Safety & Health Management

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OSHA has concluded that effective management of worker safety and health protection is a decisive factor in reducing the extent and the severity of work-related injuries and illnesses.

  • Effective management addresses all work-related hazards. OSHA lists 4 workplace hazards:
    • Any hazard that can change worksite conditions or practices such as:
      • Prevent Falls
        • Wear and use personal fall arrest equipment
        • Ensure perimeter protection is installed
        • Make sure area is clear of spills
        • Make sure openings in the floor are covered or closed off
      • Prevent Struck – By
        • Ensure workers know to not position themselves between moving vehicles and fixed objects
        • Ensure all workers are wearing highly visible clothing
      • Prevent Caught – In/Between
        • Ensure workers are not entering trenches or excavations 5 feet or deeper without proper protective measures set in place
        • Ensure all trenches and excavations are protected with either sloping, shoring, benching, or tench shield systems.
      • Prevent Electrocutions
        • Locate and identify all utilities before starting work
        • Pay attention to any overhead power lines while operating machinery or working
        • Ensure all workers are maintaining proper distance from power lines
    • This also includes that Safety Management addresses hazards not regulated by the government as well.