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Simplify Safety with OSHA Janitorial Safety Manual

Add Your Cleaning Company Info To The Template In Seconds
  • Meet OSHA janitorial regulations
  • Easily submit third-party safety requirements
  • Immediately download a PDF

Simplify Safety with OSHA Janitorial Safety Manual

Add Your Cleaning Company Info To The Template In Seconds

  • Meet OSHA janitorial regulations
  • Easily submit third-party safety requirements
  • Immediately download a PDF

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Answer a few questions about your business needs, then see the subscription package that’s best for you.

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Activate your subscription and add the right team members so they have access too.

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Easily Manage Workplace Safety

Download safety programs, assign safety training, track compliance and more based on your subscription package.

SAFETY TOPICS

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Policy Statements – Safety and Health Policy Statement
New Hire Safety Orientation Policy Statement
Stop Work Authority and Workers’ Right to Refuse Dangerous Work Policy Statement
Section I – General Policies & Procedures
Safety Program Overview
Accident/Injury Prevention
Company Personnel
Safety Director
Safety Program Administrator
Employees
Safety Meetings
Housekeeping
Sanitation
Safe Office Practices
Lifting, Pushing, and Pulling
Slips, Trips, and Falls
Drugs, Alcohol, and Other Prohibited Behaviors
Drug Free Workplace
Smoking
Prohibited Behaviors
Workplace Violence
Emergency Action Plan
Emergency Medical Response
Fire Protection
Fire Prevention Plan
Portable Fire Extinguishers
First Aid and First Aid Kits
Accident Investigation
Recordkeeping: Injuries & Illnesses
Postings
Access to Employee Medical Records & Exposure Records
Enforcement
Section II – Site/Job Specific Policies and Procedures
Abrasive Wheels
Aerial Lifts
Aisles
Combustible & Flammable Liquid Handling
Company Vehicles
Compressed Air
Compressed Gas Cylinders
Disposable Respirators
Dockboards
Electrical Work – Workplace Safety
Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters
Extension Cords
Hand Trucks
Hazardous Workplace Chemical Awareness and Exposure
Ladders
Lighting
LP – Gas Storage
Machine Guarding
Machinery
Material Storage
Mold & Mildew
Scissor-Lift Fall Protection
Signs & Tags
Stairways
Tools – Hand
Ventilation
Walking and Working Surfaces
Section III – Specific Compliance Programs
Bloodborne Pathogens & Other Infectious Material
Fall Protection
Forklifts
Hazard Communication
Personal Protective Equipment – General
Personal Protective Equipment – Hearing Conservation Overview
Prevention of Heat and Cold Stress
Scaffolds

SAFETY TOPICS

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Search or scroll through the safety procedure topics available to find the one you need.

Download a sample PDF of an OSHA-compliant safety program

WHAT’S INCLUDED

Get All This With Your Health & Safety Program

Only what you need to meet OSHA safety requirements⏤nothing more, nothing less.

SAFETY HANDBOOKS

Give employees the info they need to safely perform their jobs.

JOBSITE FORMS

Complete documents to prove safety was considered on jobsites.

TRAINING DOCUMENTS

Keep track of who received training and the topics covered.

POLICY STATEMENTS

State your company’s commitment to health and safety.

SITE-SPECIFIC PLANS

Outlines the scope of work and site safety requirements.

COVID-19 RESOURCES

Outline preparedness, response and control plans for COVID-19.

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Need to Meet Third-Party Safety Requirements? No Problem!

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Here’s Everything You Receive

• Federal and State* OSHA Compliant Janitorial Safety Manual

• Unlimited Third Party Compliance Safety Plans (ISNetworld, Avetta, PEC Safety and more)

• Unlimited Site Specific Safety Plans

• 100+ Safety Meetings

• Employee Safety Handbooks

• Subcontractor Safety Handbooks

• Project Safety Inspection Checklists and Forms

• Safety Policy Statements

• Training Manuals

What Is An OSHA Janitorial Safety Manual?

If your cleaning business has one or more employees, OSHA requires you to have a written safety manual. This document is called a janitorial safety manual or janitorial safety program. It covers the safety policies, programs and procedures related to hazards that janitors and custodians may face on the job. Our all-in-one program makes it fast and easy to create a janitorial safety manual that meets OSHA regulations.

Why Is A Janitorial Safety Program Important?

Cleaning companies provide essential services that help maintain a healthy indoor environment for commercial businesses and residences of all types and sizes. Janitors, custodians and employees in the cleaning industry can face many different hazards. An OSHA janitorial safety manual helps minimize hazards, create a safer work environment and educate workers about OSHA janitorial regulations.

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Meet Today’s OSHA Janitorial Training Requirements

Train employees quickly and easily with 50+ online OSHA compliant safety training courses.

Example Courses:

• Driving Safety and Company Vehicles

• Eye Protection

• Manual Lifting

• Pandemic Preparedness w/ COVID-19

• Respiratory Protection

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With your annual fee, you get all the tools you need to get the job done:

– Written Health & Safety Programs
Unlimited Site-Specific Safety Plans (Not available for Industry/Manufacturing)
– Access to both Federal and State OSHA-Compliant Safety Programs
– Unlimited Third-Party Compliance Safety Programs such as ISNetworld, Avetta, Gold Shovel and more
Unlimited Online Training
– 100+ Safety Meetings and Tool Box Talks (English and Spanish)
– Employee Safety Handbooks (English & Spanish)
– Subcontractor Safety Handbooks (Not available for Industry/Manufacturing)
– Jobsite and Workplace Inspection Checklists & Forms
– Safety Policy Statements

Yes. After you personalize your Safety Program using our easy-to-use template, you can quickly download and print a PDF. However, printing is not required; you can simply maintain an electronic version of your Safety Program.

Your documents are provided in PDF format and kept up-to-date with the latest OSHA and Third-Party standards. Your company name, logo (if applicable), address, phone number and safety personnel are automatically added to your Safety Program and documents.

Your satisfaction is very important to us. If you’re not happy with your services, we offer a 60 Day Unconditional No-Hassle 100% Money-Back Guarantee. Simply click the Refund button next to your order and we’ll start the refund process no later than the next business day. It doesn’t get easier, so check out our program for 60 Days, risk free!

Our platform is built to scale with your business, starting at an average from $1.09 per day, billed annually. As your safety and compliance needs change, our pricing adapts to ensure you continuously receive the best support tailored to your evolving requirements.

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