Whether written by OSHA or created by a business itself to educate its employees, an OSHA safety manual contains information on common workplace hazards, how to avoid them, and best practices for using specific equipment... More »

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As of 2016, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's website offers free publications on construction tunneling, emergency response procedures for hospitals, hand and power tools, industrial hygiene, and perso... More »

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Occupational Safety and Health Administration manuals and other publications, which are available on many topics, are available as free downloadable PDFs at the OSHA website and from Environmental Health and Safety Onlin... More »

The items on an OSHA safety checklist vary by workplace, and are populated based on safety issues that have been encountered in the past, industry standards, company standards and any areas of concern to employees, accor... More »

EMRs, or Experience Modification Rates, are provided by insurance companies and used by the Occupational Health & Safety Administration to evaluate safety standards in the workplace, according to the U.S. Department of L... More »

OSHA offers templates that address general safety guidelines for a company, and specific practices within a business, on its website. Because different work environments carry different inherent risks, a safety plan shou... More »

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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration, known as OSHA, regulates a wide range of workplace safety issues. They develop and enforce regulations both for workplaces in general and for industry-specific regulatio... More »

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