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<p> Our <b><i>OSHA Guide for the Construction Industry</i></b> makes your job easier by providing construction employers with the basic tools for a safer worksite. The <b><i>Guide</i></b> focuses on those standards most frequently overlooked and violated by employers in the construction industry, including a list of the top 20 most-violated construction industry standards. </p> <p> Informative and easy-to-understand, the <b><i>Guide</i></b> includes pertinent safety checklists and forms, plus a directory of state and federal health and safety agencies. Other topics discussed include: </p> <ul> <li> The decision reversing over 30 years of enforcement precedent by giving general contractors a possible defense against "controlling employer" liability under the multi-employer doctrine </li> <li> Hazard Communication and an explanation of Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs) within the context of the HazCom Standard </li> <li> Separate, in-depth chapters on excavation and trenching, asbestos, fall protection, and scaffolds </li> <li> Checklist of commonly required safety plans and six sample plans that can be copied and used, plus a CD of these six plans with interactive features that allow users to modify, save, and print the following plans using Microsoft Word: <ul> <li> Emergency Action </li> <li> Excavation and Trenching </li> <li> Fall Protection for Residential Construction </li> <li> General Health and Safety for Construction </li> <li> Hazard Assessment and PPE </li> <li> Hazard Communication </li> </ul> </li> <li> Updated and expanded training chapter that explains how to identify training needs, gives an overview of OSHA training fundamentals, and summarizes training requirements by topic </li> <li> Digest of OSHA construction industry standards, including discussion of OSHA's new rule on assigned protection factors for respiratory protection, including the effect of the rule on the Asbestos Standard </li> <li> Recordkeeping, reporting, and posting requirements, including sample 300 and 301 logs, along with discussion, instructions, and exemptions </li> </ul>
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