- communicate your safety and health policy and set program objectives.
- engage workers, managers, and executives in the safety and health process.
- create distinct lines of responsibility for safety among company personnel.
- compile an inventory of potential workplace hazards and identify gaps in the safety and health program.
- devise a hierarchy of management systems to prevent and control hazards.
- develop an occupational health delivery system tailored to meet the specific needs of your company.
- establish ongoing safety and health training to help workers understand hazards and protect against them.
Determining the Direction of Your Program: Establishing Policy, Goals, and Objectives.
Visible Top Management Leadership: Showing Your Management Commitment.
Assigning Safety and Health Responsibilities.
Developing Accountability for Safety and Health.
Safety and Health Quality Control: Determining How Well Your Safety and Health Program Works.
Establishing Complete Hazard Inventories.
Catching the Hazards That Escape Controls.
Establishing Hazard Prevention and Control Programs.
The Occupational Health Delivery System: A Medical Program That Is Right for Your Worksite.
Safety and Health Training.