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  • INCIDENT INVESTIGATION INCIDENT REVIEW PROCESS BENEFITS The positive benefits and effects of the Injury Review Process (IRP) are many: 1. It is a follow-up investigation of prior accidents and injuries. Many times this process has proven to be far more revealing and in-depth than initial accident investigations. 2. During this process a team comprised of management and workers is considering and developing ways to prevent recurrence of injuries. 3. The injured employee realizes that management considers safety and accident prevention to be a priority. The IRP creates a high level of safety consciousness with the injured worker, as well as with all other employees. 4. Safety psychology tells us that when an employee is injured, he or she become more or less prone to future injuries, depending upon how the employee has been treated by those in authority. During the IRP the employee is assured that the committee is reviewing the injury because the company is concerned about its employees’ well being and safety. He or she is also assured that no disciplinary action will be taken as a result of this process, and that the purpose is to create a safer work environment for employees. This humanistic concern for injured employees has proven to have an effect on preventing recurrence of injuries.

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HAZARD ASSESSMENT

  • HAZARD ASSESSMENT

EMPLOYEE INCIDENT REPORT

  • EMPLOYEE INCIDENT REPORT

SUPERVISOR INCIDENT REPORT

  • SUPERVISOR INCIDENT REPORT

CORRECTIVE ACTION ASSESSMENT

  • CORRECTIVE ACTION ASSESSMENT

DOCUMENTATION OF COMPLETION

  • DOCUMENTATION OF COMPLETION

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