TOSS Business Solutions Safety has develop and implemented a comprehensive “No Blame Safety Culture” that liberates Organizations as it fosters employee loyalty, problem solving in high hazard industry. We prepare and enforce policies to establish a no blame safety culture. Using a Near Miss Reporting System to Evaluate workplace practices, procedures and facilities to assess risk and adherence to the law. Conduct training, presentations and course creation.

The Safety practitioner guides you though Cal-OSHA’s Incident investigation process using a modified version of Californians Employers Report of Occupational Injury and Illness form 5020. A Near Miss event is the first sign before a more serious injury and illness. This tool identifies the most frequent close call events using predetermined site specific questions.

According to the BLS annual survey may fail to report 70% percent in the rate of worker time injuries and illness. Although the SOII portrays dramatic decreases in the rate of worker injury and illness throughout the last decade, independent analyses suggest that actual Occupational injury and illness rates have remained constant or declined only modestly in recent years. 

Published by Dennis Evans

Starting in 1989 with Dupont Chemical Containment, Fire protection and Rescue unit was by far the best workplace safety training of my career, we trained at Las Vegas Clark County Training Center. We learned Firefighting techniques, Incident Command Systems, Decontamination Activities and Managing Hazardous Waste Processes. Today TOSS Business Solutions mission is to drive your companies success by leveraging data, communications and visualizations. SPIs measure, ROI which helps value an organization's investments and profitability. The Cost Performance Index (CPI) shows how effective project funds are being used. KRIs help to forecast major and minor workplace injury and illness . Our safety strategy fosters employee loyalty through tracking Key Risk Indicators. In high hazard industries to include Construction, Manufacturing, Maritime, Gas and Oil. Key Performance Indicators reinforce safety policies to establish a baseline hazard stressor units or Key risk indicators (KRI's).

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