Construction Safety Auditing Made Easy

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Government Institutes, 2006 - Business & Economics - 442 pages
This newly updated edition provides safety professionals with a methodical process for performing effective safety audits of their workplaces to ensure compliance with the federal OSHA regulations. Referencing the most current regulations available, this book uses a series of detailed checklists to help construction safety veterans and novices conduct self audits to determine deficiencies, achieve compliance, and maintain a safe working environment. All checklists are based on federal Occupational Safety and Health Act requirements, and topics covered include the most commonly cited standards, the most frequently overlooked standards, and the workplace activities most likely to incur accidents and injuries. Checklists also include recommended practices, printed in italics for easy identification. Construction Safety Auditing Made Easy's user-friendly format allows readers to quickly determine where compliance problems exist for the principal issues most construction sites face. It also enables readers to determine their company's level of compliance with the regulations and the effectiveness of their programs using the author's own rating system.

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The Checklists
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Battery Management
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Carcinogenic and Toxic Dusts and Fumes
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