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OSHA Instruction: Consultation Policies and Procedures Manual
     

OSHA Instruction: Consultation Policies and Procedures Manual

by U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Administration
 
This instruction outlines the policy framework for administering the OSHA Consultation Program and revises and clarifies processes and procedures for administering and monitoring Consultation Projects. This manual cancels and replaces OSHA Instruction CSP 02-00-001 and its supplemental notices. It outlines the overall policy framework for administering and managing

Overview

This instruction outlines the policy framework for administering the OSHA Consultation Program and revises and clarifies processes and procedures for administering and monitoring Consultation Projects. This manual cancels and replaces OSHA Instruction CSP 02-00-001 and its supplemental notices. It outlines the overall policy framework for administering and managing the OSHA Consultation Program, updates and clarifies the criteria and requirements for participation in the Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP) and the requirements of the monitoring and evaluation system. Each of the Chapters previously changed through Notices has been substantially or completely included in this Revision to the Consultation Policies and Procedures Manual. In Chapter 8, a new program, the SHARP Pilot program, is instituted. Consultation Program Managers are given authority to propose pilot programs which would need to be approved by their Regional Administrators before implementation. Those Chapters previously identified as Chapters 8, 9, and 11, have been combined into the current Chapter 9. The information in Chapter 10 has been updated to be consistent with OSHA's current strategic goals. The Consultant Function Competency Statements have been added as Appendix K. Updates were made throughout this Manual to be consistent with current OSHA approved strategic goals and terminology. The definitions for full-service and limited service visits have been further clarified. The requirements for sites receiving a deferral from the Site Specific Targeting (SST) programmed inspection list have been further clarified. In order to receive a 90-day deferral from programmed inspections, a site must request a full-service comprehensive visit covering both safety and health.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781479320615
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
09/14/2012
Pages:
120
Product dimensions:
8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.25(d)

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