Assists small business employers to meet the legal requirements imposed by, and under, the authority of the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 and achieve an in-compliance status voluntarily, prior to an inspection performed pursuant to the Act. The materials in this handbook are based upon the Fed. OSHA standards and other requirements in effect at the time of publication, and upon generally accepted principles and activities within the job safety and health field. Describes a 4-point workplace program; starting your voluntary activity; and self-inspection.I When pipelines are identified by color painting, are all visible parts of the line so identified? ai When ... When pipelines are identified by color, is the color code posted at all locations where confusion could introduce hazards to employees?
|Title||:||OSHA Handbook for Small Businesses|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 1996|