OSHA Safety Manual - Choose Your Industry Below.

Federal and state OSHA standards in the United States are divided into two distinct sections (General Industry - 29 CFR 1910 and Construction Industry - 29 CFR 1926. Therefore, your business is subject to one of these two standards. Determining which one is for your business is as simple as knowing if you are in the construction industry or not.

Choose "General Industry - Non-Construction Safety Manual" if you are not in the construction industry; and choose the "Construction Industry Safety Manual" if you ever work on construction sites.

* Important: If you are in the state of California, click here to see your state's equivalent of this product.

Pass that manual review by your work comp insurance company, client, bid / contract manager, OSHA or anyone else who is asking for your safety manual. Average time to having it sent off to them is less than 15 minutes. Passes review over 99% of the time. If it does not pass, we'll customize it for free or issue a full refund.



Non-Construction OSHA Safety Manual

Passes Review By:

  • -State and Federal OSHA.
    • -Workers' Comp Insurance Companies.
  • -99% of Clients and Customers.
  • -Bid / Project Procurement Entities.

Features:

  • -Instant Microsoft Word Download.
  • -94 Pages of OSHA Safety Content
  • -Free Updates for Life.
  • -Full Support by Our Staff.
  • -30 Day Money Back Guarantee.

Construction Industry OSHA Safety Manual

Passes Review By:

  • -State and Federal OSHA.
  • -Workers' Comp Insurance Companies.
  • -General Contractors.
  • -Bid and Project Procurement Specialists.

Features:

  • -Instant Microsoft Word Download.
  • -169 Pages of OSHA Safety Content.
  • -Free Updates for Life.
  • -Full Support by Our Staff.
  • -30 Day Money Back Guarantee.

Perfect for manufacturing companies, warehouses, shops, service companies or any other company that is not in the "construction industry" or subject to "construction standards".

Perfect for general contractors, electrical contractors, plumbing contractors or any other contractor who may find themselves working on a site that is still in the construciton phase.

OSHA Safety Manual - Choose Your Industry Below.

Federal and state OSHA standards in the United States are divided into two distinct sections (General Industry - 29 CFR 1910 and Construction Industry - 29 CFR 1926. Therefore, your business is subject to one of these two standards. Determining which one is for your business is as simple as knowing if you are in the construction industry or not.

Choose "General Industry - Non-Construction Safety Manual" if you are not in the construction industry; and choose the "Construction Industry Safety Manual" if you ever work on construction sites.

* Important: If you are in the state of California, click here to see your state's equivalent of this product.

Pass that manual review by your work comp insurance company, client, bid / contract manager, OSHA or anyone else who is asking for your safety manual. Average time to having it sent off to them is less than 15 minutes. Passes review over 99% of the time. If it does not pass, we'll customize it for free or issue a full refund.



Non-Construction OSHA Safety Manual

Passes Review By:

  • -State and Federal OSHA.
    • -Workers' Comp Insurance Companies.
  • -99% of Clients and Customers.
  • -Bid / Project Procurement Entities.

Features:

  • -Instant Microsoft Word Download.
  • -94 Pages of OSHA Safety Content
  • -Free Updates for Life.
  • -Full Support by Our Staff.
  • -30 Day Money Back Guarantee.

Construction Industry OSHA Safety Manual

Passes Review By:

  • -State and Federal OSHA.
  • -Workers' Comp Insurance Companies.
  • -General Contractors.
  • -Bid and Project Procurement Specialists.

Features:

  • -Instant Microsoft Word Download.
  • -169 Pages of OSHA Safety Content.
  • -Free Updates for Life.
  • -Full Support by Our Staff.
  • -30 Day Money Back Guarantee.

Perfect for manufacturing companies, warehouses, shops, service companies or any other company that is not in the "construction industry" or subject to "construction standards".

Perfect for general contractors, electrical contractors, plumbing contractors or any other contractor who may find themselves working on a site that is still in the construciton phase.

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