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Regulatory Analysis
We are continually updating our state and national regulatory analysis to help you keep up with the changing regs. See the updated section on the What's New page to find all of the topics.
New Documents
PowerPoints:
Every year thousands of workers are injured in forklift accidents. Injuries are often serious and can be disabling. Sometimes workers are killed. A large percentage of those injured are pedestrians—employees working or walking in areas where forklifts operate. Use this PowerPoint presentation to train your workers on pedestrian safety around forklifts.
Speaker's Notes:
Every year thousands of workers are injured in forklift accidents. Injuries are often serious and can be disabling. Sometimes workers are killed. A large percentage of those injured are pedestrians—employees working or walking in areas where forklifts operate. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Forklifts and Pedestrian Safety PowerPoint presentation.
Guidance Documents:
Download this OSHA Fact Sheet to help you prepare your workplace emergency response plan and train workers to handle emergencies before they arise.
Questions & Answers:
An (M)SDS is required for any hazardous chemical (i.e., flammable, corrosive, cancer-causing, etc.) in the workplace to which employees would normally be exposed under normal conditions or in a foreseeable emergency.
Employee Newsletters:
This month's issue features tips for workplace fire prevention, healthy vision information in honor of Workplace Eye Wellness Month, and the latest figures on costly work-related injuries from the Liberty Mutual Workplace Safety Index.
PowerPoints:
In good economic times and bad, maintaining healthy finances is important to us all. Like physical wellness, financial wellness is essential for a good life. That's why your employees need to learn about what financial wellness actually is and how to achieve it.
Speaker's Notes:
In good economic times and bad, maintaining healthy finances is important to us all. Like physical wellness, financial wellness is essential for a good life. That's why your employees need to learn about what financial wellness actually is and how to achieve it. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Financial Wellness PowerPoint presentation.
Operating a forklift is a big responsibility, and it's one that requires you to pay attention to safety at all times. Forklifts are very useful for handling heavy materials, but remember that they are powerful machines that can be extremely dangerous if operated incorrectly. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Spanish Forklift Operator Safety PowerPoint presentation.
PowerPoints:
Operating a forklift is a big responsibility, and it's one that requires you to pay attention to safety at all times. Forklifts are very useful for handling heavy materials, but remember that they are powerful machines that can be extremely dangerous if operated incorrectly.
This training session will discuss the hazards of electricity and how to prevent exposure to electrical hazards. By the end of the training session, you will be able to understand the hazards of electricity, identify and avoid common electrical hazards, and follow safe work practices around electrical equipment. Use this PowerPoint presentation to train your workers on electrical safety.
Speaker's Notes:
This training session will discuss the hazards of electricity and how to prevent exposure to electrical hazards. By the end of the training session, you will be able to understand the hazards of electricity, identify and avoid common electrical hazards, and follow safe work practices around electrical equipment. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Electrical Safety - Unqualified Worker PowerPoint presentation.
PowerPoints:
Use this Ergonomics - Industrial PowerPoint presentation to train your workers on ergonomics. This session will look at some of the basic principles of ergonomics so that you can use a commonsense approach to working safely. In particular, the information presented here will focus on musculoskeletal disorders, or MSDs, and how ergonomics helps prevent them.
Speaker's Notes:
This session will look at some of the basic principles of ergonomics so that you can use a commonsense approach to working safely. In particular, the information presented here will focus on musculoskeletal disorders, or MSDs, and how ergonomics helps prevent them. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Ergonomics - Industrial PowerPoint presentation.
PowerPoints:
By the end of the training session, your workers will be able to identify the potential work areas and activities that could cause injury to their eyes; understand how to prevent those injuries; use, maintain, and inspect protective eyewear; and use appropriate first aid for emergencies.
Speaker's Notes:
By the end of the training session, your workers will be able to identify the potential work areas and activities that could cause injury to their eyes; understand how to prevent those injuries; use, maintain, and inspect protective eyewear; and use appropriate first aid for emergencies. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Eye Protection PowerPoint presentation.
This PowerPoint training presentation will explain how to set up and maintain exit routes, implement the requirements of the facility Emergency Action Plan, recognize alarm signals, and implement evacuation procedures. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Exit Routes - Supervisors PowerPoint presentation.
PowerPoints:
This PowerPoint training presentation will explain how to set up and maintain exit routes, implement the requirements of the facility Emergency Action Plan, recognize alarm signals, and implement evacuation procedures. Use this PowerPoint presentation to train your workers on exit routes.
Speaker's Notes:
Most workplace fires start as small fires that could be safely and quickly extinguished. Immediate response is required by trained employees in order to control the fire and prevent it from becoming a large, out-of-control fire. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Fire Extinguishers PowerPoint presentation.
PowerPoints:
Most workplace fires start as small fires that could be safely and quickly extinguished. Immediate response is required by trained employees in order to control the fire and prevent it from becoming a large, out-of-control fire.
Speaker's Notes:
Truck drivers have more nonfatal injuries than workers in any other occupation. Half of the nonfatal CMV driver injuries are serious sprains and strains, and the other injuries are bruises, fractures, cuts and lacerations, soreness, and multiple trauma. This training session on defensive driving has been designed for drivers of Commercial Motor Vehicles. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Defensive Driving--Commercial Motor Vehicles PowerPoint presentation.
PowerPoints:
Truck drivers have more nonfatal injuries than workers in any other occupation. Half of the nonfatal CMV driver injuries are serious sprains and strains, and the other injuries are bruises, fractures, cuts and lacerations, soreness, and multiple trauma. This training session on defensive driving has been designed for drivers of Commercial Motor Vehicles.
Speaker's Notes:
This training session on defensive driving has been designed for drivers of Commercial Motor Vehicles (CMVs). In one recent year, there were 4,986 CMV-related fatalities, and only 14 percent of these fatalities occurred to the truck occupants. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Spanish Defensive Driving--Commercial Motor Vehicles PowerPoint presentation.
PowerPoints:
This training session on defensive driving has been designed for drivers of Commercial Motor Vehicles (CMVs). In one recent year, there were 4,986 CMV-related fatalities, and only 14 percent of these fatalities occurred to the truck occupants. Use this Spanish PowerPoint presentation to train your workers on commercial driver safety.
Speaker's Notes:
Use these DOT Alcohol and Drug Testing Rules speaker's notes to train your supervisors how to identify and address alcohol and substance abuse among drivers and understand what DOT rules require them to do.
PowerPoints:
Use this DOT Alcohol and Drug Testing Rules PowerPoint presentation to help your supervisors identify and address alcohol and substance abuse among drivers and understand what DOT rules require them to do. The presentation runs approximately 21 minutes and does not replace the DOT-required two-hour training for supervisors.
Training Tips:
If you allow workers to use portable heaters in their workspaces, you need to train those workers on how to use their heaters safely. But even if you don’t, providing them with the brief tips in today’s Training Tip will let them know you care about their safety on and off the job.
Proposed Rules:
ACCSH will hold a special meeting March 31-April 1, 2015, in Washington, DC, to consider a proposed rule to revise OSHA's crane operator qualification requirement in the Cranes and Derricks in Construction standard.
Questions & Answers:
Currently, 29 CFR 1910.178 does not contain requirements for the use of operator restraint systems. However, Section 5(a)(1) of the OSH Act (General Duty Clause) requires employers to protect employees from serious and recognized hazards. OSHA’s enforcement policy on the use of seat belts on forklifts is that employers are obligated to require operators of powered industrial trucks that are equipped with operator restraint devices, including seat belts, to use the devices.
You must report a fatality to OSHA if the fatality occurs within 30 days of the work-related incident. You must report the fatality within 8 hours after you learn of the fatality. It must also be recorded on your OSHA 300 forms.
White Papers:
Employee engagement is a popular theme with businesses these days. But when it comes to its role in worker protection, engagement is more than a buzzword. Done right, it’s a powerful tool to energize your safety and health process, boost productivity, and reduce injury-related costs. In this Compliance Report, we present views on and approaches to employee engagement from a variety of perspectives.
Questions & Answers:
First aid supplies are required to be readily available under 29 CFR 1910.151(b). In Appendix A (nonmandatory), OSHA recommends using the American National Standard (ANSI) Z308.1-1998 “Minimum Requirements for Workplace First-aid Kits” for minimum contents for generic first aid kits.
Guidance Documents:
This guide offers six steps to help you develop a comprehensive, OSHA-compliant training program at your facility and provides links to the essential BLR resources you need to complete each step.
Policies:
This document discusses the importance of developing strong safety policies at your facility, provides tips for writing effective policies, and explains how to use BLR's customizable safety policies at your facility.
Questions & Answers:
According to OSHA's rule for pulp, paperboard, and paper mills, the hazard of the nip points on all calender rolls shall be eliminated or minimized by means of an effective barrier device, or by feeding the paper into the rolls by means of a rope carrier, air jets, or hand feeding devices.
White Papers:
Is your workforce ailing? Maybe one employee who’s out hurt his back cleaning gutters at home, and another is out on a workers’ compensation claim after slipping in mud. It would be good to have them back on the payroll doing something productive, but their doctors haven’t yet cleared them to return to their regular duties. You may be able to get them back to work sooner, though—if you put an effective light-duty return-to-work program in place.
Guidance Documents:
This card provides a list of safe driving practices for employees to follow.
Questions & Answers:
It is up to the employer to conduct a hazard assessment to determine whether guards and/or PPE are necessary. The results of the hazard assessment will identify the potential for wheel breakage and whether the wheels have cutting-type components, which will require guards. However, no potential for wheel breakage and non-cutting type abrasive components could mean no guards required, but that will depend on the results of the hazard assessment. You will want to document the results of the hazard assessment and show them to an OSHA inspector if there is an inspection as documentation if there are no guards for the polishing/buffing wheels.
Policies:
This sample safety Accidents policy “Accident Report - Progressive Policy (Word)” can be used in an employee handbook or as a standalone policy addressing safety administration issues in the workplace. Download this Accidents sample policy to your computer or print it out.
Speaker's Notes:
Whether you drive on the job or just commute to work by car, you're in danger on the road unless you drive defensively. Motor vehicle accidents are the number one cause of accidental death in the United States. They are also the number one cause of work-related fatalities. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Spanish Defensive Driving for Noncommercial Motorists PowerPoint presentation.
PowerPoints:
Whether you drive on the job or just commute to work by car, you're in danger on the road unless you drive defensively. Motor vehicle accidents are the number one cause of accidental death in the United States. They are also the number one cause of work-related fatalities. Use this Spanish Defensive Driving for Noncommercial Motorists PowerPoint presentation to train your workers on driving safely.
Speaker's Notes:
Whether you drive on the job or just commute to work by car, you're in danger on the road unless you drive defensively. Motor vehicle accidents are the number one cause of accidental death in the United States. They are also the number one cause of work-related fatalities. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the "Defensive Driving for Noncommercial Motorists" PowerPoint presentation.
PowerPoints:
Whether you drive on the job or just commute to work by car, you're in danger on the road unless you drive defensively. Motor vehicle accidents are the number one cause of accidental death in the United States. They are also the number one cause of work-related fatalities. Use this PowerPoint presentation to train your workers on driving safely.
Cranes and derricks are routinely used at many construction sites across all major industries to lift and move materials. Many accidents involving cranes are caused by failures of rigging and rigging hardware. This is why crane riggers need thorough training in the basics of crane operations and the safe use of crane rigging equipment, including inspection and maintenance of equipment. Use this PowerPoint presentation to train your workers on cranes and derricks.
Speaker's Notes:
Cranes and derricks are routinely used at many construction sites across all major industries to lift and move materials. Many accidents involving cranes are caused by failures of rigging and rigging hardware. This is why crane riggers need thorough training in the basics of crane operations and the safe use of crane rigging equipment, including inspection and maintenance of equipment. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Crane Rigging in Construction PowerPoint presentation.
Training Tips:
As you prepare your safety training program for the rest of 2015, check out the information in today’s Training Tip from a new white paper put out by the Red Cross that details the benefits of blended learning in safety training.
Final Rules:
The Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration has extended for modes of transportation other than air the mandatory compliance date of a final rule published on August 6, 2014, under Docket No. HM-224F from February 6, 2015, until August 7, 2015.
White Papers:
Employers have long known that high levels of workplace noise pose a risk of noise-induced hearing loss for workers. Recent research has also linked chronic exposure to occupational noise with sleep disorders and poor job performance as well as increased risk of high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, and benign tumors along the vestibular cochlear nerve. Now there's even more bad news for employers with noisy operations.
Quizzes:
This session is intended for any employee who is likely to be exposed to potentially infectious bodily fluids, such as first-aid responders, janitorial staff, maintenance personnel, and personnel assigned to clean up after an industrial accident. Use this quiz to accompany the Bloodborne Pathogens - General PowerPoint presentation.
Speaker's Notes:
Since 1990, OSHA has required facilities engaged in the use of chemicals in a laboratory to develop and implement a written chemical hygiene plan (CHP). Recent regulatory changes to the hazard communication standard, which will require a CHP to address and include the new changes, are key developments EHS managers need to keep up with. In this webinar, you’ll learn a tested approach for crafting an effective CHP and review key relevant OSHA regulations, including the recently revised hazard communication standard.
Guidance Documents:
Since 1990, OSHA has required facilities engaged in the use of chemicals in a laboratory to develop and implement a written chemical hygiene plan (CHP). Recent regulatory changes to the hazard communication standard, which will require a CHP to address and include the new changes, are key developments EHS managers need to keep up with. In this webinar, you’ll learn a tested approach for crafting a CHP and review key relevant OSHA regulations, including the recently revised hazard communication standard.
Speaker's Notes:
OSHA requires you to investigate accidents that cause injury, but having an effective accident investigation process makes good business sense, too. Taking steps to prevent recurrence of an injury can increase production, reduce missed work days, and decrease workers’ compensation insurance costs. In this webinar, Fran Sehn, a risk management expert, will tell you everything you need to know about drilling down to the root cause of workplace accidents.
Guidance Documents:
OSHA requires you to investigate accidents that cause injury, but having an effective accident investigation process makes good business sense, too. Taking steps to prevent recurrence of an injury can increase production, reduce missed work days, and decrease workers’ compensation insurance costs. In this webinar, Fran Sehn, a risk management expert, will tell you everything you need to know about drilling down to the root cause of workplace accidents.
Questions & Answers:
OSHA’s topic page on radiofrequency and microwave radiation offers information on microwave radiation health effects, methods in evaluation and control of personnel exposure, and safety programs as part of a non-ionizing radiation safety program.
Speaker's Notes:
Tracking performance is critical to continual improvement and success, but many organizations have struggled to identify measurements that have a strong correlation to successful safety performance. Many companies make the mistake of relying exclusively on lagging indicators, such as incident rates, lost or restricted workdays, or workers compensation costs. A better practice is to incorporate leading indicators, which identify, track, measure, and correct the factors that have a strong correlation with potential accidents, into your overall safety metrics strategy. During this in-depth webinar, participants will learn the differences between leading and lagging indicators and their associated strengths and weaknesses—a critical first step in developing a comprehensive EHS performance measurement process. Our presenter will also suggest strategies for choosing the right mix of indicators to drive safety success for your organization.
Guidance Documents:
Tracking performance is critical to continual improvement and success, but many organizations have struggled to identify measurements that have a strong correlation to successful safety performance. Many companies make the mistake of relying exclusively on lagging indicators, such as incident rates, lost or restricted workdays, or workers compensation costs. A better practice is to incorporate leading indicators, which identify, track, measure, and correct the factors that have a strong correlation with potential accidents, into your overall safety metrics strategy. During this in-depth webinar, participants will learn the differences between leading and lagging indicators and their associated strengths and weaknesses—a critical first step in developing a comprehensive EHS performance measurement process. Our presenter will also suggest strategies for choosing the right mix of indicators to drive safety success for the organization.
Questions & Answers:
If the injury meets the general recording criteria such as days away from work, restricted or job transfer, or medical treatment beyond first aid, it would be recordable. You would update your 2014 OSHA 300 log within 7 days of receiving information that a recordable case occurred. If there was no restricted work or job transfer, days away from work, or medical treatment beyond first aid, the incident is not recordable.
Speaker's Notes:
Making sure that all employees receive basic emergency response training is a critical part of disaster planning, whether you are planning for a workplace fire or a natural disaster like a tornado or flood. This training session will help your employees to identify different types of workplace disasters, understand the requirements of your emergency response plan, carry out emergency response assignments effectively, and evacuate quickly and safely in an emergency. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Disaster Planning - What Employees Need to Know PowerPoint presentation.
PowerPoints:
Making sure that all employees receive basic emergency response training is a critical part of disaster planning, whether you are planning for a workplace fire or a natural disaster like a tornado or flood. This training session will help your employees to identify different types of workplace disasters, understand the requirements of your emergency response plan, carry out emergency response assignments effectively, and evacuate quickly and safely in an emergency.
Speaker's Notes:
This PowerPoint presentation will help supervisors to recognize the types of workplace disasters they may face, understand the requirements of the emergency response plan, satisfy employee training requirements, and carry out emergency response duties effectively. Use these speakers notes to accompany the Disaster Planning - What Supervisors Need to Know PowerPoint presentation.
PowerPoints:
This PowerPoint presentation will help supervisors to recognize the types of workplace disasters you may face, understand the requirements of the emergency response plan, satisfy employee training requirements, and carry out emergency response duties effectively.
This PowerPoint presentation will identify compressed gases by the labels and discuss safe transport, handling, and storage of compressed gas cylinders. Use this Compressed Gases PowerPoint presentation to train your workers on compressed gases.
Speaker's Notes:
This PowerPoint presentation will identify compressed gases by the labels and discuss safe transport, handling, and storage of compressed gas cylinders. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Compressed Gases PowerPoint presentation.
This training session teaches healthcare workers to identify workplace hazards that could cause an emergency; report emergencies promptly; carry out emergency responsibilities; evacuate quickly and safely; and respond to emergency situations effectively. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Emergency Preparedness - Healthcare Workers PowerPoint presentation.
PowerPoints:
This training session teaches healthcare workers to identify workplace hazards that could cause an emergency; report emergencies promptly; carry out emergency responsibilities; evacuate quickly and safely; and respond to emergency situations effectively.
Updated Documents
Every year thousands of workers are injured in forklift accidents. Injuries are often serious and can be disabling. Sometimes workers are killed. A large percentage of those injured are pedestrians—employees working or walking in areas where forklifts operate. Use this PowerPoint presentation to train your workers on pedestrian safety around forklifts.
Speaker's Notes:
Every year thousands of workers are injured in forklift accidents. Injuries are often serious and can be disabling. Sometimes workers are killed. A large percentage of those injured are pedestrians—employees working or walking in areas where forklifts operate. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Forklifts and Pedestrian Safety PowerPoint presentation.
PowerPoints:
In good economic times and bad, maintaining healthy finances is important to us all. Like physical wellness, financial wellness is essential for a good life. That's why your employees need to learn about what financial wellness actually is and how to achieve it.
Speaker's Notes:
In good economic times and bad, maintaining healthy finances is important to us all. Like physical wellness, financial wellness is essential for a good life. That's why your employees need to learn about what financial wellness actually is and how to achieve it. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Financial Wellness PowerPoint presentation.
PowerPoints:
By the end of the training session, your workers will be able to identify the potential work areas and activities that could cause injury to their eyes; understand how to prevent those injuries; use, maintain, and inspect protective eyewear; and use appropriate first aid for emergencies.
Speaker's Notes:
By the end of the training session, your workers will be able to identify the potential work areas and activities that could cause injury to their eyes; understand how to prevent those injuries; use, maintain, and inspect protective eyewear; and use appropriate first aid for emergencies. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Eye Protection PowerPoint presentation.
This PowerPoint training presentation will explain how to set up and maintain exit routes, implement the requirements of the facility Emergency Action Plan, recognize alarm signals, and implement evacuation procedures. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Exit Routes - Supervisors PowerPoint presentation.
PowerPoints:
This PowerPoint training presentation will explain how to set up and maintain exit routes, implement the requirements of the facility Emergency Action Plan, recognize alarm signals, and implement evacuation procedures. Use this PowerPoint presentation to train your workers on exit routes.
Speaker's Notes:
Most workplace fires start as small fires that could be safely and quickly extinguished. Immediate response is required by trained employees in order to control the fire and prevent it from becoming a large, out-of-control fire. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Fire Extinguishers PowerPoint presentation.
PowerPoints:
Most workplace fires start as small fires that could be safely and quickly extinguished. Immediate response is required by trained employees in order to control the fire and prevent it from becoming a large, out-of-control fire.
This training session will discuss the hazards of electricity and how to prevent exposure to electrical hazards. By the end of the training session, you will be able to understand the hazards of electricity, identify and avoid common electrical hazards, and follow safe work practices around electrical equipment. Use this PowerPoint presentation to train your workers on electrical safety.
Speaker's Notes:
This training session will discuss the hazards of electricity and how to prevent exposure to electrical hazards. By the end of the training session, you will be able to understand the hazards of electricity, identify and avoid common electrical hazards, and follow safe work practices around electrical equipment. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Electrical Safety - Unqualified Worker PowerPoint presentation.
PowerPoints:
Use this Ergonomics - Industrial PowerPoint presentation to train your workers on ergonomics. This session will look at some of the basic principles of ergonomics so that you can use a commonsense approach to working safely. In particular, the information presented here will focus on musculoskeletal disorders, or MSDs, and how ergonomics helps prevent them.
Speaker's Notes:
This session will look at some of the basic principles of ergonomics so that you can use a commonsense approach to working safely. In particular, the information presented here will focus on musculoskeletal disorders, or MSDs, and how ergonomics helps prevent them. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Ergonomics - Industrial PowerPoint presentation.
Operating a forklift is a big responsibility, and it's one that requires you to pay attention to safety at all times. Forklifts are very useful for handling heavy materials, but remember that they are powerful machines that can be extremely dangerous if operated incorrectly. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Spanish Forklift Operator Safety PowerPoint presentation.
PowerPoints:
Operating a forklift is a big responsibility, and it's one that requires you to pay attention to safety at all times. Forklifts are very useful for handling heavy materials, but remember that they are powerful machines that can be extremely dangerous if operated incorrectly.
Speaker's Notes:
This training session on defensive driving has been designed for drivers of Commercial Motor Vehicles (CMVs). In one recent year, there were 4,986 CMV-related fatalities, and only 14 percent of these fatalities occurred to the truck occupants. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Spanish Defensive Driving--Commercial Motor Vehicles PowerPoint presentation.
PowerPoints:
This training session on defensive driving has been designed for drivers of Commercial Motor Vehicles (CMVs). In one recent year, there were 4,986 CMV-related fatalities, and only 14 percent of these fatalities occurred to the truck occupants. Use this Spanish PowerPoint presentation to train your workers on commercial driver safety.
Truck drivers have more nonfatal injuries than workers in any other occupation. Half of the nonfatal CMV driver injuries are serious sprains and strains, and the other injuries are bruises, fractures, cuts and lacerations, soreness, and multiple trauma. This training session on defensive driving has been designed for drivers of Commercial Motor Vehicles.
Speaker's Notes:
Use these DOT Alcohol and Drug Testing Rules speaker's notes to train your supervisors how to identify and address alcohol and substance abuse among drivers and understand what DOT rules require them to do.
PowerPoints:
Use this DOT Alcohol and Drug Testing Rules PowerPoint presentation to help your supervisors identify and address alcohol and substance abuse among drivers and understand what DOT rules require them to do. The presentation runs approximately 21 minutes and does not replace the DOT-required two-hour training for supervisors.
Questions & Answers:
Currently, 29 CFR 1910.178 does not contain requirements for the use of operator restraint systems. However, Section 5(a)(1) of the OSH Act (General Duty Clause) requires employers to protect employees from serious and recognized hazards. OSHA’s enforcement policy on the use of seat belts on forklifts is that employers are obligated to require operators of powered industrial trucks that are equipped with operator restraint devices, including seat belts, to use the devices.
You must report a fatality to OSHA if the fatality occurs within 30 days of the work-related incident. You must report the fatality within 8 hours after you learn of the fatality. It must also be recorded on your OSHA 300 forms.
First aid supplies are required to be readily available under 29 CFR 1910.151(b). In Appendix A (nonmandatory), OSHA recommends using the American National Standard (ANSI) Z308.1-1998 “Minimum Requirements for Workplace First-aid Kits” for minimum contents for generic first aid kits.
It is up to the employer to conduct a hazard assessment to determine whether guards and/or PPE are necessary. The results of the hazard assessment will identify the potential for wheel breakage and whether the wheels have cutting-type components, which will require guards. However, no potential for wheel breakage and non-cutting type abrasive components could mean no guards required, but that will depend on the results of the hazard assessment. You will want to document the results of the hazard assessment and show them to an OSHA inspector if there is an inspection as documentation if there are no guards for the polishing/buffing wheels.
Speaker's Notes:
Whether you drive on the job or just commute to work by car, you're in danger on the road unless you drive defensively. Motor vehicle accidents are the number one cause of accidental death in the United States. They are also the number one cause of work-related fatalities. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Spanish Defensive Driving for Noncommercial Motorists PowerPoint presentation.
PowerPoints:
Cranes and derricks are routinely used at many construction sites across all major industries to lift and move materials. Many accidents involving cranes are caused by failures of rigging and rigging hardware. This is why crane riggers need thorough training in the basics of crane operations and the safe use of crane rigging equipment, including inspection and maintenance of equipment. Use this PowerPoint presentation to train your workers on cranes and derricks.
Speaker's Notes:
Cranes and derricks are routinely used at many construction sites across all major industries to lift and move materials. Many accidents involving cranes are caused by failures of rigging and rigging hardware. This is why crane riggers need thorough training in the basics of crane operations and the safe use of crane rigging equipment, including inspection and maintenance of equipment. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Crane Rigging in Construction PowerPoint presentation.
Whether you drive on the job or just commute to work by car, you're in danger on the road unless you drive defensively. Motor vehicle accidents are the number one cause of accidental death in the United States. They are also the number one cause of work-related fatalities. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the "Defensive Driving for Noncommercial Motorists" PowerPoint presentation.
Making sure that all employees receive basic emergency response training is a critical part of disaster planning, whether you are planning for a workplace fire or a natural disaster like a tornado or flood. This training session will help your employees to identify different types of workplace disasters, understand the requirements of your emergency response plan, carry out emergency response assignments effectively, and evacuate quickly and safely in an emergency. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Disaster Planning - What Employees Need to Know PowerPoint presentation.
PowerPoints:
Making sure that all employees receive basic emergency response training is a critical part of disaster planning, whether you are planning for a workplace fire or a natural disaster like a tornado or flood. This training session will help your employees to identify different types of workplace disasters, understand the requirements of your emergency response plan, carry out emergency response assignments effectively, and evacuate quickly and safely in an emergency.
Speaker's Notes:
This PowerPoint presentation will help supervisors to recognize the types of workplace disasters they may face, understand the requirements of the emergency response plan, satisfy employee training requirements, and carry out emergency response duties effectively. Use these speakers notes to accompany the Disaster Planning - What Supervisors Need to Know PowerPoint presentation.
PowerPoints:
This PowerPoint presentation will help supervisors to recognize the types of workplace disasters you may face, understand the requirements of the emergency response plan, satisfy employee training requirements, and carry out emergency response duties effectively.
This PowerPoint presentation will identify compressed gases by the labels and discuss safe transport, handling, and storage of compressed gas cylinders. Use this Compressed Gases PowerPoint presentation to train your workers on compressed gases.
Speaker's Notes:
This training session teaches healthcare workers to identify workplace hazards that could cause an emergency; report emergencies promptly; carry out emergency responsibilities; evacuate quickly and safely; and respond to emergency situations effectively. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Emergency Preparedness - Healthcare Workers PowerPoint presentation.
PowerPoints:
This training session teaches healthcare workers to identify workplace hazards that could cause an emergency; report emergencies promptly; carry out emergency responsibilities; evacuate quickly and safely; and respond to emergency situations effectively.
Questions & Answers:
OSHA’s topic page on radiofrequency and microwave radiation offers information on microwave radiation health effects, methods in evaluation and control of personnel exposure, and safety programs as part of a non-ionizing radiation safety program.
Quizzes:
This session is intended for any employee who is likely to be exposed to potentially infectious bodily fluids, such as first-aid responders, janitorial staff, maintenance personnel, and personnel assigned to clean up after an industrial accident. Use this quiz to accompany the Bloodborne Pathogens - General PowerPoint presentation.
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