Template Lockout/Tagout Procedure form
A common issue with Lockout/Tagout programs is improperly written LOTO procedures. This template is based on guidance from OSHA, and will help to ensure your Lockout/Tagout procedures are properly written. Note: This is NOT a template for your comprehensive Lockout/Tagout program. This only addresses equipment-specific procedures which are required under your program.
MN AWAIR Program Template
Most Minnesota employers are required to have a written AWAIR program. Failing to have it when required is a perennial top 10 OSHA citation. This template will help you get into compliance in minutes.
Haz Comm Template
There are two things you need to know about Hazard Communication (aka “haz. comm.” or “employee right to know”) programs; 1) Most employers are required to have one. 2) It will be the first thing OSHA asks for when they walk in the door. This easy to use template will have you up and running in less than an hour.
1926.1153 “Respirable Crystalline Silica” – Table 1
Under the new silica regulation for the construction industry, employers may not need to conduct costly air monitoring for certain activities, if they choose to implement specific measures described in this document. “Table 1” identifies 18 common construction activities and machines, and provide requirements for engineering and work practice controls and respiratory protection.