What does DuPont stop stand for?

The award-winning STOP® (Safety Training Observation Program) series provides a path to workplace safety excellence by making safe behavior and workplace conditions part of the work culture, thus preventing injuries and incidents.

What is stop for supervision?

STOP® for Supervision is based on the idea that leadersare accountable for the safety of their employees. It builds safety observation and communication skills, enabling constructive discussions with employees about safe and unsafe work practices.

What is a stop observation?

STOP stands for Safety Training Observation program, a program aimed at preventing incidents and injuries. STOP is for Employees is a self- observation safety program designed especially for the employees in your organisation.

What is stop card safety?

A Stop-card generally states specifically that an employee should: Stop unsafe actions and conditions immediately for themselves or others. Talk to their co-workers to try to come up with a solution to the safety hazard.

Can the stop card program prevent injuries?

The STOP CARD can be used for Near Miss, Hazard identification, Environmental events, etc. The data gathered can easily be used to prevent injuries, prevent occupational illnesses and also monitor HSE trends in the workplace.

What is Behaviour based safety training?

The Behaviour Based Safety course helps learners recognise unsafe or at-risk behaviours as a frequent cause of both minor and serious injuries. Training helps establish safe behaviour and supports employees to understand the benefits of working safely.

How many e are in a safety program?

The 5 E’s of a Workplace Safety Program.

What should a safety program include?

Your safety program should include safety plans, rules, and work procedures for specific operations at your company. The rules should include enforcement procedures, such as disciplinary action or reorientation, that are universally recognized and applied.