In the first post, we discussed what an effective I2P2 plan (Illness and Injury Prevention Planning, or sometimes IIPP) does, and the business case for implementing the I2P2 plan. This post gets a little more into how to set up the planning process for success. Begin at the top of your organization, with a committee of strategic leadership members.
In this planning phase, you’ll need to:
There are seven parts to a successful implementation of an I2P2 plan. It works based on “Plan-Do-Check-act” planning proceedure.
Using these seven steps, your business systemically eliminates underlying root causes of deficiencies, and moves toward long-term solution rather than one-time fix.
Example: inspection finds unguarded machine. Machine gets fixed and also process in place to discover underlying reason why machine is broken. Process might lead to replacing guards with more effective design, or replace the machines themselves so hazard is eliminated.
This illustration shows how the seven parts work together.