National Safe + Sound Week Campaign

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Show Your Commitment to Safety August 12 – 18, 2019

L&I is a proud partner of federal OSHA's Safe + Sound Campaign. This campaign provides a way for employers to strengthen their required written accident prevention program. We encourage every workplace to take a proactive approach to identify and manage workplace hazards before they cause injury or illness.

During Safe + Sound Week August 12 – 18, 2019, businesses nationwide host events and activities to help initiate or energize safety and health programs. You can tap into resources such as free live webinars, share educational content and find local events that can help build and improve your safety and health program.

Core elements of safety and health programs

Management leadership, worker participation and a systematic process for finding and fixing hazards are core elements of a successful safety and health program. Select a core element section to find activities and resources to build or enhance your safety program.

1. Management Leadership

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2. Worker Participation

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3. Finding and Fixing Hazards

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Webinar: Safe + Sound Week 2019 – are you ready to show your commitment to safety?

Join the campaign

Let us know you are participating this year by registering on OSHA's website now.

Activities

Free public events

Pacific Northwest OSHA Education Center – Seattle, Wash.
OSHA 7500: Introduction to Safety and Health Management (osha.washington.edu)Free!

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Tips for participating in Safe + Sound

  • Any level of participation is fine.
  • Develop what works best for your workplace.
  • Use new or existing programs.

Washington companies that have participated

  • Advanced Nutrients - Woodland, WA
  • Christensen Inc - Richland, WA
  • Clark Construction LLC - Bainbridge Island, WA
  • Columbia Basin College - Pasco, WA
  • Commercial Cold Storage - Mount Vernon; WA,
  • Conestoga Wood Specialties - Kent, WA
  • Corwin Beverage Co - Ridgefield, WA
  • Expert Safety Services - Seattle, WA
  • Habitat for Humanity Seattle-King County - Renton, WA
  • Harris Rebar - Seattle - Tacoma, WA
  • HealthFirst - Mukilteo, WA
  • Honeywell Defense - Redmond, WA
  • Jeffery Villarreal Insurance Agency - Puyallup, WA
  • Lamb Weston - Connell, WA
  • Monsanto - Othello, WA (a Washington Voluntary Protection Program Site).
  • Washington State Department of Labor & Industries - Olympia, WA
  • Whitworth University - Spokane, WA
  • WTCC - Richland, WA
  • Humane Society for Tacoma & Pierce County - Tacoma, WA
  • Kaiser Permanente WA - Renton, WA
  • KHS&S Contractors - Kent, WA
  • Kleinfelder - Seattle, WA
  • Ocean Spray - Long Beach, WA
  • Ocean Spray Cranberries, Inc. - Aberdeen, WA
  • Pacific Architects and Engineers (PAE) - Tacoma, WA
  • PnJ Machining, Inc - Puyallup, WA
  • Pro.com - Seattle, WA
  • Renewable Energy Systems (RES) - Centralia, WA
  • Seattle Parks and Recreation - Seattle, WA
  • Willliams Plant Services, LLC. - Richland, WA

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