A safety committee can be an effective safety program tool; an avenue for energized, successful, mission-driven employee involvement. But where do committee members get the knowledge of hazard control principles and meeting management they need to be truly successful? Committees can undertake many tasks in a safety program, but which jobs should they do, and what should they avoid?|
Members: $110.00 + tax
Nonmembers: $150.00 + tax
Who should attend:
All members of the safety committee in small and medium sized businesses; loss control managers, safety professionals, occupational health nurses, industrial hygienists and others involved in the development, implementation and evaluation of company safety plans.
Continuing Education Units:
- Defining duties and responsibilities
- Purpose of the safety committee
- Getting started
- How to get best results
- How to get people involved
- How to motivate the safety committee
- Benefits of a good safety committee
Earn .65 Continuing Education Units (CEUs).
Length: 3 Hours|
Already offered this term; next scheduled offering to be announced.