Confirm your organization performs trending analysis to improve health and safety performance by gathering data, developing reports, identifying gaps, evaluating risk and implementing process improvements and/or corrective actions to prevent reoccurrence.

More Uses of the Occupational Health and Safety Toolkit:

  • Provide all levels of your organization with advice related to health and safety matters, legal requirements, and best practices in the field.
  • Confirm your organization assess report and data compiled by contractors, consultants, government departments, and others to determine health and safety impact and ensure compliance with technical specifications or regulatory and/or permit requirements.
  • Coordinate: conduct research projects to identify and monitor the operations current environmental performance and comparing data to established performance standards.
  • Arrange that your organization monitors and evaluates health, safety, and process safety performance and develops priority action plan to improve implementation and understanding.
  • Secure that your organization develops team leader skills and knowledge in environmental, health and safety regulatory requirements for integration into respective job duties.
  • Ensure your organization contributes to a reduction in safety violations by conducting inspections and informing management when exceptions to regulations are found.
  • Provide technical support to front line leadership on matters related to occupational safety and health compliance, and loss prevention.
  • Perform periodic audits of labs, facilities and programs to identify and mitigate potential environmental and operational risks.
  • Steer: direct implementation and administration of occupational safety and health policies and integrated safety management systems (isms).
  • Be certain that your organization develops specialized operating practices, modifying or departing significantly from standard techniques when necessary based on interpretation of policies, standards, and regulations.
  • Confirm your organization helps ensure the timely completion and reporting of quarterly hose testing to the branch and corporate safety offices.
  • Be accountable for developing safety and occupational health standards, regulations, practices, and procedures to eliminate or control potential hazards.
  • Secure that your organization performs a broad range of safety and occupational health duties in one or more areas of ground safety and occupational health.
  • Standardize: conduct safety and environmental inspections and audits to verify compliance with applicable regulations and identify unsafe condition/behaviors.
  • Arrange that your organization conducts and review investigations for environmental and occupational safety and health related accidents in assigned divisions.
  • Initiate programs to promote the inclusion of new information and technology into the safety activities of your organization.
  • Establish that your organization evaluates department specific Safety Coordinators and provides feedback to Directors and Risk Managements Manager Environmental Health and Safety.
  • Ensure you build effective working relationships to build awareness of Environmental Health and Safety values, strategies, and performance.
  • Confirm your organization ensures employees and contractors follow established safety practices and use applicable personal protective equipment and other safety gear.
  • Provide management of projects assigned to obtain a quality installation, deliver customer satisfaction, and obtain a profit for your organization.
  • Orchestrate: direct and contribute to the review and development of remedial measures that control or eliminate safety and health hazards.
  • Make sure that your organization serves as a technical expert and provides technical support to internal and external stakeholders regarding compliance with health and safety regulations.
  • Establish that your organization provides information, signs, posters, barriers, and other materials to warn of potential and actual safety hazards and to prevent access to hazardous conditions.
  • Establish that your organization directs and coordinates, through subordinate supervisory personnel, activities of operations department to obtain optimum use of equipment, facilities, and personnel.


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