Janitorial Employee Safety Program (PDF Download)
Product Number: jesp-v1-pdf
OSHA and GHS Compliant Safety Training for Cleaning Companies
In 1970 the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) was created for the purpose of protecting the health and safety of workers in the labor force.
The General Duty Clause of the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSH Act) states that each employer shall furnish to each of their employees a place of employment that is to be free from recognized hazards that are causing or are likely to cause death or serious physical harm to his employees.
The Janitorial Employee Safety Program is OSHA and GHS Compliant, and it meets CIMS Certification Requirements
OSHA has modified the Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) to adopt the GHS to improve safety and health of workers through more effective communications on chemical hazards.
According to OSHA: "The GHS provides a standardized approach, including detailed criteria for determining what hazardous effects a chemical poses, as well as standardized label elements assigned by hazard class and category. This will enhance both employer and worker comprehension of the hazards, which will help to ensure appropriate handling and safe use of workplace chemicals. In addition, the safety data sheet requirements establish an order of information that is standardized."
Adoption of the GHS in the U.S. and around the world will also help to improve information received from other countries—since the U.S. is both a major importer and exporter of chemicals, American workers often see labels and safety data sheets from other countries. If countries around the world adopt the GHS, it will improve communication globally.
Table of Contents:
- Workplace safety
- Drive safely
- Emergency preparedness
- Building security and safety
- Building emergencies
- Accidents and first aid
- Workplace hazards
- Slips, trips and falls
- Ladder and foot stool safety
- Electrical safety
- Container labels
- Safety data sheets (SDS)
- Chemical safety
- Personal protective equipment
- Heat stress
- Hearing protection
- Eye strain
- Bloodborne pathogens
- Cleaning blood or body fluid spills
- Back injuries
- Drugs and alcohol
- Workplace violence
- OSHA accident requirements
- Test questions
Also included with the program are two Word documents:
- One contains the Safety Exam questions and answer key.
- The other contains a Certificate of Completion, which you can fill out for each employee that completes the training. This certificate should be dated and put into the employee file. Training should be reviewed yearly.
IMPORTANT: The Employee Safety Training Program is a downloadable program in PDF format. Right after ordering you'll receive an email with a special link and password to immediately download the program.
NOTE: You may also be interested in the DVD or Print version of the Janitorial Employee Safety Program. See links below.