Safety and the Supervisor Newsletter
Educate and train your supervisors with the information they need to create a safe work environment for all employees. If an OSHA inspector showed up at your workplace today, would you be ready? Make sure you are by educating your supervisors to be effective safety leaders with Safety and the Supervisor monthly (12 annual issues) newsletters. Each eight-page, monthly issue analyzes common safety related problems and offers solutions and step-by-step guidelines. Every issue contains important articles like these:
- Training procedures to prevent back injuries
- Case history: How one company prevents slips, trips, falls and lifting injuries
- Preparing for an OSHA audit
- An overlooked safety hazard: electrical cords
- Four ways to effectively sell your safety budget to top management
With every issue, you'll get up-to-the-minute innovations and ideas about: Fire protection Machine safety Ladder safety New employee training Accident analysis and control And much more
Reasons to subscribe Businesses spend $170 billion a year on costs associated with occupational injuries and illnesses—expenditures that come straight out of company profits. But workplaces that establish safety and health management systems and educate their employees can reduce their injury and illness costs by 20 to 40 percent.
By spending 20 minutes every month, your supervisors can learn up-to-date OSHA news, Workers' Compensation reduction tips, and safety guidelines that will help them keep their employees safe and keep you out of court. Last year, Fed-OSHA and authorized State OSHA Plans fined American employers over $100 million for violations of safety regulations. It is the role of the supervisor to ensure their employees are in compliance. Give them the tools they need to make your workplace safe and avoid violations.
Free Safety Meeting Presentations: You will also receive with your newsletter access to an online library of back issues, powerpoint presentations, meeting guides, and other tools to help make regular safety training meetings easy and organized.