Some Information On Safety And Health Inspections

Often times, there are some of the safety and health requirements in the workplace, but safety and health requirements in the workplace. We’re going to show you how your workers and your employers can reduce on-the-job hazards and prevent injuries, illnesses and deaths in the workplace.

  • Focus on imminent danger situations, which can result in death or serious physical injuries. These need to be treated with the utmost priority and they need to correct the hazards immediately and get rid of endangered employees.
  • Focus on severe injuries and illnesses and ensure that your employees need to report all the work-related fatalities within at least 8 hours and all work-related inpatient hospitalizations, amputations, and eye loss within at least 24 hours of its occurrence.
  • Focus on worker complaints, and make allegations of hazards or violations one of the highest priorities for your business.
  • Focus on referrals of hazards from other federal, state or local agencies, individuals, organizations or the media receive consideration for inspection.
  • Focus on target inspections – there should be inspections that are made to specific high-hazard industries or individual workplaces, where there is the likelihood of health and safety incidents and accidents occurring.
  • Focus on follow-up inspections to see if there are any abatement of violations made by previous inspections.

A safe work place is crucial and ensuring that you have the right safety procedures and policies for things such as working at heights, first aid CPR, confined space entry, as well as things like WHMIS-GHS can create a great work environment that is safe and productive. Since Advanced Consulting and Training Ltd.’s founding, their diverse team of certified health and safety professionals have taken great pride in their ability to deliver prompt, cost-effective and relevant workplace health and safety solutions. As a CPO approved, TSSA accredited, and WSIB approved provider, we look forward to discussing how ACT can help with your company’s safety requirements. Contact us today.





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