Lumber and Building Material Dealer Industry
The lumber and building material dealer industry provides goods and services to home building and professional contractors. General safety and health issues exist in the industry including recordkeeping, ergonomic stress, warehousing, powered industrial truck safety and machine guarding.
The lumber and building material dealer industry is not addressed in specific OSHA standards.
Safety and Health Programs
Provides references to assist in developing a safety and health program for the lumber and building material dealer industry.
Provides links and references to additional resources related to the lumber and building material dealer industry.
- Grocery Warehousing - Ergonomics. OSHA eTool. Identifies hazards and solutions that apply to the lumber and building material dealer industry, although it was developed for the grocery warehousing industry.
- Lockout-Tagout Interactive Training Program. OSHA eTool. Includes a tutorial explaining the Lockout/Tagout standard in a question and answer format, a list of Hot Topics discussing major issues related to the standard, and seven interactive case studies.
- Machine Guarding. OSHA eTool. Focuses on recognizing and controlling common amputation hazards associated with the operation and use of certain types of machines.