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OSHA Small Business Handbook

OSHA Small Business Handbook

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Published by Evert W. VanderBerg
Handbook from Federal OSHA to help guide small businesses to better safety compliance.
Handbook from Federal OSHA to help guide small businesses to better safety compliance.

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Published by: Evert W. VanderBerg on Sep 20, 2009
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JAre signs posted, when appropriate, showing
the elevated surface load capacity?
JAre surfaces that are elevated more than 30
inches (76.20 centimeters) provided with stan-
dard guardrails?
JAre all elevated surfaces beneath which peo-
ple or machinery could be exposed to falling
objects provided with standard 4-inch (10.16-
centimeter) toeboards?
JIs a permanent means of access and egress
provided to elevated storage and work sur-
faces?
JIs required headroom provided where neces-
sary?
JIs material on elevated surfaces piled, stacked,
or racked in a manner to prevent it from tip-
ping, falling, collapsing, rolling, or spreading?
JAre dock boards or bridge plates used when
transferring materials between docks and
trucks or railcars?

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