Sample Safety Programs & Plans

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You'll need to know about your workplace hazards before you can determine which additinal safety and health programs you'll need. See the Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) topic page to learn more about this important step.

In addition to an Accident Prevention Program, other safety & health programs may be required, depending on the hazards in your particular workplace.

The following samples are informational and advisory. You may customize themto fit your particular workplace or tasks.They are not regulations and do not create any new legal obligations.

Sample Programs

Accident Prevention Programs (APP)

Chemical Hazard Communication (English and Spanish)

Confined Spaces

Hazardous Drugs Control Program

Hearing Loss Prevention (41 KB DOC)

Outdoor Heat (APP Addendum) (29 KB DOC)

Respiratory Protection


Sample Plans

Bloodborne Pathogens: Exposure Control Plan (92 KB DOC)

Emergency Response Plan and User Guide (147 KB DOC)

Fall Protection Work Plans (English and Spanish)


Sample Procedures

Lockout/tagout Procedures

Sample Hazard Identification Tools

Job Hazard Analysis

Personal protective Equipment (PPE) Guide


Additional Required Programs

List of Additional Programs Required

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