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What process do you have in place if someone gets injured or an accident occurs

Discussion in 'Snow Management Safety & Training' started by Michael J. Donovan, Mar 28, 2013.

  1. Michael J. Donovan

    Michael J. Donovan Head Moderator, Online Communities Staff Member
    Messages: 1,052

    What process do you have in place if someone gets injured or an accident occurs during service?

    What are the steps you take, or the plans/processes you have in place for your business, your employees, etc. if someone is injured during service? What processes do you have to deal with accidents that may occur that involve your employees and/or your vehicles while performing services during a storm?
     
  2. SnowClear

    SnowClear Senior Member
    Messages: 106

    Slip and fall procedure resource

    As a snow professional I always find it interesting to study what the snow consumer is doing to address slip and fall accidents. Prevention methods, property maintenance documentation, and procedure to document a slip and fall occurrence are all discussed in the book titled SLIP, TRIP, AND FALL PREVENTION A Practical Handbook by Steven Di Pilla. If looking for this book online, do try and find the most recent edition. A second edition is the latest I'm aware of.

    Anyways, this book is lauded as must have desk reference by property managers on how to mitigate liability, manage slip and fall claims, how to address snow removal concerns!, and more. A good read for owners and account executives.

    Amazon has an ebook version too.