§ 32.057  SAFETY.
   (A)   All employees are encouraged to be involved in safety precautions. Any employee who notes a safety hazard or unsafe work practice should notify a supervisor immediately. The employee or supervisor should put the safety hazard/practice in writing using the safety incident report and file with the City Recorder. Anonymous suggestions or concerns for safety will be accepted by any Safety Committee member or can be placed in the safety suggestion box at City Hall.
   (B)   Supervisors shall be responsible for the development and maintenance of a safety program. Such program shall include safety regulations and discipline controls.
   (C)   Supervisors and employees shall guard the safety of themselves, fellow employees and the public. Employees will dress appropriately for safety in the work environment.
   (D)   When accidents occur while performing city work, the employee shall contact their supervisor immediately and the supervisor shall complete an accident report form. In case of a motor vehicle accident, the Police Department shall also be notified immediately.
   (E)   The City Recorder shall be notified of all on-duty accidents involving volunteer firefighters, city employees and city equipment as soon as possible and not later than the next workday.
(Res. 2010-23, passed 11-4-2010)