting and moving materials whether mobile or installed in or attached to buildings. Only qualified and licensed individuals will operate these devices, including employees, supplemental labor, and subcontractor personnel. The Crane and Hoist Safety Plan provides material for continuing employee crane and hoist safety training.

354 - Confined Space Safety Plan

What does this plan provide for me?

This plan provides the guidelines that protect the health and welfare of all employees whose work assignments will require entering or working in permit-required confined spaces. Sample permits are included. The Confined Space Plan provides material for continuing employee training of selected persons to carry out confined space work.

314 - Food Service Safety Plan

What does this plan provide for me?

This plan provides the guidelines to ensure that proper safety procedures are implemented to prevent food borne illnesses and injuries to both employees and customers. Attention throughout the entire food production process results in steps to reduce bacteria or other microorganisms that are the cause of most food borne illnesses. The Food Service Plan provides material for continuing employee safety training.

316 - Refrigeration & A/C Maintenance Safety Plan

What does this plan provide for me?

This plan gives air-conditioning maintenance and refrigeration personnel guidelines to perform duties in many different locations and environments. Not only will these employees be aware of the hazards of the tasks they are performing, but also tasks being performed around them. Potential hazards include hazardous noise, and electrical hazards. The Refrigeration & A/C Maintenance Plan provides material for continuing employee safety training.

317 - Restaurant Self Audit/Safety Inspection Report

What does this plan provide for me?

This plan checklist provides guidelines for periodic reviews of the restaurant's operation. This checklist assists in maintaining the highest of restaurant standards. The Restaurant Inspection Plan provides material for restaurant inspection training.

324 - Corridors & Walkways Safety Plan

What does this plan provide for me?

This plan provides guidelines that ensure that corridors in all buildings and outside walkways be maintained in such a manner that they are free of obstructions. The plan provides the procedures for the fire codes and building regulations and established requirements for safe and adequate means of egress from buildings during emergencies. The Corridors and Walkways Plan provides material for continuing employee landscape and grounds maintenance safety training.

356 - Forklift & Industrial Truck Safety Plan

What does this plan provide for me?

This plan provides guidelines and procedures for employees that are required to operate a powered industrial truck and/or forklift. These employees will be trained to operate the equipment. Powered industrial trucks are defined as forklifts, platform lift trucks, power sweepers, motorized pallet jacks and all other motorized vehicles. A licensed instructor must certify all drivers before they are allowed to use these vehicles. The Forklift and Industrial Truck Plan provides material for continuing employee forklift and industrial truck safety training.

322 - Landscape & Grounds Maintenance Safety Plan

What does this plan provide for me?

This plan provides landscape and grounds maintenance guidelines involving the use of various sizes and types of lawnmowers, grass/weed cutting tools, hedgers, hedge clippers and other hand tools. The most significant dangers are blade injuries or a foreign object thrown by the high-speed blades, and noise-inducted hearing loss. The Landscape and Grounds Maintenance Plan provides material for continuing employee landscape and grounds maintenance safety training.

361 - Heating & Boiler Maintenance Safety Plan

What does this plan provide for me?

This plan provides the guidelines for written operating procedures and detailed checklists for operator guidance for heating boiler maintenance. It is important that all functions be included, whether manual or automatic. The objectives of safe boiler operations are standardized routine operation procedures for normal start-up and on-line operation. The Heating and Boiler Maintenance Plan provides material for continuing employee heating and boiler maintenance safety training.

350 - Painting Operations Safety Plan

What does this plan provide for me?

This plan addresses the problems that painting and paint removal hazards present and the required effective controls. Hazards include exposure to toxic materials and flammable or explosive mists, particulates, and vapors. Guidelines are provided for the use of appropriate work procedures, controls, facility design, protective clothing, and equipment can control potential physical and health hazards. The Painting Operations Plan provides material for continuing employee safety training.

326 - Tuberculosis Safety Plan

What does this plan provide for me?

This plan provides guidelines for employers to protect employees that are at risk of exposure in the course of their work with patients with active TB disease or perform procedures that expose them to airborne concentrations of M. tuberculosis. These occupational groups are at greatest risk of contracting TB on the job: health care, nursing homes, homeless shelters, hospices, correctional facilities, laboratories, physicians` offices, police and public safety. Tuberculosis is a well-recognized occupational hazard. The Exposure to Tuberculosis Plan provides material for continuing employee safety training.

327 - Needlestick and Sharps Safety Plan

What does this plan provide for me?

This plan defines the use any object used or encountered in any industry that can be reasonably anticipated to penetrate the skin or any other part of the body, and results in an exposure incident, including, but not limited to, needle devices, scalpels, lancets, broken glass, broken capillary tubes, exposed ends of razors, dental wires and dental knives, and drills. Guidelines and procedures are detailed in the use, tracking and disposal of these devices. The Needle Stick/Sharps Plan provides material for continuing employee injury and safety training.

329 - Bloodborne Pathogens Safety Plan - Medical

What does this plan provide for me?

The term Bloodborne Pathogens means pathogenic microorganisms that are present in human blood and can cause disease in humans. These pathogens include, but are not limited to, hepatitis B virus [HBV] and human immunodeficiency virus [HIV]. This plan provides guidelines that helps isolate or remove the bloodborne pathogens hazard from the work environment. Procedures for work practice controls are provided to eliminate or minimize employee exposure. The medical component in this plan includes information for hospitals, medical and dental clinics, skilled nursing facilities, laboratories, and any institutions that provide direct patient care and/or medical research. The Bloodborne Pathogens Plan/Medical provides material for continuing employee bloodborne pathogens safety training.

340 - Eyewash Station Safety Plan

What does this plan provide for me?

This plan provides guidelines to ensure that where the eyes or body of any employee may be exposed to injurious corrosive materials, suitable facilities for quick drenching or flushing of the eyes and body will be provided within the work area for immediate emergency use. This plan also provides general emergency eyewash device information for using eyewash devices, including the reasons why companies with eye hazards [vapors, chemicals or particulates] require them. The Eye Wash Station Plan provides material for continuing employee safety training.