How to address this virus in the workplace and what to look for as red flags that may result in reportable claim activity. such as violence, stress, absenteeism, filing false claims to name a few. What to do as a manager, supervisor, lead person or HR, taking preventative steps including documentation for your files. Enforcement will also be covered.
Why should you attend?
OSHA requires in its regulations that supervisors and leads etc.. must receive documented trained on how to address fear, doubt about their job, stress, over-the-top emotions, financial worries brought on by the virus and how supervisor/upper management can recognize and respond properly. Most supervisors don’t understand what their responsibilities are.
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Physical CD-DVD of recorded session will be despatched after 72 hrs on completion of payment
Recorded video session
Independent Insurance broker in California for 25 years, writing a large book of worker's compensation. Gaining knowledge in proving assistance in bringing open injury claims to closure. Became an OSHA adviser for the next 22 years, by conducting “Mock OSHA “Audits of current safety programs, and assisting in bringing them into compliance with OSHA regulations. I provide on-site supervisor training, who usually lack training given their responsibility for most of the safety program.
I speak online nationwide twice a month of OSHA compliance and have been doing so, for over 3.5 years.