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Safety Planning Programs  

Observation Checklist

Techniques to modify and improve behavior to reduce on-the-job incidents and to drive positive change at your practice. Involve the entire team including owners, associates, technicians, and practice managers to instill a proactive safety culture.

Download an observation checklist cardin Microsoft Word format

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Equipment Inventory

If your practice was damaged by a fire and you had to provide a list of equipment and a breakdown of the values, are you prepared? If a computer was stolen, could you provide the police with a serial number? Don’t wait until you have a loss to prepare a detailed list of the practice’s equipment and valuables. Store printed hard copies and electronic copies (including photos) off-site.

Download an equipment inventory model in Microsoft Word format 

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Emergency Action Plan

A key step to emergency action planning is to develop and implement a written plan. This model will help you develop your written plan of emergency duties and procedures that you can customize for your practice.

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Hazard Communication (Right-to-Know)

 OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard, also known as the “Hazcom Standard” or “Employee Right-to-Know,” requires that employers communicate chemical hazards and proper handling measures to employees. This model will assist you in developing a written Hazard Communication Program required by OSHA. The model program includes the following elements:

  1. Chemical hazard identification
  2. Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)
  3. Labels and labeling
  4. Employee information and training 
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Return to Work Program

Return to Work Programs are an effective way to reduce the costs and disruptions associated with work-related accidents.  This model will assist you in establishing a Return to Work Program by identifying program responsibilities within the organization and detailing procedures to be taken in the event of an injury.

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*These programs are provided to you for reference purposes only.  Provisions within these programs should be verified to ensure they comply with federal, state, and local regulations.