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Day to Day Safety

Prevent costly injuries and illnesses by putting your safety and health programs into action every day.

This includes noticing any changes in the workplace that can create new hazards or make existing hazards more dangerous.  Changes include adding process machinery, using different chemicals, adding longer work shifts, and using inexperienced workers. Such changes may require additional Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) and prevention measures.

Hold safety meetings                

Provide required protective gear

Keep machinery and equipment safe to operate

Conduct safety checks or inspections by a supervisor, job foreman, or safety committee.

Keep an OSHA 300 Log, when required

Report fatalities and hospitalizations directly to L&I within 8 hours

Investigate incidents that lead to injuries, illnesses, and near misses

Address any new or increased hazards

Improve safety by learning from others' work-related injuries, incidents, and near misses

Update your APP and other required programs

 

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