Siding Contractor Safety Program Toolkit

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Contact: Rob Matuga
(202) 266-8507
rmatuga@nahb.org

This Siding Contractor Safety & Health Program Version 1.0 (February 2019) is a model designed for small companies primarily engaged in installing siding of fiber cement, wood, aluminum, vinyl, or other exterior finish material (except brick, stone, stucco, or curtain wall) on residential buildings. It contains resources needed to effortlessly set up a successful, company-wide safety program. It can also be customized to reflect the particular circumstances of each jobsite.

This practical, hands-on guide will be revised periodically to ensure it includes the latest information siding contractors need, including new regulatory compliance guidelines.

Download the complete safety program in English or Spanish, and use the forms to execute the program and display on jobsites.

Forms

Safety Inspection Checklist
Scaffold Inspection Form
Chemical Inventory List
Employee Training Record Form
Safety Meeting/Tool Box Talk Roster
OSHA Recordkeeping Forms
Injury Accident Investigation
Non-Injury Near Miss Investigation
Property Damage Investigation
Witness Statement Form
Emergency Contact Form
Silica Written Exposure Control Plan
OSHA Scaffold Guide
OSHA Ladder Safety QuickCard
OSHA Stepladder Fact Sheet
OSHA Fall Prevention Fact Sheet (English)
OSHA Fall Prevention Fact Sheet (Spanish)
OSHA Aerial Lifts QuickCard (English)
OSHA Aerial Lifts QuickCard (Spanish)
OSHA Silica Fiber Cement Board Fact Sheet
NIOSH-OSHA Nail Gun Safety Guide (English)
NIOSH-OSHA Nail Gun Safety Guide (Spanish)
OSHA Personal Protective Equipment Fact Sheet (English)
OSHA Personal Protective Equipment Fact Sheet (Spanish)
OSHA Hand & Power Tool Safety Booklet
OSHA Posters (English)
OSHA Posters (Spanish)
OSHA Job Hazard Analysis Booklet

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