The Safe Schools Manual is a manual of self-inspection checklists covering environmental, health and safety regulations for secondary occupational and career orientation programs in New Jersey public schools. It was developed by the Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences Institute with support by the New Jersey Department of Education, Office of Career and Technical Education.
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Checklists Found in the Toolbox - A Primer Based on Workplace Evaluations of Musculoskeletal Disordershttp://www.cdc.gov/niosh/docs/97-117/
Checklists include those related to ergonomic risk factors and design principles.
Here are several self-audit checklists and one for general work areas, one for office, and five for laboratories. Click on the link below to download the one for your area.
|(University of Washington)|
This link provides access to over 40 tool and task specific safety checklists provided by Oregon OSHA.
SHARP was developed to provide Oregon employers with coaching and direction so that they could learn to more effectively manage workplace safety and health, and in turn, be recognized for their achievement. This checklist has been developed to support employers interested in SHARP.
A new publication is available on OSHA's website and through its publication office designed to assist small business owners in not only meeting occupational safety and health requirements, but also to educate them on establishing successful safety and health programs. The Small Business Handbook includes topics such as "A Four-Point Workplace Program"; "Starting a Safety and Health Management System"; self-inspection checklists on a varied group of issues within general industry; plus a wealth of resources to aid the small business employer.
The examples outlined below do not list all the possible items for manufacturing facilities. The best checklist for your workplace is one that has been developed for your specific needs.