Satisfy OSHA's Accident and Illness Reporting Requirement
This important form documents more details than OSHA Form 300, including how the injury/illness occurred, any substances involved, healthcare providers involved, and more.
Keep OSHA Safety Training Records Organized and Accessible
Don't be caught unprepared when an OSHA inspection happens. Keep your OSHA mandated safety training records organized and easy to review in an employee safety training folder. This convenient employee records folder stores emergency information, accident reports, training records, violations, specific hazardous material records, personal protective equipment requirements and more. Having each employee's safety training information organized also helps you keep track of training needs, so you won't miss a critical training deadline and risk OSHA fines.
Keep OSHA Safety Forms and Information Organized
Every year, between February 1 and April 30, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rules require covered businesses* to review the prior year's OSHA safety forms and post a summary of injury and illness information. The ComplyRight™ OSHA Recordkeeping System takes the guesswork out of the regulations and makes it easy to complete your OSHA safety forms and post the right OSHA safety information, in full compliance with the law.
Encourage Employees to Practice Safe Work Habits
Available in USB or DVD, English or Spanish, this training program adresses common workplace safety issues, including slips, trips and falls; back injuries; personal protective equipment (PPE), chemicals; fire safety; and basic first aid. The video assists employers in complying with OSHA standards that require employers to train employees in the safety and health aspects of their jobs.
The SDS Training Poster clearly outlines the 16-section format of a safety data sheet. Displaying this poster makes it easier for employees to read and understand SDS information while also alerting them to the dangers of workplace chemicals.
As part of OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard (HCS), all employers with hazardous chemicals in the workplace must provide clear, uniform SDS information for their exposed workers in the form of SDSs (safety data sheets), formerly known as MSDS labels.
Educate Employees on Key SDS Information
The SDS Training Poster in Spanish ensures that your Spanish-speaking and bilingual employees will know how to read a safety data sheet, as required by OSHA. These valuable safety posters guide you through each section of the SDS, explaining the critical information that is essential for preventing accidents and saving lives in an emergency. It explains chemical flammability, reactivity, health risks, safety, protective equipment, and more.
The addition of just one SDS safety poster to each area where hazardous materials are in use will help ensure that your employees understand the vital information contained on the SDS and comply with OSHA regulations.
Prevent the Most Common Workplace Accidents
This training program helps you effectively deal with two challenges: complying with OSHA's walking and working surface standards and ensuring that employees are aware of harzards in the workplace.
Notify Everyone Store Traffic Flows One Way
Help employees and customers practice social distancing while in your business by using these Bilingual One-Way Floor Clings. Keep the flow of traffic going in one direction to lessen the amount of people in one area and promote safe social distancing.
Clings are bilingual to communicate with both English and Spanish speaking employees and customers.
Promote Safe Distancing in the Workplace
During an outbreak of an infectious disease, it's important to make sure that everyone is doing their part to stop the spread of germs. Show your employees and customers that you are promoting safe distancing in the workplace with our Social Distancing Window Cling.
Communicate Social Distancing & Hygiene Expectations
In an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19 while operating, businesses everywhere are requiring employees and guests to adhere to social distancing and hygiene guidelines. Not only have these guidelines become a common preventative measure, in some cases they are a mandatory requirement. Use this Social Distancing & Hygiene Facility Signage Bundle to inform employees and guests of expectations.
Make it Known You Practice Social Distancing
Show everyone that during work hours you still practice social distancing with any one of these Social Distance Badges.
Select from three different designs:
Show Employees How to Practice Safe Distancing
During an outbreak of an infectious disease, it's important to make sure that everyone is doing their part to stop the spread of germs. Use this Social Distancing Floor Cling to show employees or customers how to practice safe distancing.
Communicate How to Help Stop the Spread of Disease
During an outbreak of an infectious disease, it's important to make sure that everyone is doing their part to stop the spread of germs. Show your employees and customers that you are promoting safe distancing in the workplace with the Social Distancing Poster.
Our OSHA safety poster provides a wealth of information regarding OSHA's hazardous materials regulations, providing ratings for health hazards, flammability and reactivity.
The fully compliant OSHA information on this workplace safety poster includes health hazard definitions and the dangers they present to your employees; personal protection symbols; and examples of chemical labeling and NFPA hazard ratings.
Protect your employees from workplace hazards and your company from OSHA safety violations with this and other OSHA mandated safety products from HRdirect.
Educate Employees on the Signs Of and Risk Factors For Workplace Violence
Nearly two million American workers report being a victim of workplace violence each year with many more acts of violence going unreported. Causes can range from a disgruntled current or former employee to a domestic dispute playing out at work or a heated conflict between workers. Available in USB or DVD, this training program addresses how to identify potential sources of violence in the workplace and how to reduce the risk.
Employees will learn the warning signs of violent behavior in the workplace and how to report it.
Clearly Tell Customers and Employees Where to Stand
Be sure to notify individuals where to stand in your business to maintain a safe social distance with these ”Stand Here” Social Distancing Floor Decals.
You choose which decal shape works best for your facility, either “Red Circles” or “Blue Rectangles”. Both communicate the same message “Stand Here For Social Distancing”.
Decals will adhere to hardwood, cement and tile floors as well as carpet. They are designed to last up to 6 months, even in high-traffic areas. See more details...
Communicate Important Safety Protocol - Choose the Notices that Apply to Your Facility
Inform employees, customers and guests the specific precautions you're taking to keep them safe from infection while in your facility. These notices address various regulatory requirements and recommended best practices for minimizing the spread of COVID-19 in the workplace in both English and Spanish.
There are 13 different notices to choose from that can be displayed throughout your facility in common areas such as entrances, lobbies, hallways, or inside and outside of restrooms. Notices like this help employers comply with the latest federal, state and local return-to-work regulations and guidelines.
You have the option on each notice to purchase a single notice or a pack of 3.
Ensure Your Workforce of Proper PPE Application and Removal
Make sure your staff of healthcare professionals knows the proper PPE (personal protective equipment) donning and doffing procedures with this How to Wear PPE for COVID-19 Poster. This poster walks you through the steps of proper application and removal of personal protective equipment when caring for patients diagnosed with (or suspected to have) COVID-19. These steps are imperative for stopping the spread of germs to yourself, staff members, and other patients.
Also available as a downloadable PDF (N0114DL). Download, print and hang in your business.
Communicate Your Mask Policy at All Entrances
The No Shirt, No Shoes, No Mask – No Service Cling was designed to notify everyone who approaches your doors that they must don a face mask before entering.
It is recommended by the CDC to wear a face mask while out in public – and especially while inside buildings – to slow the spread of COVID-19. For some businesses, masks are required under state or local safety orders, while others are voluntarily implementing this policy for everyone’s safety. See more details...
Communicate Who is at High Risk and How They Can Protect Themselves
It is important, now more than ever, that everyone takes the proper preventative measures to help stop the spread of COVID-19. This is especially true for those at higher risk of contracting this highly infectious disease. Inform incoming patients and visitors of who is at risk and what they can do with this Protect Yourself if You're High Risk - COVID-19 Poster. This poster identifies the typical high-risk groups and lists several ways that they can further protect themselves from infectious germs.
Also available as a downloadable PDF (N0116DL). Download, print and hang in your business.
Communicate Who is at High Risk and How They Can Protect Themselves
It is important, now more than ever, that everyone takes the proper preventative measures to help stop the spread of COVID-19. This is especially true for those at higher risk of contracting this highly infectious disease. Inform incoming patients and visitors of who is at risk and what they can do with this Downloadable Protect Yourself if You're High Risk - COVID-19 Poster. This poster identifies the typical high-risk groups and lists several ways that they can further protect themselves from infectious germs.
This product is a downloadable file. A link to download it will be provided after checkout.
Convey Your Mask Policy Before Entry
The No Shirt, No Shoes, No Mask – No Service Poster was designed to inform everyone who approaches your doors that they must don a face mask before entering.
Wearing a face mask while out in public – and especially while inside buildings – is recommended by the CDC to slow the spread of COVID-19. For some businesses, masks are required under state or local safety orders, while others are voluntarily implementing this policy for everyone’s safety. See more details...
Communicate Health Related Messages with Tabletop Signs
Free-standing and durable, Tabletop Signs are the perfect way to reinforce safety and health protocols.
These compact, engraved-plastic signs are ideal for counter and tabletop placement in lobbies, public dining rooms, classrooms, breakrooms, restrooms and other common areas.
Choose from seven different messages to suit your environment. See more details...
CPR and Choking Poster Set
Comply with OSHA's requirement for posting critical safety information by hanging the most up-to-date CPR & Choking posters in your workplace. The CPR Poster and Choking Poster include the most recent techniques from the American Heart Association.
Train Employees on OSHA's Safety Signs and Symbols
With the GHS Hazard Communication Training, you can synchronize with OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard (HCS), which establishes a more consistent approach to classifying chemicals and communicating hazard information.
OSHA aligned its standard with the United Nations' global versions of safety signs and symbols for chemical warning labels (the Globally Harmonized System or GHS) to improve safety. The system uses standardized safety stickers along with more consistent hazard symbols to better protect workers.
As part of the Hazard Communication Standard, employers with hazardous chemicals in the workplace must train workers on chemical warning labels and how to interpret a safety data sheet, or SDS.
Communicate the Importance of Proper & Frequent Handwashing with Your Choice of Poster
Per CDC guidelines, proper hand washing is critical to combating the transmission of contagious disease including coronavirus, colds and seasonal flu. By reminding employees to wash hands properly and often (along with frequently used products) you can drastically reduce the spread of germs.
There are four poster titles to choose from:
Each poster can be purchased as a single poster or pack of 3.
Learn how to Work Safely Around Hazardous Chemicals
Do you know the risks associated with working around hazardous chemicals? Your knowledge about chemical exposure could save your life and the lives of your employees. GHS Hazard Communication is a comprehensive training program that helps you implement safety precautions to prevent and respond to chemical exposure. It teaches you how to understand a Safety Data Sheet, read chemical labels and quickly identify other workplace hazards, as required by GHS standards. It’s essential training with specific safety measures that OSHA mandates every employer to understand.
This ready-to-go presentation is perfect in a presenter-led group setting or as a self-directed training program. It covers:
º The requirements of OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard
º Proper waste cleanup and emergency procedures
º How a hazard communication program reduces the risk of exposure to hazardous chemicals
º What a Safety Data Sheet is
º How to manage a spill or unwanted exposure to chemicals
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