Home » J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. introduces new industry-specific OSHA compliance manuals regulatory guidance for the transportation, healthcare, warehousing and retail industries.
J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc., the nation’s leading provider of safety and regulatory compliance solutions, has introduced four new industry-specific publications to help safety professionals comply with the complex OSHA regulations that apply to their operations.
Focusing on employer responsibilities, each publication explains the OSHA requirements as they apply to the respective industry, including inspections, training provisions and recordkeeping requirements. Each features sample forms, compliance checklists, FAQs, written safety plans, implementation tips and J. J. Keller® ez Explanations™ summaries to aid in understanding of applicable regulations.
The publications’ topics reflect the most common hazards for personnel:
OSHA Compliance for Transportation covers electrical safety, emergency planning/response, hazard communication, powered industrial trucks, tire/rim servicing, walking-working surfaces and 37 more topics.
OSHA Compliance for Healthcare covers bloodborne pathogens, laboratories, patient handling, radiation, sanitation, walking-working surfaces and 42 more topics.
OSHA Compliance for Warehousing covers aerial lifts, chemicals, dipping and coating, ergonomics-back safety, hazard communication, personal protective equipment and 51 more topics.
OSHA Compliance for Retail covers ergonomics, hand/power tools, hazard communication, machine guarding, powered industrial trucks, workplace violence and 39 more topics.
The transportation publication is available in both print and online editions. The healthcare, warehousing and retail publications are available in online editions. Each online edition provides access to the content from anywhere, using a web browser and mobile device, and includes not only the industry-specific compliance information but also customizable safety plans, checklists and forms.
For all four publications, an update service is available to ensure that safety professionals can stay current on any changes to the OSHA regulations.
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