A safety leader is not based solely on title. Anyone in a position of authority over another has legal responsibilities under OSHA to ensure that individuals persons safety and well-being in the workplace. Every decision made has a moral, legal, and financial component.
This training session will cover each of those areas of responsibility, the basics of workers compensation, and the impact of accidents and how increased costs can affect the overall health and well being of the organization. This is a great way to kick start your organization for the new year and set a new safety culture tone for 2019.
What You'll Learn:
By attending this training session, you and your co-workers will learn:
- Safety leadership concepts where safety should be a core company value not a priority that changes
- OSHA’s expectations of every employer to provide a safety and healthy workplace free form “recognized hazards”, how to identify those hazards and the hierarchy of controls
- The impact and true cost of accidents, how workers compensation insurance is impacted by injuries and how those injuries affect the overall health of an organization through increased costs and potential loss of good will. This session will review employee behaviors and workplace conditions that contribute to workplace accidents and the detailed investigative techniques to prevent recurrence