The Michigan OSHA Compliance Guide focuses on the most commonly violated MIOSHA standards for general industry; it incorporates checklists for an employer to perform self-audits and has sample written safety plans to help employers implement MIOSHA standards.
The Guide provides employers with the knowledge and the framework for a safer work environment. Key topics in this edition of the Guide include:
- MIOSHA Overview Chapter, with sections on employer and employee rights and responsibilities; in-depth discussion of who is responsible for the safety of leased and temporary employees; methods to obtain compliance assistance, and more
- Extensive coverage of Michigan’s Hazard Communication (Employee Right-to-Know) Standard that explains Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) requirements in relation to the Hazard Communication Standard
- Five sample written safety plans that an employer can copy and use, plus a Checklist of Commonly Required Plans. Plans included in the Guide are: Emergency Action, General Safety and Health, Hazard Communication, Hazard Assessment and PPE, and Workplace Violence Prevention
- MIOSHA training requirements with general discussions of over 50 specific topics, along with a Chart of Periodic Training and Certification Requirements
- Comprehensive analysis and discussion of MIOSHA recordkeeping, posting, and reporting requirements
- Over 60 safety inspection checklists incorporating MIOSHA standards
- Short summaries of more than 100 MIOSHA safety standards for general industry, including citations
- Top 20 MIOSHA Violations list and a directory of Michigan safety agencies
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