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Cal/OSHA Compliance for Supervisors PDFs

These PDFs were available only to subscribers of Cal/OSHA Compliance Advisor Online. However, as of January 2014, we are no longer publishing this newsletter.

Below is the archive of the Supervisor newsletter through to the last issue, December 2013. You're welcome to distribute them (either electronically or printed out) to anyone within your organization.


Cal/OSHA Compliance For Supervisors - December 2013 Issue
In This Issue: Keys to an effective job hazard analysis; Safety training in any language; Light up your safety with proper illumination; Fight back against stress in the workplace . . . more »
Cal/OSHA Compliance For Supervisors - November 2013 Issue
In This Issue: Watch your employees' backs; 9 keys to preventing repeat accidents; Corrosives safety compliance; The 4-step approach to workplace disaster planning . . . more »
Cal/OSHA Compliance For Supervisors - October 2013 Issue
In This Issue: Identify and control amputation risks; Solving the solvent problem; Dealing with difficult trainees; Get the lead out . . . more »
Cal/OSHA Compliance For Supervisors - September 2013 Issue
In This Issue: Put your best foot protection forward; Safety culture: Why it matters and how to achieve it; Planning and evaluation: The keys to effective fire drills; Train employees to avoid electrical accidents . . . more »
Cal/OSHA Compliance For Supervisors - August 2013 Issue
In This Issue: Self-audits: The key to accident prevention; 7 slip, trip, and fall hazards--and how to combat them; Cut your risk of liability for bad drivers; Protect workers from IAQ risks . . . more »
Cal/OSHA Compliance For Supervisors - July 2013 Issue
In This Issue: Get injured employees back to work soon and safely; 5 conditions that lead to forklift accidents; Make the connection between maintenance and safety; 5 strategies to avoid hazardous chemical exposure risk . . . more »
Cal/OSHA Compliance For Supervisors - June 2013 Issue
In This Issue: Tips for battling worker fatigue; Tech ergonomics: Preventing injuries from laptops, tablets, and smartphones; 3 simple steps for preventing deadly falls; Do's and don'ts for confined spaces emergencies . . . more »
Cal/OSHA Compliance For Supervisors - May 2013 Issue
In This Issue: Burning issues in fire safety; Overexertion: Big problem, simple solutions; 6 steps to evaluate your disaster plan; The secrets to safe attitudes . . . more »
Cal/OSHA Compliance For Supervisors - April 2013 Issue
In This Issue: 5 occupational dermatitis hazards and how to stop them; 10 communication tips for better safety training; How ergonomics can save you money; Give your employees a first-aid refresher . . . more »
Cal/OSHA Compliance For Supervisors - March 2013 Issue
In This Issue: Get a grip on hand safety; Tips for getting the most from your safety orientation; Visitor policies: Think beyond your employees; Workplace obesity: What you can do . . . more »
Cal/OSHA Compliance For Supervisors - February 2013 Issue
In This Issue: Tips for preventing workplace violence; Gear up for parking lot safety; Make your programs cost- and learning-effective; 7 early warning signs of substance abuse . . . more »
Cal/OSHA Compliance For Supervisors - January 2013 Issue
In This Issue: Keep your eyes peeled for eye hazards; Focus on forklift hazards to prevent injuries, damage; Essential rules for ladder safety; Office workers suffer workplace injuries, too . . . more »
Cal/OSHA Compliance For Supervisors - December 2012 Issue
In This Issue: NIOSH recommends remedies for unhealthy workers; Key components for your self-inspection; Communication is critical to safety; Protect your workplace from pests . . . more »
Cal/OSHA Compliance For Supervisors - November 2012 Issue
In This Issue: Improving your workers' comp program: Worth the effort; Reduce employee off-job risks, and reap on-the-job benefits; How to get your employees to wear hearing protection; Get your new workers on track early . . . more »
Cal/OSHA Compliance For Supervisors - October 2012 Issue
In This Issue: Win the war against CTDs; Power your training with blended learning; Train workers to stay safe around ammonia; 7 tips for selecting PPE for spill preparedness . . . more »
Cal/OSHA Compliance For Supervisors - September 2012 Issue
In This Issue: Should you measure EHS metrics?; Guard employee safety with machine guards; Charge up your workers about battery safety; 4 steps for developing a training blueprint . . . more »
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