A safety manual is a universal precaution that can substantially reduce the number and severity of workplace injuries and alleviate the associated financial burdens on U.S. workplaces. This is commonly referred to as an IIPP or Injury and Illness Prevention Program. Both Federal and State OSHA regulations require businesses to have and implement a health and safety plan. A copy must be maintained at each workplace or at a central worksite if the employer has non-fixed worksites. Many states have requirements or voluntary guidelines for OSHA manuals.
Is your company out of compliance? FED/OSHA and states with approved plans will cite and fine businesses who do not provide a written health and safety plan upon their inspection. OSHA citations can reach up to $18,000 for not providing and implementing a workplace safety program.
With OSHA Safety Manuals, you don’t pay anything upfront. Our experts will determine your needs based on the information you provide us and the description of your company activities. Within a few hours of your form submission, we will send you a proposal and quote for your OSHA Safety Manual. If you just can’t wait, you can download individual chapters at your discretion. Should you do so and decide you need help afterward, we won’t charge you any additional fees to put your document together. Looking to qualify for ISNetworld? We can take of that. Just fill out our ISNetworld form and we’ll put a quote and time frame together for you. We can also handle the submission process for the RAVs section.
Our thorough activity-specific safety manual will be made with your company name and set to your specifications that you provide through our customization form. It will be digitally sent to you within a day. At no additional cost, if your needs are immediate, we can expedite the delivery. We are happy to include your company logo as well.
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Many employers in the United States already manage safety using Injury and Illness Prevention Programs and we believe that all employers can and should do the same.
Most successful IIPP‘s are based on a common set of key elements. Some of these elements are: management leadership, worker participation, hazard identification, hazard prevention and control, education and training, and program evaluation and improvement. Employee participation is a key element of any successful safety program.
Have one of our OSHA experts design a health and safety plan for you. Remember, You don’t pay until you have reviewed and approved your safety manual. Get started here!