Risk Management Center Overview
Jun
7
1:00 pm13:00

Risk Management Center Overview

Learn more about the Risk Management Center, a unique web-based software suite of safety and risk management tools designed to empower your organization's risk prevention efforts.

Risk Management Center User Council
Jun
20
11:00 am11:00

Risk Management Center User Council

This informative and engaging 45-minute webinar is intended exclusively for users of the Risk Management Center. The session will include all the latest news about improvements to your risk management platform, including both product features and resource material updates and additions. Plus, we'll share insights to help you build a simple, effective Safety Program using the resources available within their risk management platform.

Embracing Age in your Safety Culture - From Baby Boomers to Millennials
Jun
22
11:00 am11:00

Embracing Age in your Safety Culture - From Baby Boomers to Millennials

Today's workforce is undergoing a major change. Baby boomers are beginning to retire, meaning that Generation X and Millennials will make up most the workforce. The young adults entering the workforce today come in with a different set of skills, culture, and attitude. These generations will ultimately be responsible for production in this world, so how can we get them to buy into safety? Job safety can also be a big factor for young adults who are looking at job positions. They are prepared to challenge and introduce new ideas. 


Summer Internship Programs That Work
May
24
9:00 am09:00

Summer Internship Programs That Work

Should you pay interns? What can workers under the age of 16, 18 or 21 legally do? Is it even worth the effort to have a summer internship program? Join this webinar to learn how to manage summer interns for optimal productivity in your organization, while providing a worthwhile work experience for the interns. You will learn when it is appropriate and required to pay interns, how to effectively structure an internship program, how to best manage Generation X, Millennials, and Generation Z interns, and how to handle the special challenges of supervising short-term workers. 

Understanding the "E" in "EHS"
May
11
9:00 am09:00

Understanding the "E" in "EHS"

Within many organizations, environmental compliance often becomes the responsibility of the safety manager, who may or may not know the regulations. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is the federal agency that regulates environmental compliance across the country, and many states have adopted state agency plans as well. 

HR and Safety Responsibilities: Summertime in the Workplace
May
10
9:00 am09:00

HR and Safety Responsibilities: Summertime in the Workplace

Managing schedules for summer vacations, paying seasonal workers, implementing dress codes for hot weather, preventing heat illness for outdoor workers, and organizing the company picnic are some of the tasks that make summer the busiest time of the year for HR and Safety Managers. Are you ready? Get a jump on your summertime HR and Safety responsibilities before Memorial Day by attending the Summertime in the Workplace webinar. We will provide practical guidance and effective tools so that summertime is safe and productive at your workplace and for your workforce. 

General Industry Training Requirements - What You Need to Know!
Apr
26
11:00 am11:00

General Industry Training Requirements - What You Need to Know!

This webinar presentation will go over the 29 CFR 1910 OSHA General Industry training requirements as well as some DOT and EPA requirements. Learn why training is necessary, what training should be done, who requires training, and how to deliver training effectively to your organization. We will also talk about the Risk Management Center and how to comply with these training requirements, and how to automate your training processes. 

Workers' Compensation, ADA, and FMLA - When Leaves Collide!
Apr
19
9:00 am09:00

Workers' Compensation, ADA, and FMLA - When Leaves Collide!

The Federal Family Leave Act (FMLA), Workers Compensation, and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) all provide leave for employees, depending on whether that employee has a serious health issue, was injured on the job, is disabled, or any other number of afflictions. Sometimes these leaves run concurrently, sometimes they don't, and sometimes one leave type will then require a second type be offered. 

Risk Management Center Overview
Apr
5
1:00 pm13:00

Risk Management Center Overview

Learn more about the Risk Management Center, a unique web-based software suite of safety and risk management tools designed to empower your organization's risk prevention efforts. 

Drug Free Workplace Programs, Maximizing ROI
Mar
30
9:00 am09:00

Drug Free Workplace Programs, Maximizing ROI

Kathryn Carlson, VP of Human Resource Management Products, will discuss the key elements of workplace drug testing programs including the importance of training for managers and employees. She will provide practical advice based on her experience managing workplace programs as an HR Director and as the Product Manager for a leading third party administrator of drug testing services. 

Risk Management Center Overview
Mar
15
9:00 am09:00

Risk Management Center Overview

Learn more about the Risk Management Center, a unique web-based software suite of safety and risk management tools designed to empower your organization's risk prevention efforts. 

Rising Acuity in Assisted Living
Mar
14
12:00 pm12:00

Rising Acuity in Assisted Living

Assisted living providers are realizing both the benefits and challenges of meeting the rising acuity needs of their residents. Advancing age and chronic diseases are challenging providers to consider how to best meet those needs. A chronic disease management framework offers opportunities to expand clinical capabilities and integrate with existing service models. Trends in programs, clinical capabilities and services as well as resources and tools will be explored.

Aging Services Facilities & Fire Safety Programs
Jan
1
2:00 pm14:00

Aging Services Facilities & Fire Safety Programs

Fire safety is a key component of safety programs within long-term care facilities. It is important for your organization to be compliant with fire drills, documentation, and testing & inspection of equipment. Employees should be trained to help foster a safety culture in their organization. This webinar features Stan Szpytek, “Stan the Fire Man”, who will help attendees understand where to start and what to consider in developing a Fire Safety Program.

"Can You Hear Me Now?" Noise and Hearing Protection for Employees
Jan
1
9:00 am09:00

"Can You Hear Me Now?" Noise and Hearing Protection for Employees

Elevated noise levels can be harmful for employees and result in lack of focus, hearing impairment, and even hearing loss. Excessive noise levels without appropriate employee personal protective equipment can also result in OSHA citations and fines. Addressing elevated noise levels can help organizations save money in workers' compensation costs, as well as encourage a safety culture in their workplace. 

OSHA's New Reporting Requirements, Increased Fines, and Employee Protections
Jan
1
9:00 am09:00

OSHA's New Reporting Requirements, Increased Fines, and Employee Protections

Be prepared for the new electronic reporting requirements, effective January 2017, with initial electronic submissions due by July 1, 2017. This webinar will discuss all of the new OSHA recordkeeping and reporting requirements, anti-retaliatory protections, and the new OSHA fines structure. Incident Track® can be your easy and seamless solution to achieve reporting compliance and ensure proactive incident monitoring and analysis to help you create a strong safety culture and realize significant cost savings for your organization.

Beat the Heat! Prevent Heat Stress
Jan
1
9:00 am09:00

Beat the Heat! Prevent Heat Stress

 

Heat stress is a condition that affects employees year-round. It can result from elevated outdoor temperatures as well as in high-temperature indoor environments. As we enter the summer months, it is important to review and update heat stress prevention procedures.