Advanced IIPP- The Importance of 5 Elements

This is the 1st of 3 parts of the Advanced IIPP series, each of which will provide you with a deep-dive into the 8 elements required for an effective IIPP. The focus of this seminar includes the following 5 elements, all of which have a very important role with respect to what you are asking for and requiring from your employees.

These sections include the following topics:

  • Assignment of Responsibilities – Establish your leadership’s commitment to your IIPP and a plan to establish and maintain a safety program for all employees. Clearly defining roles for key facilitators and all your employees.
  • Communication – Ensure your employees understand their responsibilities by the methods you are incorporating to ensure their understanding of the risks present in the workplace, what you have designed and implemented to protect them, and their responsibility to participate in your program.
  • Training – How to determine the training requirement for the tasks you are having your employees perform? What tools are available? What are the most effective training methodologies? How often is this training required? You will learn basic Behavior Based Safety (BBS) approaches.
  • Compliance – How to determine if your employees are performing tasks as trained, before an accident occurs or in tandem with your accident investigation process. You will learn how best to know your employees are working safely and how to recognize and discipline them while staying within the legal requirements.
  • Recordkeeping – Beyond the basics of creating OSHA Logs. This will include determining partially exempt industries, identifying your company’s (potentially multiple) NAICS codes, the mandatory BLS survey, Form 300A electronic reporting requirements, posting requirements, high-hazard industry targeting, and much more.

 

Featured Presenter:
Jeff Hulson, ARM, CEES
Director, Risk & Loss Advisors, MMA

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