Safety in the Workplace Series

 

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Workplace safety is important. Implementing an effective safety program for your workplace is one of the best decisions a company can make — both for its workers and for its bottom line. NAPA's new Safety in the Workplace webinar series helps you and your employees with innovations, practices, and procedures to ensure a safe workplace.   

WEBINARS

Safety in the Workplace Series: Motivating Safe Employee Behavior — Thursday, February 9

Safety in the Workplace Series: Motivating Safe Employee Behavior
Date: Thursday, February 9, 2:00–3:00 p.m. EST
Speaker: Tom Krause, Partner, Krause Bell Group

Creating and sustaining a successful corporate safety culture requires buy-in and commitment from all levels of an organization. It is rooted in personal accountability, shared beliefs, and consistent attitudes that shape behavior among all employees. Learn from an expert about how to develop safety leadership that influences and inspires a culture of excellence with a focus on safe behaviors that lead to increased productivity and profitability.

Registration:
Members, DOTS, City/County and Public Works Agencies, SAPAs — FREE (Use Code: Behavior) 
Non-Members — $129


Professional Development Hours (PDHs):
Attendees will receive 1.5 hours of professional development for participating in this webinar.

Safety in the Workplace Series: Strategies for Safer Asphalt Plants — Thursday, March 23

Safety in the Workplace Series: Strategies for Safer Asphalt Plants
Date: Thursday, March 23, 2:00–3:30 p.m. EDT
Speaker: Dan Bauman and Matthew Mileski, Safety Coordinator, HRI, Inc.

Asphalt production facilities are busy places with many potential hazards.  Although OSHA and state safety agencies regulate many activities at asphalt plants, those regulatory responsibilities are not the only safety concerns that companies should address.  Hear about innovations, practices, and procedures asphalt producers are implementing today to protect their employees and ensure safe operations.

Registration:
Members, DOTS, City/County and Public Works Agencies, SAPAs — FREE (Use Code: Plants) 
Non-Members — $129
Register Here

Professional Development Hours (PDHs):
Attendees will receive 1.5 hours of professional development for participating in this webinar.

Safety in the Workplace Series: Strategies for Safer Work Zones — Tuesday, April 25

Safety in the Workplace Series: Strategies for Safer Work Zones
Date: Tuesday, April 25, 2:00–3:30 p.m. EDT
Speaker: Bruce Drewes, 3T Group and Greg Stefan, Arch Insurance Group

Road construction work zones are inherently dangerous places. Occupational injuries and fatalities within a work zone often occur from two causes: internal construction vehicle traffic or external third-party vehicular intrusions. Hear from industry experts about ways to effectively train construction crews to recognize and minimize these hazards, the importance of implementing and documenting traffic control plans, and how to minimize potential liability associated with work zone intrusions.  Key Takeaways:
• Understand the differences between external and internal traffic control plans and how to implement both
• Recognize the importance of inspecting and documenting work zone conditions
• Identifying some best practices for enhancing work zone safety

Registration:
Members, DOTS, City/County and Public Works Agencies, SAPAs — FREE (Use Code: Zones) 
Non-Members — $129
Register Here

Professional Development Hours (PDHs):
Professional Development Hours (PDHs): Attendees will receive 1.5 hours of professional development for participating in this webinar.