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Are you conducting safety meetings as required by OSHA law? Failure to meet with your crew and document meetings is a Willful Violation. We make OSHA compliance easy. Get Your Safety Program Manual Compliance Bundle before a fine or accident and use it to conduct and document safety meetings and increase employee safety. Save $217 this week.

Are you a Willful Violator?

If you are not frequently documenting meetings with your crew, you are in violation of OSHA’s required meeting law and subject to fines. OSHA.gov states; “A violation in which the employer either knowingly failed to comply with a legal requirement or acted with plain indifference to employee safety.”  

UPDATE: OSHA Inspected over 72,000 jobsites in 2015!

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What You Get for only $197

The OSHA Safety Meeting Compliance Bundle has everything you need for compliance.  It includes 100 pre-written trade-specific safety topics to discus with your employees, documentation sheets, a 114 page safety resource guide, and one year of the Safety Meeting App.

 All 4 Included - Side by Side

NOTE: Safety Meetings are an OSHA requirement for all companies with employees.

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These Items are Also Included:

  • BONUS: Safety Resource Guide
  • Quick Start Guide
  • Jobsite Hazard Analysis (JHA’s) — NEW
  • Hazard Com Safety Training
  • Jobsite Foreman Info & Scorecard
  • FREE: Safety Meeting App (950 topics)
  • Building a Safety Culture
  • OSHA Required Poster — NEW
  • Cost of an Accident
  • Construction Jobsite Checklist
  • Accident Investigation
  • New Employees & Their Safety
  • New Employee Safety Orientation Guide
  • PPE & Hazard Fact Sheet
  • Tips for Preventing Falls
  • OSHA 300 & 301 Forms
  • … and more

Free Resource Guide: 114 pages, was $95.
Free Shipping & Savings Ends December 9

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OSHA Inspection & Activity List

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Avg OSHA fine = $2,300 Penalties of up to $70,000

How to Comply with OSHA Meeting Law

  1. Get a Safety & Compliance Manual/Program (below)
  2. Meet with your employees frequently (5-10 minutes)
  3. Document each meeting for OSHA inspection

OSHA fines are a warning to other companies that safety must be taken serious at all times. Save Even More $$$ – Ask your insurance agent about a ‘Safety Discount’ once you receive your order.

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What is a Safety Meeting Program/Manual (SMP)?

A SMP is a set of 100 safety topics that focus on a specific trade and common safety situations.

Does OSHA Require Safety Meetings?

Yes, OSHA requires each company to frequently meet with your employees to discuss safety.

Who Needs a Safety Meeting Program?

All companies within the industry with employees are required by OSHA.

Does This Meet OSHA’s Required Meeting Law?

Yes, each topic is setup to help keep your employees safe on the jobsite.

How Often Should I Hold Safety Meetings?

Federal OSHA law requires frequent safety meetings. Some states and project operators may require more frequent meetings.

Do I Need More than One Safety Meeting Program?

One is the minimum needed and is all most companies will need. If you have multiple crews and perform a variety of tasks (ie: electrical, plumbing, HVAC), you should consider getting one for each trade/crew.

Will I Save Money on My Insurance?

Many insurance companies do provide a discount if you have a Safety Meeting Program and are meeting with your employees. Fewer accidents leads to less claims and lower insurance policies and reduced overhead expenses. Your Safety Program can save you money!

We got busy and fell out of compliance. This is exactly what we needed to put safety back on the job.  Finding a safety program tailored to our trade had been difficult but this makes safety meetings efficient.

Matt Rhodes (6 Employees)

“The average accident costs contractors $34,377 in medical bills, lost earnings, and wages!  Put an end to preventable accidents.”

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Do Accidents & OSHA Fines Concern You?

Purchasing a safety program can save you thousands of dollars by preventing accidents.

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Free: Jobsite Safety Inspection Checklist

Use this free 4-page jobsite safety inspection checklist to identify safety concerns on your jobsite.

Areas the checklist cover include:

  • Manual Material Handling
  • Housekeeping: Slips, Trips & Falls
  • Fire Protection & Prevention
  • Electrical
  • Hazard Communication
  • Excavation & Trenching
  • Barricading
  • Ladders
  • Scaffolding
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Medical
  • Tools: Hand and Power
  • Welding and Cutting
  • Hoist, Cranes, and Derricks
  • Floor, Wall Openings, and Stairways

This is one of the many resources you receive free with your purchase of any Safety Meeting Program.

Download PDF: Free OSHA Jobsite Safety Inspection Checklist.pdf

The resource guide you all include is worth the price alone!  We tried other options but they were generic and not a great fit for what we do.  No complaints from us.

Alan Case (5 Employees)

I found your product after reviewing others that cost a lot more with less topics and content.  This is the best deal out there – I know because I looked.  Very professional. Thanks a bunch.

Jonathan Grant (11 Employees)

Each of our supervisors carries one of these for their Monday morning meeting.  Easy to use with great stuff.  Very cheap considering how much a fine or accident will costs us. We highly recommend you to others.

Jason Simmons (45 Employees)