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Old 10-21-2011, 10:53 AM  
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Anyone Have A PPE Log Book That They'd Feel Like Sharing?


Anyone have a PPE log book that they'd feel like sharing?

I have been wanting to make up my own, but haven't and I know I am running a risk if one of my guys get caught breaking a safety law. A friend of mine just got a fine because one of his employees wasn't strapped in on a walkable roof when repairing a chimney flashing. The employee had the harness on the truck and was instructed to use it (supposedly).

I just want a log book to show that I provided PPE equipment, and that the employee acknowledges recieving it and being trained to use it. Rather than have a form for each piece, I think it makes sense to have form for each employee with the various items on the sheet.

Anyone have a PPE log book that they'd feel like sharing?
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Old 10-23-2011, 12:55 PM  
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Re: Anyone Have A PPE Log Book That They'd Feel Like Sharing?


how about this? may be able to use at a guide

60 pages is a bit long

http://www.worksafebc.com/publicatio...z_log_book.pdf

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