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Safety Division Ergonomics Division

County of Monterey Safety Mission Statement

"It is the policy of the County of Monterey to make certain that all aspects of our operation are conducted in the safest manner possible. Safety is the number one priority, uncompromised by scheduling constraints, weather, and deadlines.
Our policy provides for a safe and healthy workplace for all employees. All employees shall not only be current on training as it applies to their particular task, but shall have a full understanding of why certain precautions must be taken when working in a given environment. We firmly contend that the health and welfare of our employees is of the utmost importance.

Each project must be continuously examined and re-examined for hazard identification and preventive measures to minimize potential for injury. Our expectation is that all employees from the management team on down will continue to contribute to the evolving safety program pertaining to each project. We expect every individual employed by the County of Monterey to uphold the workplace standards set forth by Cal/OSHA, OSHA, local codes as well as those further put in place by the County.

We believe in a ‘top-down’ approach to safety such that it begins with the management team. The management team believes that accident prevention is the cornerstone of the safety program. Additionally, each supervisor is responsible for the safety of their teams, each team leader is responsible for each team, and each member of the team is responsible for their own safety and the safety of those around them. The result is an accident-free environment where employees know that their well-being is the number one priority of the County."

Injury and Illness Prevention Program

For more information about the County of Monterey Safety Division visit the Safety Home Page

Ergonomics Process Home Page.
The County of Monterey Ergonomics Process is a lean, pro-active process that is designed to prevent and manage work injuries as quickly and effectively as possible. It also is intended to support non-occupational injuries and illnesses or disabilities that may impact employee productivity at the County. The Ergonomics Process is all encompassing designed to meet Cal-OSHA compliance and includes but is not limited to:

  • Analysis of individual workstations, departments, tasks, process and tools used;
  •  Training of individuals and departments on office and industrial ergonomics;
  •  Consulting on various issues related to facility planning, injury prevention and management, installation of new processes and the purchase of new tools;
  •  Implementation of hazard prevention and control measures to mitigate or eliminate exposures to the extent feasible to primary and secondary risk factors known to cause or increase the likelihood of work injuries at the County of Monterey.

For more information about the County of Monterey Ergonomics Process, visit the

Ergonomics Process Home Page.