Risk Management Series - Part 2: Self Auditing Your Safety Program
Cost: Free to Members and Self-Insured Clients
In addition to helping to improve compliance with laws and regulations, an effective safety and health program has many benefits including preventing workplace injuries and illnesses, reducing WC costs, and engaging workers which in turn increases employee morale and reduces turnover. However, many programs “sit on a shelf” thus mitigating their effectiveness. Do you review and update your Exposure Control Plan annually? Have you updated your plan and PPE assessments to include COVID-19 exposures? Part 2 of this webinar series taught by Trust staff will review a simple effective way to audit your existing safety program and make revisions and additions to ensure your program is up to date and effective.
- Discover a simple way to audit your safety programs
- Discuss training frequency and recordkeeping
- Discuss which written programs need updating annually
- Review Trust resources for updating your programs
Anyone within your organization responsible for the safety and health of your employees: Human Resources, managers, supervisors, Administrators, Safety Committee members, etc.
Pamela Hunter, MS, CSP, Senior Loss Control Consultant, Workers' Compensation Trust