Helping you create a safe
workplace environment

Whether your business is large or small, providing a safe and
healthy work environment is not just important for your
business, it’s the law. Even where a safety program is not
required, there are still regulations that outline what you must
do to protect your employees from illness, injury, or even death.

Customized Fall Protection Program

Fall Protection Program and Training will ensure that you comply with OSHA regulations and are ready when they visit your job site.

State Specific
Working above 6 feet? OSHA requires that you have a written Fall Protection Program that has been developed specifically for your states’ requirements. Your customized program includes 25 JHA’s to be used as safety site inspections.

• Customized with Your Company name
• “25” Job Hazard Analysis (JHA’s)

As of June 16th, 2012 OSHA is now requiring all companies whose workers work on elevated areas to have a Company Fall Protection Program. In addition, each Company must design a Fall Protection Plans for specific jobs/risks not covered in their Fall Protection Programs. Our manual provides you with a Customized Fall Protection Program for your company that is State Specific and we give you the Fall Protection Plan worksheets to help you develop your job specific Fall Protection Plans.

The Fall Protection is generally printed and shipped in 7-10 business days from date of order.

There are currently 22 States and jurisdictions operating complete State plans, while the remaining are operating under the Federal plan (5 states or territories have exceptions for the public employees.

Alabama, American Samoa, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, D.C., Florida, Georgia, Guam, Idaho, Kansas, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Marianas, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Texas, West Virginia, Wisconsin
Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oregon, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Wyoming
The following 5 States fall under a special Developmental OSHA Plan whereby the Private Sector is regulated by the Federal Plan, and the Public Employees and Volunteers are regulated by a State Specific Plan.
Connecticut, Illinois, New Jersey, New York, and the US Virgin Islands
De Minimis A technical violation of an OSHA standard that poses no direct threat to the health or safety of employees. For example, ladder rungs 13 inches apart rather than 12 inches required by the standard would generally be characterized as a De Minimis violation. De Minimis Violations
Carry No Penalty
Other-Than-Serious A violation that has a direct relationship to job safety and health, but probably would not cause death or serious physical harm. OSHA may assess a penalty from $0 to $1,000 for each violation. The agency may adjust a penalty for an Other-Than-Serious violation downward by as much as 95 percent, depending on the employer’s good faith (demonstrate efforts to comply with the Act), history of previous violations, and size of business. Minimum: $0
Maximum: $1,000
Serious A violation where there is a substantial probability that death or serious physical harm could result. OSHA assesses the penalty for a serious violation from $1,500 to $7,000 depending on the gravity of the violation. OSHA may adjust a penalty for a serious violation downward based on the employer’s good faith, history of previous violations, and size of business. Minimum: $1,500
Maximum: $7,000
Willful A violation that the employer intentionally and knowingly commits. The employer is aware that a hazardous condition exists, knows that the condition violates a standard or other obligations of the Act, and makes no reasonable effort to eliminate it. OSHA may propose penalties of up to $70,000 for each willful violation. The minimum willful penalty is $5,000. When a willful violation is deemed to be ‘egregious’ then OSHA can apply willful violation limits found of for every violation found or for every employee exposed to hazards. Minimum: $5,000
Maximum: $70,000
Willful (Criminal) An employer and responsible management individuals convicted in a criminal proceeding of a willful violation of a standard that has resulted in the death of an employee may be fined up to $250,000 for individuals and $500,000 for a corporation or imprisoned up to 6 months, or both. A second conviction doubles the possible term of imprisonment. Individuals:
$250,000 + 6 months jail
$500,000 + 6-month jail
Willful (Egregious Multiplier) Willful penalties are applied on a violation-by violation basis or employee by employee exposure
Repeated A violation of any standard, regulation, rule, or order where, on re-inspection, a substantially similar violation is found, and the original citation has become a final order. Violations can bring a fine or up to $70,000 for each such violation within the previous 3 years. To calculate repeated violations, OSHA adjusts the initial penalty for the size and then multiplies by a factor of 2, 5, or 10 depending on the size of the business. Maximum: $7,000
Failure-to-Abate Failure to correct a prior violation may bring civil penalty of up to $7,000 for each day that the violation continues beyond the prescribed abatement date. Maximum: $7,000/day
Falsifying records or making false statements $10,000 fine or up to
6 months jail or both
Violating Posting Requirements (failure to post OSHA poster, OSHA 300 Annual summary, citations, etc.) Maximum: $7,000
Failure to report fatality/catastrophic event within 8 Hours Minimum: $5,000
Providing advance notice of inspection $1,000 fine or up to
6 months jail or both

Trade-Specific Safety Meeting Manuals Developed for Your Specific Industry Needs

Raise awareness and create a culture of safety first.

Educating your workers on safety topics is pivotal to the success of your safety program. It’s how you keep people safe, maximize efficiency, and stay out of trouble with OSHA & EPA and other regulatory authorities.

Safety meetings ensure every member of your team understands the importance of safety. Our safety meetings will make it easy to keep your workforce trained on important topics.

Safety Meeting Manuals

Safety Meeting Manuals – Our Safety Meeting Manuals include 52 Safety Topics to help train your workers on potential risks and prevent work-related injuries and illnesses, and will help you stay in compliance with OSHA.

Having planned meetings is a convenient way to review required training. The topics will help raise awareness among your workers about potential hazards to prevent work-related injuries while implementing a safety-conscious environment.

Our manuals include record sheets to document the date, safety topic, attendees’ signatures, and any additional recommendations or comments. These records should be filed for the duration of each worker’s employment. This way, you can demonstrate compliance to an OSHA inspector or other regulatory authority.

Why are safety meetings important?

Without constant reminders about safety, we tend to forget, be careless, take risks, and have accidents. Safety meetings are a great reminder and keep your employees updated on changes in regulations, safety procedures, personal protective equipment (PPE), and job assignments and responsibilities.

Effective safety meetings ensure that workers, managers, and leaders remain safe, informed, and aligned with safety protocols in the workplace. Remember that if you are a business owner, manager, or supervisor, then safety training is part of your job.

How often should safety meetings be held?

The answer depends on the needs of your company and workforce. Schedule your safety meetings regularly, so that employees get used to them as part of the work routine. Try to hold your meetings in a comfortable and distraction-free location. Choose a time that does not interrupt work activities and when everyone is most alert to pay attention.

Customized Safety Program

The Safety Program is a core program that sets out your company’s safety policies & procedures. Our safety professionals will work with you to identify your safety program needs in order to create your own customized plan that includes your policies and procedures which meets OSHA safety standards based upon your risk exposures.

This Safety Program is customized with Your Company Name on the cover, and includes:

  • General Safety and Health Program
  • Occupational Health and Environmental Controls
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Cranes, Rigging, and Suspended Platforms
  • Electrical
  • Excavation
  • Fall Protection
  • Fire Protection & Prevention Program
  • Painting & Paint Removal Equipment
  • Respiratory Program
  • Scaffolding & Ladder Program

The purpose of the Safety Program is to prevent and reduce injuries in the workplace. The goal of the program is to improve and promote safety and health in the workplace and reduce the costs associated with the treatment of those injuries through proper management and employee involvement in your safety program.

Physical Printed & Digital versions available.

*Not available in California