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HEC TV: Stay Safety Savvy with an Effective Written Safety Plan

Posted Tuesday, March 12, 2019 6:27 am

Effective October 27, 2018, new administrative rules for the State of Hawaii Department of Occupational Safety and Health (HIOSH) require companies who have 10 or more employees to develop a written safety and health program that satisfies HIOSH/OSHA requirements.  Previously, such written programs were required only for companies with 25 or more employees.

In this installment of HEC TV, HR Consultant Jessica Morikone talks about:

  • What is a written safety and health program?
  • Who must have a written safety and health program?
  • What must be included in the program?
  • What resources are available to employers to assist in creating an effective plan?

This episode of HEC TV is part of HEC’s March Feature of the Month:  Developing a Safety Culture Through a Written Safety and Health Program.  Read more.

Feature of the Month:

Managing and Leveraging Benefits (So They Donít Leverage You)

Employee benefits are typically the second largest expense for employers only behind wages and salaries.  Yet many employers overlook the importance of having a strategy to effectively manage this important recruitment and retention tool.  Read more to find out how you can create an effective benefits strategy that incorporates your organization’s goals and provides the greatest value for your benefits budget.

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