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Safety Committees - How they Help with OSHA Compliance and Improve Safety
This webinar will guide you in setting up a safety committee, defining its role, setting goals and evaluating them to measure its success.
Why Should You Attend:
Safety committees are a requirement of a number of state safety laws and Federal OSHA is moving forward on a proposed regulation requiring them as part of every employer's written safety plan. Some states provide discounts on workers' compensation insurance premiums for companies with safety committees. Used effectively, they can help engage employees in safety and reduce accidents.
This webinar will guide you in setting up a safety committee, defining its role, setting goals and evaluating them to measure its success. The presenter will address practical issues in running a safety committee, the Do's and Dont's and examples of committee activities. You will learn how to make this committee a visible and approachable body for safety or health complaints and suggestions, and help divert OSHA complaints.
Areas Covered in the Seminar:
- OSHA and Safety Committees.
- Why have a safety committee.
- Myths about Safety Committees.
- $ Value of Safety.
- Defining the role of your Safety Committee?
- Setting Goals for the Safety Committee.
- Practical issues in running a Safety Committee.
- Safety Culture and the Safety Committee.
- Benefits to members for serving on a Safety Committee.
- Training the Safety Committee.
- Committee Do's and Don'ts.
- How a Safety Committee can gain credibility.
- Examples of Committee Activities.
- How to measure success.
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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