OSHA Preparedness Resource Guide
A Brief Introduction to OSHA and the Typical Regulatory Requirements
When employees work in a safe and healthy operation, the business enjoys many benefits. They experience lower workers’ compensation insurance costs, reduced medical expenditures, decreased payout for return-to-work programs, and lower costs for job accommodations for injured workers. There are also indirect benefits such as increased productivity, lower costs for training replacement workers, improved employee morale, as well as decreased costs for overtime.
This guide serves as a tool for the first step in building a safe and compliant workplace operation —identifying what OSHA regulations apply to your specific printing operation. It provides an overview of Federal OSHA’s General Industry regulations that affect the printing industry and basic compliance information.
This is a valuable reference tool to share with those who are just being introduced to safety and OSHA regulations. For the more experienced, it can serve as a refresher of basic regulations.
The OSHA Preparedness Resource Guide includes:
- Safety and Health Standards
- Recording and Reporting Rules
- Most-Often-Cited OSHA Standards
- Typical OSHA Standards for Printing Operations
- OSHA Required Training
- OSHA State Programs
- Safety Compliance Mini-Checklist
- Helpful Resources
Take a look at all the other resources developed with you, the print facility in mind. From safety posters to written program templates, we have you covered! Questions? Contact email@example.com.
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