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OSHAdvisors Consulting & Inspections can help your Company with all Safety Compliance applications. General Industry covers manufacturing, wholesale, and retail establishments. Does your business have all Safety Bases covered? Call today and talk to a Safety Consultant about your Safety Concerns.  210-259-8122



1. Hazard Communication Standard= This standard is designed to ensure that employers and employees know about hazardous chemicals in the workplace and how to protect themselves.  Employers with employees who may be exposed to hazardous chemicals in the workplace must prepare and implement a written Hazard Communication Program and comply with other requirements of the standard.

2.  Emergency Action Plan Standard= OSHA recommends that all employers have an Emergency Action Plan. A plan is mandatory when required by an OSHA standard. An Emergency Action Plan describes the actions employees should take to ensure their safety in a fire or other emergency situation.

3.  Fire Safety= OSHA recommends that all employers have a Fire Prevention Plan. A plan is mandatory when required by an OSHA standard.

4.  Exit Routes= All employers must comply with OSHA's requirements for exit routes in the workplace.

5.  Walking/Working Surfaces= Floors, aisles, platforms, ladders, stairways, and other walking/working surfaces are present, to some extent, in all general industry workplaces. Slips, trips, and falls from these surfaces constitute the majority of general industry accidents. The OSHA standards for walking and working surfaces apply to all permanent places of employment, except where only domestic, mining, or agricultural work is performed.

6.  Medical and First Aid= OSHA requires employers to provide medical and first-aid personnel and supplies commensurate with the hazards of the workplace. The details of a workplace medical and first-aid program are dependent on the circumstances of each workplace and employer.