Providing Employee Safety
The impact of accidents, even non-injury accidents, on the county organization is always costly in both tangible and intangible ways and may include: high employee stress, medical bills, damage to equipment and vehicles, productivity declines and service delays, increases in insurance premiums, and a decline in public confidence. The impact on an injured employee and his or her family may likely be even more costly. For these reasons, no responsibility of a supervisor is more important than protecting the health and safety of employees. This workshop focuses on affirmative measures that can be implemented by a supervisor to prevent and if necessary, respond to workplace accidents and injury.
A required Roads Scholar Level II course.
Instructor: Brandon MannSchedule an on-demand class by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
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