Compliance Policies

Need to create a complete policy from scratch? Need to audit yor current policy to see if it is compliant and up-to-date? Download any of our model policies for an example of a leading-edge and OSHA compliant safety policy you can implement right away.

Protecting workers who work alone from violence and other hazards starts with a good policy.

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OSHA requires employers to implement measures to protect workers from machine-related risks. Having a workplace policy in place for machine hazards is one of the first steps you need to take.

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An ergonomics policy you can adapt to prevent musculoskeletal disorders at your workplace.

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A Model Policy you can adapt to protect workers from cold stress and avoid OSHA citations

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The purpose of the Crane and Hoist Safety Program is to:
1.1 Ensure a safe work environment for employees who operate, maintain, or work around cranes and hoists
1.2 Inform employees of requirements for safely working around cranes and hoists
1.3 Comply with OSHA regulations dealing with cranes …

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Each year more than 77,000 forklift accidents occur which result in employee injuries, lost time and death. A full 70% of these accidents are preventable with operator training. The need for safety training cannot be overemphasized. Forklift operation is a skilled position. Every operator must …

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This policy has been developed to promote a positive and proactive approach to safe Powered Industrial Truck operation and provide training for employees who operate Duke lift trucks, tow motors and other specialized industrial material handling machines.

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Cleveland State University, in order to provide for a safe and healthy work environment, has developed this Lockout/Tagout program which describes the procedures for service and maintenance on equipment capable of generating hazardous energy. These procedures describe attaching an appropriate lockout or tagout devise on …

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The Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) Control of Hazardous Energy (Lock Out Tag Out- LOTO) Plan and written procedures have been developed in accordance with the OSHA Control of Hazardous Energy Standard (29 CFR 1910.147(a)(3)). RIT employees, students, visitors and/or contractors can be injured because …

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The following simple lockout procedure is provided to assist employers in developing their procedures so they meet the requirements of this standard. When the energy isolating devices are not lockable, tagout may be used, provided the employer complies with the provisions of the standard which …

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