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HSE weekly report

Post by eskender » Wed Nov 04, 2009 9:21 am

Please lets share our forms in term of make our standard in high quality ....

my management requested from me to prepare HSE weekly report and has to be in different elements and more official ..

Please help me how to prepare the form or what is your form or weekly report looks like ??

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Re: HSE weekly report

Post by Keith1983 » Wed Nov 04, 2009 9:33 am

I compile a monthly report for the board of directors which is just a list of bulletpoints summarising the most significant things which are happening in the world of HSE every month. I would suggest making the report monthly or less frequent that weekly as you might be struggling for things to put in it some weeks.
So when the whole world is safe..............what are we going to do then?

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Re: HSE weekly report

Post by ChrisD » Wed Nov 04, 2009 9:35 am

I suppose a weekly report depends on the size of your business but from my personal point of view, a weekly report does seem quite excessive...

I think its harder to monitor performances/results on a weekly basis then it is, say on a monthly basis.. What I mean is, by having weekly meetings etc, by the time the next one comes around have you actually had time to action or monitor the previous weeks points?? Especially if you have other things to do as well?

Monthly (or even fortnightly), however, gives you ample time to monitor, action and find new areas of perhaps concern etc.

If anything does need your attention in between meetings/reports etc, then yes, you look into it and put in place arrangements to control it / report it etc as would be expected of you.

PS: Keith beat me to it - some weeks you may even struggle to put anything or noteworthy into a report..

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