Good Housekeeping Practices Lead to Reduced Injuries
Cost: Free to Members and Self-Insured Clients
An effective housekeeping program can be the basis to reduce and/or prevent workers’ compensation injuries and incidents and possibly OSHA citations. What is needed to help ensure your housekeeping controls will be effective? This FREE webinar will assist your organization with recognizing both the need for and the development of a program. This program will provide information and review checklists to assist in the development of a program.
- Review employer and employee responsibilities for maintaining a good housekeeping program
- Identify the importance of good housekeeping
- Review components to a housekeeping program
All members and all levels; employees, supervisory and management staff
Sandy Adams-Brophy, RN, RS, Senior Loss Control Consultant, Workers' Compensation Trust