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OSHA Alliance Articles

“Step 1: How and Where Does One Start?”, February 2008

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“Step 2: Recordkeeping and Reporting”, March 2008

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“Step 3: Accident Prevention and Investigation”, April 2008

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“Step 4: Hazard Communication”, May 2008

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(Step 4 is outdated) See OSHA Hazard Communication Standard by clicking here.

“Step 5: Respiratory Protection”, June 2008

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“Step 6: Landscaping and Horticulture”, July 2008

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“Step 7: Housekeeping”, Aug 2008

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“Step 8: Kitchens”, September 2008

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“Step 9: Disaster Planning”, Oct 2008

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“Step 10: Young (Teen) Workers”, Nov 2008

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“Step 11: Utilizing OSHA’s Consultation Program”, Dec 2008

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“Step 12: Other Resources”, January 2009

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“How Do YOU approach Safety?”, April 2013 PDF

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The above articles appeared in the following publications:
Association of College and University Clubs Newsletter
Board Room Magazine
Club Gourmet Magazine
Club Management Magazine
Club Management Perspectives
CMAA Back of the House Blog
CMAA/OSHA Alliance
CMAA Outlook
CMAA Legislative reports
CMAA Premier Club Services articles
CMAA Wine Society Newsletter articles
National Club Association Club Director Magazine
OSHA Alliance Quarterly
Private Club Advisor
Disclaimer: These articles were written for safety awareness purposes. They are not intended to provide legal advice nor assume your liability. Recognize that some articles contain dated material and more current information is available. It is recommended that you search all available local, state, and federal sources to obtain the most recent materials. Also, consider your insurance company and trade publications as other excellent information sources.

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