Supplementary activities, Strategic Management

To be effective in hazard control programme it must be planned and should be logical. Programme objectives and safety policies need to be established. Responsibility to the hazard control programme needs to be determined. Accident prevention consists of four major steps. These are:

1. Supplementary Activities: The workers should be properly trained to observe safety rules. If necessary discipline is to be strictly enforced. Wide publicity should be given through:
1. Posters
2. Movies
3. Contests
4. Committees
5. Employee magazines bulletins
6. Booklets and other literature
7. Film strips
8. Meetings
9. Suggestion system
10. Safely books safely training 

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