Hazard Management Program
The Hazards Management Program (HMP) is a written safety and environmental plan for a work unit, which provides a framework for ensuring compliance with regulations pertaining to protection of personnel and the environment. The primary purposes of the HMP are to provide safety information for employee in each work unit, to provide documentation of compliance with occupational and environmental regulations, and to provide information to the Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) department for use in determining job specific training requirements.
Environment, Health and Safety
EHS is responsible for reviewing the submitted HMPs, inspecting work locations, and ensuring compliance with the regulations.
The supervisor is responsible for developing an HMP, communicating its contents to his or her employees, and maintaining safety and environmental compliance.
- Instructions for Preparing a Hazards Management Plan
- Request for Hazardous Material Inspection/Sampling
- Hazards Management Plan
- Safety Shop Talk
- Hazardous Material Recycling Information
- Electrical Safety (OSHA)
- Fall Protection (OSHA)
- Ladders (OSHA)
- Crystalline Silica (OSHA)
- IMAC and Support Services Safety Committees
- Respiratory Protection Program