Safety Management Department
The Safety Management Department ensures that NGHA provide a safe and healthy environment by developing creative collaborations among various departments, committees and individuals, ensuring that the healthcare safety risk (pertaining to building, equipment and people) are eliminated, minimized or mitigated.
The safety management department is in the process of defining the mechanisms for interaction and oversight for the six primary functions involved with the Facility Management and Safety (FMS), Joint Commission International (JCI) standards. These functions include Safety & Security, Hazardous Materials and Wastes, Emergency Preparedness, Fire and Life Safety, Medical Equipment, and Utilities Management.
Safety Management provides the concepts and responsibilities for not only meeting the challenge of maintaining compliance and survey readiness for Joint Commission International requirements but also exceeding regulations.
Safety Management wishes from all employees to work safely to protect themselves and others from injury and follow all NGHA Facility Safety Manual instructions, for example:
Wear all personal protective equipment provided.
Follow safe work procedures.
Not interfere with or misuse anything provided by the employer (equipment, signs, etc.) That is used to keep the workplace safe.
Not remove or change machine guards.
Not behave in a way that puts themselves or others at risk.
Respond to a reasonable request to provide assistance or first aid to an injured person at work.
Report any unsafe issues, including hazards, injuries, illnesses and near misses.
Where can you find us?
Our office is located in staff housing building (350)
For assistance you can email us on firstname.lastname@example.org