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Workplace Occupational Health and Safety
Monday, September 26, 2011 at 3:10:28 PM

Workplace......Near Misses........First Aids.....Serious Injuries.......Employers must put recording procedures in place to ensure compliance with the Law......Documents must be up to date and properly completed........Investigation of all incidents will reduce all incidents from reoccurring.......Employers in the world today must protect their companies, big and small, from the Law by ensuring that reporting systems are up to date and fully documented for workplace injuries.......Near misses and first aids are properly investigated.......Near misses require investigation as would a serious injury reducing the risk by preventing them from occurring........First aids should be recorded in a first aid log book allowing the Health & Safety Supervisors and Managers to audit monthly the types of first aid incidents, to look for such first aids as back pain, arm and shoulder issues which should be followed up to find the causes.......Employers must put in place procedures and steps to prevent more serious injuries.