OSHA COMPLIANCE

OSHA Policies, Plans and Procedures:

Examples of GSE’s most requested plans and policies:  (OSHA references for general industry in parenthesis)

  • Hazard Communication Policy -  [29 CFR 1910.1200]
  • Exposure Control Plan (Bloodborne Pathogens) - [29 CFR 1910.1030]
  • Personal Protective Equipment Policy (and Hazard Assessment) - [29 CFR Subpart 1, 1910.132-138]
  • Respiratory Protection Plan - [29 CFR 1910.134]
  • Chemical Hygiene Plan (Laboratory Standard) - [29 CFR 1910.1450]
  • Hearing Conservation and Noise Control Plans -  [29 CFR Subpart G, 1910.95]
  • Confined Space Entry Plan - [29CFR 1910.146]
  • Hazardous Energy Policy (lock-out/tag-out) - [29 CFR Subpart J, 1920.147]
  • Fall Protection - [29 CFR Subpart D, 1910.23, Subpart F, 1910.66]
  • Chemical or hazard specific control plans, including medical surveillance.  Common examples in Subpart Z include:
    • Arsenic (inorganic) - 1910.1018
    • Asbestos - 1910.1006
    • Benzene - 1910.1028
    • Cadmium - 1910.1027
    • Chromium(VI) - 1910.1026
    • Formaldehyde - 1910.1048
    • Lead - 1910.1025

Above OSHA regulations and interpretive/supportive documents may be found at www.OSHA.gov

Every OSHA document we prepare:

  • is based on the clients specific hazards and needs
  • meets the OSHA regulatory requirements (and have withstood numerous OSHA audits)
  • is delivered in “final daft” form and in electronic format
  • is clear and logically arranged to maximize usefulness
  • may be immediately adopted by designated health and safety officers, coordinators, committees, etc.
  • can be updated annually, or as needed, in accordance with regulations or corporate policy
  • can be used as the basis for employee or “train-the-trainer” programs