Safety Plans: Proven Strategies For Writing a Plan That Works- on CDLet’s face it: Writing a comprehensive safety plan for your company that gets results is challenging and time-consuming. On top of that, there is always the lingering concern that the plan will be nothing more than a document that gathers dust on the bookshelf.
But it has been shown time and time again that a well-written safety plan can reduce both costs and injuries. And, since OSHA appears to be moving towards making safety plans mandatory for all employers, now is the time to get yours together.
Join us for a hands-on webinar that will give you a step-by-step process for creating a safety plan that gets results.
- Why using the California Injury and Illness Prevention Plan (IIPP) template is an excellent strategy for your own plan – even if you’re not located in the Golden State
- How to tailor your company’s safety plan to your specific needs and circumstances
- Concrete strategies for getting top management’s buy-in
- How and when to periodically audit your safety plan to make sure it remains up-to-date and legally compliant
- Who should participate in the development of your safety plan
- The likely implications of OSHA’s recent White Paper urging all states to adopt IIPP requirements
- Key elements that all effective safety plans share
- Strategies for getting employee buy-in and participation
- What separates a merely compliant safety plan from a world-class one – and why you should strive for the top level at your organization
Don Dressler of Don Dressler Consulting of Irvine, California has been working with safety recordkeeping for over 15 years as the head of an agricultural trade association's safety and loss control staff and since 2003 as a safety and human resources consultant and attorney.
Dressler focuses on safety, employment and human resources issues, accident investigations, OSHA compliance and workers' compensation. He serves as Risk and Safety Consultant to the California Association of Nurseries and Garden Centers, Group Safety Manager for the 3,500 members of the Attorneys and Accountants Association safety group sponsored by the American Association of Attorney/Certified Public Accountants and also legal advisor to the California Association of Agricultural Labor, an association of California farm labor contractors.
Gil Molina is CEO of the California Association of Agricultural Labor, one of the most active farm labor contractor associations in California. Molina is a former U.S. Department of Labor wage and hour investigator. His has expertise in dealing with compliance issues in agricultural employment matters. He is fluent in Spanish and frequently conducts safety and supervisory training, Cal-OSHA compliance training, and heat illness training for supervisors and employees.