388.05     Occupational Health and
Safety for Supervisors
When and Where:
  • March 2, 2016 (8:30 a.m. – Noon)
  • The Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel, State College, Pa.
Who Should Attend:    
  • Supervisors
  • Employees working toward supervisory positions
  • An interactive, instructor-led course available in a half-day format
Course Overview:     
  • As a supervisor, you are the bridge between the health and safety rules for your workplace and the employees who must comply with those rules. At the end of the day, we all want everybody to do great work and go home safe and sound. To achieve this, supervisors need to fulfill their legal obligations to address the safety and health of their employees while on the job. This course addresses the health and safety rules and regulations for which you are responsible, teaches ways to stay up-to-date on OSHA’s training requirements and standards, gives you tools to enforce the standards (including discipline), and directs you to additional resources to assist you with your health and safety responsibilities.
Key Topics Include:    
  • Identifying the elements of loss control as they apply to employee safety and health, including the impact on the co-op’s bottom line

  • Clarifying the role of the supervisor in preventing unsafe acts and conditions

  • Identifying key regulations affecting electric co-ops, including OSHA, the National Electric Safety Code and EPA

  • Describing tools for maintaining discipline

  • Exploring available resources for further study in loss control
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