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Safety and Health Programs (ZIP)

A safety and health program is a proactive way to manage hazards in the workplace to prevent injuries and illnesses. Management Leadership, Worker Participation, Find and Fix Hazards. www.osha.gov/safeandsound

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Find and Fix Hazards (ZIP)

Find and Fix Hazards. Establish an ongoing process that helps better identify and control sources of potential injuries or illnesses. Spotlight hazards and controls. Engage workers with challenges and contests. Conduct analysis to identify hazards. Identify safety and health processes and procedures. osha.gov/safeandsound

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Management Leadership (ZIP)

Management Leadership. Provide the leadership, vision, and resources needed to implement an effective safety and health program. Deliver a safety and health message. Establish a visible presence. Formalize and publicize your commitment. Take your commitment beyond your organization. osha.gov/safeandsound

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Worker Participation (ZIP)

Worker Participation. Engage workers at all levels in establishing, implementing, evaluating, and improving safety and health in the workplace. Listen and ask for feedback. Empower workers with safety and health information. Recognize workers for contributions to worker safety. Partner for safety and health planning. osha.gov/safeandsound

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AIHA - Protecting Worker Health
VPP - Voluntary Protection Programs Participants' Association - The Premier Global Safety and Health Organization
ASSP - American Society of Safety Professionals
OSHA
National Safety Council
CPWR - The Center for Construction Research and Training
NIOSH - National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health