This OSHA compliance webinar will explain how to compute safety performance measures for your own company or your existing and potential contractors. Attendees will learn best practices to avoid OSHA fines and penalties.
Why Should You Attend:
Accidents involving your own employees can result in higher-than-industry-average Workers' Compensation insurance costs and make it difficult for your company to offer competitive pricing. Accidents involving contractor employees injured on your site involve large potential losses in addition to the legal expenses of just defending your company. The first step in any improvement plan is to benchmark the safety of your company or your contractors against the appropriate safety performance measures.
This webinar will teach attendees how to compute those measures for your own company or your existing and potential contractors and compare them against the appropriate industry performance measures. Participants will also learn how to request records of a contractor and use those records to evaluate the prospective contractors' safety performance as part of the bidding process.
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Who Will Benefit:
Dr. J.P. Purswell, has taught Safety Engineering in the only ABET-accredited Industrial Engineering program in Colorado for the past 15 years. He has also consulted with businesses in construction, manufacturing, warehousing, power generation, and oil drilling regarding safe work practices and injury reduction and injury mitigation techniques.