A good loss control program requires comprehensive and effective policies and programs. In addition to the written programs required by the OSHA standards, policies addressing the control of all significant potential exposures in an organization should be developed. HSCSL can review your existing policies or develop an entire safety program for your organization.
- Phase I: Policy Development - The development of a written policy or program specific to your organization.
- Phase II: Implementation Plan - The development of a plan to effectively implement the policy or program.
- Phase III: Implementation - This phase carries out the implementation plan that can include various communication pieces, training programs, drills, and other implementation aspects depending on the specific program developed.
Examples of OSHA Required Written Programs:
- Lockout Tagout
- Hazard Communication
- Electrical Safety
- Fall Protection
- Respiratory Protection
- Fire Prevention Plan
- Emergency Action Plan
- Confined Space Entry
- Accident Prevention Program (Construction)
- Specific Chemical Hazards Programs
- Lab Safety Program