Steps for Continuous Improvement
A family safety and health program is similar in many respects to on-the-job safety programming. Management support and an operating budget are just two requirements that the programs share.
A family safety and health program, like occupational safety, is comprised of several program elements including: administrative or management issues, operational or technical issues and cultural and behavioral issues. No one program element is more important than the other; each should be given equal consideration as part of a continuous improvement process.
There are five steps in the continuous improvement process for implementing a successful family safety and health program.
Step 1: Provide management commitment and involvement.
Step 2: Establish a baseline to assess current off-the-job safety and health issues. Conduct Gap Analysis.
Step 3: Set improvement goals.
Step 4: Implement plans.
Step 5: Review and adjust.
Please review the Steps for Continuous Improvement for a detailed explanation of the five steps.
Make the case for family safety and health in your workplace with the NSC Promoting Off-the-Job Safety: It Makes $ense! presentation.
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