Looking for Just the Right Safety Incentive Program? This New Guide Will Get You There!

January 11, 2019

OSHA’s recent changes to its recordkeeping rule also changed the way that employers must implement their safety incentive programs. MCAA’s new Guide to Safety Incentive Programs walks the user through what’s permissible, and why OSHA is requiring the changes. The guide also provides sample programs for individual workers, groups of workers, such as a crew on a single project, and both categories combined. The appendices include examples of a Safety Observation Card/Checklist, Project Hazard Report Form, and Project Safety Observation Card. For more information about the guide, please contact Pete Chaney via email or call him at 301-990-2214.

 

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