The Workplace Safety Procedure provide methods for the evaluation and maintenance of a safe working environment. The workplace safety procedures ensures there are proper methods for handling injuries and define subsequent reporting requirements.
The prevention of occupationally induced injuries and illnesses is a management priority and will be given precedence in all operational matters. The company should not knowingly allow unsafe conditions to exist, or permit employees to participate in unsafe activities. The Workplace Safety Procedures apply to all employees and departments of your company. (32 page, 9362 words)
A safe work environment should be everyone’s goal. Accordingly, all employees are encouraged to evaluate their work methods and areas for potential safety hazards and/or ideas for improving safety in their work environment. Employees with ideas for accident prevention should complete a safety suggestion sheet and review with their project manager and forward to the company’s Safety Coordinator for follow-up. The OSHA Job Safety & Health Protection poster will be displayed on the company’s bulletin board as a reminder to all employees of the importance of worksite safety.
The CFO (Chief Financial Officer) should examine and certify the annual summary of work-related injuries and illness report.
The Human Resources Manager should act as the company’s designated Safety Coordinator and be responsible for implementing and maintaining the company’s safety program as well as inspecting supplies in the first aid kit.
The Purchasing Agent should be responsible for obtaining and updating MSDS’s and is responsible for replenishing supplies in the first aid kit.
- Worksite Analysis
- Hazard Prevention and Control
- Hazard Communication Program
- Medical Emergencies
- Workplace Safety Training
- Reporting and Record Keeping
- Additional Information Resources
Workplace Safety Procedure Forms
- Safety Suggestion Sheet Form
- Safety Self-Inspection Checklist Form
- Workplace Safety Action Plan Form
- Workplace Safety Rules Form
- Index of Hazardous Chemicals & MSDS Form
- Material Safety Data Sheet Form
- OSHA Recording Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses Forms