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Facility Smoking Written Safety Plan for OSHA Compliance

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Facility Smoking Written Safety Plan for OSHA Compliance

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A simple and easy OSHA compliance solution. Fulfill your OSHA mandated Facility Smoking written requirement with our fast and easy written Facility Smoking 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 Facility Smoking Investigation Plan will ensure your company is compliant for the mandated OSHA standard 29 CFR 1903.1. This written plan will reduce your risk of OSHA imposed citations by maintaining the proper and required written Facility Smoking safety plan. This Facility Smoking plan provides a complete written solution for your company.

Facility Smoking Plan - OSHA Standards 29 CFR 1903.1 (general duty clause), OSHA Indoor air quality guidelines, NIOSH environmental tobacco smoke in the workplace, EPA building air quality:

Provides the user with the needed written plan for establishing the requirements for a facility smoking program. Plan components include; general smoking policy, designated smoking areas, smoking cessation assistance, employee/visitor notification, supervisor responsibility and other data as required by U.S. OSHA regulations.

Basis:

NIOSH has determined that Environmental Tobacco Smoke (ETS) is potentially carcinogenic to occupationally exposed workers. Research on the toxicity and carcinogenic qualities of tobacco smoke has demonstrated that the health risk from inhaling tobacco smoke is not limited to the smoker, but also includes those who inhale ETS in the work environment. ETS contains many of the toxic agents and carcinogens that are present in mainstream smoke. Recent epidemiological studies support earlier published reviews by the U.S. Surgeon General and the National Research Council demonstrating that exposure to ETS can cause a variety of human health problems. These effects include acute annoyance, eye and respiratory tract irritation, low birth weight, the development of chronic pulmonary diseases, cardiovascular disease, and lung cancer.

Editable safety forms included with program are:

•   Facility Smoking Plan
•   Over 20 Safety Documentation and Record Keeping Forms