Establishing Safety Culture Excellence
Workers' Compensation Trust, 47 Barnes Industrial Road South, Wallingford, CT 06492 (203) 678-0123
Program: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Optional Peer Networking Lunch: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Cost: Free to Members
Self-Insured Clients $100 per person
Safety and health considerations need to permeate all levels of an organization’s culture from the top down, influencing decisions, planning, activities and behaviors. Current research on employee safety indicates that a robust safety culture is critical to an organization’s success in keeping employees safe, reducing injuries and incidents and helping to reduce workers’ compensation costs. This newly updated class will review key elements necessary to build or enhance your organization’s Safety Culture. OSHA will share ideas from Safe & Sound week which helps organizations with implementing a safety culture in the organization. In addition Trust members will share with the attendees how they have implemented a safety culture in their organization and the direct impact it has had on reducing/preventing injuries in their workforce. There will be an optional lunch at the conclusion of the session to provide an opportunity to Network with your Peers and the Presenters.
The session will conclude with an opportunity to network with your Peers and the Presenters over lunch.
- Understand what components OSHA feels are most important to a Safety Culture – integrating Safe & Sound Week into your organization
- Understand how an integrated safety culture can reduce injuries and incidents
- Learn how to create or recharge the safety culture at your organization
- Learn how other organizations have implemented a sustained safety culture
Administrators, CEO’s, COOs, CFOs, Senior Management and HR Managers.
Paul Mangiafico, CHST, OHST, Compliance Assistance Specialist, United States Department of Labor OSHA
Leona May, OHST, Compliance Assistance Specialist, United States Department of Labor OSHA
Joseph Milke, Vice President Finance and Administration, Klingberg Family Centers, Inc.
Daniel Kraus, Owner, DanielCare Caring Choice, LLC
Carol Bohnet, President & CEO, Allied Community Services
Janice Chamberlain, Director of Human Resources, Horizons, Inc./Horizons Programs, Inc.
Carol Fronczek, ARM, Vice President, Loss Control Services, Workers' Compensation Trust
Pamela Hunter, MS, CSP, Senior Loss Control Consultant, Workers' Compensation Trust
2.75 CEUs from LeadingAge CT