OSHA Offers Free Safety And Health Education For Businesses
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is offering a webinar as part of a new effort – the “Safe + Sound Campaign: Spring Into Action with a Safety and Health Program.” The training will provide the resources companies need to make a clean sweep of hazards that can cause injuries and illnesses to workers and building occupants.
The free course, “Three Core Elements of Effective Safety and Health Programs,” is scheduled for April 25 and includes ideas about showing management leadership, encouraging worker participation and finding and fixing hazards in the workplace.
This 90-minute webinar will begin at 2 p.m. Eastern time and will focus on the three core elements of effective safety and health programs (management leadership, worker participation, and a systematic approach to find and fix hazards), why they are important, and how employers can take a step in the right direction to improve safety in the workplace.
• Andrew Levinson, Deputy Director, OSHA’s Directorate of Standards and Guidance
• Michael Belcher, CSP, Vice President, Safety and Risk for DS Waters
• Mike Wright, Director of Health, Safety and Environment, United Steelworkers
• Samuel J. Gualardo, MA, CSP, Director, Pennsylvania OSHA Consultation Program
Space is limited for the event, but those unable to are invited to Check the OSHA website for a full recording following the webinar. Click here for information on registration.
There’s also a new fact sheet, “Walk-Arounds for Safety Officers” to guide efforts to find and fix hazards.
Visit the OSHA website for more information on safety and health programs.
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