Is your safety bulletin board up to date?

Sep 28, 2023
Written by WR Communications


According to the Washington Administrative Code (WAC), every work location with eight or more employees must have a Safety Bulletin board with basic requirements posted.

The safety bulletin board must be large enough to post information, including:

  • Safety bulletins
  • Safety newsletters
  • Safety posters
  • Accident statistics (OSHA 300A form)
  • Other safety educational materials

Additionally, employers should post meeting notes for the 12 most recent safety meetings, a best practice for workplace safety. Every business location must also have the last 12 safety meeting notes available for review should an L&I safety inspector drop in to perform an inspection.

WR’s monthly member safety packets provide safety meeting topics and other pertinent information that can be posted on safety bulletin boards.

Members can find past monthly issues of RS Safety Meetings archive here.

Our safety team is available to help members improve their safety program beyond compliance toward quality safety practices. Contact us at [email protected] to learn more.


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