“ You Can’t Predict Emergencies, But You Can Prepare For One"
GHS safety instructors are available to conduct safety courses at your facility and can customize them for your specific needs. GHS trainers have verifiable instructional skills and years of practical experience in Occupational Health and Safety.
When an emergency occurs, the first priority is always life safety. The second priority is the stabilizations of the incident. There are many actions that can be taken to minimize further injury, damage to property and to prevent business disruption. We believe that respect for rules and regulations go hand in hand with our commandments of safety in the workplace.
Following our TEN COMMANDMENTS of safety will help you acheive those goals.
I. Everyone is responsible for their safety and the safety of others.
II. All acidents are preventable.
III. Follow company rules, regulations and procedures.
IV. Assess the risks.
V. Be proactive about safety.
VI. If you’re not trained, don’t do it.
VII. Manual handling, manage the lift.
VIII. Practice good housekeeping.
IX. Don’t take shortcuts.
X. Be prepared to act.