DATE: January 12, 2012
TO: All Employees of Denver Branch
FROM: Leonard Schwartz, Branch Manager
SUBJECT: New Loss-Prevention System Recently it has been brought to my attention from corporate headquarters, that it would be in the best interest of the company to pay more attention to matters of preventing accidents and any other safety-related measures that affect the workplace, including both office and field activities . Every single employee needs to be ever mindful in this regard so that they are more efficient and effective in the daily performance of their everyday tasks that relate to the job’s responsibilities so that safety is a paramount concern.
With this goal of safety on our minds, I believe the bottom line of the emphasis on safety could be considered to be the training that each of us receives in our first weeks on the job as well as the training provided on a regular basis throughout each year of our employment with M-Global, so that we are always aware of how to operate in a safe manner. The training vehicle gives the company the mechanism to provide each of you with the means to become aware of the elements of safety that relate to the specific needs and requirements of your own particular job. Therefore, at this time I have come to the conclusion in the process of the new corporate emphasis on safety to our particular branch that we need to give much greater scrutiny and analysis to the way we can prevent accidents and emphasize the concern of safety at every stage of our operation for every employee. Toward this end, I have asked the training coordinator, Kendra Jones, to assemble a written training program that will involve all employees which will be implemented beginning no later than June of this year. When the plan has been written and approved at the various levels within the office, I will conduct a meeting with every department in order to discuss all details of the safety program.
Effective in February