The Short Service Employee (SSE) Program is intended to ensure that SSE are
identified, appropriately supervised, trained, mentored, and managed in order to
prevent accidents such as personal injury, injury to others, environmental
damage, or property damage. A supervisor will ensure that the SSE will monitor
all activities conducted for the awareness of health, safety, and environmental
issues. During the SSE period, the SSE will be required to wear an identifiable
SSE indicator. Upon completion of the 90 business day SSE period, a
supervisor can approve the employee being removed from the SSE program.
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ANSWER THE QUESTIONS BELOW PERTAINING TO THE SSE
IS EMPLOYEE TRAINED TO SAFELY PERFORM HIS/HER JOB BEING ASSIGNED?
HAS THE EMPLOYEE PASSED A PHYSICAL?
IS THE EMPLOYEE IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE COMPANY DRUG AND ALCOHOL POLICY?
HAS THE EMPLOYEE BEEN PROVIDED WITH THE COMPANY POLICIES AND PROCEDURES?
DOES THE EMPLOYEE'S MENTOR HAVE ADEQUATE EXPERIENCE AND AGREE TO THE TASK?
HAS THE EMPLOYEE BEEN PROVIDED ORIENTATION AND APPLICABLE SAFETY TRAINING?
Please note that this checklist is a hypothetical example and provides basic information only. It is not intended to
take the place of, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice; medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment;
or other applicable laws. You should also seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of such checklist is
permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.
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