Workplace Safety Webinar Series
Wednesday, April 13, 2022 – 11 AM to Noon
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This event is for business owners, presidents, safety, HR and plant management, construction superintendents and project managers
Wednesday, April 13, 2022
11:00 AM Presentation
11: 45 AM Q &A
12:00 PM Available for follow-up calls
ABOUT THIS WEBINAR
Many companies perform periodic workplace/worksite inspections or audits. But what happens afterwards? Is the inspection reviewed? Are the hazards corrected? Don’t make the mistake of thinking that the inspection itself is all that matters.
You performed the workplace inspection to learn as much as possible about the safety concerns and hazards in the workplace. The next step is using that information so you can make recommendations to improve workplace safety. For example, inspections can serve as a leading indicator to reduce injuries and illnesses.
Having a plan ensures that the work put into conducting the audit will see results. Companies can then set expectations and hold everyone accountable.
Collecting the data, reviewing the data and developing an action plan are often where the inspection process goes south as companies do not have a process in place to utilize the inspections for positive/proactive change. The process ensures the hazards are placed as a priority and corrected.
in this Webinar we will share:
- The importance of workplace/worksite inspections or audits.
- How to establish a plan for conducting inspections.
- How to create a process to review, prioritize and assign hazards to be corrected.
- The value of reviewing and utilizing the data to identify gaps and trends.
- How to develop an action plan to communicate results set goals and hold everyone accountable
Melissa Olheiser is the Business Development Lead for OECS’s regional offices and is responsible for providing safety services to clients throughout North Dakota and Minnesota. Prior to joining OECS, she served as Safety Director in the transportation industry and consulted for both general industry and construction clients. She has over 10 years of experience in the safety field and has a Health & Safety Management Certificate from the University of Alabama.
Tim Peterson, CHST, is a 25+ year veteran of OECS. Tim has performed thousands of employee trainings and audits across general industry and construction. As Vice President of Operations/Sales and a member of the the OECS leadership team, he manages field operations throughout the Midwest, helping clients manage their regulatory issues with his extensive experience.
Presented by OECS
OSHA Environmental Compliance Systems (OECS) is the Midwest’s leading consulting firm. For almost 30 years, OECS has provided the highest-quality workplace safety consulting services to small and mid-sized manufacturing and construction firms. We implement a proven process with clients that helps them obtain their safety goals year in and year out.