New View Safety considers four areas to mitigate hazards:
- Environmental conditions
All of these factors should be considered when looking for ways to mitigate hazards and prevent recurrences of injuries. The New View understands that a workplace is full of imperfect people, working in an imperfect system. It makes us look at hazards from many different angles and build solutions that are effective in each case at reducing or eliminating the hazard through a hierarchy of controls. Even in good systems there is always room for improvement. A fresh set of eyes and a new perspective on safety can make all the difference.
Employee Safety Services offers a variety of formal and informal safety reviews. These services are preventative and proactive in nature. These include:
- Formal facility inspections
- Post-incident reviews
- Informal, preventive workplace walkthroughs
Call Employee Safety Services for an assessment of your investigative service needs or to schedule a walkthrough. We're proud of our ability to blend different approaches to your circumstances.
Safety Data Analysis
Employee Safety Services relies on an abundance of workers' compensation data to guide safe decision-making. Injury is predictable. While formal post-incident reviews and reports are an option, ESS prefers to use data to anticipate and prevent workplace injuries.
Contact us to learn more about how we can use modern data analytics to prevent incidents and injuries before they become tragedies.
Safety Culture Enhancement
Every workplace has a safety culture. Some cultures are proactive, but most are reactive. Many state agencies and organizations feel that they do not have the capacity to launch a major safety initiative. Employee Safety Services can help you navigate the details of:
- Flexible Safety policy and procedure development
- Creating effective safety committees
- Safety seminars
- Safety events
- Safety conferences (check out some past examples)
Safety Training & Resources
- Visit our training page for a list of upcoming and recorded webinars.
- Working from home?
- Templates/ Assessment Forms
Let us know how we can help you. State employees may contact us at DPA_Safety@state.co.us or 303-866-2200.