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Appendix D. Alliance Product Guidelines Summary Table

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Appendix D.
Alliance Product Guidelines Summary Table


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Product TypeProduct DescriptionExamplesProduct LocationExtent of OSHA ReviewApproved Logo Usea

OSHA

OSHA products include eTools b and Safety and Health Topics Pages c developed and funded by OSHA with input from stakeholders.

Ammonia Refrigeration eTool

OSHA products are posted on the OSHA Web at www.osha.gov

OSHA products must be reviewed and approved by OSHA's National, Regional, and the Solicitor of Labor Offices. OSHA Logo Alliance Logo

Chemical Reactivity Hazards

General Industry Quick Start

Heat Stress Quick Card™ (PDF)

Alliance

Alliance products include tip sheets and manuals developed and funded by Alliance participants with input from OSHA.

Ergonomics for Supervisors Manual for the Apparel and Footwear Industries

Alliance products may be posted on the Alliance participant's Web site. These products can be accessed through the OSHA Web site via an "external link disclaimer."

OSHA's Office of Outreach Services and Alliances and other OSHA subject matter experts will provide feedback on Alliance products.

Alliance Logo

Professional Landcare Network Safety Tip Sheets

a The OSHA Alliance Program logo reflects that a product was developed as part of the OSHA Alliance Program for informational purposes only. It does not necessarily reflect the official views of OSHA or the U.S. Department of Labor (USDOL) and should not be construed as an endorsement of the entity, its products or services. Please visit Guidance for the use of the Alliance logo.

b eTools are "stand-alone," interactive, Web-based training tools on occupational safety and health topics. They are highly illustrated and utilize graphical menus. Some also use expert system modules, which enable the user to answer questions, and receive reliable advice on how OSHA regulations apply to their work site.

c OSHA Safety and Health Topics provide users with relevant reference materials including standards, directives, and training materials. Pages about hazards describe ways to recognize, evaluate and control the hazard. Pages about industries describe the hazards in the industry and how to control them.

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