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OhioBWC - Employer:  (Division of Safety & Hygiene) - Sample OSHA Program Guides

Division of Safety & Hygiene
Sample OSHA Program Guides

OSHA requires your organization to have several written safety and health programs in place. The following sample programs are provided as a guide to help develop individual programs. They must be customized to reflect those actions and those actions only that your organization carries out to stay in compliance or to achieve the goals of the topic covered.

These sample plans are for example and to give ideas. Not all the elements of every sample plan will apply to your organization.

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Program Profile Series - Document Name   View/Print
Confined Space Program  
Crane & Hoist Inspection Program  
Employee Exposure & Medical Records  
First Aid Plan  
Hearing Conservation Program  
Injury/Illness Recordkeeping  
Sample Written Programs - Document Name    
Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control  
Electrical Safety  
Emergency Response  
Fire Prevention  
Hazard Communication  
Laboratory Safety  
Lockout - Tagout Procedure  
Personal Protective Equipment  

If you would like to request copies of sample written programs for additional topics, click here to e-mail the Safety & Hygiene Library.

If you would like assistance in customizing these programs for your organization, contact the customer service office for your area.

Request consulting services
If you request consulting services online, your request will be sent directly to the local customer service office. To make a request online you must be an Ohio employer with active coverage. The only information we require is your name, BWC policy number, business telephone number and the ZIP code of the location where you need the consulting services. After you've submitted your request, an employer management services representative will call you within two business days.