Preventing Slips, Trips, And Falls: 10 Steps To Successful Incident Investigations And Corrective Actions
According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), slip, trips, and falls constitute the majority of general industry accidents. In fact, OSHA reports that slip trip, and fall accidents account for 15 percent of all accidental deaths and are second only to motor vehicle accidents as a cause of fatalities.
You can reduce the risk of slips, trips, and falls at your worksite(s) by learning to resolve hazards before they become incidents.
Join us to learn strategies for developing a systematic approach to investigating slips, trips, and falls in your workplace, including how to document those incidents, conduct meaningful investigations, and implement and track identified corrective actions.
Our presenter, a seasoned safety professional and expert in developing and implementing a comprehensive same-level slip, trip, and fall programs, will teach you how to identify, evaluate and eliminate slip, trip, and fall events.
Register now to learn practical strategies for avoiding the havoc slips, trips, and falls can wreak on your worksite(s).
- Identify the slip, trip, and fall hazards currently present in your workplace
- Evaluate the causes behind slip, trip and fall related incidents at work
- Proactively assess walkways for slip and fall potential to reduce or eliminate hazards
- Take prompt corrective actions, including nontraditional strategies for eliminating safety risks
- Develop contingency plans for foreseeable incidents, like spills and weather-related events
- Implement a process for investigating incidents to yield practical corrective actions
- Identify employees best positioned to participate in investigation and document findings
- Avoid the pitfalls that typically occur in a marginalized process
- Solicit senior management support for the process
- Report, track and complete identified corrective actions
About Your Presenter
Aaron Wissen is a safety consulting professional and is a member of the Safety Resources, Inc., staff located in Indiana. In that role, he helps clients structure and implement workplace safety programs, supports companies with their loss control programs and strategies, and provides assistance to clients in ensuring ongoing regulatory compliance with federal, state, and local laws and requirements. He also provides technical and management support to construction companies in implementing and managing site-specific programs to meet all regulatory and contractual safety requirements.
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Incident Investigations, Prevention, Contingency Plans
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