In today’s business environment of growing government regulations, a Written Safety Plan should be considered an essential part of your companies Health & Safety Program.Recent changes in OSHA Rules & Regulations are changing the way general contractors view job site safety and safety requirements are being requested on bid work and insurance coverages.
A safety plan is a written statement of principles and goals embodying your company's commitment to workplace health and safety.Only through the joint commitment on the part of management and employees can workplace accidents and injuries be reduced or eliminated. The use of a Written Safety Plan not only keeps your company in compliance with OSHA, job site requirements and insurance coverage but encourages employees to work in a safe manner.
Each safety plan is designed to fit individual company’s needs.
Materials Included: (2 binders) Written Safety Plan Binder consisting of:
- Complete printed Written Safety Plan along with supporting documents. - Safety Talk Meeting sheets. - Bloodborne Pathogens Policy. - Drug-Free Workplace Policy. - Back-up DVD of Written Safety Plan and all supporting documents. MSDS Binder Consisting of: - HAZCOM Policy.
Lapierre Electric - Safety Plan
Some of the components of a safety plan are as follows:
Personal Conduct Policy
Employee Personal Limitations Policy
Drug-Free Workplace Policy
Emergency Evacuation Procedures, Fire Prevention Plan and Emergency Response Plan
Training & Education requirements specific to your company needs