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MEANWHILE, HERE ARE
SOME EDITING TIPS FOR MODIFYING AND CUSTOMIZING MOST DOCUMENTS PURCHASED ON CASBuy.com
Glossary Links for Easy Reference:
Common Purchasing and Contracting Terms
Customizing & Editing Tips:
Save a Master of all the documents and templates
for future use and restoring actions required.
If the master is lost, go to http://www.casbuy.com/soread.html for
instructions on how to get replacement software via email.
Keep in mind that the document’s intent is to
provide a general guideline for creating specific documents based on each
individual organization’s requirements.
Some of the topics included in the templates may
not be applicable to your organization’s operations. A detailed review of all
topics is required.
Competent parties should review all
documents to ensure that all Federal, State and Local regulatory and legal
requirements are addressed. See Disclaimer for more specifics.
Execute a “Search & Replace” (Ctrl-H) to
replace <Author> with your company’s name. Review the document, front to
back and follow this procedure for any information noted with “< >”.
Keep in mind that Author is how the company
generally refers to itself. I.e. General Electric refers to itself as GE. The templates
use Author in that manner as it conveys its intentions.
Use this process for any phrase that needs
revision to reflect your organization’s processes.
If your organization has different titles for
individuals approving or taking action, execute a “Search & Replace”
(Ctrl-H) to replace the titles noted with the correct title. (Example: The Safety Manager typically approves
most actions related to the Safety. If
your company’s Safety Director approves these activities, Search for Safety Manager
and replace it with Safety Director.
Other responsibilities and duties have been left
blank so they can easily be filled in with specific organizational processes
· Start at the beginning, read each section, evaluate
its relevance, revise as needed, save, print and issue.
OSHA Links in some templates are provided for
the convenience and are constantly changing. If a link is no longer valid, go
to www.osha.gov and search for the topic
The OSHA Links go to some of the regulations,
opinions and rulings that relate to the topic being reviewed. Verifying that
the manual includes what is required for each unique situation is the
responsibility of the organization issuing the document.
researching OSHA links be sure to review all related documents for the latest
rulings related to the topic. The document templates are general and not
guaranteed to comply with standards that are constantly being updated by OSHA
and other regulatory agencies.
documents and templates are not standards or regulations,
and they create no new legal obligations between CAS and any other individual
or organization. The material is advisory in nature, informational in content,
and is intended to assist employers in providing a safe and healthful workplace
for their workers and others in their work areas. This condition can only be
obtained through effective prevention programs adapted to the needs and
resources of each work place. Every aspect of all activities and processes
contained in these documents must be evaluated for its relevance.
Occupational Safety and Health Act require employers to comply with
hazard-specific safety and health standards as issued and enforced by either
the Federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), or an
OSHA-approved State Plan. In addition, employers must provide their employees
with a workplace free from recognized hazards likely to cause death or serious
physical harm under Section 5(a)(1), the General Duty Clause of the Act. Employers can be cited for violating the
General Duty Clause if there is a recognized hazard and they do not take steps
to prevent or abate the hazard. However, failure to implement these guidelines
is not, in itself, a violation of the General Duty Clause.
products are not intended to provide legal advice or substitute for the advice
of safety professionals or attorneys.
products and information contained herein are intended to be used by the purchaser
for their benefit only.
parties should review all documents to ensure that all regulatory and legal
requirements are addressed. Consultation with an attorney or others with relevant
expert advice is highly recommended.
Use of the products constitutes acceptance of these