What is it and how can I use it with ToolWatch EHS to improve my safety program?
The Associated Builders and Contractors Safety Training Evaluation Process (STEP) is a safety benchmarking and improvement tool that was established in 1989. It was developed and written by contractors, for contractors, and is designed to improve safety performance among construction industry participants regardless of company size or type of work. The STEP program has evolved into a world-class safety management system that can help companies achieve world-class safety performance.
Participating ABC member companies measure their safety processes and policies on 25 key components through a detailed questionnaire with the goal of implementing or enhancing safety programs that reduce job site incident rates.
ToolWatch EHS can help companies align with the Associated Builders and Contractors Safety Training Evaluation Process (STEP) by providing a suite of safety software tools that can empower workers to improve safety performance and be more engaged in the safety process.
ToolWatch EHS can help companies align with STEP by supporting:
Frequent inspections and observations
ToolWatch EHS provides support for more frequent inspections, observations, analysis, and training. This can help companies measure their safety processes and policies on 25 key components through a detailed questionnaire, as required by STEP.
ToolWatch EHS can improve compliance through the use of analytics and dashboards that provide visibility and increase safety, quality, and production across the organization.
ToolWatch EHS apps are specially designed for being out at the job site. This can help companies capture safety data digitally in order to rapidly identify trends and build safety intelligence.