Injury and Illness Prevention
Prepare and commit to keeping everyone safe
Your organization is responsible for the safety and well-being of every employee, volunteer and visitor that steps foot onto your property. On most days, everyone goes home in the same shape as they arrived. Sending people home safe and sound day after day tends to numb us to just how impressive of an achievement that really is.
In reality, preventing injuries and illnesses requires a lot of preparation and a commitment to creating a culture of safety.
According to the National Safety Council, more than 25 million people sustain unintentional injuries every year1. The resources included below are designed to draw your attention to the important steps your organization should consider to reduce unintentional injuries and ensure each day is as "uneventful" as the one before it.
You can't prepare until you understand the exposure. These tools provide context around the risk facing your organization.
These resources can help move your organization's injury and illness prevention efforts forward.
Preparing your team
- Safety committee members form
- New worker orientation form
- Safety training attendance form
- Improved workstation ergonomics
- OSHA: Hazard communication
Identifying and Analyzing Risk
- Hazard identification and correction record
- Identified hazards log
- OSHA: Hazard identification and assessment
Responding to Injuries and Illness
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 Top 10 Preventable Injuries; National Safety Council