New PDF release: A Manager's Guide to OSHA (A Fifty-Minute Series Book)

By Neville C. Tompkins

ISBN-10: 1417521767

ISBN-13: 9781417521760

ISBN-10: 1560521805

ISBN-13: 9781560521808

Essentially explains worker and business enterprise rights and tasks less than Occupational security and health and wellbeing Act.

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SECOND PRIORITY: CATASTROPHES AND FATAL ACCIDENTS OSHA’s second priority for inspection is given to investigation of fatalities and catastrophes resulting in hospitalization of three or more employees. The employer must report such incidents by telephone to OSHA within eight hours. Investigations are made to determine if OSHA standards have been violated and to avoid recurrence of similar accidents. Page 34 THIRD PRIORITY: EMPLOYEE COMPLAINTS Complaints by employees of alleged violations of standards or of unsafe and unhealthful working conditions get third priority in OSHA inspection activities and in some OSHA area offices, investigating these complaints may be the major work load item.

Boston, How to Write a Company Safety Manual and Job Safety Programs: Development and Implementation. Page v CONTENTS PART I THE OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY ACT 1 Federal OSHA 3 OSHA’s Role in Safety and Health 4 OSHA Standards and Regulations 7 Key OSHA Standards 11 Employer and Employee Responsibilities and Rights 14 OSHA Recordkeeping and Reporting 21 What Is an Occupational Injury or Illness? 22 Communication and Training Responsibilities 25 PART II OSHA INSPECTIONS: WHAT TO EXPECT 27 Why Me?

Most OSHA inspections begin with the compliance officer announcing his or her presence to the employer, presenting official credentials and asking to meet with the appropriate employer representative. Making unannounced visits like this forces facility management to be in a position of having to respond immediately to the inspector’s requests. If a company official is not available, the compliance officer will usually wait up to one hour before telephoning his or her supervisor. If the delay appears justifiable the inspection may be delayed or rescheduled.

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