All vendors are required to submit their safety program details during onboarding. You can submit your safety program documents directly through your Workrise account.
Submitting Your Safety Programs
To submit your safety programs, log into your Workrise account, then head over to Work Requirements.
Find the ‘Safety Programs’ requirement and click ‘Edit’.
Submit all of your safety program documents through the following screen. You can submit up to 10 PDFs.
At a minimum, we expect all companies to have a PDF copy of their safety program with the following components:
- Drug & Alcohol Policy
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Job Safety Analysis
- Short Service Employee
Additional protocols may be required based on your scope of work such as:
- Lockout Tagout
- Hazard Communication
- Driver Safety
The Workrise Safety Team will review your documents and let you know if revisions are required.
Safety Program Definitions
Drug & Alcohol Policy
The Substance Abuse Policy aims to ensure a safe and productive work environment by prohibiting drug and alcohol misuse. It addresses the risks of substance abuse affecting job performance and safety. The policy outlines testing procedures, permissible behaviors, and disciplinary actions for violations.
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Policy
The purpose of the Personal Protective Equipment Policies is to protect the employees from exposure to workplace hazards and the risk of injury through the use of personal protective equipment (PPE).
Job Safety Analysis (JSA)
Job safety analysis, or JSA, is a systematic process designed to keep your employees and workplace safe. It breaks down each job into training sequences, identifies key safety risks, and teaches the employee how to avoid those hazards. It breaks a job down into individual steps and then finds the safest way for an employee to complete each step.
Short Service Employee (SSE) Policy
The purpose of a Short Service Employee Policy is to ensure that employees with less than six months experience are identified, adequately supervised, trained and managed so as to prevent injury to themselves or others, property damage, or environmental harm.
Lockout Tagout Policy/Procedure
Lockout Tagout is a procedure used to ensure equipment is shut down, isolated from all energy sources, and inoperable until maintenance or repair work is completed. They are used to keep employees safe from unexpected start-up of equipment or machinery that could injure or kill them if not managed correctly.
Hazard Communication Protocols
Hazard Communication Protocols are used to protect people from injuries and illnesses associated with using hazardous chemicals in the workplace.
Accident/Incident Investigation Procedure
The Accident/Incident Investigation Procedure is a structured process used to report, track, and find the cause of incidents, involving a formal strategy to investigate the incident, document the investigation, track progress, and analyze investigation data to identify and control for repeat incidents.
Driver Safety Protocols
Driver Safety Protocols are a set of guidelines and procedures designed to ensure the safe operation of vehicles, minimize risks, and promote safety awareness among drivers.
Safety Meeting Sign in Sheet/Training Rosters
The Sign in Sheet/Training Roster is a document used to track attendance and participation in safety meetings or training sessions, providing a record of individuals present and their acknowledgment of safety protocols.
Safety Meeting Schedule
The Safety Meeting Schedule is a predetermined plan outlining the dates, times, and topics of upcoming safety meetings, serving as a proactive approach to address and discuss relevant safety issues within an organization.