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Handbook of OSHA Construction Safety and Health

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Title: Handbook of OSHA Construction Safety and Health
Author: Charles D. Reese, James V. Eidson
ISBN: 1566702976 / 9781566702973
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 1032
Publisher: Lewis
Year: 1999
Availability: In Stock
     
 
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Although the construction industry employs only five percent of the nation's work force, it suffers 20 percent of the nation's occupational fatalities and 12 percent of all U.S. injuries. Because of this the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has consolidated their construction standards, compliance assistance, cooperative programs, and technical services to form the Directorate of Construction. Construction sites and operations have become the prime targets for the Directorate of Construction, which has greatly increased its number of inspections, citations and penalties.

The Handbook of OSHA Construction Safety and Health is for safety professional, contractor, project manager and owner who has the responsibility of implementing an effective on-site safety and health program. These professionals are now in charge of everything from the safe operation of equipment to the safe removal of hazardous waste from the construction site. It is a practical guide that can be used by the construction industry on existing and future projects and jobsites in the critical area of occupational safety and health.

Written using OSHA's Construction standards as a framework, the book provides those responsible for construction safety and health with a definitive guide for eliminating safety and health hazards from construction worksites. In addition, the handbook addresses subjects such as contractor liability, multi-employer sites and focused inspection which are real and time problem areas faced by the construction industry.

The Handbook of OSHA Construction Safety and Health contains a model safety and health program, examples of accident analysis and prevention approaches, sample safety and health checklist and forms, and over 300 illustrations.

Describes elements of a successful construction safety program
Identifies safety and health hazards in the construction industry, recommends the controls, and explains the applicable OSHA standards
Presents training program requirements in accordance with OSHA standards
Discusses the benefits and ways to attain OSHA compliance
Emphasizes the use of accident prevention technqiues

Preface
About The Authors
Acknowledgments
Dedications

Chapter 1 : Introduction
Chapter 2 : Perceptions in The Construction Industry
Chapter 3 : The People Issue in Construction Safety and Health
Chapter 4 : Construction Safety and Health Programs
Chapter 5 : Analyzing Construction Hazards and Accidents/Incidents
Chapter 6 : Construction Accident Prevention Techniques
Chapter 7 : Construction Safety : A Through H
Chapter 8 : Construction Safety : I Through W
Chapter 9 : Industrial Hygiene Activities in Construction
Chapter 10 : Personal Protective Equipment
Chapter 11 : Ergonomics in Construction
Chapter 12 : Safety and Health Handbook
Chapter 13 : OSHA Compliance
Chapter 14 : Construction Standards
Chapter 15 : Workers’ Compensation
Chapter 16 : Resources and Information Access
Chapter 17 : Summary

Appendices
Appendix A : NAICS Versus SIC
Appendix B : Construction Training Requirements
Appendix C : Sample of Written Hazard Communications Program
Appendix D : Construction Standards – Jobsite Audit Instrument
Appendix E : Electrical Hazardous Location Classification
Appendix F : Rigging – The Crosby User’s Lifting Guide
Appendix G : Jobsite Rules
Appendix H : Ergonomics Program Survey Instruments
Appendix I : Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970
Appendix J : OSHA Regional Offices and Offices of State Approved Programs
Appendix K : 29 CFR 1926 Key Words
Appendix L : Definitions for Subparts of 29 CFR 1926
Appendix M : Crane Illustrations
Appendix N : Respiratory Protection (29 CFR 1910.134)
Appendix O : Scaffolds and Aerial Lift Illustrations
Index

 
 
 
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