Do I need a Construction Safety Manual?
A comprehensive construction safety manual is required by OSHA. Safety in construction is important. Construction sites and construction related firms are expected to have and implement an Injury Illness and Prevention Program (IIPP). Every employer shall adopt a written construction safety plan. The new law increases penalties to employers that violate the Occupational Safety and Health Laws to as much as $15,000 for a failure to abate and up to $25,000 for a serious violation. Records must be kept for at least three years, and often times up to six.
California OSHA laws are the most meticulous, we follow California guidelines to make your safety manual the most comprehensive you will find. Our basic construction site safety manual includes the administration chapters that OSHA requires plus some basic construction related high hazard chapters. We’ll do the work for you, just fill out our customize form – we will assemble your safety manual for you. If you’re in a hurry, or just need a few chapters, then simply choose what chapters you need from our instant download page.