Sample Material

Sample MaterialThe Safety Manual /  Injury & Illness Prevention Program you will receive contains workplace safety policies, procedures, and rules outlining your company safety programs. You will find that other companies on the web charge "extra" for the components included in the workplace safety manual you buy from eSafetyManual.com

Below is a sample of one of our customer's company safety manual table of contents pages. You will also be able to edit your manual to better fit the needs of your company because it is in Microsoft word format. Remember, this table of content page is from the manual of just one of our safety manuals. The "code of safe work practices" chapter and other "add on" chapters will be specific to your industry. Sale Price for all Safety Manuals is $59.95 (sales tax exempt because all products are electronic downloads).


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SAMPLE TABLE OF CONTENTS

(TOC Varies Depending on Industry; Some Industries Require Programs That Others Do Not. You Can Be Sure That We Have Been Careful To Include All Relevant Chapters In Each Industry Specific Safety Manual. If Your Safety Manual Or Injury & Illness Prevention Program Requires Special Programs, Include Those Programs In The Contact Form On Our Contact Page And We Will Custom Build Your Manual Or IIPP For $999.95.)
 
 
Table of Contents (This is an example Table of Contents from just one of our safety manuals. It will vary depending on your industry.)

POLICY STATEMENT ON SAFETY. 2

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES. 3

COMPLIANCE AND ENFORCEMENT. 6

Disciplinary Action:6

SAFETY COMMITTEE. 8

COMMUNICATION. 9

CODE OF SAFE PRACTICES. 10

SCAFFOLDING SAFETY PROGRAM.. 24

General Requirements. 24

Inspections. 25

Mandatory Signs and Tags. 25

Modifications. 25

BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS PROGRAM.. 29

HEAT & ILLNESS PREVENTION. 34

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION AND ASSESSMENT. 39

Periodic Safety Inspections. 40

Documentation of Inspections. 40

HAZARD PREVENTION, CORRECTION, AND CONTROL. 42

Techniques for Correcting Hazards. 42

Documentation of Corrective Action. 42

HAZARD COMMUNICATION PROGRAM.. 43

Introduction. 43

Hazardous Material Inventory. 43

Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)43

Container Labeling. 44

Employee Information and Training. 44

Hazardous Non-Routine Tasks. 44

Informing Outside Contractors and Vendors. 44

Employee Rights Under The Hazard Communication Standard. 45

FIRST AID AND MEDICAL EMERGENCY PROCEDURES. 46

First-Aid Kits. 46

First Aid. 46

Accident Procedures. 46

ACCIDENT / EXPOSURE INVESTIGATION. 48

Responsibility for Accident Investigation. 48

The Purpose of Accident Investigations:48

What Types of Incidents Do We Investigate?. 48

Procedures for Investigation of Accidents. 48

Questions to Ask. 49

Once the Accident Investigation is Completed. 50

TRAINING AND INSTRUCTION. 51

Documentation of Training. 52

FIRE PREVENTION AND EMERGENCY ACTION PLAN. 53

Facility Emergency Evacuation and Fire Prevention. 53

During an Emergency. 53

Fire Prevention in Shops and Warehouses. 54

FLEET AND DRIVER SAFETY. 56

Driver Selection. 56

Driver Training. 56

Company Vehicle Use Policy. 56

Vehicle Inspection & Preventive Maintenance. 57

Accident Investigation. 57

Auto Accident Preventability Guide. 57

ELECTRICAL & LOCK-OUT / TAG-OUT PROGRAM.. 62

All Equipment and Installations. 62

Energized Equipment or Systems. 62

De-energized Equipment or Systems. 63

Energizing (or Re-energizing) Equipment or Systems. 63

Accident Prevention Tags. 64

Lock-out / Tag-out64

Sequence of Lockout Procedure. 64

Procedure Involving More Than One Person. 65

Testing Equipment during Lockout65

Restoring Equipment to Service. 65

FORKLIFTS. 66

General66

Training Program Implementation.66

Training Program Content.66

Refresher Training and Evaluation.67

Avoidance of Duplicative Training.67

Certification.68

RECORDKEEPING. 69

APPENDIX. 70


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