1. Safety Inspection:
This includes reviewing the premises, equipment, and activities for potential hazards.
2. Emergency Procedures:
This involves making sure that employees know how to respond to emergencies such as fires and hazardous material spills.
3. Training and Education:
This involves providing training on safety procedures, regulations, and proper use of equipment.
4. Injury and Illness Prevention:
This involves implementing processes to reduce the risk of injury or illness in the workplace.
5. Hazard Communication:
This includes providing information on hazardous materials, safe work practices, and emergency procedures that employees need to know.
6. Personal Protective Equipment:
This requires employers to provide employees with the appropriate protective equipment, such as safety glasses or hard hats.
7. Recordkeeping and Reporting:
This requires employers to maintain records of injuries, illnesses, and other safety incidents.
8. Environmental Management:
This involves making sure the workplace is compliant with environmental regulations.