Cost Containment Certification requires one full year of documentation demonstrating the minimum requirements outlined in Steps 1-6 are in place and effective at your organization.
To kick-off your business’s cost containment certification application preparation there must first be a total commitment to occupational safety from top management.
When applying for certification, your organization's commitment must be expressed in a policy statement.
Think of the policy as your safety mission statement. All employees — from management to the front line — should know that workplace safety is a shared priority for all in your organization.
When you’re ready to apply for certification, you’ll need to provide the following documentation for Step 1:
Make sure your organization’s safety policy declaration statement:
Your organization’s policy should:
Here are some tips for sharing your safety policy to all employees:
Pinnacol Assurance assumes no responsibility for management or control of customer safety activities. Please ensure your business meets the requirements of all federal, state, and local laws, regulations, or ordinances related to workplace safety.