Assess the needs of your organization when developing your family safety and health program. An assessment should include an examination of records - self-surveys, incident reports and insurance reports - to identify which health issues and off-the-job safety injuries are impacting your workforce. Once problems are identified, programming efforts can be directed to where they will do the most good.
Create Baseline and Establish Program Metrics
Key to a safety and health program is collecting the necessary employee information to establish program goals and metrics. This information will prove program value, effectiveness and return on investment. Organizations should develop a workable system of collecting that is in accordance with established policies and practices.
Organizations can collect safety and health data. This data can help establish a baseline. With a baseline, your program can create improvement goals and metrics. Internal data includes:
If your organization data is not available or cannot be readily accessed, you can look at external national, state or local community data to identify trends and set goals and metrics. External data includes:
Other data and tools:
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