Illness Injury Prevention Program

OSHA I2P2 rule and the elements of an OHS management system, including hazard assessment, selection of safety controls, performance measurement, incident investigation, accident and near miss reporting, auditing, corrective action and reporting to management. Our editors have “cherry picked” the best resources – to access them, click here.

Measuring safety by analyzing what is NOT safety can lead to accidents and eventually, OSHA violations.

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The essence of injury prevention—and OSHA compliance—is to analyze the hazards associated with particular jobs and select appropriate measures to prevent them. One of these measures is to write procedures for performing hazardous tasks safely. But simply having a safe work procedure isn’t enough. In …

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As the Small Business Administration begins the process of engaging what will be a panel of small businesses in a review of a proposed OSHA injury and illness prevention program (I2P2) standard through the SBREFA process that all OSHA rulemaking must undergo (view here), the …

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Retrieved from:  United States Department of Labor
Table 2 – Number of cases – detailed industry level – 2008 & Table A2 – Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry case counts – …

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Retrieved from:  United States Department of Labor
Table 1 – Incidence rates – detailed industry level – 2008 & Table A1 – Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry rates – 2008
 

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Retrieved from:  United States Department of Labor
This table shows the highest rates for total injury cases in 2008.
 

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Retrieved from:  United States Department of Labor
Table 1 – Incidence rates – detailed industry level – 2009 & Table A1 – Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry rates – 2009
 

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Retrieved from:  United States Department of Labor
This table shows the highest rates for total illness cases in 2009.
 

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Retrieved from:  United States Department of Labor
This table shows the highest rates for total injury cases in 2009.
 

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Retrieved from:  United States Department of Labor
This table shows the highest rates for cases with days of job transfer or restriction – Injuries and Illnesses in 2009.
 

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