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Our quality products and supplies are developed to help the licensed contractor and their employees be safe and in compliance OSHA and EPA regulations. Whether you need U.S. approved testing kits, safety meeting manuals, lead paint documentation forms, we have these and more to serve your needs.


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Increase Your Workplace Safety and Productivity. Our Safety Meeting Manuals are an essential part of Construction Site Safety Management!


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Select Your Trade Specific Safety Meeting Manual…

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Safety Manual for FREE!

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Receive a 24 Week Drivers Safety Meeting Manual FREE, a $99 value.

Our Safety Meeting Manuals includes 52 safety topics with “sign off” sheets to demonstrate OSHA compliance. These pre-written outlines are excellent for your meetings. Relevant, informative and helpful, each topic only takes 5 to 10 minutes to deliver. The most popular trades are also available in Spanish.

The Driver Safety Manual will help your company’s bottom line. Help lower fleet maintenance costs, fewer employee injuries and down time.
Lower Liability & Work Comp Insurance Rates
Reduce Property and Vehicle Damage
Avoid Employee Injury, Down Time and Traffic Violations
Available in Spanish Language
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Developing a strong safety culture is important for maintaining an accident-free workplace. We offer over 15 Trade Specific Safety Meeting Manuals, developed for your specific industry needs.

  • Flooring Contractors
  • Framers
  • General Construction
  • Contratista General
  • Janitorial & Cleaning
  • Servicios de Limpieza
  • Landscapers
  • Masons
  • Painters
  • Plumbers
  • Remodelers
  • Roofing
  • Siding Companies

Conducting safety meetings is an effective way to instill a strong safety culture, avoid frivolous lawsuits and OSHA Fines. It sends a clear message that every day starts with safety. Safety meetings play a vital role in communicating hazards and training your workers.

Safety Meetings Information Training –
Why It’s Worth It!

Running OSHA safety meetings time after time can lose some of the spark as an effective training tool. We’ve all been to safety meetings that missed the mark—topics were not pertinent, sessions ran too long, disorganization ruled—and we’ve seen safety training forgotten as soon as the meeting was over. How can we avoid safety meetings that don’t work? What can we do to get the most effective training for the time, energy, and dollars spent in safety training?

Here are some tactics when running outstanding safety meetings…

Carefully time the length of meetings. If you hold meetings once a month, keep the length at 30-45 minutes; once a week, keep –it 30 minutes or less with 20 minutes as the ideal length. The longest meetings should run no more than an hour.
For construction work, have short, informal tailgate safety meetings of 5, 10, or 15 minutes before work once a week, with a –longer talk at least once a month or at the start of each phase of the construction project.
Schedule topics over a long period—a year is most common. The schedule provides reasonable deadlines for the trainer and –helps others plan their working days.
Select meeting topics on the basis of 1) a review of the most recent types of accidents and near-accidents, 2) related corporate –safety goals, 3) any particular subjects that need to be covered from a legal or insurance standpoint, and 4) your basic list of –safety topics to be reviewed.
Occasionally, have the senior management person at the location open the meeting and sit in—it’s a sign of commitment.
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Why Are Safety Meetings Important?

Without constant reminders about safety, we all tend to forget, get sloppy, take risks, and have accidents. Safety meetings are a great refresher, and keep your employees updated with changes in the regulations, safety procedures, equipment, personal protective equipment (PPE), and job assignments and responsibilities. Refresher training is also sometimes required by law, and having a pre-planned weekly meeting is a convenient way to go over required training.

Manual includes: “52 OSHA –
required Safety & General Safety Topics”

Educate Workers on Potential Hazards and Prevent Work-Related Injuries
The informative topics are intended for use in on-the-job safety training meetings to educate workers on potential hazards and –prevent work-related injuries and illnesses.
A record of the safety meeting includes: Date, safety topic, attendee’s signatures, recommendations or additional comments.
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Contractors, Our Trade Manuals Include 52 OSHA Required Safety & General Safety Topics. Bring Awareness to Workers about Potential Hazards. Help Prevent Work-Related Injuries. Implement Safety Conscience Environment


Carpet Companies
Concrete Contractors
Drywall Contractors

Janitorial & Cleaning Companies


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Need to conduct your Safety Meetings but you just don’t know where to start or have the time to research the topics and put your meetings together?

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Safety training is essential for the reduction of accident/incident rates and the occurrence of injury in our workplaces.

Our fundamental goal is to provide contractors with products to manage workplace safety more effectively. Our Safety Meeting Manual offers 52 safety topics (1 year) that will play a major part in your continued effort to create an increased awareness of safety hazards present in your workplace or job sites and the precautions which must be taken to eliminate or control them while also allowing you to provide updates on recent incidents.



Safety Meetings are an essential part of Construction Site Safety Management!

Why do I need to conduct Safety Meetings? Safety Meetings not only play a vital role in communicating hazards & training your workers as they are an Essential part of Construction Safety Management.

Does OSHA Require Safety Meetings?  Yes, OSHA requires Contractors to conduct Safety Meetings on a regular basis and record the attendance.

Why should I use this Safety Meeting Manual? The Benefit of utilizing this manual is the ease of use as well as the practicality of having this important resource with 52 ready to use safety topics. Allowing you to get workers trained, easily document your training/attendance and get right back to your job site in just a few short minutes

Is your Safety Meeting Manual OSHA approved? No, OSHA does not approve or disapprove of companies that provide Safety Meetings. However, all topics included in our safety meeting manual do meet Federal & State OSHA requirements.

Does having this manual guarantee full OSHA compliance? No, the use and implementation of the Safety Meeting manual does not guarantee that hazards or other safety issues do not exist in your jobsite. Compliance with Local, State or Federal regulations that may be applicable to your location or operation including identifying and correcting hazards in your jobsite is the sole responsibility of the customer.

How often should I conduct Safety Meetings? The answer varies depending on the type of work you do, your state’s specific OSHA requirements, and your project/job-site requirements. As a rule-of-thumb we suggest that you hold regular safety meetings no less than once per week.
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Your Trade Specific Safety Meeting Manual
Only $249

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FREE(English or Spanish, $99 Value)

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The Driver Safety Manual Will Help Your Company’s
Bottom Line…

  • Lower Liability & Work Comp Insurance Rates
  • Reduce Property and Vehicle Damage
  • Avoid Employee Injury and Traffic Violations
  • Reduce Employee Down Time
  • Vehicle Inspections
  • Overall help your company’s bottom line

If you have employees driving your company vehicles or their own vehicles for company business; you need this driver Safety Meeting Manual. It makes sense for your company to hold these brief meetings because in the long run they will help lower fleet maintenance costs, and lead to fewer employee injuries and down time.


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Safety Program (IIPP)
(Customized with Company’s Name)

This Safety Program informs the importance of a safe and healthy work environment for your employees, subcontractors and other affected by your tasks. It complies with all applicable OSHA standards.

Contractor In A Box

Recordkeeping & Proper Documentation is a Critical Requirement of the EPA’s RRP Rule. Contractors who disturb lead painted surfaces are required to provide Pre & Post Renovation Documentation.

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