Active Shooter/Armed Assailant Preparedness Plan (TR-Z590.5)
Workplace violence is a growing concern. The ASSP Technical Report: How to Develop and Implement An an Active Shooter/Armed Assailant Plan incorporates recognized best practices from leading safety experts to provide organizations the tools they need to help protect their employees from harm.
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Confined Spaces (Z117.1)
ANSI/ASSP Z117.1 covers the safety requirements that employees should use when entering, exiting and working in confined spaces at normal
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Construction & Demolition Operations (A10)
ANSI/ASSP A10 standards cover safety requirements for a wide range of activities related to construction and demolition operations — from
erecting scaffolding, to handling explosives, to pouring concrete.
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Fall Protection and Fall Restraint (Z359)
The ANSI/ASSP Z359 series of standards addresses fall protection equipment and systems for climbing, work positioning,
fall arrest, rescue, evacuation and other operations that present fall hazards. These standards also addresses identifying
and abating hazards to prevent injuries when working at height, as well as worker training.
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Fleet/Motor Vehicles (Z15)
Establish a foundation for identifying gaps and mitigating risks in a company’s fleet safety program.
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Hydrogen Sulfide Training (Z390.1)
The ANSI/ASSP hydrogen sulfide (H2S) training standard helps protect workers from overexposure to hydrogen sulfide, a gas that can cause a wide range
of health effects. The standard establishes accepted practices, safety training and instructions for workers.
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Lockout, Tagout and Alternative Methods (Z244.1)
The ANSI/ASSP Z244.1 standard focuses on lockout, tagout and alternative methods designed to help control the unexpected release of hazardous energy from machines, equipment and processes, thereby protecting workers from the related dangers.
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Machine Guarding (B11)
The B11 series of machine guarding standards addresses how to safeguard new, existing, modified or rebuilt power and manual-driven machines that are used to process materials and the associated equipment used to transfer material or tooling.
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OSH Management (Z10; ISO 45001)
ANSI/ASSP Z10.0 is a comprehensive, systems-based standard that provides flexibility in tailoring its requirements to your organization’s safety and health risks.
ISO 45001 offers guidance on establishing, implementing and maintaining an OSH management system to improve occupational safety and health, minimize risks and eliminate hazards.
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OSH Training (Z490)
Learn to deliver training effectively, evaluate the outcomes and application of training on the job, and document the training to maintain compliance with company policies and regulatory mandates.
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Personal Protective Equipment for Women (Z590.6)
The ASSP TR-Z590.6-2023 technical report provides manufacturers with guidelines on how to design equipment to keep women safe. It also informs end users on the selection, fit and use of PPE for women.
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Prevention Through Design (Z590.3)
The ANSI/ASSP Z590.3 standard provides guidance for a life-cycle assessment and design model that balances OSH goals over the lifespan of a facility, process or product.
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Risk Management (ISO 31000)
The ISO 31000 standards, apply to a wide range of risk management activities, including strategies, decisions, operations, processes, functions, projects, products services and assets.
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Safety and Health Metrics (Z16.1)
The ANSI/ASSP Z16.1 standard helps organizations establish effective measurement systems that assess safety and health performance, reduce risks, identify gaps in safety and health management systems, and drive needed improvements.
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Temporary Workers (Z590.9)
The future of work brings new challenges to occupational safety and health, including how to best protect workers employed through non-standard work arrangements. The ASSP TR-Z590.9 technical report is free of charge and provides expert guidance for host companies.
Walking/Working Surfaces (A1264)
The ANSI/ASSP A1264 standards for walking/working surfaces establish provisions for safe working and walking environments where the potential for slips and trips exists because of surface characteristics and conditions.
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Work/Aerial Work Platforms (A92)
Aerial work platform standards provide criteria for vehicle-mounted rotating and elevating work platforms, elevating aerial
platforms, boom-supported elevated aerial platforms, and a series of equipment related to the aerial platform and access
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