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Six sections to include to start your SHE file quickly and easily

by , 17 April 2015
When starting a new job or project, a safety file is your first line of defence against employee injuries and penalties from the DoL.

When you think you need to include over 70 documents in it, it's no wonder most people leave it to the last minute, or don't do it at all.

Do you even know where to start?

Read on for six sections you need to include to get your SHE File started...


Getting your SHE File started


1. General safety admin
Here, you must include documents like:
  • Common vocab and abbreviations used in your company;
  • Company safety policy;
  • Safety induction; and
  • A brief list of company safety rules.
 
2. Planning
  • Site plan schedule; and
  • Safety plan.
 
3. Details of your risk assessments
  • Risk identification sheet; and
  • Job observation sheet.
 
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You're in charge of health and safety, on top of all your daily duties. And now your boss tells you he expects to see a comprehensive SHE File on his desk by morning.

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Three more areas you need to include to get your SHE File started

 
4. Training
  • Attendance register; and
  • Certificates of training that your employees attend.
 
5. Emergency Planning
  • Emergency plan; and
  • Evacuation procedure.
 
6. Health & Safety Committee
  • Safety Committee agenda; and
  • Meeting attendance register.
 
These are only a few of the documents you need to include. They'll help you get your SHE File started. To make sure you don't miss out on any other documents you need to include, invest in the SHE File CD, which will do all the hard work for you.


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