OSHA Compliance Manuals
OSHA requires specific policies and manuals for compliance. Learn what you need to stay in compliance.
What is an OSHA Compliance Manual?
OSHA Compliance Manuals define how your company will have the correct procedures in place to protect your employees. These manuals can also be known as Safety Manuals or Injury and Illness Protection Programs (IIPP). These manuals need to cover the hazards that your employees will encounter on the job site. It should review any OSHA requirements for your company and discuss the safe practices that will be implemented.
Insure compliance will meet with staff and create an OSHA Compliance Manual based on your industry, work environment, and other requirements. The OSHA Compliance Manual will ensure that your employees know and understand the hazards they will encounter and how to protect themselves.
This manual will cover the following items:
- The OSHA required policies for your manual
- The responsibilities of company managers
- How to prevent accidents and what to if there is an accident
- Best practices to avoid accidents
Why should I have an OSHA Compliance Manual?
OSHA requires specific policies for your business. If you do not have an OSHA Compliance Manual, you are at risk of receiving an OSHA fine. Many insurance companies also need you to have a safety manual to receive discounts on your insurance. The most important reason is to protect your employees. These manuals are created with your employees in mind and how to prevent your employees from accidents:
- Fulfill OSHA requirements and avoid fines
- Create policies to protect employees
- Help supervisors understand how to protect their employees
- Help with Insurance requirements
- Start a safety program
The following policies are required by OSHA:
- Hazard Communication
- Emergency Action Plan
- Fire Safety
- Exit Routes
- Walking and Working Surfaces
- Medical and First Aid
- Record Keeping
- Statement of Commitment
- Machine Guarding
- Electrical Hazards
- Respirator Program
- Hearing Conservation
- Bloodborne Pathogens
- Confined Space
- Powered Industrial Trucks
This service is often combined with:
Mock OSHA Audit
Job Site Inspections
Insure Compliance trained safety professionals not only can help identify your safety, compliance, insurance, and risk management needs but also determine the best ways to receive an ROI on your safety investment!
OSHA Training refers to the required trainings for your industry and company!
We will inspect your work locations to verify that your employees are following and implementing your safety culture
We believe safety and profit are not mutually exclusive
With Insure Compliance, we apply our Safety Gap Model to analyze safety programs and identify gaps that prevent companies from creating safe and profitable work environments.
Our roots in insurance mean we don’t just understand the safety side of the business, but how to implement a safety program that minimizes your risk.
Our Safety Gap Model gets results: lowers costs, less incidents, and reduced insurance costs.
Much of business is about reducing risk. We work with you to implement safety initiatives that reduce risk, moving you to a shared goal of a safer and profitable future.
Lead with Care
We believe safety performance changes when there is a focus on encouragement and teachable moments, not reprimands.