This bulletin summarizes changes to OSHA’s recordkeeping rule that require affected employers to submit occupational injury and illness information to the agency via electronic means. Learn what this means for your company.
Need to develop a company or project-specific crane safety program? Let this model be your guide! It is designed so that you can quickly, easily and cost effectively tailor the model to meet the demands of owners , GCs, and CMs. This “ZIP” file contains the program in three versions: PDF, Word and text.
This guide describes the purpose of job hazard analyses and provides samples of analyses that are common and specific to the mechanical construction industry.
“Mechanical construction contractors can easily establish a written program to help their workers protect themselves from hearing loss, and to comply with OSHA hearing protection requirements.”
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recently revised its existing Hazard Communication Standard to conform to the United Nations’ Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals.
The purpose of OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard is to ensure that workers are informed about the chemical hazards that they may be exposed to in the workplace. The agency believes that the revisions will reduce the incidence of chemical-related occupational injuries and illnesses.