Safety Management Systems
We work closely with your team to integrate the 5 Components of an Effective Safety Management System:
Management Commitment – Whether motivated by a need to reduce workers compensation rates, a recent injury or a moral obligation, management must place an importance on safety. Strong commitment by the executive team sets the direction and vision for safety cascading through the organization.
Program Development – Performing regular job hazard analyses and developing controls to reduce hazards can greatly mitigate risk. All controls are developed into a safety and health program to provide clear procedures for employees.
Training – Simply put, we can’t expect people to do things we’re not willing to tell them about. At OSM, we view training in three distinct categories: Initial, Specific and Ongoing.
Safety Surveys – Good management systems require a feedback loop which reports whether the objectives of the system are being achieved. Inspect what is expected to verify the efforts made are being carried through.
Continuous Improvement – Vital to any functioning safety program is the constant and never-ending improvement that must be made. For sustainability of the process and increased employee engagement, leadership must implement a systems-focused approach for continuous improvement.
Safety Management Systems Explained.Hear from CEO, Steve Yates, on our passion behind building systems that achieve results.
Full Webinar: Effective Safety Management Systems
Is your safety program a profit center? Or is it simply a necessary evil? Pro-active organizations build systems that yield tremendous results in the area of safety. Optimum Safety Management CEO, Steve Yates, breaks down the 5 Components of our Effective Safety Management System that is proven to drive results.