Identify and Correct Hazards before OSHA Finds Them
Self inspection is at the core of any workplace safety program. A thorough examination of the workplace not only helps to prevent work-related injuries and illnesses but also helps to reduce or eliminate fines by finding and correcting hazards before they are found by OSHA.
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Workplace Inspections (OSHA & EPA)
- Let KellerOnline be your Regulatory Guide.
Review requirements for over 60 OSHA‐required (general industry) inspections in a quick reference table. Know what should be inspected, when it should be inspected, and any recordkeeping required for documenting the inspection.
- Save time with over 100 pre‐built checklist templates…
Checklists are based on regulatory requirements and/or best practices, and are routinely reviewed to ensure their accuracy.
- … Or build your own checklist(s) to meet your specific needs.
Custom checklists can be built from scratch or by editing an existing template. Once created, these custom checklists can be saved and used over‐and‐over in your periodic inspection program.
- Track inspection results to pin‐point unsafe problem areas.
Enter results to identify deficiencies and possible problem areas.
- Address deficiencies by implementing corrective actions.
Set due dates, enter instructions, and assign and track responsibility for putting corrective actions in place.
- Generate reports and analyze results.
Compare results across inspection areas, inspection topics, and even individual inspection items.
- Delegate inspection responsibilities with KellerOnline’s Free Inspection Portal
If you cannot conduct the inspections yourself, use the built‐in functionality to delegate inspection responsibilities across your facility and/or company using the KellerOnline free Inspection Portal.
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Job Hazard Analysis (JHA)
A job hazard analysis (JHA), also known as job safety analysis (JSA), is a technique that focuses on job tasks as a way to identify hazards before they occur. It focuses on the relationship between the worker, the task, the tools, and the work environment. Ideally, after you identify uncontrolled hazards, you will take steps to eliminate or reduce them to an acceptable risk level.
OSHA does not require a job hazard analysis (JHA) in the traditional sense of the term. However, employers are required to take necessary steps to ensure safety, so a JHA can certainly be a big part of that. Also, some states, for example, California, Minnesota & Washington, may accept a JHA as part of an I2P2 IIPP or similar safety program requirement.
The job hazard analysis tool in the KellerOnline® Safety Management Tool will help you:
- Create professional, printable JHAs with our user-friendly wizard
- Maintain JHA data based on facility location, work area, and PPE
- Set review reminders via the service calendar
- Generate reports and logs for analysis and employee input.
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Safety Audits (DOT)
This interactive tool in KellerOnline provides a quick way to audit your motor carrier operation, develop action plans to correct problem areas, and focus on critical policies and procedures. This self-audit consists of the six (6) factors audited by the DOT.
- Hazardous Materials
- Accident Factor
After completing the audit, KellerOnline will display a summary of the acute and critical violations along with the calculated safety rating. Action plans are automatically generated by this tool, based on your responses to audit questions in each of the six factors.
Lastly, the tool links you to the Policies and Procedures Interactive Tool where you can customize policies and procedures by entering company-specific information. Developing consistent policies and procedures helps improve carrier safety, efficiency and profitability.
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