Class focus – building material dealers

The following links are provided to promote workplace safety and to assist in locating materials that may aid in the continued development of your health and safety program.

Basic ladder safety

Checklist: walking and working surfaces

Combustible dust poster

e-Tool: machine guarding

e-Tool: respiratory protection

Fact sheet: steps to an effective hazard communication program for employers that use hazardous chemicals

Hand and power tool safety

Hazard communication small entity compliance guide for employers that use hazardous chemicals

Hazard identification training tool

Health and safety topics: eye and face protection

Health and safety topics: hand and power tools

Health and safety topics: personal protective equipment

Health and safety topic: winter weather: plan; equip; train

Injury and illness recordkeeping forms - 300, 300A, 301

Materials handling and storage

Noise and hearing loss prevention

Occupational heat exposure

OSHA injury and illness recordkeeping and reporting requirements

Powered industrial trucks (forklifts) - OSHA safety and health topics

Protecting workers from cold stress - quick card

Protecting workers from heat stress - quick card

Safe driving practices for employees - quick card

Small entity compliance guide for the respiratory protection standard 

Walking and working surfaces - OSHA fact sheet


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*Markel Specialty is a business division of Markel Service, Incorporated, the underwriting manager for the Markel affiliated insurance companies.

 
This document is intended for general information purposes only, and should not be construed as advice or opinions on any specific facts or circumstances. The content of this document is made available on an “as is” basis, without warranty of any kind. This document can’t be assumed to contain every acceptable safety and compliance procedures or that additional procedures might not be appropriate under the circumstances. Markel does not guarantee that this information is or can be relied on for compliance with any law or regulation, assurance against preventable losses, or freedom from legal liability. This publication is not intended to be legal, underwriting, or any other type of professional advice. Persons requiring advice should consult an independent adviser.  Markel does not guarantee any particular outcome and makes no commitment to update any information herein, or remove any items that are no longer accurate or complete. Furthermore, Markel does not assume any liability to any person or organization for loss or damage caused by or resulting from any reliance placed on that content. *Markel Specialty is a business division of Markel Service, Incorporated, the underwriting  manager for the Markel affiliated insurance companies.
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