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Management should be involved in the safe work program?
Initially and at least annually, employers need to evaluate the program to ensure that it is operating as intended, is effective in controlling identified hazards
By establishing specific goals and objectives, management sets expectations for managers, supervisors, and workers and for the program overall.
Maintaining a positive and encouraging tone is important.
Worker participation is vital to the success of safety and health programs.
Sharing relevant safety and health information with workers fosters trust and helps organizations make more informed safety and health decisions.
Fixing hazards on the spot emphasizes the importance of safety and health and takes advantage of a safety leadership opportunity.
A wealth of information exists to help employers investigate options for controlling identified hazards. Before selecting any control options, it is essential to solicit workers’ input on their feasibility and effectiveness.
Additional training may be needed depending on the roles assigned to employers or individual managers, supervisors, and workers.
You should instruct workers on how to report injuries, illnesses, incidents, and concerns. If a computerized reporting system is used, ensure that all employees have the basic computer skills and computer access sufficient to submit an effective report.