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Safety Programs: What OSHA Has to Say
In January, OSHA posted a white paper on their website titled, "Injury and Illness Prevention Programs". This month, and in the upcoming months, we'd like to share some of their findings with you. To read the complete paper, please visit their website.

An injury and illness prevention program is a proactive process to help employers find and fix workplace hazards before workers are hurt. We know these programs can be effective at reducing injuries, illnesses, and fatalities. Many workplaces have already adopted such approaches, for example as part of OSHA's cooperative programs. Not only do these employers experience dramatic decreases in workplace injuries, but they often report a transformed workplace culture that can lead to higher productivity and quality, reduced turnover, reduced costs, and greater employee satisfaction.

Thirty-four states and many nations around the world already require or encourage employers to implement such programs. The key elements common to all of these programs are management leadership, worker participation, hazard identification and assessment, hazard prevention and control, education and training, and program evaluation and improvement.

Based on the positive experience of employers with existing programs, OSHA believes that injury and illness prevention programs provide the foundation for breakthrough changes in the way employers identify and control hazards, leading to a significantly improved workplace health and safety environment. Adoption of an injury and illness prevention program will result in workers suffering fewer injuries, illnesses and fatalities. In addition, employers will improve their compliance with existing regulations, and will experience many of the financial benefits of a safer and healthier workplace cited in published studies and reports by individual companies, including significant reductions in workers' compensation premiums.

LinJen can help with your existing safety program OR create a new, customized program for your company. Among others, we offer: Point-Based Safety Programs, Recognition & Reward Point Programs, as well as Safety Campaigns like "Thata Boy" Rewards, Milestone Rewards and Safety Visibility. For a free consultation, call Linda at 708.478.8222 x225.

SOURCE: United States Department of Labor; Occupational Safety & Health Administration.

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Let our experience help your employees become Safety Agents for you! Call us at 708.478.8222 or send us an email.
Looking forward to helping you stay safe,
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