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INDUSTRIAL SAFETY

INDUSTRIAL SAFETY PROGRAM

The following safety policy is provided only as a guide
to assist employers and employees in complying with the
requirements of 29 CFR 1910 and 1926, as well as to
provide other helpful information. It is not intended to
supersede the requirements of the standards. An
employer should review the standards for particular
requirements which are applicable to their individual
situation and make adjustments to this program that
are specific to their company. An employer will need to
add information relevant to their particular facility in
order to develop an effective, comprehensive program.

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Industrial Safety Program
For
(Company Name)

TABLE OF CONTENTS
TOPIC
Safety & Health Policy Statement
Safety & Health Goals
New Employee Orientation
Safety & Training
Employee Responsibilities
Accident Investigation/Reporting
Personal Protective Equipment
Safety Rules
Safety Committee
Emergency Action Plan
Safety Discipline
Employee Confirmation

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SAFETY & HEALTH POLICY STATEMENT
XYZ Manufacturing Company believes that NO JOB OR TASK IS
MORE IMPORTANT THAN WORKER HEALTH AND SAFETY.
If a job represents a potential safety or health threat, every effort will be made to plan a safe way to complete the task in a safe manner. Every procedure must be a safe procedure. Shortcuts in safe

procedures by management and all other associates will not be tolerated.
If a worker observes any unsafe or unprotected exposure, which may pose a potential threat to their safety & health, he or she must inform management immediately.
If a job can not be done safely…………..It will not be done. Every employee is entitled to a safe and healthful place in which to work.

_______________________
President

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SAFETY & HEALTH GOALS
The following goals have been established for XYZ Manufacturing Company:
(1)

Provide workers with a safe work environment.

(2)

Conduct routine/regular workplace inspections.

(3)

Provide Personal Protective Equipment.

(4)

Develop and implement safe work procedures and rules.

(5)

Provide on-going safety training

(6)

Enforce safety rules and appropriate discipline.

(7)

Provide on-going property conservation practices.

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NEW EMPLOYEE ORIENTATION
All new employees must attend our Safety Orientation Session prior to starting work within their assigned area. This session will be conducted under the direction of the Safety Director and in
coordination with Human Resources.
Upon completion of the Safety Orientation Session, each new
employee will be required to acknowledge that they have received, understand, and will abide by the XYZ Company Safety Program. All participants must sign a statement verifying that they have completed the session. This report will be filed in the employee’s personnel file. The following topics will be covered in the Safety Orientation Session: 

Company History

Safety Program/Policy & Work rules

Responsibilities

Safety Education/Training

Safety Audit/Inspections

Accident Reporting/Investigation Requirements

First Aid & Bloodborne Pathogens

Personal Protective Equipment

Tool & Equipment Use

Material Handling

Lockout-Tagout

Machine Guarding

MVR Requirements

Hazard Communication

Emergency Action

Return-to-work & Light Duty Assignments
All new hires will be provided an opportunity to ask any question that pertains to their job duties and employment at XYZ Manufacturing Company.

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SAFETY & TRAINING
All in-house Safety & Training sessions will be coordinated by (Name of Safety Director).
Foremen and Assistant Foremen are required to be trained in
Accident Investigation Procedures by the Safety Director.
Operators of forklift trucks are to be trained in-house in accordance with federal/state requirements. Operators must attend classroom instruction as well as “behind the...
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