It is essential to ensure supervisors and employees clearly understand the expectations for safe job performance. Setting safety expectations helps hold supervisors and employees accountable for their actions. In addition, meeting OSHA regulatory guidelines helps to ensure a good safety culture at your facility is taking root.
This webinar will cover the basics of how to take potentially cumbersome written OSHA compliance policies and turn them into an employee user-friendly format. This will help with employee buy-in and engagement with safety and help to ensure OSHA compliance is maintained. Creating Job Safety Analysis/Job Hazard Analysis (JSA/JHA) can help supplement complicated OSHA written safety procedures.
Objectives of the Presentation
Why Should you Attend
- The importance of clear and concise safety procedure and instructions as a critical foundational component of your safety program
- How to get employee engagement in the process of creating concise safety procedures
- How to conduct a "gap assessment" to determine how to begin to develop and enhance safety procedures
- How developing JSAs/JHAs can supplement existing complex safety policies to ensure employee training and compliance
- How to best communicate with supervisors and employees about established procedures and instructions throughout development, review, and implementation
- Best practices for evaluating whether your safety procedures and instructions are well written or could use some TLC
- Answer site-specific questions and answers about developing clear and concise OSHA compliant procedures
Workplace safety is of paramount importance across all industries. Whether your employees go about their day to day work in an industrial setting, on a remote job site, or in a common office building, safety engagement is crucial to prevent injuries and ensure OSHA compliance.
Join the session to learn proven strategies for developing successful safety instructions with a focus on ensuring that the procedural component of the program provides a solid foundation for all stakeholders including senior management, supervisors and employees.
Who will Benefit
Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Professionals, EHS Engineers, EHS Managers, Corporate EHS Managers, Loss Prevention Personnel, Insurance Executives, Human Resource Coordinators and Managers, Plant Managers, General Managers, Legal Counsel, Safety Committee Members, Maintenance Managers, Production Supervisors, Plant Engineers