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OSHA Required Plans

OSHA Required Plans

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OSHA safety regulations (29 CFR 1910 and 1926) require a wide variety of documented (written) plans.  These plans must be developed to meet the OSHA requirements, but tailored to the individual situation.  Employees are required to be trained in the use of these plans and this training, too, must be documented.  The plans must be maintained and updated.

Some of the most commonly required safety plans are:

  • Safety & Health Plans (20 CFR 1910.120)
  • OSHA-required Safety Plans and Programs
    • Chemical Hygiene Plan
    • Chemical Storage Plan
    • Emergency Action Plan
    • Hearing Conservation Program 
    • Hazardous Energy Control (lockout / tagout) 
    • Injury and Illness Recordkeeping and Reporting Systems
    • Respiratory Protection Plan
    • Training Documentation Systems/Plans
    • Vehicle Accident Prevention Plan
    • Workplace Violence Policy 
  • Process Safety Management (29 CFR 1910.119)
  • HazCom - Hazard communication - MSDS/Worker Right-to-Know
    (29 CFR 1910.1200)

Let us walk you through the requirements, explain the regulations and show you how we can help you meet the requirements quickly, completely and at a minimal cost.

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