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OSHA and incentive programs

April 29, 2015 Melissa Kephart, CSP

Safety incentive programs are a common method of increasing employee engagement with a safety management system.

However, many safety professionals have concerns that OSHA does not approve of incentive programs. Others go so far as to believe that OSHA has handed out citations for the mere presence of a safety incentive program. The truth of the matter, however, is quite different.

This paper will discuss the two different types of incentive program, and identify the steps you can take to avoid any potential conflict with OSHA.

Download this whitepaper and learn:

  • The two types of incentive program
  • The attributes of a good incentive program
  • How to be sure that your incentive program is effective

About the Author

Melissa Kephart, CSP

Melissa Kephart, CSP is a Client Service Consultant for Medgate providing consultation to clients in the areas of implementation planning, work process review, training, and sustaining support. Prior to working with Medgate, Melissa was a management consultant providing safety and industrial hygiene expertise to senior-level government managers. Melissa has extensive experience in custom OHS software development, agency-level safety program management, and Voluntary Protection Programs.

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