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If you need us to work on your account and get it in good standing or produce ISN approved safety programs for you, our consulting fee is $65 per hour.
It is our experience that most programs take about 3 hours to produce depending on your requirements. We can set you up from the beginning or just help get your grade to an “A” in as little as a month or two.
We do not charge anything until we are done and all programs are approved.
ISN’s online database, ISNetworld, is the global resource for connecting corporations with safe, reliable contractors/suppliers from capital-intensive industries.
ISN collects safety, procurement, sustainability, quality and regulatory information from contractors and suppliers, verifies its accuracy, and then reports the results in an easy-to-follow format. This allows corporations to select those resources that best meet internal and governmental requirements, while providing contractors/suppliers the opportunity to centralize their information, save time and gain presence in the marketplace.
Through its innovative data-systems, superior customer service and global reach, ISN fosters safer work environments, stronger partnerships and a healthier bottom-line. Each ISNetworld subscriber has access to the features and services outlined below, along with a host of others.
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How Can You Make the Roads Safer?
Wed Jun 29 2016 at 8:25 pm +0000
Safety is everyone’s responsibility; and nowhere is this truer than on the road. Even with the best driving conditions, including dry roads, great visibility and longer days, holiday driving also brings more risks. However, there’s good news. While the American population has been growing since 1975, the actual number of driver fatalities has declined. To help support this encouraging trend during National Safety Month, the National Safety Council and its partners are reminding drivers about the importance of sharing the roads safely. Staying safe while driving for work Did you know that approximately 86% of American workers commute to work by car?  In addition, there are millions of people who drive or ride in a motor vehicle as part of their profession. So it may come as no surprise that motor vehicle accidents are the leading cause of work-related deaths in America. In response, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) has created a website specifically designed to provide guidance on how truck drivers, high-risk workers and every individual who drives for work can stay safe. Eyes on the road, hands on the wheel Whether texting, using in-vehicle technology or simply reaching for a drink, taking your hand off the wheel distracts you from your primary task of driving safely. Since staying alert while driving is one of your best defenses against accidents, NIOSH is encouraging companies and their workers to have a serious dialogue about distracted driving. They’ve created these resources for educating workers about distracted driving at work. Among other things, NIOSH’s guide outlines: The main types of distractions The role of distractions in motor vehicle crashes The importance of preventing distracted driving at work How you can help prevent distracted driving at work  http://www.iihs.org/iihs/topics/t/general-statistics/fatalityfacts/overview-of-fatality-facts  https://www.census.gov/hhes/commuting/files/2014/acs-32.pdf
Watch Out for Danger During National Safety Month
Thu Jun 23 2016 at 7:25 pm +0000
Watch Out for Danger During National Safety Month June is National Safety Month; and this week the National Safety Council (NSC) and its partners have raised awareness about “Watching Out for Dangers”, particularly in the workplace. Why is there a focus on the workplace? While safety is always important, there’s simply no denying that ensuring safety in the workplace has the potential to save thousands of lives and prevent tens of thousands of injuries and illnesses each year. Just consider the following: The Bureau of Labor and Statistics estimates that employed Americans between the age of 25 and 54 spend most of their workdays on work or work-related activities. And many of these activities have the potential to turn a normal day on the job into an unwelcome trip to the hospital. Reducing falls In response, there are a number of campaigns aimed at preventing very specific accidents, such as the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) National Falls Prevention Campaign. Falling is the leading cause of death in construction, yet also one of the most preventable accidents. And by taking these simple steps, they can be dramatically reduced: Plan ahead to get the job done safely Provide the right equipment Train everyone to use the equipment safely OSHA has also created a number of educational resources to help employers talk to their employees about preventing falls. Carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning in the maritime industry When we think of boats, we think of fun—not CO poisoning. The reality is that CO emissions cannot be seen or detected by smell, but have the potential to be lethal when concentration levels are high. Further, all CO poisonings are preventable. So with the summer underway, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) is raising awareness about how generators and engines on houseboats have the potential to cause serious harm when there are hazardous levels. To learn how to prevent CO poisoning in boating, the National Center for Environmental Health has created this guide to help you understand the following: How CO can build up on a boat Symptoms of CO poisoning How to prevent CO poisoning on a boat How to identify your exposure to risks In order to remain safe, you have to stay both alert and aware of potential dangers—even in surroundings that might be familiar. The NSC realizes that being aware is not always an easy task, and it created a Safety Checkup tool that you can share with your colleagues so they can get their own personal Safety Snapshot. Just answer five basic questions, and you will receive a personalized snapshot that will highlight your biggest safety challenges. More resources for “Watching out for Dangers” Safety is all too easy to take for granted, that is, until it’s been compromised. But that doesn’t have to be the case. Take the NSC’s Pledge to be Safe at Work and take advantage of these free safety resources and tools in order to create a safer workplace.
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Operator/Training Qualifications (OQ/TQ™ )
ISN’s OQ/TQ tool facilitates the recordkeeping requirement of individual-level qualifications to meet regulatory requirements. Owner Clients and contractors utilize OQ/TQ to manage task list requirements and monitor compliance. Qualifications sent by Third Party Data Providers afford an additional level of verification.
ISN’s Site Tracker tool allows Owner Clients to track contractors’ work hours, incidents, near misses and driving statistics on a monthly basis.
ISN’s SmartLog tool helps contractors track near misses and recordable incidents throughout the year, ensuring all records are up-to-date. Injury and illness logs and summaries can be generated and printed at any time.
Training ManagerThe Trainings Manager tool assists companies with managing their employee trainings. The tool lets supervisors publish course catalogs, establish training requirements and schedule courses. Supervisors can run reports to ensure employees have met training requirements.
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