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FAQ’s – Frequently Asked Questions

Who needs a safety manual?

Safety Manuals are mandatory in many states!
Safety Manuals are often required by many general contractors and job site owners!

Are you in compliance? Avoid hefty fines!

  • Employers shall establish, implement and maintain an effective written Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP).
  • Provide your employees with a Code of Safe Practices.
  • Provide your business with a policy for Accident Investigation.

Does my company need a written safety plan?

Every business needs to meet the standards set forth by OSHA, as well as local and state labor laws. A well designed OSHA Compliant Injury and Illness Prevention Plan will meet and exceed the OSHA Standards. It’s the Law – OSHA mandates that businesses have a written safety compliance plan, specific to the company and its location that addresses the safety standards for the company’s industry classification. Employers are advised that in addition to the Injury and Illness Prevention Program for Safety, Health and Workplace Security your business must also have safety plans that address the standards that impact the operation of your business.

Keep in mind, according to OSHA, if your safety plan isn’t in written form, implemented, communicated and effective, your company is not in compliance.

Does OSHA really cite for not having a safety manual?
I have a very small company, do I really need a written plan?

Every business needs to meet the standards set forth by OSHA, as well as local and state labor laws …A well designed OSHA Compliant Injury and Illness Prevention Plan will meet and exceed the OSHA Standards. It’s the Law – California Labor Code 6401.7 (a) states that every employer shall establish, implement and maintain an effective written Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP). Both Federal and state offices have certain mandates for a written safety compliance plan, specific to the company and its location that addresses the safety standards for the company’s industry classification. Employers are advised that in addition to the Injury and Illness Prevention Program for Safety, Health and Workplace Security your business must also have safety plans that address the standards that impact the operation of your business.

Keep in mind, according to OSHA, if your safety plan isn’t in written form, implemented, communicated and effective, your company is not in compliance.

How soon will I received my manual?

In most cases, your safety manual is delivered via email the same day.

If you are in a hurry, please call us and we will expedite your order at no additional charge.

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Will this qualify for ISNetworld?

Yes, but please let us know so we know to send the version best suited for ISNetworld Qualification