Safety programs, policies, procedures, and training are key components to an effective accident prevention program. Erie Insurance offers our workers’ compensation insurance Customers access to services to assist you in developing and implementing a accident prevention program.
Written Safety and Health Program, Policy, Procedure Templates
Some OSHA and state safety and health standards require employers to implement a written safety and health program, policy, or procedure to address a specific standard or hazard. Examples include:
- Fall protection
- Hazard communication
- Hearing conservation
Erie Insurance has teamed up with Grainger to provide access to their Online SafetyManagerSM Core for our workers compensation insurance Customers at no charge. This Web-based service provides written program, policy and procedure templates for more than 100 workplace safety and health hazards and activities. They can be customized for the specific needs, hazards and operations of your company and be saved offline to your computer as Microsoft Word documents.
For access and to request an account, go to Grainger Online SafetyManager
, sponsored by Erie Insurance.
Safety & Health Training
Erie Insurance has also teamed up with CLMI Safety Training to provide worker compensation Customers access to instructor-lead video and online safety and health training programs at no charge.
Additionally, ERIE’s risk control consultants can provide the following safety training for your business and employees:
- Forklift operations
- PA Certified Safety Committee Member Annual Training
- Customized safety and health training for your specific needs
Fall protection training may also be critical to your construction site. For residential construction fall protection and safety training, refer to West Virginia University, Safety and Health Extension’s Web site, http://safetyandhealth.ext.wvu.edu/
For more information about ERIE’s business insurance coverage and safety services, contact your local Agent.
*ERIE's business insurance coverage is not available in Kentucky.