Safety Committees

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May 29, 2018
Safe + Sound: Better Safety Conversations

https://www.osha.gov/safeandsound/docs/SHP_Better-Safety-Conversations.pdf

Every day, safety conversations take place between executives and managers, between safety professionals and workers, and—most importantly—between front-line supervisors and the workers who report to them. This document shares tips for safety conversations.

Source: OSHA

May 16, 2017
Safety Committees and Safety Meetings: What you need to know to get started

https://saif.adobeconnect.com/safetycommitteesmeetings/?utm_source=SAIF+news+and+tips&utm_campaign=6ae9373d2a-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2017_05_10&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_6ca7da3931-6ae9373d2a-109014997

All Oregon employers are required by law to have a safety committee or hold regular safety meetings. Our new online training, we walk you through the steps to find out what you need to know and how to get started.

Source: SAIF

Jan 26, 2017
Joint Health & Safety Committee - Measuring Effectiveness

http://www.ccohs.ca/oshanswers/hsprograms/hscommittees/measure.html

This article by the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety can be used to assess the effectiveness of health and safety committees.

Source: CCOHS

Jan 26, 2017
Oregon OSHA’s quick guide to safety committees and safety meetings for general industry and construction employers

http://osha.oregon.gov/OSHApubs/0989.pdf

If you’re an employer in Oregon, your business must have a safety committee or have safety meetings unless you’re the sole owner and the only employee of a corporation.

Source: Oregon OSHA

Dec 01, 2012
Oregon OSHA Fact Sheet Plus: Safety Committees and Safety Meetings

http://osha.oregon.gov/OSHAPubs/factsheets/fs31.pdf

This fact sheet provided by Oregon OSHA outlines the rule changes for workplace safety committees including an option for holding less-formal safety meetings.

Source: Oregon OSHA

Feb 01, 2010
Green Teams: Engaging Employees in Sustainability

http://www.greenbiz.com/research/report/2009/12/03/green-teams-engaging-employees-sustainability

The latest in our series of GreenBiz Reports, researched and written by Deborah Fleischer, the president of Green Impact, explores and outlines the 10 best practices for bringing all your employees on board with your company's sustainability projects.

Source: Green Impacts