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Whether preparing for an upcoming inspection or you just want to maintain a safer and more healthful work environment, our compliance books will provide the information you need.


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OSHA Inspections: Preparation and Response (2nd Edition Update)
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This reference guide, written by a former OSHA compliance officer, is a must-have resource on employer rights and responsibilities when dealing with what some might perceive as an adversarial OSHA relationship.
The Executive's Guide to Safety
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The Executive’s Guide to Safety: An Action Plan that Benefits Your Employees and the Bottom Line addresses all the components of a Safety Management System and explains why an effective Safety Management System is critical to the success of any organization.
Beyond Workers' Comp: A Human Resources Guide to Building Safety into Your Organization
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Written specifically for the human resources professional, Beyond Workers’ Comp is packed with useful hands-on information guiding the professional in integrating safety into each aspect of job activities.
Exit/Emergency Fire Plans Participant Guide
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Covers Emergency Plans & Fire Prevention Regulation 1910.33-39 Subpart E, alarms, evacuation methods, training, and fire prevention.
Fire Protection Facilitator Kit
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Covers OSHA Fire Protection Regulation 1910.155–165 Subpart L, basic precautions, equipment and protective wear, automatic sprinkler and fixed fire extinguishing systems, and fire detection and alarm systems. Includes one Facilitator CD and five Participant Guides.
Intro to OSHA Facilitator Kit
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Covers how OSHA is organized, employer and employee rights and responsibilities, and the scope of the 29 CFR 1910 standards for general industry. Kit includes: one Facilitator CD, five Participant Guides, and two OSHA1910 CFR General Industry Guidelines.
Intro to OSHA Participant Guide
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Covers the scope of the 29 CFR 1910 General Industry Standards, describes how OSHA is organized, and explains employer and employee rights and responsibilities.