Blueprints® for Safety

The Step-by-Step System for Safety and Compliance


Contains instructions that explain the materials and shows how to use the system.

Introduces the topic and explains what this means to your workplace.

How to:
This section provides instructions for meeting the OSHA standard or steps for establishing the best safety practices for non-compliance topics. A complete copy of the OSHA standard is provided for compliance topics.

Written Program:
The written program is an important part of the OSHA compliance requirements. This section includes a sample written program in a fill-in-the-blank format to allow you to quickly create your own written program. Also provided is a complete set of recordkeeping forms.

Scripted training leads you through a successful training session. It provides training tips, a glossary of terms, and includes tools such as an instructor guide, templates for transparencies (ask about PowerPoint® availability), learning exercises, an award-winning video and five employee handbooks with most programs. Also available are Spanish/English combo Kits and Employee Handbooks.

Accident Investigation
Back Injury Prevention
Bloodborne Pathogens Control Your Exposure
Confined Space Entry
Construction Fall Protection
Effective Safety Committees
Electrical Safety: What Everyone Should Know
Elements of Ergonomics
Emergency Preparedness
Eye Protection
Fire Extinguishers
Handle with Care: Forklift Safety Training
Hazard Communication: Your Key to Chemical Safety
Hearing Conservation
Machine Safeguarding
Order Picker Safety
Personal Protective Equipment
Powered Pallet Jack Safety
Preventing Slips, Trips and Falls
Principles of Office Ergonomics
Reach Truck Safety
Respiratory Protection
Safety Program Management
Workers' Compensation Management

Questions? Contact Moira Beznoska at 605-361-7785/800-952-5539;

Contact the South Dakota Safety Council at
or phone 605-361-7785 or 1-800-952-5539.