|Product Name||Osha Construction Regulations Book (January 2012 Edition)|
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|Long Description||MANCOMM's OSHA Construction Industry Regulations will make your job much easier. You will wonder how you ever got along without it! Inside, you will find every OSHA regulation and form needed for compliance. You will spend less time looking up information and more time doing everything else you need to do. This handy 29 CFR 1926 volume is made with RegLogic® Premium, which takes the difficulty out of reading and using government regulations. You can use the book's Quick-Find Index™ to quickly access the information you need. Included you will find the 1903 regulations on inspections, citations, and proposed penalties; the 1904 regulations on recording and reporting occupational injuries and illnesses; pertinent 1910 general industry regulations; and every 1926 construction industry regulation. Also included are the OSHA 300 Log, Sharps Injury Log, incident report forms, selected OSHA letters of interpretation, and a listing of OSHA locations and phone numbers. The book ships with one full-size 300 Log.|
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