Employee sprains and strains drive up your insurance costs and leave you short staffed. In this webinar, find out why your best efforts to prevent these injuries aren’t working, and learn five practical solutions that will actually reduce the risk of injury.
Ergonomic-related injuries occur more than any other injury in the workplace. Get ahead of injury and stay in the safety zone. In this presentation you will learn how to identify the top six risks and practical ways to address them.
Same-level slips, trips, and falls are the third leading cause of workers’ compensation claims. In this presentation, you will learn tangible ways to solve your slip, trip, and fall problems and reduce future claims.
Every business has a safety culture – whether yours promotes safe or unsafe habits is a reflection of your employees and leadership. Learn how to take your own culture to the next level by assessing your safety culture maturity, influencing change and employing techniques gain the best ROI.
Crushed hands and arms, severed fingers and limbs, lacerations and abrasions – you’d be surprised at how dangerous your workplace truly is. Safeguarding machines is a vital strategy to help keep everyone safe. Includes OSHA compliance factors and basic concepts from operations, maintenance, to emergency response.
Conducting a Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) can help prevent work-related injuries, illnesses and deaths. Equip yourself with tools to create a safer workplace, including helpful forms to rank hazardous tasks and create a plan of action.
The top goal in safety training programs is to eliminate incidents and injuries. Learn to make a positive impact and turn unsafe habits into dependable routines, ideas for planning great observations and best practices for effective feedback.
Heat illness is deadly – each year thousands of workers succumb to heat exposure. Now that it’s beginning to heat up, safety is essential for your outdoor workers! Find out how to increase employee awareness, prevent heat illness and take action to keep everyone safe.
When it comes to heat, indoor workers face the same hazards as outdoor workers, often exacerbated by inadequate ventilation and equipment generating heat. Learn how to reduce the risk of heat illness and to implement your own heat illness prevention program.
Did you know that there are more than 164,000 emergency room visits related to ladders each year? Make ladder safety a priority now! Learn the steps to improve your ladder program, help workers select ladders and reduce the risk of injuries.
One of the biggest costs associated with workplace injuries is lost time from work. Create a favorable impact by building a successful Return to Work program. Includes how to assess your current program and tips to help build a more robust RTW plan for your workplace.