Safety & Health

Protecting workers is a number-one priority for the printing industry. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and their state counterparts continue to expand industry and site-specific targeted inspection programs that include printing operations. It pays to be aware of what you need to do to implement a safety and health program. Take advantage of PRINTING United Alliance's information and services to integrate safety into your workplace and update your Safety_Resourcessafety and health programs!

Safety Resources

From written programs, policy templates to safety posters — we’ve got you covered! On this page, you will find resources to build a robust safety and health program from the bottom up. This is your one-stop shop, including fact sheets, resources, and more.

OSHA Compliance Resources

OSHA_ComplianceWhether you are looking for information on how to avoid OSHA violations or how to develop a lockout/tagout program, the Alliance can help. Our resources provide an excellent foundation and the Government Affairs team is available to answer your questions. If you need more in-depth assistance, our EHS Consultants are available for in-person facility visits to assist with any environmental, safety, and health problems you may be facing or want more information about.

OSHA Safe + Sound Week

Safe_and_SoundThe Alliance partner's with OSHA to promote participation in the annual Safe + Sound Week. The week is a nationwide event held each August that recognizes the successes of workplace health and safety programs and offers information and ideas on how to keep America's workers safe. The Alliance created a printing industry specific program in which companies completing three (3) tasks within 30 days qualify for recognition by OSHA.