Company Safety Manual

roxy

Active Member
Location
Minneapolis
Hello all,
I'm very interested to see how others have tackled writing their own safety manual. Or have you used an existing document from TCIA? Are those working well for you?
Thank you! R
 

CanaryBoss

Well-Known Member
Location
Jacksonville
We wrote our own. Took a lot of time and lawyering. I would have gladly purchased one but didn’t know of any available. Also, most have their own things that are specific to them and we would have had to tweak it anyway so we took on the task. Took over a year to complete.
 

roxy

Active Member
Location
Minneapolis
Found this on Google, there's others.
I'd like to see Davey's.
Thanks for the replies folks. Yes, upon further review utilizing the TCIA resource is easily the most time efficient. Still plenty of room for customization. Still hours of work involved to make it good.
R
 

Daren Smith

Member
Location
Norwalk
Has anyone bought the ANSI Standard Z133 Arboricultural Safety Standards and have a review on it? need to get started somewhere and thought it would be a good reference in building our own safety manual .
 

treehumper

Well-Known Member
Location
Ridgefield, NJ
I’ve had every version since 2007. It’s crucial to writing a safety manual as it is the reference that a court would use along with OSHA for industry standards.
 

Tom Dunlap

Here from the beginning
Administrator
I was in the Z Committee for a long while. When I retired I retired from the Z too

Including the Z would be important. It’s the baseline for our work. Build on what’s included
 

KevinS

Well-Known Member
Location
ontario
I’ve heard different things from different people. Does anyone have a list of mandatory policies and all what policies you should have?
 

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