Simplifying Compliance: The Doc Maker Plugin

By David Dunham

Simplifying Compliance: The Doc Maker Plugin

Many regulatory requirements require employers to develop written plans and procedures. Take, for example, OSHA Standard 1926.1153 – Respirable Crystalline Silica, which mandates employers to establish a written exposure control plan to include elements such as task descriptions, engineering controls, workplace practices, and respiratory protection.  Follow David Dunham's use of the Doc Maker GPT plug-in to to produce the OSHA documents, including housekeeping measures and necessary procedures.

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