Upcoming Webinars October
Upcoming Webinars September
Temporary Workers: Health and Safety Issues for Staffing Companies
Instructor: Tom Bloom
This webinar will focus on best practices for staffing companies as part of their joint responsibility
with the host employer for providing a safe and healthful workplace for temporary workers. A brief
discussion of host employer responsibilities will be included. Specific topics will include staffing
agency and host employer safety responsibilities, staffing agency assessment of host employer safety
risks, claims management and claims prevention tactics, staffing agency safety program content, and
use of staffing agency workers compensation data to identify safety program enhancements.
[Replay] Safely Manage Contractors in YOUR Facility
Instructor: Mary Beth Holley
Do you bring in plumbers, electricians or any contract trades to your company?
Because contractors often perform higher-risk jobs, the host employer needs to
understand the contractor safety performance, regulatory obligations, and safety
risks associated with the job before work commences. This webinar covers the
areas for consideration during the various phases of the contractor selection,
management, and evaluation process to aid in safety risk reduction.
Avoiding Hazard Communication Program Mistakes
Instructor: Sarah Ghezzi
Regardless of size, employers are required to follow the OSHA Hazard Communication
Standard 1910.1200, if their employees work with hazardous chemicals. This webinar will
cover the required components of a hazard communication program. If you are new to
hazard communication, this presentation will help you develop your program. If you have
an existing hazard communication program, this presentation will help you to audit it for
What’s Wrong with that? A look at Real Fire Hazards!
Instructor: Steve Waltman
This webinar is instructed by the Ohio Division of State Fire Marshal. It will give the
audience the chance to recognize fire hazards within their facilities. Topics will include
visuals of many examples of fire code violations that have been recognized during recent
inspections of properties by the Ohio Fire Marshall’s office. Areas of concern will focus on
kitchens, exit ways, common areas, facility maintenance areas, and system control areas.
Heat stress?? Cold Stress?? You’ve got to love Ohio, right?
Instructor: Rick Maj
Workers in Ohio face a variety of temperatures throughout the year. They
can range from extremely frigid to sweltering heat. As the seasons change,
employers need a plan to deal with this range of temperatures and the hazards
they pose. This webinar reviews the types, signs and symptoms, and prevention of
temperature-related illnesses. We review both heat and cold stress.