I mean, we said the butcher, the baker, the candlestick maker, but that was just the beginning. Seriously, this covers a lot of ground when it comes to categorizing businesses from an OSHA perspective.
This group is meant to apply to those belonging to General Industry.
Not sure what that is yet? No problem. Start with our free e-book, 08 Steps to Confidently Navigating OSHA Safety
or our blog article, Is My Business in General Industry or Construction?
Below are additional some resources for you that our small businesses generally find the most useful.
We created this section for the millions of small businesses out there that encounter fairly low hazards on a day to day basis and might not have the need for energy isolation procedures or confined space programs. Although, if you happen to need those, we've got them here
To help out our small businesses, we created a Small Business Safety Program Package
that includes all the most common OSHA required written programs as well as a few extras to round out your safety library.
Below you'll also find our one-hour online consultation which is great for answering questions or a bit of brief problem solving.
As always, we are happy to help in any way that we can, so if you don't see what you need, drop us a line!