Workplace safety practices involve preventing injury and illness to employees and visitors in the workplace. Whether optional or required by law, developing and maintaining an effective workplace safety committee is a vital part of ensuring workplace safety. Read our Loss Prevention Reference Notes: Safety Committees for tips on building a safety committee.
Emergencies can arise from both natural and man-made reasons. Having an emergency preparedness program, inclusive of a medical response team and first aid program, is recommended. See our Loss Prevention Reference Notes: Management Guide to Emergency Response on how to develop an emergency preparedness program.
First Aid Program
For a first aid program, the purpose is to have trained personnel readily available for a quick response to an injury or sudden illness and render limited intervention while awaiting the arrival of emergency medical service. Read Loss Prevention Reference Notes: First Aid in the Workplace for more details on creating a first aid program.
If there is an accident, you can use our Accident Investigation Report Form to help document all information pertaining to the accident. You may also review our Loss Prevention Reference Notes: Accident Investigation brochure to learn more about the proper procedures for examining an accident.
General Workplace Safety Forms
For more information about workplace safety, visit our Loss Prevention section to access our full compliment of safety services, resources, and training schedule.