5 Essential Elements of Workplace Health and Safety Compliance: What Human Resources Professionals Need to Know to Create an Air-Tight System

5 Essential Elements of Workplace Health and Safety Compliance: What Human Resources Professionals Need to Know to Create an Air-Tight System

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Safety often falls into the lap of HR professionals and either you have direct responsibility for overall workplace health and safety, or you are working closely with your company’s safety professional. As a human resources professional, do you view your responsibilities as benefits, pay, and employee hiring and retention? Is workplace safety on that list (beyond insurance carrier health and wellness programs)?

This white paper provides all the information you need to create an air-tight health and safety system for your organization. Through understanding these five essential elements, you can create a comprehensive safety program and a framework to work with your company’s safety professionals.

The five essential elements that need to be in place include:

  1. Administrative must-haves
  2. Policies
  3. Training
  4. Tracking risk
  5. Reinforcing behaviors

Many HR professionals have direct responsibility for health and safety, meaning that they must manage safety training and safety procedures (and possibly oversee an occupational safety professional that is responsible for these procedures). By keeping these essentials top of mind, HR professionals can create an air-tight health and safety system.

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