Occupational Health and Safety

An effective occupational safety and health program includes the following four main elements: 

Each of these can be realized overnight with Forms Manager. 

Occupational Health and Safety

An effective occupational safety and health program includes the following four main elements: 

Each of these can be realized overnight with Forms Manager. 

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Management

1) MANAGEMENT COMMITMENT & EMPLOYEE INVOLVEMENT

Set the tone with rewards and observations.

The elements of management commitment and employee involvement are complementary and form the core of any occupational safety and health program. 

Management's commitment provides the motivating force and the resources for organizing and controlling activities within an organization. 

In an effective program, management regards worker safety and health as a fundamental value of the organization and applies its commitment to safety and health protection with as much vigor to other organizational goals.

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EMPLOYEE REWARDS

Recognize safe behaviours with Forms Manager Rewards.

Attribute points to the submission of forms that help you achieve a high level safety culture. Points are redeemed for rewards in your marketplace

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SAFETY OBSERVATIONS

Let’s make safety a top priority.

Require staff to complete safety observations each month and reward them for doing it. 

Staff can review what others within the work site are doing, assess if it is safe or not and assess the severity. Safety Observation Reports present an excellent teaching opportunity for both the observer and those being observed. 

Worksite

2) WORKSITE ANALYSIS

Ensure safe conditions remain safe.

A practical analysis of the work environment involves a variety of worksite examinations to identify existing hazards and conditions and operations in which changes might occur to create new hazards. Unawareness of a hazard stemming from failure to examine the worksite is a sign that safety and health policies and/or practices are ineffective. Effective management actively analyzes the work and worksite to anticipate and prevent harmful occurrences.

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SAFETY ALERTS

Empower staff to report safety concerns.

Provide a reliable system for employees to notify management personnel about conditions that appear hazardous and to receive timely and appropriate responses and encourage employees to use the system without fear of reprisal.

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SAFETY ALERTS

Empower staff to report safety concerns.

Provide a reliable system for employees to notify management personnel about conditions that appear hazardous and to receive timely and appropriate responses and encourage employees to use the system without fear of reprisal.

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JOB HAZARD AUDITS

Audit hazards and rethink procedures.

Perform routine job hazards audits to ensure safety procedures are being followed.

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SITE INSPECTIONS

Site Safety and Health Inspections

Conduct regular site safety and health inspections so that new or previously missed hazards and failures in hazard controls are identified.

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3) HAZARD PREVENTION & CONTROL

Prevent unsafe exposure to workplace hazards.

Where feasible, workplace hazards are prevented by effective design of the job site or job. Where it is not feasible to eliminate such hazards, they must be controlled to prevent unsafe and unhealthful exposure. Elimination or control must be accomplished in a timely manner once a hazard or potential hazard is recognized. Specifically, as part of the program, employers should establish procedures to correct or control present or potential hazards in a timely manner.

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INCIDENT REPORTS

Report incidents as they happen.

Capture details about safety incidents immediately on virtually any device. Staff snap photos of the incident and add their first-person account while the details are still fresh. Staff and supervisors can review and collaborate on a root cause analysis and action plans to ensure future risks are reduced.

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WORK PERMITS

Digitize Work Permits to make approvals faster and more compliant.

Staff can find and complete any work permit on virtually any device. They fill out the required fields, discuss the details with a supervisor, and await approvals to move forward. This can all be done within minutes without moving away from the worksite.

PPE

PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT

Ensure staff are following SOPs for every work permit.

Use Forms Manager to provide a checklist of the Personal Protective Equipment and Training required to complete a task. Employees must check and sign off on this before moving forward.

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EMERGENCY DRILLS

Instantly know who is on-site if an emergency arises.

Sight On-Site (SOS) by Weever Apps uses employee card scanning to check staff and visitors into a site. In the event of an emergency, supervisors have a complete list of who is on-site and they can mark them as safe as they enter mustering points.

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LOCKOUT/TAGOUT

Ensure Lockout/Tagout steps are followed - every time.

Effective lock out tag out procedures ensure staff have the tools and information available to notify employees, shut down the equipment and verify the lockout. This can all be done effectively with a digital solution from Forms Manager.

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FALL PROTECTION

Keep your staff safe at heights.

Falls are the number 1 cause serious injuries and fatalities in the workplace. Many are caused by the inappropriate use of harnesses and others are caused by faulty harness equipment that was not found during a regular inspection.

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4) SAFETY & HEALTH TRAINING

Prevent unsafe exposure to workplace hazards.

Where feasible, workplace hazards are prevented by effective design of the job site or job. Where it is not feasible to eliminate such hazards, they must be controlled to prevent unsafe and unhealthful exposure. Elimination or control must be accomplished in a timely manner once a hazard or potential hazard is recognized. Specifically, as part of the program, employers should establish procedures to correct or control present or potential hazards in a timely manner.

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TOOLBOX TALKS

Ensure the message is received.

Load safety talks to Forms Manager and employees will check off that they have reviewed the information.

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