Five elements that will launch electrical safety hazard reduction in your company are featured in a recent article in Facility Safety Management.
It is possible to accomplish these in a relatively short amount of time.
In my article, recently published in Facility Safety Management, March 2018, I point out that safety programs can take years to develop. Companies cannot afford to spend that much time developing those programs when lives are at stake. The goals in safety are to prevent injuries and fatalities as well as protect the equipment in the plants. Working toward these safety goals, employers can avoid OSHA citations and possible costly litigation proceedings and outcomes. Above all, employers will enable workers to go home to their loved ones at the end of the work day.
Our electrical safety cycle may be applied across all aspects of electrical safety and offers a complete picture to help companies understand how to grow and maintain their electrical safety program. It is an adaptation of the Deming/Ishikawa Plan, Do, Check and Act model. Our Cycle specifically addresses electrical safety and serves as a solid foundation for continuous improvement in the safety process.
Read about each specific part of Safety Cycle: