Loss Prevention Resources


OSHA

Guidance on Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19

The document is intended as planning guidance to help employers and workers identify risk levels in workplace settings and to determine any appropriate control measures to implement. The guidance is advisory in nature and informational in content. It is not a standard or a regulation, and it neither creates new legal obligations nor alters existing obligations created by OSHA standards or the OSH Act.

Topics include:

Guidance to Return to Work


EEOC

Pandemic Preparedness In The Workplace And The Americans With Disabilities Act

On March 19, 2020, the Equal Opportunity Employment Commission (EEOC) declared COVID-19 a direct threat under the ADA, which means that a significant risk of substantial harm would be posed by having someone with COVID-19, or symptoms of it, present in the workplace.

The EEOC has also updated its pandemic Guidance (originally issued in 2009, during the spread of H1N1 virus) to include information on COVID-19.

These resources are provided for your convenience, and does not attempt to provide legal advice. Employers are advised to retain counsel from a trusted attorney with experience in employment law, and all materials should be reviewed by an attorney in your state to ensure compliance with federal and state laws and regulations.

Guidance on how to comply with I-9 Documentation
Online I-9 verification - E-Verify
How to Implement a Drug Free Workplace
How to Implement a Return to Work Program

Hiring, Screening Process

ADA Guidelines - Word | PDF
Job Application - Word | PDF
Job Description - Word | PDF
Employee Handbook - Word | PDF
New Employee Orientation Checklist - Word | PDF
PPE Sign-off - Word | PDF
Incident Report Form - Word | PDF

Nationwide

FirstStep Poster Advisor

This Advisor is designed to help employers comply with the poster requirements of several laws administered by the Department of Labor (DOL)

US Department of Labor - Poster Page

Workplace Poster Requirements for Small Businesses and Other Employers

Department of Labor elaws FirstStep Poster Advisor
OSHA Required Posters
Free Labor Law Posters for Business Owners
Red Cross Choking First Aid Poster

State Specific

Arkansas
Connecticut
Florida
Georgia
Louisiana
Mississippi
North Carolina
Oklahoma
Texas
Virginia

These links can provide you with information regarding coverage requirements, poster requirements, claim databases, proof of coverage and a variety of other useful resources.

Alabama
Arkansas
Connecticut
Florida
Florida Judge of Compensation Claims Search
Florida's Drug Free Workplace Guide
Georgia
Louisiana
Mississippi
Missouri
New Jersey
North Carolina
Oklahoma
Pennsylvania
Texas
Virginia
Alabama
Alabama Driver's License Verification
Arkansas
Connecticut
Florida
Georgia
Louisiana
Mississippi
Missouri
New Jersey
North Carolina
Oklahoma
Pennsylvania
Texas
Virginia
Do I have to do OSHA Record Keeping?
OSHA Required Posters
Severe Injury Reporting for All Employers
OSHA State Approved Plans Operated by Individual States
Employers who are exempt from OSHA Record Keeping
Tutorial on OSHA Record Keeping
OSHA Record Keeping Forms 300, 300A and 301
OSHA Electronic Reporting required for Employers considered to be high risk
OSHA ITA website for Electronic Reporting
Needle stick and other contaminated sharps injury reporting
Sharps Log
DART and Incident Rate Calculator
OSHA Complaints/Citations
OSHA recommended practices for a safety and health program
Business and Legal Resources
University of South Florida Safety Writer
Environmental Health and Safety Online
CDC
Free Training (computer-based modules)
Missouri Dept of Labor - Safe at Work - free safety resources
National Safety Council
OSHA’s E-tools
Safety BLR
Texas Dept of Insurance – free safety resource
Toolbox Topics
Total Worker Health and the Aging Workforce:
University of South Florida – Safety Management program
eLCOSH (Electronic Library of Construction Occupation Safety & Health)
Deskercise
Electrical Safety – Train the Trainer
Ergonomics:
Eyewash Stations:
Gas/Gas Can Safety
Hazard Communication:
Ladder Safety
Lifting & Back Safety:
Lockout Tagout
Manual Materials Handling
Marijuana & CBD Industry
Restaurant Safety
Slip Resistant Shoes
Cut-resistant gloves
Scaffolding Safety:
Sharps Safety
Silica
Slips/Trips/Falls - Walking and Working Surfaces:

Although Normandy Insurance doesn’t specifically endorse the products listed below, we provide this as some guidance to safety products available.

Slip-resistant shoes:
Cut-resistant gloves
Lifting Gear
Eye Protection
Knee pads



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