What Every Supervisor Must Know About Osha Construction Joe Teeples

ISBN: 9781418400774

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What Every Supervisor Must Know About Osha   Construction  by  Joe Teeples

What Every Supervisor Must Know About Osha Construction by Joe Teeples
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What Every Supervisor Must Know About OSHA - Construction This book was designed for use by the OSHA Training Institute Education Centers as part of the curriculum for the OSHA 500 Train the Trainer program. It can be used to deliver OSHA 10 or 30MoreWhat Every Supervisor Must Know About OSHA - Construction This book was designed for use by the OSHA Training Institute Education Centers as part of the curriculum for the OSHA 500 Train the Trainer program. It can be used to deliver OSHA 10 or 30 hour training as well.

What Every Supervisor Must Know About OSHA provides managers, supervisors and safety personnel with tools and knowledge needed to ensure a safe and worksite. This single source book provides guidance for construction workers to ensure compliance with mandated Federal Regulations. OSHA can and does inspect companies on a regular and routine basis and levies fines for non-compliance. Accidents and OSHA penalties impact the bottom line of businesses. This book addresses how accidents affect the hidden costs of lost productivity, workers compensation expense and legal liabilities for managers.

While OSHA rules and regulations are explained in this book, the emphasis is on accident prevention using established guidelines. Steps for organizations to comply with OSHAs regulations and Safety Committees are outlined in an easy to use format. Topics are outlined that ensure compliance with Federal rules in a how to manner. This manual has been field tested with agencies that sought a simple, no-nonsense approach to OSHA compliance. Included in the book: An overview of OSHA, how it works, how to read the regulations, penalties Detailed guidance on compliance issues such as -FOCUS Inspections and Multi-employer worksites -Health hazards in construction -Asbestos, Lead and Bloodborne Pathogens -Hazard Communication -Personal Protective Equipment and Respirators -Permit Required Space Entry -Welding -Electrical Safety -Stairs andLadders -Fall Protection -Scaffolding -Steel Erection -Cranes and material handling -Concrete and masonry -Fire Protection -Excavations -Hand and Power Tools -Demolition, Underground Construction and Blasting -Construction Training Requirements



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