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The Division of Youth Corrections (DYC) considers the safety of clients and employees and the preservation of its building and facilities as one of its primary task and concerns. Employees of DYC shall learn and follow procedures, which will create a safe environment in which to treat clients, a safe work place for staff and safe public facilities for visitors. Success of the Division’s Risk Management Program, requires each individual to act in a manner that promotes safety. Situations which are not covered by a safety rule require that good judgement be exercised to bring about a safe conclusion.
The management process which plans, organizes, directs, and controls activities in order to reduce or eliminate the adverse effects of accidental loss. It encompasses a broad range of administrative functions and shared expertise from several agencies to reduce losses associated with employee, client or visitor injuries, property damage, and other sources of potentially liability.
Any employee wishing to report an unsafe or unhealthy working condition or wishing to make a recommendation pertaining to safety or improving the health of the work environment may do so by completing the Report of Unsafe Condition Form (See Policy 8.1, Safety Programs, Inspections and Fire Evacuation Plans, Addendum C). All recommendations will be reviewed by the facility Safety Committee.
.The person submitting the safety recommendation will be advised as to the action taken to remedy the condition. The employee’s right to file this report is protected by State law.