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SUPERVISOR RESPONSIBILITIES. Who’s Accountable For Employee Safety And Health? THE SUPERVISOR!. RESPONSIBILITIES. Comply with college’s safety and health program Keep up-to-date with safety and health policies and procedures Oversee workplace training and program implementation.

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supervisor responsibilities

SUPERVISORRESPONSIBILITIES

Who’s Accountable For Employee Safety And Health?

THE SUPERVISOR!

responsibilities
RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Comply with college’s safety and health program
  • Keep up-to-date with safety and health policies and procedures
  • Oversee workplace training and program implementation
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RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Establish acceptable levels of risk
  • Do not allow those risk levels to be exceeded
  • Prepare, submit, and store required documentation of safety and health activities
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RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Provide resources and leadership to keep supervised staff current
  • Conduct job safety analyses on a regular and continuing basis
  • Plan and implement hazard abatement strategies
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RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Determine an appropriate level of discipline for violation of established safety and health practices and processes
  • Support the college’s team culture concept
training requirements
TRAINING REQUIREMENTS
  • Training time and content based on seriousness of hazards
  • Every employee must participate at least quarterly
  • Training may be tapes, literature, slides, classroom, or brochures
  • Training must be documented
job safety analysis
JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS
  • Step 1
    • Break each job into sequence of parts
    • Describe, in order, events required to successfully complete each job
    • Number the activities of each job
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JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS
  • Step 2
    • Identify existing and potential hazards
    • List all actual and potential hazards
    • Be sure to include “near misses”
    • Letter each hazard as it corresponds to an activity
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JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS
  • Step 3
    • Determine neutralizing or abatement processes for each hazard
    • Identify methods or processes for each real or potential hazard
    • Number each solution
correcting hazards
CORRECTING HAZARDS
  • Engineer the hazard out if possible
  • Encourage safe work practices
  • Make good administrative decisions
  • Install protective barriers
  • Use proper signage
jsa priorities
JSA PRIORITIES
  • High accident or injury frequency
  • Greatest potential for serious injury or illness
  • Give attention to jobs with potential injuries that would be the highest cost
  • New jobs - JSA will help identify hazards early
problem areas
PROBLEM AREAS
  • Rushing through the process and not completing parts
  • Identifying hazards, but not adequately addressing them
  • Listing of unclear or non-specific corrective activities
barriers
BARRIERS
  • Procrastination
  • It has never happened before, so one more time won’t hurt
  • We don’t have time for safety training
  • This safety stuff is no big deal
fringe benefits
FRINGE BENEFITS
  • Reduces accidents and injuries
  • Increases efficiency by decreasing costs
  • Identifies better ways to do jobs
  • Helps to identify needed PPE
  • Identifies needed training areas
  • Promotes a safety culture, camaraderie and improved morale