Health & Safety Programs

Are you in need of a written health and safety program?  Most of OSHA’s standards require that the employer has a written program that covers what aspects are covered by the program, what are the processes involved, what kind of training will be conducted, how often the training is conducted, and dates of revisions.

These programs can be very generic in nature or extremely detailed and are highly dependant on what the organization does. Some of OSHA’s Standards that require written programs include:

  • Bloodborne Pathogens,
  • Confined Space
  • Emergency Response Plan
  • Exit Routes & Rally Points
  • Fire Safety
  • First Aid
  • Lock Out / Tag Out