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NASP Safety Data Forms


NASP: Leading the Way in Workplace Safety Training

The National Association of Safety Professionals is an organization providing training, consultative services, and third-party certifications that validate knowledge, skills and abilities in the area of workplace safety.

The primary mission of NASP is to provide safety professionals with innovative training opportunities and professional certification to assist them in carrying out their safety related functions with confidence and proven competence.

NASP offers workplace safety and environmental safety courses and certifications for general industry, the construction industry, and the petroleum industry.

Digital Fall Protection Manual


Digital Fall Protection Manual (Includes Worker Training DVD)

Our Fall Protection Program is State Specific and includes 50 JHA’s (Job Hazard Analysis). Train your workers with the DVD about Fall Protection Hazards and how to be in compliance with OSHA regulations.
The new OSHA law requires that all Residential and Commercial Contractors comply with the
OSHA Fall Protection Standard in your state.
FACT: More than 11 Million in Fines Were Issued Last Year.

Why do I need a Fall Protection Plan?
The new OSHA law requires that all Residential and Commercial Contractors comply with the OSHA Fall Protection Standard in your state. Under the New Standard: When exposed to a fall of 6 ft. or greater you must have a Fall Protection Program that includes measures compatible with the type of work being performed.

Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) – Why do I need this?
According to the US Department of Labor Regulations – Standard 29CFR – 1910.132(d)(2) employers are required to evaluate possible hazards for each project, maintain a written documentation including date and employees working on the project, and how to mitigate the hazards present. [/ap_toggle]

How do I train my workers?
Training your workers involves keeping them involved in the JHA process: Identify hazards, listing potential and existing hazards, reduce or eliminate hazards, implement corrective measures. Our Fall Protection DVD is an excellent assistant in the training program. [/ap_toggle]

What does the Fall Protection Program do for my company?
The Fall Protection Program provides training, documentation, creates an awareness for safety, and demonstrates OSHA compliance. The Fall Program includes training tools, the JHA’s, and the Fall Protection Manual. This plan is state specific and customized with your company’s Name and contact information demonstrating your commitment to worker safety.

Duty to Have Fall Protection:

You must effectively train employees and “prove through documentation” that they were trained.

Effective June 16, 2011:

Employers utilizing the alternative fall protection program found in the rescinded 1999 Interim Fall Protection Compliance Guidelines for Residential Construction will be subject to OSHA Citations if they fail to comply with 29 CFR 1926.501 (b) (13).

Fall Protection Program and Planning Sheets:

• Customized for your Specific State
– Programs for each of the 50 States & American Territories
• Fall Hazard Plan Worksheets Included
• Fall Protection Training DVD for your employees

New OSHA Law:

The new OSHA law requires that all Residential and Commercial Contractors comply with the OSHA Fall Protection Standard in your state. FACT: More than 11 Million in Fines Were Issued Last Year. Under the New Standard: You must have a Fall Protection Program that includes measures compatible with the type of work being performed, be able to identify and evaluate fall hazards.

Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) Plans –
State Specific / Federal Program / Split PS-PE (Private Sector-Public Employees)

OSHA was originally an Act to ensure healthy and safe working conditions for working men and women. It was determined that personal injuries and illnesses arising out of work situations imposed a substantial burden upon, and were a hindrance to, interstate commerce in terms of lost production, wage loss, medical expenses, and disability compensation payments.

While Federal standards are set for nationwide implementation Section 18 of the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 (the Act) encourages States to develop and operate their own job safety and health programs. States must set job safety and health standards that are “at least as effective as” comparable federal standards, and may include standards covering hazards not addressed by federal standards. A State must conduct inspections to enforce its standards, cover public (State and local government) employees, and operate occupational safety and health training and education programs.

There are currently 22 States and jurisdictions operating complete State plans, while the remaining are operating under the Federal plan (5 states or territories have exceptions for the public employees).

Alabama, American Somoa, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, D.C., Florida, Georgia, Guam, Idaho, Kansas, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Marianas, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Texas, West Virginia, Wisconsin
Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oregon, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Wyoming
The following 5 States fall under a special Developmental OSHA Plan whereby the Private Sector is regulated by the Federal Plan, and the Public Employees and Volunteers are regulated by a State Specific Plan.
Connecticut, Illinois, New Jersey, New York, and the US Virgin Islands


Digital Safety Program


Digital Safety Program (Customized with Company’s Name)

This Safety Program informs the importance of a safe and healthy work environment for your employees, subcontractors and other affected by your tasks. It complies with all applicable OSHA standards.
Major Topics Covered…
• Safety and Health Policies
• Company and Individual Responsibilities
• Written Safety Procedures and Inspections
• Hazard Correction
• Communication, Training, Compliance, Disciplinary Action

Our Safety Program informs the importance of a safe and healthy work environment for your employees, subcontractors and other affected by your tasks. Our IIPP complies with all applicable OSHA standards and follows all generally accepted safety and industrial hygiene practices.

SUPERVISORS are responsible for the safety of their work crews and the areas they work in.

SAFETY MANAGERS are responsible for serving as an advisor to the Supervisors and Management and monitoring the implementation and enforcement of the Safety Program.

EVERY EMPLOYEE is responsible for cooperating with their supervisors to ensure their own safety, the safety of their fellow workers, and the areas they work in.


Lead Paint Documentation Forms

Lead Paint Documentation Forms

Recordkeeping & Proper Documentation is a Critical Requirement of the EPA’s RRP Rule. Contractors who disturb lead painted surfaces are required to provide Pre & Post Renovation Documentation.

Contractors performing renovation, repair and painting projects that disturb lead-based paint in homes, child care facilities, and kindergartens built before 1978 must be EPA or state-certified and must use certified renovators who follow specific work practices to prevent lead contamination.

EPA’s 2008 Renovation, Repair and Painting (RRP) Rule (As Amended in 2010 and 2011)…
Aims to protect the public from lead-based paint hazards associated with renovation, repair and painting activities. These activities can create hazardous lead dust when surfaces with lead paint, even from many decades ago, are disturbed. The rule requires workers to be certified and trained in the use of lead-safe work practices, and requires renovation, repair, and painting firms to be EPA-certified. In order to become a certified renovator, individuals must take training from an EPA-accredited training provider.

• Lead Paint Test Authorization Forms
• Renovate Right Pamphlet
• Project Information Record
• Occupant/Owner Receipt Confirmation
Lead Test Documentation Report
• Lead Determination Worksheet
• Renovation Checklist
• Lead Paint Recordkeeping Timeline

• Laminated Flow Chart
• Pre-renovation Workers Meeting
• Cleaning Verification / Post Renovation
• Emergency Renovation Record

Yes, you can easily manage your documentation on Lead Paint jobs:

1) Step by Step Directions – Located on the back of each form
2) NCR Forms – No need to photo copy
3) Check off lists to keep you on Target with the documentation during each phase of your project
4) Use the Envelope to store your Documentation for that project
5) Each envelope includes the required forms

We’ve made it our job to make your job easier!
Improve safety and regulatory compliance with the EPA’s RRP Rule using this kit.


Directory Company Listing


Directory Company Listing
(50% Gold Membership Discount / 30% Silver Membership Discount)

Homeowners looking for contractors and General Contractors looking for sub-contractors enjoy the freedom to choose without having to sign up. Join the ranks of trusted and verified contractors today. Homeowners want to hire contractors who are reliable, reputable, professional and experienced. And they look for these qualities in contractors when they start doing their research online. That’s why it’s so important your company can be found online. And that you make such a great first impression online so that they’re compelled to call you and not your competitor.

How It Works for the Contractor
1. The customer selects the type of service they need (framing, flooring, roofing, etc.) and their location.
2. Then a list of contractors are displayed based on the proximity and trade (the homeowner may search by Company Name).
3. The homeowner clicks on a listing and can quickly request a bid

There is a lot of helpful information available to homeowners. As a contractor you can share 21 pieces of information on your listing, including your: Name, Address, Email,  Phone #, Trades, Services, Photos & Videos, Customer Reviews, Verified Business Badge, Links to Website and Social Media.

In today’s world it is extremely important for General Contractors to know who they are hiring as subcontractors.

General Contractors deal with a multitude of responsibilities from Insurance to Safety & compliance, and managing a profitable business is no easy task. You cannot afford to take on the risk of hiring a contractor that is not licensed, insured or properly verified.

Verifying contractor compliance is one of the most disregarded items that many General contractors don’t have the time or staff to handle. But it only takes one major loss to put you out of business. For example, hiring a contractor with a lapse in their liability policy while they’re performing work for you as a subcontractor.

If a sub were to have an auto accident during the course of work and they didn’t have a commercial auto policy with adequate limits. Or worse, if one of their employees were to sustain an injury. Situations like this are always unexpected and could be an expensive setback.

As a general contractor your priority should be to hire compliant contractors which in turn helps reduce potential business risk to you. Fortunately Directory for Contractors offers a list of verified contractors that have completed and passed a thorough screening process.

Our Background Screening And Monitoring Service Includes…

• Contractor Profile: Contractors can access their listing 24/7 to update their contact info, services offered, service areas and more.
• Insurance Certificate Management: Current and up to date information. Contractors are notified immediately when there are gaps in coverage.
• Background Screening: National, state and county government watch lists, criminal files, thousands of sex offender and criminal records including high profile databases such as OFAC, Money Laundering Database, Terrorist Watch List and FBI Most Wanted. We ensure compliance with Federal Laws tied to the 2001 Patriot Act, The Money Laundering Act and Executive Order 13224.
• Monitoring Service: A comprehensive background check, including verification of business status, potential fraudulent activity, possible criminal actions and insurance verification.

We screen each owner in the business and allow only those businesses that pass the comprehensive screening process to have a listing in our directory. So, you’ll have one less thing to worry about when you’re ready to hire your next contractor…

We provide a W-9 form for each contractor to provide proof for tax purposes. Our annually renewing process is tracked continuously throughout the year for General Liability. Worker Comp. and Commercial Auto. Our contractors background screening and monitoring service is built on a user friendly interactive platform enabling you to make better, easier and faster hiring decisions. Consider us an extension of your compliance team.

The system immediately alerts us when a contractor’s policy has a change in coverage, is cancelling or expiring. If the event is unsolved the contractor will be deemed to be out of compliance and their listing will be made inactive.


Risk Management Cloud Base Center

Risk Management Cloud Base Center
Reduce Risks And Injuries, While Improving Profitability. (Gold Membership Only)

Safety Incidents & Risk Management:
Record, track and report incidents, accidents, injuries and near misses. Launch investigations, conduct root cause analysis. Build a behavior-based safety program.

Risk Assessment:
Identify, analyze, monitor and mitigate existing and potential risks and hazards. Meet OSHA hazard communication requirements.

Document Control”
Manage & track Certificates of Insurance to reduce your liability. Store all of your documents in a secure online platform, control user access, track versions and revisions and ensure only accurate, up-to-date documents are used.

Training Management:
Schedule, track and report employee training with automatic email notifications. Maintain an audit-able record of all employee qualifications, licenses and certifications. Create job descriptions and modified duty programs.

Audits & Inspections:
Schedule audits, create checklists, manage audit related activities, data and processes across your business.

A Holistic Solution to Manage Risk, Control Loss, and Improve Compliance

Multitude of bilingual PowerPoints, Policies and Training Shorts

Manage your COIs to control liability and risk

Resources and materials for all 50 states

Build behavior-based safety programs with job hazard analyses

Trend incidents, report claims, print OSHA Logs

Access a pre-loaded library of comprehensive job descriptions; create Modified Duty assignments

Be compliant with OSHA hazardous material standards and the new Globally Harmonized System

Automate scheduling and reporting using our online training

Have your risk and compliance programs managed by Succeed

Jennifer Massey talks about how the risk management center has helped her organization