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Workplace Safety Manager Bundle
Helps employers meet OSHA General Duty Clause requirements and various training requirements OSHA’s General Duty Clause (29 USC 654) requires employers to furnish employees a form of employment and place of employment free from recognized hazards. Such workplace hazards result in more than 4 million employees being injured on the job each year, costing American businesses over $127 billion annually in indirect and direct costs associated with work-related injuries.In a recent publication from OSHA, the agency stressed that the “adoption of injury and illness prevention programs help millions of U.S. businesses improve their compliance with existing laws and regulations, decrease the incidence of workplace injuries and illnesses, reduce costs (including significant reductions in workers’ compensation premiums) and enhance their overall business operations.”Additionally, OSHA’s guidelines for effective safety and health programs specify the importance of employee training and regular safety meetings in reducing the risk of work-related injuries.Workplace safety meetings can also fulfill various mandatory OSHA training requirements if the meeting includes a learning activity and a means of testing to determine whether the employee retained the information. Over 100 OSHA standards require some form of training aimed at reducing risk factors for injury or disease. Failure to comply with OSHA standards, including training requirements, can result in fines up to $7,000 per violation.To help employers mitigate the occurrence of workplace injuries and illnesses while complying with OSHA regulations, Personnel Concepts has developed a comprehensive Workplace Safety Manager Bundle. Our exclusive product bundle includes everything you need to establish an effective policy to ensure the safety and health of your workforce, as well as tools to conduct effective workplace safety meetings to implement your customized program. It includes a plain-language reference manual, reproducible safety training handouts on 50 topics, employee quizzes for each topic, training sheets for employees and supervisors, and tools to customize your unique program, including our Injury & Illness Prevention CD-ROM and an additional CD-ROM with all training handouts and documentation forms in electronic format.Who Needs ItAll employers with one or more employees are required by OSHA to protect the safety and health of their employees and to maintain compliance with OSHA’s General Duty Clause (29 USC 654). In addition, all employers must comply with mandatory OSHA training and communication requirements. (The number of OSHA training requirements varies by industry and/or number of employees, but virtually every business in the U.S. is obligated to provide some form of safety training.)BenefitsPrevent Costly Injuries and IllnessesWork-related injuries cost American employers billions of dollars each year in workers’ compensation and replacem
Heat Stress / Cold Stress Prevention Poster
Features heat stress prevention information on one side and cold stress information on the other Many workers spend some part of their working day in extreme temperatures. Outdoor work units are exposed to both hot and cold temperatures, depending on the time of year and geographic location.Heat stress: Workers in foundries, laundries, construction projects, and bakeries -- to name a few industries -- often face hot conditions which pose special hazards to safety and health.Cold stress: Outdoor work crews often face cold conditions while working late at night or early in the morning during the winter. In certain regions during the winter season, cold temperatures can lead to frost bite or hypothermia.OSHA's General Duty Clause (29 USC Sec. 654(a)) requires employers to provide of a form of employment free from recognized hazards. When hazards cannot be eliminated, employers must ensure that the threat posed by hazard is minimized. Heat stress and cold stress are two environmental hazards that fall under the General Duty Clause. Training workers to recognize the signs and symptoms of heat-related illnesses or cold-related illnesses can help minimize the risk of working in extreme temperatures.Personnel Concepts' Heat Stress / Cold Stress Poster is a double-sided poster that features heat stress prevention information on one side, and cold stress information on the other. It features OSHA guidance on how to prevent and recognize temperature-related illnesses. Simply display the appropriate side based upon your work environment to notify affected workers about proper safety precautions.
Heimlich Manuever Poster
Describes step by step the procedure to save choking victims Performing the Heimlich Maneuver on a choking victim can save a life. The American Red Cross, state and local health departments, and other agencies recommend a poster showing how to perform this life-saving maneuver be displayed wherever food is consumed.Ideal for every restaurant, school, and employee break room, Personnel Concepts' 11" x 17" Heimlich Maneuver Poster instructs readers how to properly use the maneuver to dislodge food or other matter from the throat of a choking victim. It features clear, easy-to-read instructions coupled with useful illustrations to communicate important emergency response information in a concise, effective manner.
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