Safety key to successful business continuity
In periods of disruption, the fastest way for an organization to get back on its feet is to ensure that its staff are safe, understand exactly what is expected of them and are able to resume their duties in as short a time-frame as possible. It is not just about meeting OSHA and ISO requirements.
Hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, floods, and mud slides have challenged many enterprises and CIOs in particular as they tried to recover from these disasters. Employees and associates have been put at physical risk and data has been exposed to security breaches as the recovery efforts have taken place.
With all of the turmoil in the world today and the anniversary of 9/11 approaching, all executives and managers are asking the question -- "Are we prepared?" In addition there are major compliance requirements both governmental and ISO for both safety and business continuity.
Safety Program Updated - Bundled with Disaster Recovery (Business Continuity) Plan and Security Policies Templates
Janco has just completed a major update to our Safety Program template and the related electronic forms to meet the latest compliance requirements. This is included in our total Safety, Business Continuity and Security bundle.
Safety Program Template
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, including the potential hazards that could result from a change in work site conditions or practices. Additionally, it addresses hazards whether or not they are regulated by government standards.
Now includes full job descriptions for the Manager Safety Program and the Supervisor safety program.
The template has electronic forms that can be Emailed, completed on a PC, iPad, tablet, or laptop, and filed electronically. A completely green process which is easy to maintain and eliminates paper.
The electronic forms provided are:
- Area Safety Inspection Report
- Employee Job Hazard Analysis Acknowledgment
- First Report of Injury
- Inspection Checklist Office Areas
- Inspection Checklist Alternative Locations
- New Employee Safety Checklist
- Safety Program Responsibility Contact List
- Training Record
- OSHA 300 - Log of Work Related Injuries and Illnesses
- OSHA 300A - Summary of Work Related Injuries and Illnesses
- OSHA 301 - Injuries and Illness Incident Report