A customized Health and Safety program reduces worker’s compensation insurance premiums and corporate liability and increases worker morale and productivity. A strong Health and Safety program is the keystone of Risk Management, working to reduce worker’s compensation claims and ensure Cal OSHA compliance.  Health and Safety includes Cal OSHA reporting and record keeping, and other required Risk Management activities.  Cal OSHA compliance and Health and Safety Training are the key to Risk Management and keeping worker’s compensation premiums as low as possible. Cal OSHA Health and Safety and Risk Management require specific Health and Safety elements that can be adapted to meet your individualized Health and Safety needs.

 EQS assists clients in developing a customized Heath and Safety Program:

  • Assessment of available mechanical and physical safeguards.
  • Conducting safety and health inspections to find, eliminate or control safety and health hazards as well as unsafe working conditions and practices, and to comply fully with the health and safety standards for every job.
  • Training all employees in good health and safety practices.
  • Recommending necessary personal protective equipment, and instructions for use and care.
  • Developing safety and health rules, and gaining employees cooperation in following these rules.
  • Investigating, promptly and thoroughly, every accident to find out what caused it and correct the problem so it will not happen again.

The Health and Safety Program provides: 

  • An Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) which contain the elements required by California Code of Regulations, Title 8, Section 3203 (a).
  • A system of ensuring that employees comply with safe and healthy work practices (e.g. employee incentives, training and retraining programs).
  • A system for identifying and evaluating workplace hazards whenever new substances, processes, procedures, or equipment are introduced to the workplace and whenever the employer receives notification of a new or previously unrecognized hazard.
  • Supervisors knowledgeable of the safety and health hazards to which employees under their immediate direction and control may be exposed.
  • Records documenting safety and health training for each employee by name or other identifier, training dates, type(s) of training and training providers.
  • Proper Cal OSHA 300 forms and other required Cal OSHA reporting and record keeping.

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