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Driver Management Quick Tips: Leading the way to safety - February 11, 2016

While writing a safety program can be a daunting task, getting your employees to care can be an even greater challenge. Simply having policies and procedures, and telling employees to follow them, might not be the best approach.

Effective leadership from the top is the key to motivating employees to care about your organization’s safety goals. Three safety leadership strategies that can help include:

  • Getting employees engaged so they go the extra mile to work safely and support your organization’s safety goals
  • Striking the right balance between safety and business priorities
  • Setting safety expectations and supporting employees so they can meet them

Join us for our 30-minute Driver Management Quick Tips webinar to explore how to implement these safety leadership strategies to help employees care more about safety and safe driving.

Travelers Workforce Advantage: Attracting and hiring - February 11, 2016

Who are you hiring? What are the chances that your next hire will have an accident within the first year of employment?

Travelers research shows that 28% of new hires are injured within the first year of employment. This webinar will focus on best practices that your organization can implement to help you attract and hire safer and qualified candidates, and minimize the chances of them being injured on the job in their first year of employment. Topics include:

  • Describe how job descriptions, Job Safety Analysis (JSA) and safety-based behavioral interviews are important to attracting and hiring safer and qualified candidates.
  • Describe the hiring best practices that can help reduce workplace injuries and potential claim costs.
  • Assess your hiring process to ensure you are following best practices.

Job Safety Analysis (JSA) – Is your organization safe without it? - February 25, 2016

Many organizations have found JSA to be a great way to help make their workplace safer, improve the effectiveness of their on-the-job training, and get employees involved in their safety program. In this webinar, we will discuss how a JSA can be used:

  • During new hire selection, orientation and on-boarding
  • As a training tool for the experienced employee and when introducing new work flows
  • To expand your daily safety management functions, such as safety audits, accident analysis and designing new work cells
  • By supervisors to provide on-going safety coaching and feedback to employees
  • To help match medical restrictions when managing return to work after a work-related injury

Please join us for the first of three webinars on JSAs. During this 30-minute interactive session, we will also show you a sample JSA, discuss how organizations have used them, and the benefits of integrating this important tool into your safety culture. Topics include:

  • Create an understanding of JSA
  • Demonstrate the uses of a JSA
  • Explain the benefits of a JSA to promote employee engagement and help create a positive safety culture

Travelers Workforce Advantage: Onboarding and training - March 10, 2016

Employees have high engagement during the first six months of employment.* Don’t miss out on a great opportunity to orient and train your employees on the safety expectations and culture during this influential time.

During this webinar, we will discuss tools that you can use to help educate your employees during the onboarding process, as well as review how to facilitate orientation and safety training. Topics include:

  • The importance of onboarding and training.
  • The four elements that make up an effective onboarding and training process.
  • Identifying the difference between orientation and training.

*Gallup 2013

Job Safety Analysis (JSA) Part 2: Writing a JSA - March 24, 2016

Have you considered writing JSAs for your company, but were not sure how to begin? Attend our webinar and find out more from our specialists about how to begin writing JSAs in your organization.

A Job Safety Analysis (JSA) can add value to a safety program. A well-written JSA breaks a task into steps, identifies the hazards with each step and helps to define the safe work method. Using JSAs to train and coach employees can help to minimize the risk of injury when performing a work-related task. Topics include:

  • Where to start
  • How to organize and prioritize which JSAs should be written first
  • How to write a JSA
  • Define how JSAs can be used in accident analysis, training and to make safety improvements

Customers can find more Webinar titles when logged into the Risk Control Customer Portal in the Education Center

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