Compliance Policies

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The Emergency Action Plan (EAP) contains the procedures to be implemented at the facilities in the event of an emergency and is intended to minimize hazards to human health which might result from emergencies. All employees are encouraged to take actions in emergency situations that …

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The purpose of an Emergency Action Plan is to protect the employees from serious injury, property loss, or loss of life, in the event of an actual or potential major disaster. A major disaster may include, but not limited to, any of the following: fire, …

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It is the policy of the Pennsylvania State University (PSU) to take all necessary measures to prevent falls from elevated locations. Fall hazards shall be eliminated through the application of engineering controls whenever possible. Administrative controls and fall protection equipment shall be used when engineering …

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The University of Maryland Fall Protection Program shall apply to all employees who are exposed to unprotected sides or edges of surfaces that present a falling hazard of four feet or more to a lower level. Employees will not be required, nor allowed to perform …

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THE PROBLEM: The OSHA Hazard Communication standard, Sec. 1910.1200, is a frequent source of citations. The most common reason employers get into trouble is failure to properly implement a written hazard communication program. Hazard communication programs can’t be generic. They need to deal with the …

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The Texas Hazard Communication Act (THCA), Revised 1993, Chapter 502 of the Health and Safety Code (HSC), requires public employers to provide information to employees regarding hazardous chemicals they may be exposed to in the workplace. The Public Employer Community Righ-tto-Know Act, Chapter 506 of …

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The Hazard Communication Program is based on the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard (29 CFR 1910.1200). It covers all University of Florida employees, students, and non-employee affiliates who work with chemicals in non-laboratory settings. Laboratory use of chemicals is specifically excluded from the HCP but is …

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The purpose of the Fire Prevention Plan is to define the University initiative to protect buildings and occupants from the hazards of fire.
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