Safety, Health & Environmental

Resources, Information and Links


Carbon Monoxide Safety

Know the dangers of Carbon Monoxide, how to prevent exposure and what to do if you see someone showing symptoms of poisoning.

Extension Cord Safety

Prevent dangers such as electrocution, fire, and tripping hazards with

these proper safety precautions.

Pinch Points

Pinch points can cause serious injuries, including amputation or even death. They can occur on any part of the body when caught between two objects.

Safety Data Sheets

Safety Data Sheets include information such as the properties of each chemical at a workplace; the physical, health, and environmental health hazards; protective . . .




Safety Manual


To help get you started.

US Depart. of Labor issues new workplace guidance


Stronger workplace guidance on coronavirus

New OSHA guidance seeks to mitigate, prevent viral spread

in the workplace

On-Site Safety & Health Consultation Program

A confidential, no-charge service to assist small employers throughout the state of Missouri in reducing injuries and illnesses without penalty.

Hazard Communication Program

This sample Hazard Communication Program provides a template

and can be modified to reflect

individual policies

and procedures.

Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Plan

This sample Bloodborne Pathogens program is in order to comply with OSHA’s standard, 29 CFR 1910.1030. This written program must

be site specific.

Emergency Action


To comply with OSHA’s standard for Emergency Action Plans, 29 CFR 1910.38, this written program must be site specific and can be

Modified to reflect individual policies and procedures.






OSHA's Most Frequently Cited Standards

Manufacturing (NAICS 33)

Preparing for an OSHA Inspection

2019 Missouri

Injury Incidents

Most manufacturing injuries occurred:

During the Noon Hour

With Males

Age Group of 50-59

On Mondays

In August

In St. Louis County

OSHA Form 300A

Posting Requirements

Begin Feb. 1

Analyzing Workplace Injuries in Manufacturing

Data collected by the Missouri Department of Labor and Industrial Relations

Manufacturing Safety Talks Packet

Provided by Connell Insurance

Importance of Safety Shoes

Manufacturing Advisor

Provided by Connell Insurance

Advancing Metal Recycling


Asbestos Worker 

Missouri - OSHA


April 19-22, 2021

 For anyone conducting asbestos abatement activities of friable asbestos-containing building materials in a school or public and commercial building. The Missouri test is given in this course.


The links below provides information in energy management and building optimization, energy resilience and security, and the use of advanced and distributed energy technologies.

Interior and Exterior Lighting Systems
Cyber-securing Facility Related Controls
Solar Systems and Severe Weather
Distributed Energy Program