Looking for FREE Safety Manual Downloads?

Rather put it together yourself? Just need a safety plan template to help you get started? Look below for some safety manual free downloads.

You will need document compression software. You can download for free; 7zip, winzip or  WinRar. Some files require Adobe Acrobat. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have difficulty with any downloads. We’d be happy to send them to you directly if needed.

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OSHA’s Construction Safety Handbook

Nearly 6.5 million people work at approximately 252,000 construction sites across the nation on any given day.

The fatal injury rate for the construction industry is higher than the national average in this category for all industries.

This is mean to be used as a tool, it is not meant to be used in place of your IIPP and/or safety manual.

OSHA’s Small Business Handbook

This handbook is provided to owners, proprietors and managers of small businesses by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), an agency of the U.S. Department of Labor

The handbook should help small business employers meet the legal requirements imposed by the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970.

This is mean to be used as a tool, it is not meant to be used in place of your IIPP and/or safety manual.

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CAL OSHA IIPP

Every California employer must establish, implement and maintain a written Injury and Illness Prevention Program and a copy must be maintained at each workplace or at a central worksite if the employer has non-fixed worksites. This document is meant to be used as a tool to help you develop your plan.

Heat Illness Poster

Heat stress can move to heat stroke, a life-threatening medical emergency, quickly when the body’s natural cooling system breaks down and causes the body core temperature to rise and overheat the brain. Some of the symptoms of heat stroke are immense thirst, severe headaches, disorientation, dry/hot skin (no sweating) and possibly collapse.

HEAT-RELATED ILLNESS

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Toolbox Talks

These toolbox talks are in English and Spanish, 80 in each language.

The files are in Microsoft Word, so may be viewed and printed as is or customized with your company's information.

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OSHA Safety Signage

Safety signs and signals are required where, despite putting in place all other relevant measures, a significant risk to the health and safety of employees and others remains.

Signs must be clear and legible and should be used to identify actions that are prohibited (eg no access), safeguards that must be followed (eg ear protection must be worn), warning of a hazard (eg corrosive material) and to direct towards fire exits/equipment or first-aid equipment.

You should avoid using too many signs which may cause confusion.

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OSHA 300 Log

All employers required to maintain the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's 300 Logs for workplace injuries and illnesses must post their 2013 annual summary by February 1, 2014, utilizing the annual summary form (form 300A). you can get this form on the OSHA website at www.osha.gov. You need to do this even if you don't have recordable illness or injury.

Outreach Training Programs

Outreach Training Website
OSHA Outreach Trainers is a free website that assists workers looking for 10-and 30-hour outreach training classes. OSHA encourages authorized outreach trainers to add their trainer profile and training schedules to the site. The site allows those seeking outreach training to search for trainers and schedules based on type of training and proximity.