Here are some examples of salient points or rules that are usually covered by a plan:_ All adverse incidents or accidents should be reported to management or to an employee's immediate supervisor. _ All workers must wear the standard or prescribed personal protective equipment (PPE) such as hard hats, overalls, safety shoes, etc. _ Workplaces must be kept clean and efficient. _ Proper conduct and professional decorum must be observed by all workers at all times. No horseplay or other types of disruptive activity are allowed. _ Possession and/or consumption of alcohol and/or illegal substances are strictly prohibited in the workplace. _ Those who are unfit for work or whose abilities to perform work accurately and efficiently may not be permitted to enter the workplace. _ All equipment used should be returned to their proper storage after use. These are just some of the usual rules and guidelines contained in the plans. They would vary from company to company, depending on the industry or field the business is engaged in, but the basic principles of safety, sanitation and efficiency are included in any safety management plan template.
Adjust the Financials _ Before you do any writing, work on the financials to make them consistent with your plans. Enter your startup costs (after you have researched them) cost of goods sold, operating expenses, and revenue projections. The financial model with the template should help by automatically updating the financial statements of the plan based on the changes in these basic drivers. Check that the financial results (profit, return to investors, and cash reserves on hand) are appropriate for your business before moving on to the next step.