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Useful Resources for Developing Outreach Training - Managing Safety and Health

May include Injury and Illness Prevention Programs, job site inspections, accident prevention programs, management commitment and employee involvement, worksite analysis, hazard prevention and control, accident investigations, how to conduct safety meetings, and supervisory communication.

General Resources

Publications, Fact Sheets, and PowerPoint Presentations

  • Safety and Health Add Value. OSHA Publication 3180, PDF*. Describes how safety and health add value to your business, your workplace, and your life.
  • Small Business Handbook. OSHA Publication 2209-02R (2005), PDF*. Helps small employers establish their own safety and health programs.
  • Job Hazard Analysis Guide. OSHA Publication 3071 (2002) PDF*. Explains what a job hazard analysis is and offers guidelines to help you conduct your own step-by-step analysis.
  • Effective Workplace Safety and Health Management Systems Fact Sheet, (2008) PDF*.
  • Voluntary Safety and Health Program Management Guidelines Fact Sheet, (2005) PDF*.
  • Safety and Health Programs Training. Presentations and lesson plans to assist trainers conducting an OSHA 10-hour general industry training.
  • Elements of an Effective Safety and Health Program. OSHA Slide Presentation, (1989). Also available as a PPT*.
  • Grantee Produced Training Materials. Search under "Safety & Health Management Systems" or "Safety & Health Programs".

*Accessibility Assistance: Contact the OSHA Directorate of Training and Education at (847) 759-7700 for assistance accessing PDF and PPT materials.

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