SOLD OUT - Tulsa, OK - June 29th, 2011 - Safety and the Supervisor $249
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SOLD OUT - Tulsa, OK - June 30th, 2011 - Hazard Recognition and Control Workshop $249
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SOLD OUT - Tulsa, OK - June 29th and 30th, 2011 - Hazard Recognition and Control Workshop and Safety and the Supervisor Seminar $398
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About the Workshop from presenter, Carl Potter CSP
I’ve found that in all industries where people and equipment are involved, the workplaces become dangerous primarily when employees do not recognize the hazards. And, I’ve also found that employees are trained to control hazards, yet aren’t trained to recognize them. In an attempt to help you avoid all injuries and damage to vehicles, equipment and property, I have designed a solution: Hazard Recognition and Controls Workshop.
There is a reason that OSHA's General Duty Clause states that employers will provide a workplace free of known hazards. Hazards cause injury and damage to equipment and property. Injuries and damage cost organizations thousands of dollars every year – even the lowest estimates for direct costs associate with a single injury or damage incident is $3000.
Imagine an organization spends the money to improve employees’ ability to recognize hazards and understand that they have the ability to control the hazard. If the company of 1,500 trains only 600 employees at a cost of $249.00 each and each employee averages recognizing one hazard in 12 months, the savings would be considerable. When would you like to start saving this kind of money?
This workshop is designed to help all employees to see hazards. I use my decades of experience and education to train employees at all levels how to recognize the hazards in their worksites. This is one of the best ways I know to guard against and overcome complacency. This workshop is six hours and includes time for lunch. The pay-off for this new workshop is immediate for most organizations.
Participants will learn:
- Why people get hurt and damages occur
- Where hazards originate
- How to recognize hazards
- What to do to control a hazard
- When to practice hazard recognition and control
This workshop is not about rules and regulations but it can help you comply with the "General Duty Clause" that OSHA is so fond of citing. In my research, I have found that most people will control a hazard if they recognize it. Across the country, I investigated incidents and interviewed countless workers and one thing is clear: those injured or involved in incidents where damage to equipment and property were involved were unable to recognize the contributing hazard. In this workshop, participants will learn how to classify hazards in four categories to help workers recognize them. They will learn a simple way to analyze the hazard for risk and consequences while deciding what controls will work to prevent injury to themselves, co-workers and the public as well as damage to equipment and property.
I hope you will consider this workshop for your employees because they will be safer at work, home, and play. Once they are able to recognize and control hazards, the likelihood is greater that they will begin to take personal responsibility for safety so that everyone can go home every day without injury.
What do participants say about the workshop?
“Good positive classes, down to earth speaker, very personal, not like the norm”
“Best safety workshop I have ever attended”
“This is a very good workshop that can be used immediately”
“Excellent and informative”
“Very relevant and straight forward to help change habits / culture”
“This Workshop really made me think about looking for hazards and not disregard them.”
“Very beneficial, an attitude adjuster”
“The HRC workshop has reinforced the importance of my actions and their impact on the behavior of others.”
“Good class, time well spent”