Your Company's Policy for OSHA Requirements
OSHA requires that EVERY COMPANY provide a written safety program that outlines the acceptable procedures and cautions of their workplace. In addition to the general safety outlines, you must provide a program for any site-specific hazards.
These outline your basic company safety policies, programs, contracts, training plans, etc. This is sufficient for most non-hazardous workplaces such as offices, banks, schools, etc.
Examples of State/Province Specific Chapters:
Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc.
"Heart of America Chapter"
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