Cal-OSHA Program (California)
OSHA CD ROM “Establishing
and Maintaining Your Safety, Illness and Injury Prevention Program” which
includes all your required printable forms.
is not a practice exam it is an actual program to set up your company's OSHA “Safety, Illness and Injury Prevention Program”
The purpose of the Cal-OSHA program is “Establishing and Maintaining
Your Safety, Illness and Injury Prevention Program” and it is to supply
contractors with an easily understandable means of complying with Cal-OSHA
rules and regulations about Safety Programs. Just click on any item on the
table of context and the form that you need pops up and are printable.
The Program is comprised of these nine steps:
Step One – Designate a Program Administrator
Step Two – Identify Safety and Health Hazards
Step Three – Implement a system of periodic inspections
Step Four – Implement a system of corrections
Step Five – Develop a Code of Safe Practices
Step Six – Establish a system of communication with employees
Step Seven – Implement an employee training program
Step Eight – Obtain and post all required forms and notices
Step Nine – Initiate a safety maintenance program
Each step and the documents for each step are described separately in;
1. The full intro-and directions on how to set this program up for your office.
2. Folder 1.This folder also has the Table of Contents (pages 2-5) and Instructions
3. Folder 2.Is the Manual itself with the actual documents you will be using
to get your Illness and Injury Prevention Program underway.
Folder 3. Has the government documents used for reporting work-related injuries
All forms are included as part of this CD and are printable.
The Cal-OSHA is responsible for enforcing laws and regulations pertaining
to workplace safety and health and for providing assistance to employers and
workers about workplace safety and health issues.
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