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Sand & Abrasive Blasting Safety Plan for OSHA Compliance

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Sand & Abrasive Blasting Safety Plan for OSHA Compliance

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A simple and easy OSHA compliance solution. Fulfill your OSHA mandated Sand (Abrasive) Blasting Safety written requirement with our fast and easy written Sand (Abrasive) Blasting Safety Plan! This written safety plan is simple to follow and easy to complete. Simply fill in your company specific information and print as many copies as you need.

This quality Written Sand (Abrasive) Blasting Safety Plan will ensure your company is compliant for the mandated OSHA standards 29CFR1910.244 (portable tools and equipment); 1910.1000 (air contaminants); 1910.1200 and 1026.59 (hazard communication); 1910.132, 1910.133, 1910.134, 1910.135, 1910.136, 1910.137, and 1910.138 (personal protective equipment); 1910.134 (respiratory protection); 1910.94 (ventilation); 1910.146 (confined spaces); 1926.21 (safety training and education). This written plan will reduce your risk of OSHA imposed citations by maintaining the proper and required written Sand (Abrasive) Blasting Safety plan. This Sand (Abrasive) Blasting Safety plan provides a complete written solution for your company.

Sand (Abrasive) Blasting Safety Plan - 29CFR1910.244 (portable tools and equipment); 1910.1000 (air contaminants); 1910.1200 and 1026.59 (hazard communication); 1910.132, 1910.133, 1910.134, 1910.135, 1910.136, 1910.137, and 1910.138 (personal protective equipment); 1910.134 (respiratory protection); 1910.94 (ventilation); 1910.146 (confined spaces); 1926.21 (safety training and education):

Provides the user with the needed written plan for establishing the requirements for a sand blasting safety program, components include; Related programs, hazard overview, health affects, engineering controls, administrative controls, personal protective equipment (PPE), general requirements, permit-required confined space program, procedures for atmospheric testing, training, retraining, work operations, monitoring & measurement procedures, spill and leak procedures, emergency first aid procedures, tool selection, evaluation and condition, medical surveillance, entry control, hazard marking, hazard notification and other data as required by U.S. OSHA.

Basis:

Estimates indicate that more than 1 million U.S. workers are at risk of developing silicosis and that more than 100,000 of these workers are employed as sandblasters. Approximately 59,000 of the 1 million workers exposed to crystalline silica will eventually develop silicosis unless job safety precautions are initiated. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) estimates that most of the hazards associated with sandblasting can be prevented if proper safety precautions at job sites are initiated.

Editable safety forms included with program are:

•   Occupational Exposure to Abrasive Blasting Agents Safety Plan
•   Silica Hazard Report
•   Over 20 Safety Documentation and Recordkeeping Forms