The OSHA Answer Book 12th Edition
There are many books written about OSHA but none that cover all this information in just one place. Every employer will want a copy of the new 12th edition, completely re-written, revised and updated with all the latest information.
In the past 12 years, this book has sold more than 150,000 copies! The OSHA Answer Book is your one-stop resource designed to provide you with quick answers to complicated issues. This book is a must-have for any business that wants to comply with OSHA Regulations and the new 12th edition includes:
- OSHA Recordkeeping - more than 100 new pages of recordkeeping materials
- New requirements for protecting workers from Hexavalent Chromium exposure
- New chapter on OSHA's response to protecting workers in the U.S. Gulf Coast
- The new Injury and Illness Prevention Program
- How OSHA decides to inspect workplaces and why the average penalties are 10 times higher than in previous years!
- The new addition to the OSHA 300 Column
- New additions to both Acetylene and Electrical standards
Table Of Contents:
WHAT IS THE OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ACT
- History of OSHA
- Who Must Observe The Law?
- What Does the Law Require?
- What Are Our OSHA Compliance Obligations?
- Are OSHA State Plans Standards different than Federal OSHA Standards?
- What are the OSHA Standards?
- Small Business Exemptions
- Multiple Employers
- Complying with OSHA Requirements
- General Duty Clause
- Hazardous Material Requirements
- Identity of the Hazardous Chemicals
- MSDS Sheets
- Communicating Information about Hazards
- Posting Forms
- OSHA Compliance Requirements By Industry
- Must I Have A Copy of the Standards on Hand?
- How Can I Find Specific OSHA Standards?
Timeline of OSHA's 43 Year History
- Where it all started
- First OSHA Standard
- OSHA Training Institute
- First OSHA State Plans
- Construction Safety Standards
- Diving Standard
- Fourteen Carcinogens Standards
- Vinyl Chloride Standard
- Kepone Chemical Disaster
- On-site Consultation Program
- OSHA Issues Coke Oven Emissions Standard
- OSHA Lead Standard
- OSHA Coverage for Federal Workers
- Right to Access Worker Medical & Exposure Records
- Ethylene Oxide Rule Issued
- Bhopal Disaster
- Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Standard
- Bloodborne Pathogens Standard
- Protecting Healthcare Workers
- Hazard Communication-GHS Standard
WHAT ARE THE OSHA'S GENERAL INDUSTRY STANDARDS
- Subpart D – Walking-Working Surfaces
- Subpart E – Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans and Fire Prevention
- Subpart F – Powered Platforms Subpart G – Health and Environmental Controls
- Subpart H – Hazardous Materials
- Subpart I – Personal Protective Equipment
- Subpart J – General Environmental Controls
- Subpart K – Medical and First Aid
- Subpart L – Fire Protection
- Subpart M – Compressed Gas/Compressed Air Equipment
- Subpart N – Materials Handling and storage
- Subpart O – Machinery and Machine Guarding
- Subpart P – Hand Tools/Portable Power Tools and Compressed Air
- Subpart Q – Welding, Cutting and Brazing
- Subpart R – Special Industries
- Subpart S – Electrical
- Subpart T – Commercial Diving Operations
- Subpart Z – Toxic and Hazardous Substances
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