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Title: Industrial Safety Supplies and the OSHA 300 Log


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INDUSTRIAL SAFETY SUPPLIES AND THE OSHA 300 LOG
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Industrial Safety Supplies
  • Safety leaders are a step closer to identifying
    the correct Industrial Safety Supplies that are
    needed to provide the correct PPE protection to
    employees at your facility. What's next?
  • Well, before spending a penny on industrial
    safety supplies we need to take a few more steps
    to identify what the correct solution is.
  • If you have completed an "initial safety walk
    through" , then a good next step is to find the
    OSHA 300 Injury Log.OSHA 300 Injury Log.

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OSHA 300 LOG ANALYSIS
  • The OSHA 300 is a required document that is to be
    maintained by employers as required by OSHA
    regulation 29 CFR 1904. Employers are required to
    prepare and maintain a record of serious
    occupational injuries and illnesses and note them
    appropriately on the Facility OSHA 300 log in a
    timely manner.

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OSHA 300 LOG COLUMN B
  • Begin with Column B, Job Title. Ok, what are the
    Job titles of the employees that have sustained a
    Reportable Job Injury? A few minutes of review
    you and you may notice that there is a
    predominant amount of injuries happening with one
    Job Title, may be two. If you facility has 3 of
    the personnel working in the Receiving
    Department, yet the Receiving Department has 25
    of the Injuries,you have to ask yourself what's
    going on here? A Bit of focused effort in the
    right areas may results in huge injury prevention
    reductions.

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IDENTIFYING INJURY TRENDS
  • If you do see work area trends, this does not
    mean the employees are more careless in these
    work areas, but maybe it does. More investigation
    is needed. Perhaps the supervisor does not make
    workplace safety a priority and ensure that all
    employees are wearing the appropriate Industrial
    safety supplies that they are supposed to be
    while on duty.

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OSHA 300 LOG COLUMN D
  • Move on to Column D of the OSHA 300 log, the Date
    of the Injury. Again, breaking down workplace
    injuries further and working towards injury
    prevention, let's take a look at Column D to see
    what we can find out with a bit of a fact finding
    mission. What is the Date of the Injury, and what
    is the Day of the week of the Injury. Then with a
    quick review of a Calendar, Safety Managers can
    plot what days of the week have a Higher injury
    occurrence.

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OSHA 300 LOG COLUMN E
  • Column E of the OSHA 300 log, where did the event
    occur? This is important, really important. In
    injury analysis in the workplace the first
    priority is to always get the person the
    appropriate medical treatment. Get that handled
    first, but then it's time for some investigation
    and fact finding to prevent future injuries. The
    first step if the person is able, is let's return
    to the accident scene. What happened. A bit of
    "Joe Friday" action here, "just the facts Ma'am."

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OSHA 300 LOG COLUMN F
  • Next Column, Row F on the OSHA 300 log. Describe
    the Injury or illness or Parts of the Body
    affected. Obviously, there is room for only three
    to four words on the OSHA 300 log. But a review
    if completed properly can give the Big Picture
    Reviewer of what happened when the injury took
    place.When you add up the cost for one injury
    which OSHA stats reports is approaching 20,000
    for any injury, how much did you really save by
    not providing the proper hand protection?
  • There are no short cuts in anything.

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INDUSTRIAL SAFETY SUPPLIES, THE IMPACT OF OSHA
300 LOG
  • Industrial safety supplies and having the right
    product for the job or task will always be one
    piece of the plan, but not the entire solution
    for In an injury prevention plan.Safety Managers
    must look at the injuries on the OSHA 300 Log and
    analyze what products are needed to prevent
    injuries. It 's possible that your employees are
    using a plain cotton glove because you are
    attempting to keep costs in line.

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