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Complete written safety plans, programs, manuals, and training templates are required by OSHA and can be very time consuming to develop.
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All packages include 3-month of Certified Safety Professional (CSP) support during the implementation of your Safety Plan or Safety Program. If you have any questions or need any interpretations on the OSHA standards, we will be here to provide you unlimited support.
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Why Have a Written Health and Safety Program or Plans?
A health and safety program or safety plans will help you comply with workplace safety laws, prevent worker productivity losses due to occupational injuries and illnesses, and reduce worker’s compensation and related litigation costs. Such a program will also help you manage safety-related activities more effectively and help you keep track of all the safety functions you have to perform such as employee training, recordkeeping, and progress toward your safety goals.
Federal Requirements - Safety Programs and Safety Plans
The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires written safety and health plans for more than 2 dozen specific workplace activities and more than a dozen chemicals. Out of the hundreds of OSHA safety rules for specific types of activities, there are 16 for general industry workplaces that require written plans or procedures, and 10 written plan requirements for construction activities. These numbers don't include written plans that may be required under the shipbuilding, marine terminals, longshoring, agriculture, or other specialized industries regulated by OSHA.
There are also requirements for written safety procedures for over a dozen hazardous substances listed under Subpart Z of the general industry rules for Toxic and Hazardous Substances, such as asbestos and vinyl chloride.
State Requirements - Safety Programs and Safety Plans
State requirements for written safety and health plans. There are roughly 2 dozen states that require a written general safety and health plan for certain industries, mostly as a requirement for workers' compensation insurance coverage. Some states, like California, require most workplaces to have a written plan, and other states require them only for "high-hazard" industries, such as those conducting electrical or hazardous chemical handling work. Some states require the written plan only for organizations with workers' compensation experience modification rates (EMRs), above a threshold that indicates a high-hazard workplace. For example, many states set an EMR threshold of 1.2-at or over that limit will trigger the written plan requirement.
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