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Injury/Illness Prevention Program (IIPP)
This Injury/Illness Prevention Program stater pack will be the foundation of your company’s safety program. This program is recommended for use in all 50 states.
Our Injury/Illness Prevention Program is a fully editable .doc document. This will allow your safety staff to fully customize the program and tailor it to the specific needs of your workplace.
The program is easy to use and implement. All you need to do is look for items in bold and surrounded by brackets <<LIKE THIS>> and fill in the requested information. The Injury/Illness Prevention Program should then be fully evaluated by your safety staff and management to ensure it is fully compatible with your specific workplace.
Eight Elements of the Injury/Illness Prevention Program
This program contains the eight required elements that make up a, Injury/Illness Prevention Program. These are:
- Hazard Assessment
- Hazard Correction
- Accident and Near Miss Investigations
This Injury/Illness Prevention Program Starter Pack is NOT meant to be a complete program. It is for informational purposes only to assist the customer with developing their own safety plan. It is the customer’s responsibility to ensure that their program is complete and addresses the hazards of their specific workplace. First American Safety and its parent company assume no responsibility for the use or misuse of this product or any incidents that may occur in the customer’s workplace after purchase of this product. By purchasing this product the customer agrees to indemnify, defend, and hold harmless First American Safety, its parent company, and its employees from any fines, penalties, liabilities, or losses imposed in connection with the information contained in this product and the customer’s failure to properly implement its IIPP and safety program. First American Safety also makes no assurance that the information contained in this product will result in total compliance with local, state, or federal regulations. Refer to your local regulatory agencies for information on what is required for your specific workplace.