Supervisors and Their Role in OSHA Compliance and Safety

Instructor: Don Dressler
Product ID: 702460
  • Duration: 60 Min

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This webinar will clarify the role of supervisors under OSHA and provide them with tools to be effective in their jobs and promote safety. You will gain practical and valuable knowledge from the presenter’s extensive experience as an attorney focusing on OSHA compliance.

Why Should You Attend:

  • Do supervisors know what to do and say to reduce injuries and promote safety?
  • Do they know how to check for hazards, train employees, and handle work injuries?
  • What is your role during an inspection process?

You cannot obtain safety by rules and discipline. You can achieve safety, fewer injuries, and save on workers’ compensation costs through supervisors who model safe behavior, train and coach employees on safe practices, and provide feedback and recognition to employees.

In this presentation, you will gain practical and valuable knowledge from the presenter’s extensive experience as an attorney focusing on OSHA compliance. This program will help supervisors, who are the front line of management, to be effective in implementing your safety program. It will train supervisors on practical and real time ways to incorporate safety into their daily activities. You will achieve clarity on your role as a supervisor, under OSHA. The presenter will also share tools you can use to be effective in your job and promote safety.

Areas Covered in the Seminar:

  • The role of a supervisor under OSHA.
  • The value $ of safety.
  • The relationship between hazards and injuries.
  • The role of a supervisor and safety.
  • Who is really responsible for safety.
  • Practical ways to train safety.
  • Ways to inspect hazards.
  • OSHA's inspection process and the role of a supervisor.
  • Practical ways to promote safety daily.
  • What to do about “unsafe” behaviors.

Who Will Benefit:

  • Operations Managers
  • Production Managers
  • Human Resources
  • Risk Managers
  • CEO's
  • Insurance Agents and Brokers
  • Loss Control Staff
  • Supervisors
  • Trainers
  • Management Development Staff

Instructor Profile:

Don Dressler, of Don Dressler Consulting, Irvine, CA is a safety and human resources consultant and attorney focusing on OSHA compliance, accident investigation, workers’ compensation, human resources and training. Prior to his consulting practice, Dressler was the CEO of a California and Arizona workers’ compensation insurer. He is the author of California Office Safety and How to Write Your Company’s Safety Plan.

He serves as Risk and Safety Consultant to the California Association of Nurseries and Garden Centers, Group Safety Manager for the 3,500 members of the Attorneys and Accountants Association safety group sponsored by the American Association of Attorney/Certified Public Accountants and also legal advisor to the California Association of Agricultural Labor, an association of California farm labor contractors.

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