Workplace Safety Manual by Cougar Gulch Group

The Workplace Safety Manual is more than a manual – it is an education. The categories in this manual encompass general industries and construction operations. We can affordably adapt this manual to your workplace. We can also aid with your ISN certification. Purchase one copy; review it; then contact Dean to fit this manual to your business.

We are always working on updates to this manual. So, if you know of a chapter you need that is not yet included, let us know. We will be happy to accommodate your needs. In most cases, there is little or no extra charge.

Most safety administration companies want to sell you a CD for $200. Then you have to hire them or someone else to fill in the blanks and fit the manual to your business. Furthermore, using this service or an online manual leaves your company exposed for neglecting broader compliance issues.

Don’t take chances with worker safety – pickup your copy of Workplace Safety Manual and compare it to any other product on the market. You will be glad you did.

Click this link to download the brochure (pdf file)

Click this link to the Workplace Safety Manual v1.5 by Cougar Gulch Group – on Lulu.com

Get your copy and then call Dean for a consultation for your business – 208-699-6877

Here is a list of categories covered in the Workplace Safety Manual v1.3
Statement Of Safety Goals
Program Outline And Responsibilities
Employee Safety Bulletin Board
Abrasive Blasting
Accident Investigation
Blasting And Explosives
Bloodborne Pathogens
Chemical Hazard: Benzene
Chemical Hazard: Hydrogen Sulfide (HS)
Chemical Hazard: Lead
Clothing And Jewelry
Concrete And Masonry Construction
Confined Space Practices
Demolition
Discipline And Termination
Electrical Safety – GFCI
Emergency Response – Fire Prevention
Ergonomics Protection Program (EPP)
Fall Protection
Forklifts And Materials Handling
Framing – Residential Construction
Guardrails, Handrails And Covers
Hazard Communication – MSDS
Hazwoper – Emergency Response
Heavy Equipment
Housekeeping
Ladder Safety
Lockout – Tagout (LOTO)
Machinery And Tools
Mobile Lifting Devices And Cranes
Mobile Manlifts And Work Platforms
Motor Vehicle Operation
Noise Exposure – Hearing Conservation
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Reporting An Injury Or Near Miss
Reporting Unsafe Conditions
Rigging Equipment
Roof Construction
Safety Committee
Safety Meetings
Scaffold Use
Spray Finishes And Dip Tanks
Steel Erection
Substance Abuse
Traffic Control
Tree Trimming & Removal [Logging]
Trenching And Shoring
Welding, Cutting And Hot Work
Workplace Violence
Appendix A – Safety At Home And Play

About the author: Dean Isaacson

General contractor since 1975 (currently with Idaho Contractor). Previously held Certified Safety Administrator status from the National Association of Safety Professionals. Expert witness and forensics in construction related cases. Will help you with project management and marketing. We do cold calls and trade shows.

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