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OSHA Safety and Health Management Guidelines
These voluntary guidelines, issued in 1989, say that an effective program should include:
A clear goal and objectives for meeting that goal
Commitment from top managers and employee involvement
Baseline and periodic comprehensive workplace surveys as well as job hazard analyses
Analyses of injury and illness trends over time
Correcting or controlling hazards in a timely manner
Safety and health training of all personnel
Holding managers, supervisors, and employees accountable for meeting their safety responsibilities
A review of goals and objective at least annually
U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration: http://1.usa.gov/eCgtmX