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Six Elements to a Positive Safety Culture Webinar

 
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Date/Time
Date(s) - November 1st, 2022
10:30 am - 12:00 pm


  Complimentary Webinar – Register via Zoom   Register  

 

 

Join MRC and East Coast Risk Management for a complimentary webinar on Six Elements to a Positive Safety Culture.

This webinar will focus on six critical action items that must be accomplished to having a positive safety culture.  Although the terms safety and safe are not absolutes, a positive safety culture begins with good design.  This design starts with top management support.  It has the driving force behind any good safety culture.  What follows top management support are the action items that must be accomplished to reduce risk factors in the workplace.

Good judgement and personal responsibility are key actions that are needed for keeping the workplace safe.

Webinar Highlights

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  • What is Risk Management and what is a Safety Culture?
  • Why do we care?
  • Six action items needed for a Positive Safety Culture

Develop a deeper understanding of the requirements that need to be met in order to meet NIST and DFARS reporting requirements.

Who Should Attend

If you are in the workplace, then this is important to know.  Good judgement and personal responsibility are
key actions that are needed for keeping the workplace safe.

Questions? Contact Nicole Pierce at (484) 655-4873 or nicole.pierce@mrcpa.org.

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Presented by | East Coast Risk Management

Bill Paletski | Senior EHS Consultant

Bil Paletski East Coast Risk ManagementBill Paletski is located in the Lehigh Valley and has been practicing environmental, health and safety management for more than 37 years.  He works with all type of establishments (i.e., manufacturing, construction, services, municipal) helping to minimize risk and keep companies compliant with OSHA, PA DEP and EPA.  He is a registered professional engineer in PA and a Board-certified safety professional. He has worked with helping companies associated with the MRC since 1998.  Currently, he works at East Coast Risk Management as a Senior EHS Consultant.  Prior to ECRM, Bill worked at Penn State University.

 

 

About East Coast Risk Management

East Coast Risk Management is a trusted risk management consulting firm with offices in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Georgia, Tennessee, Illinois and North Carolina.  At ECRM, we specialize in Safety Consulting, Human Resources Consulting,  Claims Management and DOT Compliance, with clients ranging from small and medium sized businesses to large, multi-national organizations. We also have a relationship with Keystone Insurance Group, serving in part as their Risk Management Division.

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