The following policies were developed to assist you with the various OSHA policies applicable to your operation.  The policies meet the Federal OSHA Standard and may require additional input specific to your operation. The policies may not meet all the requirements for State run OSHA programs, yet may allow you to have a policy template to build on. Each policy can be ordered from Club Safety Solutions.

Policies for your Operation

Blood borne pathogen policy ($150.00)
The objective of this program is to protect your employees from potential infection with blood borne pathogens. Specific issues, definitions, training requirements and other information impacting your operation are included.

Hazard communication standard with SDS training module ($300.00)
The purpose of this program is to ensure that the hazards of all chemicals used in this operation are evaluated, and information concerning chemical hazards is communicated to both employees and employers. This hazard information will be produced via this program which includes container labels, Safety Data Sheets (SDS), and employee information and training programs.


Lockout / Tagout policy ($150.00)
Lockout/Tagout is the means of applying safeguards (locks) to protect workers as they perform the servicing and maintenance of machines, equipment, or processes in order to prevent inadvertent startup.

Revised Respiratory Standard ($300.00)
It has been determined that employees in the ______ departments are exposed to respiratory hazards during routine operations. These hazards include pesticide spraying applications and in some cases represent Immediately Dangerous to Life or Health (IDLH) conditions. The purpose of this program is to ensure that all employees are protected.


Emergency Action Plan template ($400.00)
The following plan is an outline encompassing all of the activities necessary for your operation to address emergency preparedness and response to emergencies and disasters. These activities are designed to eliminate to loss of life and minimize the loss of property and efficacy.

Personal Protective Equipment policy ($100.00)
This program provides an adequate method of ensuring the proper use of personal protective equipment (PPE) for eyes, face, head, extremities, protective clothing, respiratory devices, and protective shield and barriers. Before proper PPE can be assigned, the safety director should conduct a hazard assessment to determine if the hazard warrants the use of PPE.

Hearing Conservation plan ($100.00)
A Hearing Conservation Program has been established and is being maintained at ­­­­­­____. A comprehensive noise survey has been conducted. 
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