Safety & Health
Protecting workers is a number-one priority for the printing industry. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration 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 and health programs!
From Written Program templates, to 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. Need information on COVID-19? This is your one stop shop. Fact sheets on adopted state regulations, resources for sanitation protocols, and more are available to members!
OSHA Compliance Resources
Whether you are looking for information on how to avoid OSHA violations or how to develop a lockout/tagout program, PRINTING United Alliance can help. Our resources provide an excellent foundation and the Government Affairs staff 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.
Safety Recognition Program
Thank you for your interest in our program. The Safety Recognition Program is suspended for 2022. Please check back next year for a new and improved program offering!
Safe and Sound
PRINTING United Alliance has become a partner with OSHA to promote participation in OSHA’s annual Safe and Sound Week. Each August, OSHA holds their Safe and Sound Week in which they focus on safety and provide general resources for safety improvement in the workplace through Management Leadership, Worker Engagement, and Finding and Fixing Hazards. PRINTING United Alliance has enhanced the program by creating a printing industry specific program and those companies that complete three tasks in 30 days, qualify for recognition by OSHA.