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In one hour from right this minute, this, and so much more, could be operational in your entire organization. Another day would not pass without a complete emergency/safety program in place.  Two-year guaranteed pricing begins from the order date.

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Aspirational OSHA Achievement:  VPP (Voluntary Protection Program)

According to speaker at VPPPAix, “..even working towards VPP and all if its benefits, will likely reduce recordable incidents by documenting “Near Miss” recordings.   BERT documents Near-Miss and Good-Job events and sends them to the safety team for analysis, real time no longer requiring reporting on potentially elusive forms, and having to decipher poor handwriting.

The program works equally well to build an initial VPP program, as well as it may comply with on-going requirements for current VPP-holding companies.

The BERT program works to enhance the culture of safety in a business by building employee trust and fostering an attitude of care from the company that is above and beyond minimum OSHA requirements.  It looks for employee engagement, inclusion in processes, active participation, documentation and true ownership.  Finally, the intention is that a BERT company’s priority is that employees incorporate this culture of safety outside their time at work, into their daily lives and at home with their families.

Using Council-Certified Emergency Operations professionals (ACAC.org) to lead teams of five others, the Cal-OSHA VPP-Star basic requirements are met.  That concept is consistent with the FEMA ICS system which encourages the management of no more than five individuals in any emergency.

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“According to the National Safety Council, workplace injuries and illnesses cost our economy 198.2 billion dollars a year. That’s over half a billion dollars each day! Employers who invest in injury and illness prevention programs can expect significant cost savings in addition to reducing fatalities, injuries, and illnesses. Workplace safety is not only the right thing to do for your workers; it’s the right thing to do for your business.”

Dr. David Michaels, Assistant Secretary of Labor

Every employer: OSHA/IIPP (Injury Illness Protection Program)

Every Employer EVERY EMPLOYER is required by OSHA to have a readily available Injury Illness Protection Program (IIPP) readily accessible by and its contents known by every employee no matter how many people are employed at every facility.  In 2017 new regulations are adding layers.

BERT provides the eight elements of an IIPP and eleven questions to every corporate client and is available on the accompanying app at every employee’s fingertips.  A template Business Emergency Action plan is also provided.

It is a DOD/SCORM Compliant CBT (Computer Based Training) program.

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BERT is an employee engagement program that provides national credentials, structure, and a business platform to mitigate, document, and respond to anything from an OSHA incident to a systemic emergency by enhancing a culture of safety in any business.

 The program works equally well to build an initial VPP program, as well as it may comply with on-going requirements for current VPP-holding companies.

The BERT program works to enhance the culture of safety in a business by building employee trust and fostering an attitude of care from the company that is above and beyond minimum OSHA requirements.  It looks for employee engagement, inclusion in processes, active participation, documentation and true ownership.  Finally, the intention is that a BERT company’s priority is that employees incorporate this culture of safety outside their time at work, into their daily lives and at home with their families.

Using Council-Certified Emergency Operations professionals (ACAC.org) to lead teams of five others, the Cal-OSHA VPP-Star basic requirements are met.  That concept is consistent with the FEMA ICS system which encourages the management of no more than five individuals in any emergency.

See http://bertinc.org/capabilitycapacity/

NEXT?   <Click> to answer 10-questions and receive confidential, no obligation proposal.  Or email info@bertinc.org for more information.