Profitability Through Effective Safety Programs
March 23, 2011
Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta Airport North
East Point, Ga.
NRCA University receives funding from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to create and administer roofing safety programs. In this newly developed, day-long program, NRCA University instructors focus on the critical elements of a safety program that can reduce injuries, sustain a productive workforce and increase profitability. Topics to be discussed include:
To assist your company in developing a cohesive, written safety program, each participant will receive classroom materials and a resource guide in an electronic format developed specifically for this class. These resources will assist your company in creating a company or job-specific safety program suitable for safety and health compliance and for use in client proposals and submittals.
- Risk management approach to safety
- Identification of risks
- Job hazard analyses
- Risk transfer techniques and strategies
- Importance of your Experience Modification Rate (EMR)
- Essential role of training
- Effective safety training programs
- Incorporating bonuses and incentives to manage employee compliance
- Discipline policies that change behavior
- Job-specific safety programs
- Safety committee structure and purpose
- Management's role in a safety culture
This class was developed under OSHA Susan Harwood Grant No. SH-18796-09-60-F-17.
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
0.8 IACET CEU
8 hours of Florida CILB credit (including WPS)
Provider No.: 0000936
Course No.: 0608236
Note: Space is limited. Also, a $150 deposit is required for registration and only will be charged in case of a no-show or late cancellation.
"Lots of great information and training tips. Perfect for safety directors, superintendents and owners."
—Alex Hernandez, Clark Roofing Co., Broadview, Ill.
"I learned how to start a safety program and implement it. I will continue to attend your education programs because of the valuable information that is shared."
—Juan Sanchez, Roofing Source, Chicago
"The seminar addressed many specific safety areas—it was all encompassing. The main thing I received was the job specific safety plan that should be implemented for each project."
—Kevin Halm, Northcross Roofing, Broadview, Ill.
"This class was informative and eye-opening."
—Michael Campbell, Saratoga Roofing, Denver
"Very informative. I saw a new perspective about safety and its benefits."
—John Weber, D&D Roofing Inc., Commerce City, Colo.
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