OSHA Recordkeeping - May 26
This webinar provides an overview regarding the OSHA requirements for recording (and sometimes reporting) work related injuries
• Recording criteria.
• Determination of work-relatedness
• Determination of new cases
Defensive Driving/Road Safety - June 2
Employers can absorb costs associated with crashes whether they occur on or off the job. Workplace policies and employee education can help protect your employees, your organization and your community. The purpose of this course is to make employees aware of the importance of defensive driving and its relationship to the proper operation of a safe vehicle. To provide training to reduce collisions in which employees are involved. The road safety portion of this course will cover assessing and improving employee driving skills, investigating motor incidents, and policies/procedures employers can have in place to promote safe vehicle operations.
What To Expect When Expecting OSHA - June 18
This course will provide an overview of a typical OSHA inspection. What to have prepared beforehand, how to ensure the facility is ready when they arrive, what OSHA will be inspecting, and steps to take following the inspection.
Into to OSHA - June 30
This webinar provides an overview regarding OSHA: Why is OSHA important?, History of OSHA, Structure of the OSHA Standards and website, Citations, fines and appeals, What should I do if OSHA shows up?, Why Good Faith Effort is an important concept
Worker Fatigue/Heat Exhaustion - July 8
This course will explore the hazards of working under high temperatures, and the effects of fatigue on workers. Students will be able to recognize the signs of fatigue/heat exhaustion, how to reduce the likelihood of workers experiencing heat exhaustion, and what to do with an individual showing symptoms of heat stroke/exhaustion.