Safety Management Basics
Less-experienced employees as well as those who may have become complacent over the years about following safety procedures are at risk of injury and work related illness. Safety Management Day-by-Day is a great 4-hour course which helps to build a solid foundation for your company’s health and safety program. This course addresses the reasons why employees are injured. It focuses on possible hazards caused by the introduction of new equipment, procedures, other workers, and the work environment. Workers will benefit by understanding their own abilities and limitations and the theory of cause and effect related to poor and unsafe work practices. Through lecture, class exercises, and open discussion, students will help improve your company’s overall safety performance.
- Addressing the needs of the new or transferred employee
- Work hazard assessment and the importance of understanding safety procedures
- How to benefit from “Tool Box” safety talks
- An Introduction to OSHA
- The proper use of PPE (hands, head, eyes, feet, and hearing protection)
- Using Safety Incentive programs
Who Should Attend:
All field and office personnel, supervisors, and managers who are exposed to the everyday hazards present in the workplace should attend this course. This class is a must for business owners and managers who wish to improve their company’s safety record.
Various OSHA regulations
Massachusetts, Rhode Island