This checklist includes key elements that OSHA Inspectors look for in an acceptable Corporate Illness & Injury Prevention Program.
The number one objective of any organization must be the safety of its workers and anyone, both present and future, affected by organizational activities. Simple documentation of expectations and safety rules typically result in more efficient operations and fewer accidents.
Simple but effective, this format, with other site specific safety considerations taken into account, will provide a quick reference point to see if your program has the fundamental elements of an effective Illness and Injury Prevention Program.
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