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Writing your Company's Safety Plan: I2P2 (Illness and Injury Prevention Plans) - What you Need to Know and Do
This webinar will be a basic, nuts and bolts program leading participants through the process of creating a written safety plan for evacuation, fire, hazard communication and Others, that complies with OSHA requirements.
Why Should You Attend:
The current Federal OSHA administration is taking steps to require employers to create and enforce Injury and Illness Prevention Programs, what they refer to as I2P2.
Safety plans can be written easily for your company to follow, engage your employees and demonstrate management support. Such plans reduce accidents and injuries, lower workers’ compensation costs, not to mention comply with various state and now pending Federal safety laws. In California, failure to have written plans, (required for 20 years) are the leading basis for Cal/OSHA citations.
This session will be a basic, nuts and bolts program leading participants through the process of creating a written safety plan - evacuation plans (Emergency Action Plans), fire plans, hazardous communication plans (to deal with hazardous materials and material data safety sheets), and many employers also require lock out-tag out plans, fall protection plans, confined space plans and others.
Areas Covered in the Seminar:
- Who is responsible for safety?
- How to communicate safety?
- Hazard identification and inspections.
- Records that should document a safety plan.
- How to evaluate your written safety plan.
- Sources of sample plans.
Who Will Benefit:
- Operations Managers
- Production Managers
- Human Resources
- Risk Managers
- Insurance Agents and Brokers
- Loss Control Staff
- Management Development Staff
Don Dressler, has 40 years’ experience in safety, workers' compensation and human resources. He is a Consultant on insurance and risk management issues on workers compensation insurance and safety. Mr. Dressler is also an Attorney focusing on employment and human resources issues, accident investigations and OSHA compliance and workers' compensation defense. A former CEO of a workers' compensation insurer, he is admitted to the California Bar and the Federal Courts. A graduate of Stanford Law School has an MBA from Pepperdine University and a BA from Kansas State University. He is author of California Office Safety and How to Write Your Company's Safety Plan. He is Safety Group Manager for 3,500 legal and financial firms in California and also advises individual clients.
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