Best Practice Guide for EHS Managers
This 20-page guide reviews the obstacles of health and safety faced by EHS management professionals in the modern workplace, and describes best practices to overcome those obstacles.
- Five key elements of a successful workplace safety program
- Core steps for both hazard-based and task-based risk assessments
- Guidance through the Hierarchy of Controls to address workplace hazards
- Reference guide to individual safety-related programs and regulatory requirements
- Standardized JHA form for your adaptation or immediate use
Meeting Your Commitment to Safety
Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Managers are tasked with protecting the health of their workers and the profitability of their businesses. Both goals are effectively served with an Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Program, often called an Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP). This guide provides comprehensive recommendations for implementing an OSH Program or IIPP in your own workplace. It also identifies the individual, focused safety programs that may be required, and provides a reference guide for the regulations and common industry standards that apply to many workplaces. Finally, an example Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) form gives your program a jump start.