Everything in safety and accident prevention occurs in a consistent, recurring, cyclic chronology. Hazards must be identified, assessed and controlled. These defined hazard controls must then be communicated to all affected employees as performance expectations and they must be trained accordingly. If these expectations are not clear to them, how can we legitimately expect them to know how to work safely?
Accidents must be prevented in real time. We must consistently identify, assess and control hazards before someone is injured or exposed to an illness. This is why complacency kills. If we take our eyes off the goal – accident prevention through safe behaviors and conditions – something is missed.
Three Sixty Safety is working with many public and private companies to assess, identify and control hazards.
Our Goal: Everyone Goes Home Safe…Every Day!