Virtual Master Classes

  • 2021 Safety Culture Virtual Master Class: Using Safety Culture and Leadership Behavior Assessments to Guide L&D

    December 14, 2021 | Virtual

    Achieving an ideal safety culture must actively involve all employees, and leaders play a particularly important role in influencing an organization’s safety culture, including the development of shared ownership for safety. Further, you can’t manage what you can’t measure. Reaching a world-class safety culture requires reliable tools to gauge your current strengths and weaknesses, direct your improvement efforts, and assess results. And while most employees feel leaders truly care about safety, to show real support for safety, what leaders say about safety is not enough; what we do is most important. But what behaviors best demonstrate actively caring for safety? This presentation will focus on the importance of building an ideal safety culture, with a focus on leadership behaviors that improve the safety culture and demonstrate safety as a value, as well as behavior and cultural assessments that can help guide leadership and organizational training and development.

  • 2021 OSHA Compliance & Recordkeeping Virtual Master Class

    December 15-16, 2021 | Virtual

    President Biden’s announcement of a new action plan aimed at curbing the COVID-19 pandemic will create new requirements for certain employers, and the rules have safety and HR professionals asking what they need to do, when they need to comply, and the consequences for noncompliance. Biden’s plan is a six-pronged approach that includes an emergency temporary standard (ETS) to be developed by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) instructing employers with at least 100 workers to require them to be vaccinated or submit to weekly testing. While we’re still currently waiting for OSHA to release its ETS, employers must prepare in advance—while also keeping the other facets of OSHA recordkeeping and compliance top of mind. Get proactively prepared to understand safety recordkeeping essentials that can be applied to any injury or illness and apply the new standard as soon as it's announced by attending this virtual workshop.

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  • 2022 OSHA Compliance and Recordkeeping Virtual Master Class: Complying with the Latest Regulations to Avoid Costly Citations

    February, April, August & November 2022 (Dates TBA) | Virtual 2-Day Events

    Injury and illness recordkeeping is a perennial pain point for employers, and the past several years have seen numerous changes to an already confusing regulation. Under the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) injury and illness recordkeeping rule at 29 CFR Part 1904, most employers are required to maintain records of work-related injuries and illnesses their employees incur. These requirements are not new by any means, but many organizations still struggle to understand and apply all the nuances of the various standards. And with recent changes due to COVID-19, mistakes can be more costly than ever before. By the end of this virtual training, you’ll understand safety recordkeeping essentials that can be applied to any injury or illness—and any situation.

  • 2022 Safety Culture Virtual Master Class: Preparing and Preventing Workplace Violence

    January 2022 (Date TBA) | Virtual 1-Day Event

    Workplace violence can take on many forms, from bullying and harassment to domestic violence and active shooters, but one thing is certain: Planning and prevention can help curb workplace violence, on top of saving your company thousands of dollars and countless lives. This intensive 1-day event will teach you the ins and outs of preparing to prevent violent incidents from occurring at your workplace. Don't miss out on the follow-up event, 2022 Safety Culture Virtual Master Class: Addressing Workplace Violence and Handling the Aftermath in September.

  • 2022 Safety Culture Virtual Master Class: Addressing Workplace Violence and Handling the Aftermath

    September 2022 (Date TBA) | Virtual 1-Day Event

    Think a violent incident won't occur at your workplace? Think again! Violence has become all too prevalent in today's workplaces, and no industry is spared. Preparing to prevent workplace violence will only get you so far; you must also be equipped with strategies for handling the aftermath of a violent incident. If handled incorrectly, it will have a negative impact on your company's bottom line. This follow-up program from February's 2022 Safety Culture Virtual Master Class: Preparing and Preventing Workplace Violence will cover how to address workplace violence and handle the aftermath should a violent incident occur.