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Risks Often Overlooked by the Safety Department
October 15, 2020 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pmFree
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of workplace health and safety. Unfortunately, many employers don’t take actions to protect workers until after an accident or injury occurs. This webinar will highlight the risks often overlooked by employers with respect to worker safety, and what steps can be taken to develop a robust safety program. Attendees will understand the following after the webinar:
- Overlooked Safety Risks, including:
- Supplier Financial Stability
- Employee Turnover
- Lack of Communication
- Lack of Top-to-Bottom Accountability
- Litigation and Missed Business Opportunities
- Steps to Develop a Robust Safety Program, such as:
- Safety Incentives Based on Leading Indicators
- Evaluating Supplier Financial Health
- Investigating Near Misses
- Employee Engagement
Travis Vance, Partner, Fisher Phillips
Travis Vance is a partner in the firm’s Charlotte office. He has tried matters across several industries and various subject matters, including employment litigation, business disputes and matters prosecuted by the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Travis has emerged as a thought leader in the field of workplace safety. His writing and interviews are followed closely by experts in the safety arena and have been featured in premiere publications such as Business Insurance, EHS Today, and the Wall Street Journal.
Brett Armstrong, Global Director of Business Development, Avetta
Brett Armstrong has been involved with contractor prequalification and management for more than a decade. During which, he assisted the world’s leading organizations in successfully implementing and managing their supply chain qualification programs. That experience has provided him with the foundation and understanding necessary to support the communications needs of companies in a variety of industries and the suppliers they work with.