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Vocational Training Plan Ownership Agreement for Tools and Equipment

Injured worker agrees to the ownership terms of the tools and/or equipment purchased as part of their training plan by L&I.



Formulario
F245-351-000

Otro(s) idioma(s):
Español
 
Bulk Cargo Spouts, Suckers, and Similar Equipment for Maritime Operations

Bulk Cargo Spouts, Suckers, and Similar Equipment for Maritime Operations



Formulario
F416-052-000
 
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Guide
Book: This guide helps employers comply with the WISHA Personal Protective Equipment rules. It covers general personal protective equipment and PPE requirements used to protect the head, eyes and face, hand and arm, foot and leg, and body (torso) in most work environments.

Publicación
F417-207-000
 
Application for Accreditation of Engineer to Approve Industrial Utilization Equipment

Used by an Engineer to apply for accreditation by L&I to approve unlisted equipment.



Formulario
F500-101-000
 
Operating Power Lawn and Yard-care Equipment: Safety for Teen Workers
Fact sheet: Overview of safety practices, plus information on what equipment employees under 18 can and cannot operate. Provides resources on requirements for hearing protection and PPE (personal protective equipment).

Publicación
F700-010-000
 
Statement for Miscellaneous Services

This bill form is used by providers and injured workers to bill the department for services such as dental care; glasses; medical equipment; nursing home services; interpreter services; services workers pay for out of pocket; and other services. Information on how to bill the department can be found in the General Provider Billing Manual [F248-100-000].

 



Formulario
F245-072-000

Otro(s) idioma(s):
Español
 
Job Modification Assistance Application

For use by an vocational counselor, employer, etc. to request modification for the injured workers job. This may involve tools and equipment that is purchased through L&I.



Formulario
F245-346-000

Otro(s) idioma(s):
Español
 
Pre-Job Accommodation Assistance Application

For use by a therapist or vocational provider to request job modification for an injured worker before the injured workers is employed, possibly in a retraining program. This may involve tools and equipment that is purchased through L&I.



Formulario
F245-350-000

Otro(s) idioma(s):
Español
 
Employer's Job Description

Used by employer of record to prepare a written job description for a light-duty job, transitional, modified duty job, or alternative job when an injured worker is unable to work due to an industrial injury or occupational disease. The form includes a description of the job tasks, machinery, tools, equipment and personal protective equipment used, and the physical demands of the job. After completing the employer's job description form, the employer gives it to the injured worker's doctor for review and approval.



Formulario
F252-040-000
 
Safety Standards for Laundry Machinery and Operations WAC 296-303

Laundry Machinery and Operations applies to moving parts of equipment used in laundries and to conditions peculiar to this industry, with special reference to the point of operation of laundry machines in an establishment wherein the washing, ironing, or other finishing of clothes, or any other textiles is done.



Manual
F414-012-000
 
Safety Standards for Logging Operations WAC 296-54

This chapter establishes safety practices for all types of logging, log road construction and other forest activities using logging machinery and/or power saws regardless of the end use of the wood. This includes; logging, cutting and transporting timber, cutting timber, log harvesting logging, pulpwood logging camps, rails, rough wood, manufacturing, stump removing in the field, timber piling, timber pole cutting, tree chipping in the field, wood chipping in the field. In addition, logging and personal protective equipment, hand and portable powered tools, falling and bucking, tree pulling, mechanized falling, climbing equipment, rigging, spars, wire rope and various types of cable logging systems, guylines, tail/lift trees and anchors, yarding, skidding, landing, transportation of logs and stationary trailer loaders, log unloading, booms, and rafting grounds, transportation crews, signals and signal systems.



Manual
F414-016-000
 
Safety Standards for WAC 296-45  -  Electrical Workers

Safety Standards for Electrical Workers, 296-45 WAC, consist of the requirements for safeguarding employees against electrical hazards in their workplace; requirements for electric equipment and wiring in locations classified as hazardous.



Manual
F414-032-000
 
 Safety Standards for WAC 296-56 - Longshore, Stevedore and Waterfront Related Operations

The rules included in this chapter apply to any and all waterfront operations for longshore, stevedore and waterfront  related operations, cargo handling, and related terminal operations and equipment under the jurisdiction of the  Department of  Labor and  Industries.



Manual
F414-034-000
 
Safety Standards for Fire Fighters WAC 296-305

The rules of this chapter shall apply with respect to any and all activities, operations and equipment of employers and employees involved in providing fire protection services, fire fighters and their work places, including the fire combat scene.

Firefighters are rescuers extensively trained in firefighting, primarily to extinguish hazardous fires that threaten property and civilian or natural populations and to rescue people from dangerous situations, like collapsed or burning buildings.



Manual
F414-036-000
 
Workplace Safety and Health Rules and Guides

This CD has been discontinued, but the safety and health rules and guides are available on the L&I website.

For more information, see the links in the "Websites" section below.

These links contain all workplace safety and health rules for Washington State and policies and related laws. Included are guides covering accident prevention programs (APP) and personal protective equipment (PPE).

 



CD
F414-074-034
 
Safety Standards for WAC 296-842  - Respirators

An apparatus worn over the mouth and nose or the entire face to prevent the inhalation of dust, smoke, or other noxious substances. Respirator is a type of personal protective equipment designed to protect the wearer from airborne contaminants, oxygen deficiency, or both.



Manual
F414-119-000
 
Safety Standards Lockout/Tagout WAC 296-803

Lockout/Tagout applies to the service and maintenance of machines and equipment, including piping systems, if employees could be injured by the unexpected energization or start up of the machine or equipment or release of stored energy. Energy sources include mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, chemical, thermal, or other energy, including gravity. Machines and equipment include those that produce high intensity electromagnetic fields.



Manual
F414-124-000
 
Safety Standards for Ethylene Oxide WAC 296-855

Ethylene Oxide is a flammable colorless gas that is commonly used to sterilize medical equipment and as a fumigant for certain agricultural products. It is also used as an intermediary in the production of various chemicals such as ethylene glycol, automotive antifreeze, and polyethylene. Exposure is the contact an employee has with ethylene oxide, whether or not protection is provided by respirators or other personal protective equipment (PPE). Exposure can occur through various routes of entry such as inhalation, ingestion, skin contact, or skin absorption.

 



Manual
F414-132-000
 
Notice of Deficiencies (Crane/Derrick Certification Examination)

Use this form for noting any deficiencies of cranes, derricks, material handling devices, spouts, suckers and similar equipment.



Formulario
F416-054-000
 
Fall Protection: Responding to Emergencies
Book: This guide is for employers and for employees who work from exposed, elevated surfaces. It covers the following: what to do to prevent fall-related emergencies and how to respond promptly if a fall-related emergency occurs. Includes illustrations of aided-rescue equipment systems.

Publicación
F417-208-000
 
Jorge's New Job: Cholinesterase Testing in Washington State / Un Nuevo Trabajo para Jorge(English/Spanish)

Pamphlet/booklet: Uses a story format with dialogue and photographs to explain the hazards of cholinesterase-inhibiting pesticides, the state's monitoring program and the importance of using proper safety equipment when working with pesticides.

Panfleto/folleto:  Utiliza un formato de cuento con diálogo y fotografías para explicar los peligros de la colinesterasa, el programa de monitoreo del estado y la importancia del uso adecuado del equipo de seguridad cuando se trabaja con pesticidas.



Publicación
F417-213-909
 
Rigging Safety: Construction Rigging Requirements

Safety Topic fact sheet: Provides information on how to correctly and safety rig loads on construction job sites to prevent falling material, property damage and equipment failure or tip over. Includes a summary chart of requirements material handling and cranes and derricks.



Publicación
F417-253-000
 
Construction Checklist - Safety

Safety checklist for fall protection, ramps, stairways, ladders, trenches, excavations, scaffolds, personal protective equipment (PPE), electrical and chemical.



Checklist
F418-055-000
 
Electrical Safety Tips for Your Home: Protect Your Family and Your Property
Pamphlet/Booklet: Provides information to help consumers properly handle electrical equipment and appliances, know the required permits and inspections for electrical work, and verify licenses and certifications before having electrical work performed.

Publicación
F500-115-000
 
Statement for Crime Victim Miscellaneous Services

Used by the provider or supplier for reimbursement of the following services - dental, glasses, home health, nursing home serivces, medical equipment, prosthetics-orthotics, transportation, vocational, retraining and other.



Formulario
F800-076-000
 
Put this Guard Back - 8.5 x 3.5 inches

This sticker is for employers to place on their equipment to inform workers that if they must remove the guard for service or maintenance to be sure to put it back immediately.



Calcomanía
FSP0-993-000

Otro(s) idioma(s):
Español
 
Grinding Wheel - Prevent Accidents

Sticker: 4 inches x 3 inches.

This sticker is required for grinder wheel equipment. This sticker reminds workers of the maximum distance between the grinding wheel and tongue guard and the maximum distance between the grinding wheel and the work rest.



Calcomanía
FSP1-000-000
 
First Aid

Sticker: 5 inches x 6 inches.

This sticker is used to mark the location of first aid equipment.



Calcomanía
FSP1-005-000
 
Caution: Hard Hat Area
Visual reminder of the importance of wearing a hard hat. Get poster printing tips.

Cartel
FSP0-928-000

Otro(s) idioma(s):
Español
 
Well...My Daddy Wears 'Em
Little boy wearing his daddy's hard hat, eye protection, gloves and boots. Get poster printing tips.

Cartel
FSP1-010-000
 
Stay at Work Expense Reimbursement Application for Employers Tools, Clothing, Training.

Employer of record can request reimbursement for tools, clothing, or training expenses required to enable an injured worker to return to light duty or transitional work. After completing the form, the employer submits it, along with supporting documentation, to the Stay at Work program for review and approval. For wage reimbursements see F243-001-000.



Formulario
F243-003-000
 





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