Remedial Measures for Commercial Insurance

Remedial Measures are those actions, which can bring about a change in the problem identified and prevent its recurrence. Below is part one of our look into identifying and evaluating these risks.

1. Improve Company Training: The improvement recommended should be directed toward the content of amount of company training needed to correct the accident-causing error. For example:

a. Provide company training for the person who made the error due to lack of formal training.

b. Improve the content of the company-training program to better cover the task in which the error was made.

c. Expand the amount of company training given on the task in which the error was made.

2. Revise Procedures for Operation Under Normal Conditions: The changes recommended should be directed toward changing existing procedures or including new ones.

3. Revise Procedures for Operations Under Abnormal or Emergency Conditions: The changes recommended should be directed toward changing existing procedures or including new ones.

4. Ensure Personnel are Ready to Perform: The purpose of this recommendation is to encourage supervisors to make sure that employees are capable of performing a job before making an assignment. They should consider training, experience, physical condition, fatigue, haste, excessive motivation, overconfidence, effects of alcohol/drugs.

5. Inform Personnel of Problems and Remedies: This recommendation should be used when it is necessary to relay accident-related information to all individuals within the company, other companies, and the entire industry.

6. Positive Management Action: The purpose of this corrective action is to recommend that the supervisor take action to encourage proper performance and to discourage improper performance by his people.

7. Provide Personnel Resources Required for the Job: This recommendation is intended to prevent an accident when insufficient qualified people are being assigned to perform the job safely.

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