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*Basic Safety Manual Program

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Basic Safety Manual Program

Table of Contents

  1. Safety & health policy
  2. Responsibility
  3. Disciplinary policy
  4. Safety orientation
  5. Accident/loss reporting procedures
  6. Accident investigation.
  7. Hazard identification & assessment
  8. Emergency action plan
  9. Employee suggestions
  10. First aid
  11. Fire prevention
  12. Osha references
  13. Safety/incentive program
  14. Short service employee program
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 Basic Safety Manual

1              SAFETY & HEALTH POLICY

1.1          PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

2              RESPONSIBILITY

2.1          EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT

2.2          COMPLIANCE

2.3          SAFETY COORDINATOR RESPONSIBILITY

2.4          SUPERVISOR’S SAFETY RESPONSIBILITY

2.5          EMPLOYEE RESPONSIBILITIES

3              DISCIPLINARY POLICY

3.1          INTRODUCTION

3.2          PURPOSE

3.3          RESPONSIBILITIES

3.4          REQUIREMENTS

3.5          CIRCUMSTANCES LEADING TO DISCIPLINARY ACTION

3.6          PROCEDURE:

3.7          SUPERVISION SANCTIONS:

3.8          SUMMARY

3.9          SUPERVISORS’ DISCIPLINARY ACTION

4              SAFETY ORIENTATION

4.1          NEW EMPLOYEE ORIENTATION

4.2          NEW EMPLOYEE CHECKLIST INSTRUCTIONS

4.3          EMPLOYEE SAFETY ORIENTATION GUIDELINE

4.4          SAFETY POLICY

4.5          EMPLOYEE RESPONSIBILITIES FOR SAFETY

4.6          EMPLOYEE SAFETY ORIENTATION GUIDELINE

4.7          EMPLOYMENT DOCUMENTS

4.8          ORIENTATION CHECKLIST FOR NEW EMPLOYEES

4.9          SAFETY & HEALTH PROGRAM

4.10        EMPLOYEE ACKNOWLEDGEMENT FORM

4.11        EMPLOYEE RECOGNITION

5              ACCIDENT/LOSS REPORTING PROCEDURES

5.1          PURPOSE

5.2          OBJECTIVES

5.3          PROCEDURE

5.4          SERIOUS EMERGENCY REPORTING

5.5          HANDLING NON-SERIOUS ACCIDENTS

5.6          FIRST AID TREATMENT

5.7          PROPERTY/EQUIPMENT DAMAGE

5.8          VEHICLE ACCIDENT REPORTING

5.9          CITIZEN/PUBLIC ACCIDENTS (NON-AUTO)

5.10        ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION REPORT

5.11        STATE – EMPLOYER’S REPORT OF OCCUPATIONAL INJURY OR ILLNESS

5.12        EMPLOYEE’S CLAIM FOR WORKER’S COMPENSATION BENEFITS (Form DWC-1)

5.13        RECORDKEEPING

5.14        EMPLOYEE INJURIES

5.15        VEHICLE, PROPERTY DAMAGE, AND PUBLIC LIABILITY ACCIDENT REPORTS

6              ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION

6.1          Accident / Injury Investigation

6.2          EMPLOYEE ACCIDENTS

6.3          DEFINITIONS

6.4          CHECK THE SCENE

6.5          WRITE IT DOWN

6.6          COLLECT THE EVIDENCE

6.7          INTERVIEW WITNESS

6.8          INTERVIEW THE VICTIM

6.9          WEIGH THE EVIDENCE

7              HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & ASSESMENT

7.1          Purpose

7.2          Key Responsibilities

7.3          Hazard and Risk Identification

7.4          Review of Hazard Assessment

7.5          Risk Assessment

7.6          Your Company Name Risk Assessment Matrix

7.7          Risk Controls/Methods to Ensure Identified Hazards Are Addressed and Mitigated

7.8          Emergency Control of Hazards

7.9          Certification of Hazard Assessment

7.10        Job Safety Analysis (JSA)

7.11        Site Specific HSE Plan (SSSP)

7.12        Review Process

7.13        WORKSITE HAZARD ASSESSMENT FORM

7.14        JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS FORM

8              EMERGENCY ACTION PLAN

8.1          PURPOSE

8.2          EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLANNING, ISSUING AND ANNUAL REVIEW GUIDELINES

8.3          REVIEWING THE EMERGENCY ACTION PLAN WITH EMPLOYEES

8.4          PROCEDURE

8.5          Planning for Emergencies:

8.6          GENERAL EMERGENCY PROCEDURE GUIDELINES

8.7          REVIEWING THE EMERGENCY ACTION PLAN WITH EMPLOYEES

8.8          PROCEDURES FOR EMERGENCY EVACUATION PLANNING

8.9          POTENTIAL EMERGENCIES

8.10        GUIDANCE PROCEDURES FOR POTENTIAL EMERGENCIES

8.11        EMERGENCY ACTION PLAN

8.12        ALARM SYSTEM

8.13        COMMUNICATIONS

8.14        FIRE EMERGENCY, EXPLOSION, OR CHEMICAL SPILL

8.15        SUPERVISOR’S RESPONSIBILITIES

8.16        EMERGENCY COORDINATOR’S RESPONSIBILITIES

8.17        EMERGENCY CONTINGENCY PLAN

8.18        EMERGENCY RESPONSE PROGRAM MANAGEMENT

8.19        DUTIES

9              EMPLOYEE SUGGESTIONS

9.1          INTRODUCTION

9.2          PURPOSE

9.3          PROCEDURE

10           FIRST AID

10.1        PURPOSE

10.2        SCOPE

10.3        RESPONSIBILITIES

10.4        PLANNING

10.5        MEDICAL RESPONSE

10.6        SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT

10.7        TRANSPORTATION

10.8        TRAINING

11           FIRE PREVENTION

11.1        PURPOSE

11.2        SCOPE

11.3        RESPONSIBILITIES

11.4        GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

11.5        PROCEDURE

11.6        LABELING OF FIRE EXTINGUISHERS

11.7        MAINTENANCE

11.8        INSPECTION, MAINTENANCE AND TESTING

11.9        FLAMMABLE AND COMBUSTIBLE LIQUID AND MATERIALS

11.10           SCRAP RECEPTACLE ‑ TYPE, LOCATION AND USE

11.11           TYPE

11.12           FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS

11.13           FIRE AND EXPLOSION PREVENTION

11.14           SPECIFIC HAZARDS

11.15           TRAINING AND EDUCATION

11.16           TRAINING DOCUMENTATION

11.17           SITE EMERGENCY TELEPHONE LIST

12           OSHA REFERENCES

12.1        OSHA REPORTS AND SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

12.2        SPECIAL OSHA REQUIREMENTS

12.3        POSTING REQUIREMENTS

12.4        OTHER SUGGESTED POSTINGS

12.5        States with Approved Plans

12.6        OSHA/State Consultation Project Directory

13           SAFETY/INCENTIVE PROGRAM

13.1        WHY HAVE A SAFETY/INCENTIVE PROGRAM?

13.2        SALESPEOPLE RESPOND TO INCENTIVES

13.3        INCENTIVES ARE THE ENGINE TO A SAFETY PROGRAM

13.4        TEAMWORK WORKS TO REDUCE INJURIES

13.5        COMPONENTS OF YOUR SAFETY/INCENTIVE PROGRAM

13.6        WHO PARTICIPATES IN THE PROGRAM?

13.7        BEFORE YOU BEGIN YOUR PROGRAM

13.8        BEGINNING YOUR PROGRAM

13.9        RUNNING THE MONTHLY AWARDS RAFFLE

13.10     TIPS AND HELPFUL HINTS

14           SHORT SERVICE EMPLOYEE PROGRAM

14.1        PURPOSE

14.2        IMPORTANCE

14.3        SCOPE

14.4        DEFINITIONS

14.5        RESPONSIBILITIES

14.6        SUPERVISOR RESPONSIBILITIES

14.7        MENTOR RESPONSIBILITIES

14.8        SHORT SERVICE EMPLOYEE RESPONSIBILITIES

14.9        HSE COORDINATOR RESPONSIBILITIES

14.10      Orientation

14.11       Training

14.12       Identification System

14.13       Documentation

14.14       SSE Quality Assessment and Control

 

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