Washington OSHA (WISHA) Manuals
Under Section 18 of the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA), Washington has been operating a State Plan since June of 1973. There are seven (7) states including Washington that are under an operational status agreement with OSHA allowing them to adopt new rules and enforce them vigorously. Over the years, Washington has adopted several safety laws that are significantly different from their federal counterparts.
Our all new 2017 Washington Industrial Safety and Health Act (WISHA) Manuals for Physicians, Dentists and Veterinarians contain the most up-to-date WISHA rules and regulations for safety compliance and training. The accompanying Documentation Kit contains mandated safety plans for inspection. Our PowerPoint CD contains WISHA information to help you train your staff. We are authorized OSHA trainers and have been providing OSHA Manuals on the web since 2000. Order Now!
OUR WISHA PACKAGE INCLUDES:
- Safety Compliance and Training Manual
- Documentation kit in word format for easy edit
- Selected WISHA Booklets
- A Training Outline to guide you through the training process
- Eighty-Question WISHA Review Test
- Hazard Materials Information System Chart (HMIS)
- Sharps Safety, Handwash and Handrub Posters
- WISHA Posters in English and Spanish
- Biohazard and Chemical Hazard Labels
- Access to OSHA Videos
- Compliance Check list
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