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OSHA State Differences Summaries and Checklists

  • ID: 2080828
  • Newsletter
  • April 2017
  • 800 Pages
  • Specialty Technical Publishers
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OSHA State Differences Summaries and Checklists are available for purchase when accompanied by either OSHA Auditing: Federal Compliance Guide, or OSHA Compliance: A Simplified National Guide. State Differences are available for 50 states, and Puerto Rico. Due to the extent of differences, California is covered as a separate comprehensive federal and state guide within the publication OSHA Auditing - California Occupational Health and Safety Audit Guide.

This unique guide, is presented in two parts:

The OSHA State Differences Summaries identify all the important, and often complex, regulatory differences from similar federal rules with which facilities in a particular state must comply. These detailed OSHA guideline summaries make it feasible to identify the full range of health and safety compliance challenges facing a facility.

The corresponding OSHA State Differences Checklists are written to relate directly to their federal OSHA inspection checklist counterparts. This ensures minimum misinterpretation across federal and state issues. State OSHA regulatory differences that have no similar federal requirements are also included.

Each state difference is classified in terms of how it can best be used for ongoing compliance management and support of health and safety auditing, checking, and corrective action efforts.

OSHA State Differences Summaries and Checklists are used by attorneys, senior EHS management, corporate EHS auditors, consultants, facility compliance personnel, and government agencies.

Pricing for OSHA State Differences Summaries and Checklists is on a per state basis and must be accompanied by OSHA Auditing: Federal Compliance Guide, or OSHA Compliance: A Simplified National Guide.

Benefits
- Available for 50 states - , and Puerto Rico (may be purchased as a single state or any combination of your choice). California is covered as a separate comprehensive federal and state guide due to the extent of their differences.
- Extensively field-tested by STC's experienced environmental compliance auditors.
- Enables companies to confidently perform internal self-assessments of their ongoing compliance.
- Allows auditors to compare compliance issues between states right to the question level.
- - States included are: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin,Wyoming

Features

Introduction Provides a brief overview of the state's regulatory structure

Workbooks Link's each state difference identified to the corresponding federal regulatory requirement to enable comprehensive, one-stop auditing

Checklists OSHA inspection checklists enable convenient collection of audit findings and assist in report generation

Agency Contact Information Includes addresses, telephone numbers, and links to websites for all federal, state, and local agencies covered in the state differences summary

Published on a Quarterly basis.

- To purchase Any One State and for multiple user access options please Click on Enquire before Buying -

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- Regulatory Differences Summary
Agency Contact Information
Posting and Recordkeeping
Walking and Working Surfaces
Exit Routes
Powered Platforms, Manlifts, and Vehicle
mounted work Platforms
Occupational Health
Hazardous Materials
Personal Protective Equipment
General Environmental Controls
Medial and First Aid
Fire Protection
Compressed Gases, Air Receivers, Boilers and Pressure
Vessels
Material Handling and Storage
Handheld Tools
Welding, Cutting and Brazing
Electrical Safety
Toxics & Hazardous Substances
Special Industries

- Regulatory Differences Checklists
Recordkeeping
Working Surfaces
Exit Routes
Powered Platforms
Occupational Health
Hazardous Materials
Process Safety
HAZWOPER
Confined Space
Lockout and Tagout
General Environmental Controls
Medial and First Aid
Fire Protection
Compressed Gases
Material Handling
Machinery and Machine Guarding
Handheld Tools
Welding, Cutting and Brazing
Telecommunications
Electrical Power generation, Transmission and Distribution
Special Industries
- Pulp, Paper and Paperboard Mills
- Textiles
- Bakeries
- Sawmills
- Laundry Machinery and Operations
- Grain Handling
Electrical Safety
Diving
Hazardous Communications
Chemical, Biological and Physical Controls
Bloodborne Pathogens
Radiation Protection

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