Employee training is often required by regulation, but providing training on nonmandatory topics can help better protect your employees and your company’s bottom line. Your overall goal should be ensuring the safety, welfare and productivity of your workers – not merely satisfying a particular compliance obligation.
This presentation will focus on these six topics that often cause problems – even when employers do provide training:
Edwin Zalewski, Senior Editor – EHS, J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc.
As a senior editor at J. J. Keller, Edwin specializes in workplace safety topics such as walking-working surfaces, powered industrial trucks and injury/illness recordkeeping. He researches and creates content on a variety of safety-related topics, contributes to several products, and is the lead editor for the OSHA Compliance for General Industry manual and the Environmental Safety Training Advisor newsletter. He also helps customers with their safety compliance questions, speaks at live events and contributes to leading trade magazines.
Ann Potratz, Editor - HR, J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc.
Ann is an associate editor on the human resources publishing team at J. J. Keller. She researches and creates content on a variety of employment-related subject matters and contributes to a number of HR products, including the Essentials of Employment Law manual and the Employment Law Today newsletter. Ann specializes in employment law issues such as discrimination and harassment, background checks, and security.
Kevin Druley, Associate Editor, Safety+Health magazine.
Kevin covers worker safety for Safety+Health.