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How to Avoid Costly Safety Violations

April 18, 2018 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm EDT

Course Overview

Register for Safety 101 today and help keep OSHA away!

This seminar will help you understand the importance of getting started as a safety professional and where to start. You will also learn the importance of getting management buy-in.

Areas covered in the session:

  • OSHA compliance training, what do you need, how frequently
  • Start-up of a safety committee and reporting of near-misses
  • Learn if incentive programs are good or bad
  • How to perform and train your supervisors on accident investigations
  • How to get buy in from senior management
  • How to prioritize your company’s safety needs
  • How to use record keeping as a benefit
  • All other safety compliance issues will be covered

Learning objectives:

  • Safety professionals will learn the various training topics required annually
  • What areas need audits, and how to conduct them
  • How to develop a safety committee
  • How to form an alliance with your insurance provider and panel doctor


This workshop will provide valuable assistance to all safety professionals in industry / construction, supervisors, safety committee members, senior management, anyone who has to carry out the safety responsibilities of the company.

Why You Should Attend:

The beginnings of your career in safety can be intimidating, wondering where to start. If you have been in any of these scenarios, this is the class for you.

  1. Have you ever been asked, “are my employees trained to operate a piece of equipment?” and you answer with that confused look?
  2. Has your insurance company asked for the latest OSHA 300 log, and you have no idea what that is?
  3. Has the company president asked for the safety committee meeting minutes, and you don’t have them in place?


April 18, 2018
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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