OSHA recently updated their Safety and Health Management Program Guidelines. These guidelines replace what OSHA previously proposed as an Injury Illness Prevention Program (I2P2). There is an exception for California, which still uses I2P2.
What are some of the challenges of implementing these program guidelines on a large construction site? What innovative ideas do you have that can make the program a success?
Under the new guidelines, OSHA added a seventh core element, “Communication and Coordination for Host Employers, Contractors, and Staffing Agencies.”
What does this seventh core element mean to general contractors or construction management firms?