“The safety plan concept was originally developed for compliance with
Occupational Safety and Health Administration Codes. With the windfall of information available, technological advances have
allowed a quick, concise central depot of this information for streamlined reporting, emergency response planning and data sharing between numerous divisions, to promote a safe and sound research/work environment.
From my experience, this system is a strong regulatory tool and customer service friendly data capture method. The database
is robust and offers a myriad of options,”
-Amy B. Orders, M.S., M.Ed., RT(R), Assistant Director, Environmental Health and Safety, North Carolina State University.