What Must Go In Your Safety Plan
Do you know what should go into a safety policy? More importantly, what OSHA requires that must
go into your safety plan? If not, you are not alone.
Don't wait until someone gets hurt or OSHA fines you to get serious about putting together a safety plan that actually applies to your company’s work! Learn the best ways to go about it to save yourself grief, time, and money!
This webinar will give you best practices and clear direction so you don’t feel overwhelmed, but instead have confidence regarding what OSHA requires for a Safety Plan.What You'll Learn:
What OSHA Requires For A Safety Plan
Making sense of the many names for a Safety Plan or Safety Manual:
One size does NOT fit all
How Long Should it Be?
Who Should Write It?
- Purchase a done-for-me Safety Plan from a 3rd party vendor?
- Purchase template that I must edit?
- Do it ourselves?
Tips On Making It Applicable And Relevant To Your Job
- Your Workplace
- Your Hazards
- Your Requirements
Vision For A Safety Culture That Goes Way Beyond What Osha Requires!
- “Have to” vs. “Want to”
- Continual Improvement
Making Sense Of Safety Topics For Construction & Manufacturing Companies!
- Management Commitment
- Employee Involvement
- Worksite Analysis
- Hazard Prevention & Control
- Discipline Policy
- Medical Surveillance
- Cell Phone Policy
- First Aid/Bloodborne Pathogens
- Emergency Action Plans
- Fire (Housekeeping)
- HAZCOM - Chemicals
- Mobile Equipment
- Slips, Trips and Falls
- General Duty Clause: Weather, Ergonomics
Understanding Other Possible Safety Topics For That Might Apply
- Confined Space
- Crystalline Silica
- Arc Flash (NFPA 70E)