OSHA Janitorial Safety Manual

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Here’s Everything You Receive For Just $397

• Federal and State* OSHA Compliant Janitorial Safety Manual

• Unlimited Third Party Compliance Safety Plans (ISNetworld, Avetta, PEC Safety and more)

• Unlimited Site Specific Safety Plans

• 100+ Safety Meetings

• Employee Safety Handbooks

• Subcontractor Safety Handbooks

• Project Safety Inspection Checklists and Forms

• Safety Policy Statements

• Training Manuals

• Unlimited Professional Support for 1 Year

Janitorial Cleaning Standards

Here is an example of topics covered in the OSHA Janitorial Safety Manual. For a complete list, see the FAQs below.

  • Aisles
  • Bloodborne Pathogens & Other Infectious Material
  • Combustible & Flammable Liquid Handling
  • Company Vehicles
  • Coronavirus Disease 2019 Policy Statement
  • Disposable Respirators
  • Electrical Safety – Plus Extension Cords & GFCIs
  • Emergency Action Plan
  • Fire Prevention Plan
  • Hand Trucks
  • Hazard Communication
  • Hazardous Workplace Chemical Awareness & Exposure
  • Ladders
  • Lifting, Pushing and Pulling
  • Lighting
  • Machine Guarding
  • Material Storage
  • Mold & Mildew
  • Personal Protective Equipment - General
  • Safety Meetings
  • Slips, Trips & Falls
  • Stairways
  • Ventilation

Individual safety topics are included in all Federal OSHA Safety Manuals and may vary based on requirements in states such as California, Minnesota, Washington and other State OSHA Plan states.

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What Is An OSHA Janitorial Safety Manual?

If your cleaning business has one or more employees, OSHA requires you to have a written safety manual. This document is called a janitorial safety manual or janitorial safety program. It covers the safety policies, programs and procedures related to hazards that janitors and custodians may face on the job. Our all-in-one program makes it fast and easy to create a janitorial safety manual that meets OSHA regulations.

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Why Is A Janitorial Safety Program Important?

Cleaning companies provide essential services that help maintain a healthy indoor environment for commercial businesses and residences of all types and sizes. Janitors, custodians and employees in the cleaning industry can face many different hazards. An OSHA janitorial safety manual helps minimize hazards, create a safer work environment and educate workers about OSHA janitorial regulations.

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I ordered a safety manual for our company so that we could get through Avetta and it was approved first pass. Very happy with their product and glad I did not "Recreate" the wheel.

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Meet Today's OSHA Janitorial Training Requirements

Train employees quickly and easily with 50+ online OSHA compliant safety training courses.

Example Courses:

• Driving Safety and Company Vehicles

• Eye Protection

• Manual Lifting

• Pandemic Preparedness w/ COVID-19

• Respiratory Protection

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are all of the topics included in the Janitorial Safety Program?

    Policy Statements

    • Coronavirus Disease 2019 Policy Statement

    • Safety & Health Policy Statement

    • New Hire Safety Orientation Policy Statement

    • Stop Work Authority & Workers’ Right to Refuse Dangerous Work Policy Statement

    General Safety Policies & Procedures

    • Safety Program Overview

    • Access to Employee Medical Records & Exposure Records

    • Accident-Injury Prevention

    • Accident Investigation

    • Company Personnel

    • Drugs, Alcohol & Other Prohibited Behaviors

    • Emergency Action Plan

    • Enforcement

    • Fire Prevention Plan

    • First Aid & First Aid Kits

    • Housekeeping

    • Lifting, Pushing, Pulling

    • Portable Fire Extinguishers

    • Postings

    • Recordkeeping: Injuries & Illness

    • Safety Meetings

    • Safe Office Practices

    • Slip, Trips, Falls

    • Workplace Violence

    Job- & Equipment-Specific Safety Features

    • Abrasive Wheels

    • Aerial Lifts

    • Aisles

    • Combustible & Flammable Liquid Handling

    • Company Vehicles

    • Compressed Air

    • Compressed Gas Cylinders

    • Disposable Respirators

    • Electrical Safety – Plus Extension Cords & GFCIs

    • Hand Trucks

    • Hazardous Workplace Chemical Awareness & Exposure

    • Ladders

    • Lighting

    • LP Gas Storage

    • Machine Guarding

    • Machinery

    • Material Storage

    • Mold & Mildew

    • Scissor-Lift Fall Protection

    • Signs & Tags

    • Stairways

    • Tools: Hand

    • Ventilation

    • Walking & Working Surfaces

    Complete Written Programs

    • Bloodborne Pathogens & Other Infectious Material

    • Fall Protection

    • Forklifts

    • Hazard Communication

    • Personal Protective Equipment – General

    • Personal Protective Equipment – Hearing Conservation Overview

    • Prevention of Heat & Cold Stress

    • Scaffolds

    Individual safety topics are included in all Federal OSHA Safety Manuals and may vary based on requirements in states such as California, Minnesota, Washington and other State OSHA Plan states.

  • Do you charge extra for third-party safety plans like ISNetworld or Avetta?

    No. We don’t charge extra for third-party safety programs like ISNetworld, Avetta, Browz, Gold Shovel, CCS, Veriforce, Construct Secure, NDSC and First, Verify. Even if you need them all.

  • Is there a limit to how many third-party safety plans I can use?

    No. After you purchase a safety program for your business, you can use as many third-party safety templates as needed.

  • Do you charge extra for site specific safety plans?

    No. We don’t charge extra for site specific safety plans. They’re included with your $397 payment.

  • Is there a limit on how many site specific safety plans I can create?

    No. After you purchase the health and safety plan that best represents the type of work you perform, you can create as many site specific safety plans as you need throughout the year.

  • Can I edit the documents for my small business?

    Your company name is automatically added to all of your safety plan documents. Our online template makes it easy to also change and update additional company information without the hassle of reformatting to ensure professional-looking and perfectly formatted documents every time.

    We limit what else you can change within your health and safety plan. Our experience representing hundreds of clients that have been cited by OSHA has taught us what needs to be included in your plan to ensure your documents are compliant with OSHA regulations.

  • What if I'm not happy with my safety program?

    We want you to be happy with your purchase. If for any reason you’re not, we offer a 60-Day Unconditional No-Hassle 100% Money-Back Guarantee. Contact us by email, Live chat or phone and we’ll refund your money the same business day. It doesn’t get easier, so check out our plan for 60 days, risk free!

  • What format is my OSHA Janitorial Safety Manual in?

    Your document is provided in a PDF, the preferred and often required format by those requesting a copy. When you customize a safety plan using our online template, it automatically creates a professional-looking PDF, which saves you time on formatting.

  • Will I be able to download and print a safety program?

    Yes. After you customize your safety plan using our easy-to-use template, you can quickly download and print it.

  • How often do you update safety programs?

    Our team of experts stays on top of regulatory changes and makes routine updates to help ensure your safety plan is always in compliance. Updates are posted in your Client Center so you can review, download and print them any time you want.

  • Is my OSHA janitorial safety manual automatically renewed?

    No. You must opt in for auto-renewal. We don't automatically renew your safety plan or keep your credit card information on file.

    You won’t receive a phone call asking you to renew. A month prior to your expiration date, you’ll begin receiving reminders with an opportunity to renew at a discounted rate. All safety plan materials downloaded prior to expiration of your service are yours to keep and use. However, you may have the option to opt in to auto-renew for the guaranteed lowest price when you purchase your safety program.

    With auto-renew, the choice is yours, you receive reminders before your card is charged and you can cancel auto-renewal at any time before your renewal date.