FOREST SERVICE MANUAL

COLVILLE, WASHINGTON

 

TITLE 6100 -- PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT

 

Colville Supplement No. 6100-92-7

 

 Effective August 1992

 

 

 

POSTING NOTICE.  Supplements are numbered consecutively by title and calendar year.  Post by document name.  Remove entire document, if one exists, and replace with this supplement.  The last Colville supplement to this manual was Supplement No. 92-6.

 

 

                                                                                      Superseded    New

Document Name                                                           (Number of Sheets)

6133.56A--1                                                                         1

 

6132 - 6132.1                                                                                           2

 

Digest:

 

6133.56A  Removes Colville Supplement No. 44

 

6132.1    Safety criteria for first line supervisors.

 

 

 

/s/ Edward L. Schultz

EDWARD L. SCHULTZ

Forest Supervisor


 

 

FSM 6100- PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT

COLVILLE SUPPLEMENT 6100-92-7

Effective 8/92

 

 

CHAPTER 6130 - EMPLOYMENT AND STATUS CHANGES

 

 

 

6132 - INTERNAL PLACEMENT

 

6132.1 - Safety Criteria for First Line Supervisors

 

It is the policy of the Colville National Forest to select first line supervisors who have demonstrated an awareness of and commitment to safety as an integral part of every activity.

 

To achieve this objective each applicant for a first line supervisor position will be evaluated on knowledge of safety and on the skill and ability to carry out safe work practices.

 

Following are samples of evaluation criteria that may be included on the SF-52,

and on the Vacancy announcement for in-service vacancies:

 

    1.  Planning skills and knowledge.  Ability to establish safety and production goals, i.e., what training or experience have you had in planning or setting goals or standards?

 

    2.  Knowledge of safety and ability to communicate goals.  Demonstrated safety skills through communication, knowledge of tasks and safe work practices, i.e., what has been past safety record?  What safety training have you received?  (List courses and OJT - include dates).

 

    3.  Safety attitude - Ability to support safe working practices, i.e., how have you supported safe working practices?