From: DAVE WINTZ (DWINTZ@dem.state.in.us)
Date: Wed Jun 10 1998 - 14:11:12 CDT
I don't think I've ever heard it called inclement safety policies, but OSHA rules require an Emergency Action Plan and Fire Prevention Plan - it's at 29 CFR PART 1910.38 - employers over 10 employees must have written plans - those with less than 10 can have plans verbally communicated to employees.
It's not a long standard, and it outlines what the plans must include.
Hope this helps.
Indiana Dept of Env Mgmt
>>> <Scottray@aol.com> 06/10/98 09:55AM >>>
I recently received a request for examples of inclement weather safety
policies adopted by other printing companies. I couldn't find any in my files
so I am soliciting volunteers to fax or email me a copy of thier company's
policies and procedures that ensure employee safety during severe weather.
Thank you for your help!
Printing Industry of MN
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