Be Confident That Your Safety Program Has All Your Risks Covered
Get clear on what regulations apply to your operations.
End the concern that you missed something that will bite you later.
And protect your job and company by knowing that your safety program is thorough.
Hazard Assessments Are The Foundation To An Effective Safety Program
As a new Safety Manager or if you are new to the company, a hazard assessment needs to be one of the first items on your to-do list.
The goal of your safety program is multifaceted. You need to protect the company from liability and fines, save costs and reputation by reducing injuries, and you have to make sure that all possible risks are reduced to as low as you can get them. This starts with knowing ALL the hazards in your workplace.
Look, you work hard. There are a lot of moving parts to a safety program and I know you get overwhelmed. You have to be on top of Regulations, Training, Behaviors, Policies, Meetings, JHAs, SOPs, and everything else your team likes to call a "Safety Issue." It's easy for things to slip through the cracks or get put off.
But, you know there's nothing worse than an accident happening due to a hazard you didn't even know was there.
That's Why Your Hazard Assessment Needs to Be Thorough
Learn a Systematic Approach
When you approach your hazard assessment through a systematic process you go beyond your own intuition and recollection. You create a comprehensive result that you can feel confident in. An effective hazard assessment should uncover all possible safety risks leaving you with an action plan for improvement.
At the End of This Workshop You Will...
Have a repeatable process for doing a thorough hazard assessment now, in the future, or at any company you work with.
Understand the purpose of a Hazard Assessment and how the results can be used.
Know the difference between a Hazard Assessment, Inspection, and PPE Assessment.
Complete a comprehensive hazard assessment focusing on every possible hazard in your workplace.
Have the tools to document your hazard assessment and action items.
Create a culture of collaboration by including employees and managers in your process.
Complete your annual PPE Hazard Assessment.