Safety Products

Our quality products and supplies are developed to help the licensed contractor and their employees be safe and in compliance OSHA and EPA regulations. Whether you need U.S. approved testing kits, safety meeting manuals, lead paint documentation forms, we have these and more to serve your needs.

RRP DOCUMENTATION

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FALL PROTECTION

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SAFETY MEETING MANUALS

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SAFETY PROGRAM (IIPP)

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COMPLIANCE BUNDLE

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RRP Lead Paint Documentation

These Kits Include the EPA Compliance Documentation Forms as Required by the RRP Rule.

Standard 3-Job
EPA Compliance Kit

Standard Kit includes Documentation for 3 Lead Paint Projects, RRP Step Process and Renovate Right

$89

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FREE RRP Lead Paint Forms Guide

This guide will explain each form and why documentation is so important in protecting your business.


INDIVIDUAL LEAD PAINT DOCUMENTATION FORMS
Proper documentation will protect you from lead poisoning lawsuits.

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Lead Hazard
Warning Signs,
20 count package

Complies with the EPA’s RRP Rule. Printed on heavy cardstock, 13.5” x 10.5”
$24.95 +S&H
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Paint Chip Sample Collection, 10 count pad
This form needs to be filled out when testing for Lead Paint. A certified Renovator must use EPA-recognized test kits to determine if lead-based paint is present.
$21.95 +S&H
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Emergency Renovation Record, 10 count pad
Protect yourself from litigation when you have been required to perform an emergency renovation and record all the pertinent details.
$21.95 +S&H
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Cleaning Verification Post Renovation,
10 count pad

Give to the Property Owner when the project is complete showing the types of Cleaning Procedures and Verifications you used.
$21.95 +S&H
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Non-Certified Worker Training Record,
10 count pad

For recording EPA compliance regarding Non-Certified Workers and their training in Lead Work Practices by the Certified Renovator.
$21.95 +S&H
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Sub-Contractors RRP Requirements,
10 count pad

If sub-contractors work for you on a Lead Paint job they and their workers need to meet need to be EPA certified and insured.
$21.95 +S&H
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Lead Test Results,
10 count pad

Used to list details of the property, type of lead testing, location, and the results. A copy is given to the Property Owner after testing.
$21.95 +S&H
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Renovation Checklist,
10 count pad

The Renovation Checklist is a “Re-Cap” of the Renovation Procedures that you followed during the job.
$21.95 +S&H
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Lead Paint Work Practices Determination Worksheet,
10 count pad

For documenting all required meetings to discuss safety, techniques, challenges, and your compliance with laws or regulations.
$21.95 +S&H
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Renovation Notice Multi-Family
Renovation Notice Multi-Family Sign,
20 count pad

Informs tenants where to contact you to get a copy of the Renovate Right Pamphlet and what work you will be conducting. Pad of 25 Single Copy Signs
$24.95 +S&H
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RRP Laminated 8 Step Flow Chart-English
Used to guide you through the entire Lead Renovation Project this Flow Chart is a must have for every Certified Renovator in your company.
$29.99 +S&H
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RRP Laminated 8 Step Flow Chart-Spanish
Used to Spanish language guide you through the entire Lead Renovation Project this Flow Chart is a must have for every Certified Renovator in your company.
$29.99 +S&H
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Lead Hazard Info Pamphlet Receipt,
10 count pad

This is a confirmation form used when you give a Property Owner or Tenant a Renovate Right Brochure.
$21.95 +S&H
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Lead Paint Testing Release of Liability,
20 count pad

Before you test for lead you’ll want to use this release of liability to protect your business from any responsibility sustained from conducting invasive testing.
$21.95 +S&H
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Record of Tenant Notification Re-Cap,
10 count pad

This is an “internal” document that Re-caps who from your company notified the tenants in a Multi Unit complex that Lead Paint Renovation was going to be done.
$21.95 +S&H
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Why You Need This EPA Lead Paint Documentation Kit | Lead Paint Informational Videos (Click Here)

Why You Need This EPA Documentation Kit…

COMPLIANCE Contractors who disturb lead painted surfaces are required to provide Pre & Post Renovation Documentation.
EPA AUDITS EPA can request your Documentation to verify your compliance. Documentation must be kept 5 years.
LIABILITY Protect your business from lead paint claims with proper documentation.

3M™ LeadCheck™ Swab Demo on Painted Wood and Metal Surfaces

Test for Lead Paint with the Klean Strip D-Lead Paint Test Kit

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Fast Acting Lead Paint Test Kits

These tests are design to quickly determine in minutes if lead is present in painted surfaces. No additional time is required to detect lead chromate commonly found in red yellow, orange and green paints.


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3MTMLeadCheckTM Swabs 8-Tests Kits Disposable LeadCheck swabs instantly turns bright pink when lead is present.

$34.99+S&H

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D-Lead®Paint 24-Tests Kits Test for lead on painted drywall, plaster, wood and ferrous metal surfaces.

$69.99+S&H

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Fall Protection Program

Stay OSHA Compliant! Increase Your Workplace Safety & Productivity.

Fall Protection Program &
Fall Protection Training DVD

Our Fall Protection Program is State Specific & Custom printed with your company name.
Includes 50 JHA’s (Job Hazard Analysis)

$229

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Fall Protection Federal and State Specific Plans by State | OSHA Fall Protection Violation Description (Click Here)
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

OSHA Fall Protection Violation Description

Description of Violation
Maximum Penalty
A technical violation of an OSHA standard that poses no direct threat to the health or safety of employees. For example, ladder rungs 13 inches apart rather than 12 inches required by the standard would generally be characterized as a De Minimis violation.

De Minimis violations carry no penalty

A violation that has a direct relationship to job safety and health, but probably would not cause death or serious physical harm. OSHA may assess a penalty from $0 to $1,000 for each violation. The agency may adjust a penalty for an Other-Than-Serious violation downward by as much as 95 percent, depending on the employer’s good faith (demonstrate efforts to comply with the Act), history of previous violations, and size of business.
Minimum: $0 Maximum: $1,000

A violation where there is a substantial probability that death or serious physical harm could result. OSHA assesses the penalty for a serious violation from $1,500 to $7,000 depending on the gravity of the violation. OSHA may adjust a penalty for a serious violation downward based on the employer’s good faith, history of previous violations, and size of business.

Minimum: $1,500 Maximum: $7,000

A violation that the employer intentionally and knowingly commits. The employer is aware that a hazardous condition exist, knows that the condition violates a standard or other obligations of the Act, and makes no reasonable effort to eleminate it. OSHA may propose penalties of up to $70,000 for each willful violation. The minimum willful penalty is $5,000. When a willful violation is deemed to be ‘egregious’ then OSHA can apply willful violation limits found of for every violation found or for every employee exposed to hazards.

Minimum: $5,000 Maximum: $70,000

An employer and responsible management individuals convicted in a criminal proceeding of a willful violation of a standard that has resulted in the death of an employee may be fined up to $250,000 for individuals and $500,000 for a corporation or imprisoned up to 6 months, or both. A second conviction doubles the possible term of imprisonment.

Individuals: $250,000 + 6 mon ths jail Corporation: $500,000 + 6 month jail

Willful penalties are applied on a violation-by violation basis or employee by employee exposure.
A violation of any standard, regulation, rule, or order where, on reinspection, a substantially similar violation is found and the original citation has become a final order. Violations can bring a fine or up to $70,000 for each such violation within the previous 3 years. To calculate repeated violations, OSHA adjusts the initial penalty for the size and then multiplies by a factor of 2, 5, or 10 depending on the size of the business.

Maximum: $7,000

Failure to correct a prior violation may bring civil penalty of up to $7,000 for each day that the violation continues beyond the prescribed abatement date.

Maximum: $7,000 each day

$10,000 fine or up to 6 months jail or both
Maximum: $7,000
Minimum: $5,000
$1,000 fine or up to 6 months jail or both

The employer is strongly advised to contact an attorney in the event of an employee or contractor death. In addition to substantial OSHA civil liability, a fatality is likely to result in a civil lawsuit and possibly a criminal investigation.

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Safety Meeting Manuals

Our Safety Meeting Manuals are an Essential Part of Construction Site Safety Management.

Contractor Trade Specific
Safety Meeting Manual

Includes FREE 24-Week
Drivers Safety Meeting Manual.
Available in English or Spanish.

$199

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We Offer Over 15 Trade Specific Safety Meeting Manuals, Developed for Your Specific Industry Needs (Click Here)
Contractors, Our Trade Manuals Include 52 OSHA Required Safety & General Safety Topics. Bring Awareness to Workers about Potential Hazards. Help Prevent Work-Related Injuries. Implement Safety Conscience Environment.

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Refund Policy: Refunds are not available due to printing and name customization of each product.

Tips on Developing a Strong Safety Culture for Maintaining an Accident-Free Workplace (Click Here)

Developing a strong safety culture is important for maintaining an accident-free workplace.

Conducting safety meetings is an effective way to instill a strong safety culture, avoid frivolous lawsuits and OSHA Fines. It sends a clear message that every day starts with safety. Safety meetings play a vital role in communicating hazards and training your workers.

Safety Meetings Information Training – Why It’s Worth It!

Running OSHA safety meetings time after time can lose some of the spark as an effective training tool. We’ve all been to safety meetings that missed the mark—topics were not pertinent, sessions ran too long, disorganization ruled—and we’ve seen safety training forgotten as soon as the meeting was over. How can we avoid safety meetings that don’t work? What can we do to get the most effective training for the time, energy, and dollars spent in safety training?

Here are some tactics when running outstanding safety meetings…

Carefully time the length of meetings. If you hold meetings once a month, keep the length at 30-45 minutes; once a week, keep –it 30 minutes or less with 20 minutes as the ideal length. The longest meetings should run no more than an hour. For construction work, have short, informal tailgate safety meetings of 5, 10, or 15 minutes before work once a week, with a –longer talk at least once a month or at the start of each phase of the construction project. Schedule topics over a long period—a year is most common. The schedule provides reasonable deadlines for the trainer and –helps others plan their working days. Select meeting topics on the basis of 1) a review of the most recent types of accidents and near-accidents, 2) related corporate –safety goals, 3) any particular subjects that need to be covered from a legal or insurance standpoint, and 4) your basic list of –safety topics to be reviewed. Occasionally, have the senior management person at the location open the meeting and sit in—it’s a sign of commitment.

Why Are Safety Meetings Important?

Without constant reminders about safety, we all tend to forget, get sloppy, take risks, and have accidents. Safety meetings are a great refresher, and keep your employees updated with changes in the regulations, safety procedures, equipment, personal protective equipment (PPE), and job assignments and responsibilities. Refresher training is also sometimes required by law, and having a pre-planned weekly meeting is a convenient way to go over required training.

Manual includes: “52 OSHA – required Safety & General Safety Topics”

Educate Workers on Potential Hazards and Prevent Work-Related Injuries The informative topics are intended for use in on-the-job safety training meetings to educate workers on potential hazards and –prevent work-related injuries and illnesses. A record of the safety meeting includes: Date, safety topic, attendee’s signatures, recommendations or additional comments. Records should be kept on the file for the duration of each attendee’s employment.

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Safety Program (IIPP)

Safe & Healthy Work Environment for Employees, Subcontractors and Other Affected by Your Tasks.

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Implement a safety and health program effectively.

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Safety Program TODAY!

Major Topics Covered…

• Safety and Health Policies
• Company and Individual Responsibilities
• Written Safety Procedures and Inspections
• Hazard Correction
• Communication, Training, Compliance, Disciplinary Action

Printed Program

$349

Printed format also
includes USB digital
file backup.

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Developing a Strong Safety Culture is Important for Maintaining an Accident-Free and Healthy Workplace (Click Here)

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.
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  Convenient Cost Savings Bundled Package

OSHA Safety Compliance Bundle

With Our Customized Bundle, Staying Compliant Couldn’t Be Easier…

OSHA Safety Compliance
Bundle Includes:

• Custom Fall Program
• Safety Meeting Manual
• Driver Safety Meeting Manual
• Fall Protection Training DVD

$449

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What Our Customized Fall Protection Plan Includes (Click Here)

Stay OSHA Compliant! Increase Your Workplace Safety & Productivity.

  • Fall protection equipment proper usage
  • Fall Hazards-Recognition & Elimination
  • Guardrail systems-use and operation
  • Personal fall arrest system
  • Safety net/Warning line systems
  • Safety monitoring systems
  • Controlled access zones
Driver Safety Meeting Manual (24 Weeks) 24 Weeks of Safety Meetings for your Drivers and Employees who use company vehicles or their vehicles in work.
Trade Specific Safety Meeting Manual (50 Weeks) This Safety Meeting Manual contains a years worth of Safety Meeting Topics along with “sign off” pages to prove to OSHA that you are compliant.
State Specific Fall Protection Program Our Fall Protection Program is State Specific & Custom printed with your company name. Includes 50 JHA’s (Job Hazard Analysis).
Fall Protection Training DVD Train your workers using this 45 minute video about Fall Protection Hazards and how to properly use PPE to be in compliance with OSHA regulations.

Refund Policy: Refunds are not available due to printing and name customization of each product.


Our Fall Protection Plan Includes:

Customized to Your State

The plan you will receive is determined based on if you are regulated by Federal or State OSHA.

Personalized to Your Company

Your Fall Protection Plan will be personalized with your “Company Name” & developed by Safety trained experts.

Includes 50 Fall Protection Job Hazard Analysis/Worksheets

50 Individualized Worksheets included. Use these to carefully assess each job and determine if a “Job Specific Plan” needs to be adopted for each individual project per OSHA requirements.

Training DVD Included

Employee training can be time-consuming but it’s necessary. Use this DVD as a training tool to help you with the employee training requirement.

Helps You Stay Compliant

You will know EXACTLY how to address: Controlled Access Zones, including the equipment you will provide your workers to protect them from fall hazards such as safety nets, guardrail, personal fall arrests, warning line and positioning device systems.

No matter how long you have been in business you must have a current plan. Let us help you with a Customized Plan that will be easy to follow and implement so you can start using it right away!

*All contractors working over 6 ft. above the lower level, including platforms, roofs and other similar situations are required to have their own company specific Fall Protection Plan before initiating work.

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