Effective safety programs require written policies and procedures for managers and employees to use as guidelines. SEC has extensive experience in developing these programs for our clients. These programs can be written as standalone documents, as a comprehensive safety program manual, or as an element to enhance an existing program manual, depending on your specific needs. Written policies and procedures help assure federal and state OSHA compliance, and such written programs are required by many of the federal and state OSHA regulations. The list below presents examples of safety program policies and procedures that SEHC has developed. “Injury and Illness Prevention Program “Hazard Communication Program “Chemical Hygiene Plan for Laboratory Operations “Bloodborne Pathogens Program “Personal Protective Equipment and Respiratory Protection Program “Permit-Required Confined Space Entry Program “Hearing Conservation Program.