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Developing Your Written Safety Program is as Easy as 1, 2, 3!
Easy Workplace Safety Program
Developing a formal written safety plan doesn’t have to be an overwhelming task. Staying in compliance and avoiding hefty fines can be easy! This program from BLR makes it easy to develop a customized written plan that meets your organization’s particular needs for workplace safety and OSHA compliance.
Simply insert the CD, add your specific company information, and your program is complete. This carefully developed tool comes complete with a step-by-step manual and has detailed plans for 20 specific safety procedures—from emergency action to infection control.
- Statement of Company Policy
- Safety Committees
- Hazard Assessment and Control
- Incident Reporting and Investigation
- Information and Training
- Enforcement of Safety Procedures
- And Much More…
Monday, February 14 2011
OSHA’s Top 10: How to Stay Off the List
Every year OSHA publishes its Top 10 violations list, and every year employers fall into the same trap, garnering citations and often hefty fines. Last year was no different.
Tuesday, February 15, 2011
The Flip Side of Top 10: OSHA Cooperative Programs
Yesterday, we highlighted OSHA’s 2010 Top 10 list. Today, we talk about OSHA cooperative programs, which can help you avoid citations and penalties as well as achieve other important benefits.
Wednesday, February 16, 2011
Take Action on Emergency Action
You never know when a workplace emergency will strike. Be prepared with an effective EAP.
Thursday, February 17, 2011
Emergency Action Plans: What’s in Them and Who Needs to Know?
Yesterday, we reviewed the purpose of OSHA-required emergency action plans, how to develop one, and who needs to have one. Today, we cover what should be included in your EAP and how to communicate this information to employees.
Friday, February 18, 2011
E-learning is a versatile and highly effective form of training. What is e-learning? It is training that is delivered electronically via the Internet or an intranet. Unlike traditional training, the trainer and the trainees do not need to be in the same room. E-learning can be self-directed, with trainees working alone, scheduling their own training.