CREACOM, INC. is committed to providing a safe and healthful work environment for all our employees and others that may work, visit or enter our facilities.
It is our policy to manage and conduct operations and business in a manner that offers maximum protection to each and every employee and any other person that may be affected by our operations and business.
It is our absolute conviction that we have the responsibility for providing a safe and healthful work environment for our people and all others that may be affected···as we conduct our business.
We will make every effort to provide a working environment that is free from any recognized or potential hazards.
We recognize that the success of a safety and health program is contingent and dependent upon support from the executive level of management down to involvement of all employees of the company.
The Company and Management is committed to allocating and providing all of the resources needed to promote and effectively implement the Accident Prevention Plan.
The Company will establish avenues to solicit and receive comments, information and assistance from employees where safety and health is concerned. The Company will comply with all safety and health regulations established by federal, state and local agencies.
The Company Management and its designated Supervisors will provide an exemplary example of commitment to safety and health at all times.
This policy applies to all employees and persons affected or associated in any way by the scope of this business.
Outline of Responsibilities
CREACOM, INC. has the responsibility for providing resources and guidance to ensure the effective implementation and success of the Accident Prevention Plan. The following responsibilities for our safety program are assigned to TOM CREA hereinafter referred to as the DESIGNATED Responsible SAFETY PERSON as follows:
- ANALYSIS: Responsibility for the analysis component has been delegated to the Designated Responsible Safety Person for CREACOM, INC.
- RECORD KEEPING: Responsibility for the record keeping component has been delegated to the Designated Responsible Safety Person for CREACOM, INC.
- EDUCATION AND TRAINING: Responsibility for training and education has been assigned to the Designated Responsible Safety Person for CREACOM, INC.
- AUDIT/INSPECTION: Responsibility for the inspection program has been assigned to the Designated Responsible Safety Person for CREACOM, INC.
- ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION: The Responsible Safety Person for CREACOM, INC. has been designated the responsibility for accident investigation.
- REVIEW OF PROGRAM AND PROCEDURES: Responsibility for the review of the Accident Prevention Plan Program has been assigned to The Designated Responsible Safety Person for CREACOM INC.
An explanation of the listed elements, are discussed under the specific program components in the Accident Prevention Plan.
The Designated Responsible Safety Person for CREACOM, INC., is responsible for the trend analysis on a Bi-Annual basis. A review of the following records should be made to identify potential problem areas in order to develop and implement corrective actions. The analysis will be documented•
- Inspection reports
- Accident reports
- Insurance reports
- Accident and Illness Log (OSHA 300)
- Safety meeting reports
- Training records
- Previous Analysis forms
The analysis will include suggested corrective action to reverse any adverse trends.
Responsibility for the record keeping component has been delegated to the Designated Responsible Safety Person for CREACOM, INC. The records are located in the office of CREACOM, INC., 21333 Hufsmith Kohrville Rd.
Tomball, TX 77375.
The Accident Prevention Plan has the following basic record groups:
- ANALYSIS REPORTS: These reports document the trends of incidents/accidents and reviews investigation reports, inspections, and training to determine what is or is not being effective.
- TRAINING SESSIONS AND SAFETY MEETINGS: All safety and health related training provided to employees will be documented. Records and documentation of training will include the presenter's name, date of training, topic or subject, legible identification of the attendee, and attendee's signature.
- AUDIT AND INSPECTION REPORTS: Accurate records will be maintained involving all audits or inspections of the entity's facilities, equipment, and operations, and of maintenance and repair procedures performed on equipment used by employees. An Inspection Checklist, will be used to conduct the inspections.
- ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION REPORTS: All accidents will be investigated and documented using the Accident/Illness Report.
- PROGRAM REVIEW: The documented review of the components of the Accident Prevention Program will be retained for comparison with previous year(s) review•
- RECORDS WHICH ARE REQUIRED UNDER STATE SAFETY REGULATIONS: A review of this documentation will be conducted annually in December to determine new requirements and compliance with the regulations.
All the above records will be kept for five (5) years or as required under law. Additional information for the above reports are discussed under the specific program components in the Accident Prevention Plan.
CREACOM, INC. is committed to providing safety and health related orientation and training to all employees at all levels of the organization. The purpose is to educate and familiarize employees with our safety and health procedures, rules and work practices.
The Designated Responsible Safety Person for CREACOM, INC. has assumed responsibility for the training of employees. The Company will develop, implement and maintain an aggressive program which will include both specific and general safety and health training to new employees and to all employees on at least a monthly basis with additional training as needed when new exposures are identified or new procedures are implemented. Training shall be directed toward the trends indicated by analysis of recent accidents and I or illnesses and inspections.
TRAINING WILL CONSIST OF, BUT NOT BE LIMITED TO, THE FOLLOWING:
- Training on safety rules and practices
- Ongoing and updated training as required by law
- Retraining when identification of accident trends and inspections indicates
- Training on new procedures and equipment
An annual review of new state and federal regulations will be conducted to determine what requirement's must be met and included in the training program.