Statistics prove that companies that shift from a conditions-based safety culture to a behavior-based safety culture have lower accident rates, improved morale, and improved profitability. Bronwyn and Ami will explore the four keys to shifting culture developed based on their expertise from working with numerous heavy industry leaders. You will learn how to effectively reach workers from all generations to promote commitment, engagement, and safety leadership.
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Join the Stark County, Summit County, Medina County and CAK Safety Councils for a breakfast seminar about OSHA recordkeeping. With the current online reporting requirement, it is more important than ever to have your OSHA 300 log accurate. Those responsible for creating, updating and signing the OSHA Recordkeeping documents should join us. Public employers who fall under PERRP requirements will obtain valuable knowledge about logs and submission as well.
- Overview of OSHA recordkeeping requirements for workplace injuries and illnesses
- The correct use of the OSHA recordkeeping forms
- Review of how to complete the OSHA 300 Log
- OSHA online reporting rule and how to comply