Written Safety Programs
A comprehensive written safety program is your “road map” to providing a safe workplace environment. We’ll review your existing program to help you write one that will address the hazards that expose your company loss.
Training is the most important element of any safety or health program
Designing and effectively communicating to your employees or volunteers is critical to helping them learn their jobs properly, reinforce safety policies and procedures, and open opportunities to communicate your organization’s safety principles and management commitment to a safe working environment.
A good first step is New Hire Employee Safety Orientation.
We recommend including safety during the overall orientation conducted by qualified professionals in your organization.
Key elements of your safety training should include but are not limited to:
- General safety rules and policies
- Hazard and Chemical safety
- Electrical Safety
- Infection and blood-borne safety
- Emergency response including plans, locations and safety plan drills
- Safety, accident and violation procedures
- Equipment Safety