GRIP Member Resources
Workplace Injury Resources
Documenting the string of events that lead to an incident while the information is fresh in your mind will increase understanding for all if it should evolve into a claim.
Use this template when you have a workplace injury.
Provide a poster with the steps to take when an employee is injured at work.
Information in this section helps you reduce or prevent injuries by creating processes, identifying hazards and providing staff training.
GRIP-specific training benefits new members and serves as a great refresher for established GRIP participants. Click on the topics below for more information about the training and to register.
Accident Prevention Program (APP)
Every employer is different and requires a unique plan for protecting employees and staying compliant with federal, state and local regulations.
Every employer in Washington State is required to create a written accident prevention program (APP) to address the safety and health hazards found in their workplace.
GRIP APP Template (MS Word)
GRIP APP Template – Small Project (MS Word)
(A safety plan for small and mobile job sites.)
GRIP Outdoor Heat Exposure Plan (MS Word)
GRIP Respiratory Protection Program (MS Word)
Employers are legally required to display posters that inform their employees of their rights and responsibilities.
A job hazard analysis is a technique that focuses on job tasks as a way to identify hazards before they occur. A Job hazard analysis is required for all Washington State businesses as part of the employer-written accident prevention program.
Job Hazard Analysis Sample Form (MS Word)
New employees are six times more likely to have a time-loss claim in the first year of employment. In addition, it is required to provide documented new-member safety training to all new employees as part of your written accident prevention program.
Helpful Safety Documentation
An on-going commitment to safety includes accurate and up-to-date records for your business. Use these documents to maintain a good Safety Program.
Have an emergency plan in place for each job site.
GRIP Emergency Plan – Site Specific
Common items requested or reviewed by an L&I compliance officer due to serious injury, fatality, employee complaint, or visit.
Employers with 11 or more employees in a calendar year are required to keep OSHA 300 logs for five years. To access links to forms and other helpful information please visit our OSHA 300 Recordkeeping page at ERNwest.com/OSHA
Weekly Toolbox Topics
These resources are offered to enhance overall safety in the workplace.
General Contractor Safety
GRIP Ladder Safety Checklist (Word)
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