OPOS Document/Work Plan
An OPOS, or Operating Procedure Outline Sheet, verifies the equipment on the building to be used for window cleaning and exterior building maintenance procedures. Per California code, it must include a number of elements in pictorial and written form to instruct employees about safe use of roof supported building maintenance equipment and/or procedures for window cleaning. It has become a major part of our industry and, while it can be appear to be a complicated document, it is essential that employees can easily read and understand it. In addition, the document must be written by a person with a California Scaffold Inspection and Testing Certification.
Lynn Safety is the industry-leader in providing OPOS documents and we develop the building specific document, as required by CA OSHA, as well as the Work Plan, a Fed OSHA required document, for exterior building maintenance equipment.