10 Contents of Safety Plan.

10 Contents of Safety Plan.

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    What is Safety Plan?

    The Safety Plan also known as the HSE plan is a detailed formwork to improve the safety culture of an organization by planning how to mitigate the risk, reduce the risk of accident and protect employees from possible hazards execution of jobs within the organization.

    Contents of Safety Plan.

    Contents of safety plan enlighten the important elements or title mentioned in the safety plan.

    To prepare an effect or reasonably practicable plan, mentioning important contents are greatly important, here in this blog post 10 most important contents of safety plan is mention which are must added in safety plan of any organization.

    10 Contents of Safety Plan.

    1. Objective of Safety Plan.

    Without any objective there is no meaning of safety plan, why you are preparing safety plan must be fairly mentioned, such as:-

    1. Outline the safety police endorse by the management.
    2. To improve HSE culture of the organization.
    3. To mitigate the risk.

    2. Safety Policy (HSE Policy).

    Safety policy is the constitutive content of safety plan, Safety plan or HSE plan is the written form of commitment by the top most representatives of the organization to aftercare of health and safety of employees.

    3. Safety Risk Assessment.

    The involvement of Risk Assessment is indicates the practice practice to identify the risk and hazard in different activities in the organization, clear procedure of risk analysis and evaluation must be purely mentioned.

    4. Applicable Legal Safety requirements.

    Which Legal safety requirements will be applicable or following in the organization must be planned and included in safety plan such as:-

    1. Factory act 1948.
    2. BOCW act 1996.
    3. The central motor vehicle act 1998.
    4. ILO
    5. OSHA

    5. Roles and Responsibilities.

    This is clear that a single employee can't do all activities within the organization, so dividing responsibilities among the employee helps to achieve the safety plan objective such as:-

    1. Role of Project Manager.
    2. Role of Safety Manager.
    3. Role of Human resources Manager.
    4. Role of Supervisors.
    5. Role of workers.

    6. Emergency Response Plan.

    To tackle any emergency situation an organization have must his reasonably practicable emergency response Plan.

    7. Training.

    Training modules must be set by organization and must me integrated in safety plan, what type of training, how and who will conduct training.

    8. Welfare Facilities.

    Basic facilities as per legal legislation must be mentioned in safety plan such as:-

    1. Accomodations 
    2. Food 
    3. First aid.

    9. Job Safety Procedure.

    Safety way as per legal standards to carry out organization activities must be integrated in safety plan.

    10. Safety Documentation.

    Without Safety Documentation contents of safety plan can't be satisfactory, what are the safety documents being followed in organization must be mentioned.

    Vital FAQ's 

    What are the 5 factors of Safety Plan?

    1. Management Commitment & Leadership 2. Training and Awareness 3. Hazard identification and risk analysis 4. Safety Control measures. 5. Continues monitoring and improvement.

    Who prepares Safety Plan?

    A group of members or team of organization in which Safety department, execution & HR Department involved .

    When a safety plan should be reviewed?

    Once in a year or on any changes in the system of an organization.

    What are the objectives of a Safety Plan?

    Objectives of safety plans aren:- 1. Improving positive safety culture within the organization. 2. Making workplace free from hazards. 3. To create a positive image of organization in the market. 4. To achieve the safety targets.

    List of Safety Documents.

    Key Role of Safety Officer 


    Safety Plan plays a vital role in enhancing positive safety culture of an organization, integrating useful and reasonably practicable contents plays an important role to prevent workplace accidents.

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