New OSHA fact sheet helps employers

Author: Amy Volk | Posted: 8/6/2013

OSHA’s new Injury Illness and Prevention fact sheet is designed to describe the most common elements of Injury and Illness prevention, and how to implement them. This sheet offers proactive steps to identify and prevent workplace hazards. These processes have shown to reduce the number and severity injury and risk in the workplace, in addition to lowering the financial burden of workplace incidents. Review the sheet to understand the major elements of the Injury and Illness Prevention program fact sheet, including hazard identification, assessment, prevention, and control.

Source: KPA