OSHA requires that certain high-risk industries report information on injuries and illnesses (from OSHA form 300A). Establishments (single physical locations where a firm does business) with 20-249 employees in high-risk industries are required to send reports to OSHA by March 2, 2019.
The initial step toward simplifying risk scoring is clarifying the organization’s overall goals and scope. What is the company scoring its health and safety programs to? If it’s just to satisfy compliance, it may not be doing enough. Looking beyond compliance should be the main focus.
While database reporting and compliance tools can be effective, there are other ways smaller companies can accomplish the same thing to achieve their organization’s goals, add to productivity, and increase the company’s bottom line. Download the eBook to learn four simple steps to help incorporate a risk-based management system for your business.
Attendees of this past April’s 2017 RIMS Annual Conference and Expo in Philadelphia were greeted with the motto, “Disrupt the Status Quo!” The three-day workshop was designed for risk managers seeking to understand the value that a successful enterprise risk management (ERM) program can add to their organizations.