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Safety and Health Program

This checklist is not all-inclusive. You should add to it or delete items that do not apply to your business; however, carefully consider each item and make your decision. You should refer to Minnesota statutes and rules, and federal OSHA standards adopted by reference in Minnesota for specific guidance that may apply to your work situation (see (Note: This checklist is typical for general industry but not for construction or maritime industries.)
  • Do you have an active safety and health program in operation that includes general safety and health program elements as well as the management of hazards specific to your worksite?
  • Is one person clearly responsible for the safety and health program?
  • Do you have a safety committee or group made up of management and labor representatives that meets regularly and reports in writing on its activities?
  • Do you have a working procedure to handle in-house employee complaints regarding safety and health?
  • Are your employees advised of efforts and accomplishments of the safety and health program made to ensure they will have a workplace that is safe and healthful?
  • Have you considered incentives for employees or workgroups who excel in reducing workplace injury/illnesses?
Source: Federal OSHA