WEC provides FREE onsite training. WEC offers quality, interactive training using a participatory methodology that encourages problem-solving and critical thinking to address important health and safety issues in the workplace.
HEALTH AND SAFETY ISSUES
Available Training Topics Include:
Identifying Safety System Failures
Particiants gain knowledge and skills needed to identify failed systems in their facilities and the importance of a root cause analysis approach to accident investigations.
OSHA’s Process Safety Management Standard
Participants are educated on the basic elements of the Process Safety Management (PSM) Standard and how this standard helps prevent releases of highly hazardous chemicals.
Preventing Workplace Violence
Participants examine the underlying causes of workplace violence in healthcare facilities, and analyze their facility’s workplace violence protection program.
Other Topics Include:
- Chemical hazards
- Injury and Illness Prevention
- Introduction to Hazards of Mold
- Introduction to OSHA and Whistleblower Protection
- Mechanical Integrity
- Media Training for Health and Safety Issues
- Needlestick Prevention
- Post-Exposure Procedures
- Safe Patient Handling
- Planning for Joint Health & Safety Committes
Past Training Programs
Safer After Sandy: Our Safer After Sandy project contains various resources focusing on rebuilding safely.
Injury Illness Prevention Programs: Effective training about Injury and Illness Preventions Programs can help achieve safer, healthier, and more productive workplaces.
Safe Work, Safe Care Project: WEC’s Safe Work, Safe Care training project works to help create and maintain safe, healthy work environments for healthcare workers and patients.
Preventing Chemical Accidents Training Project: WEC’s Preventing Chemical Accidents training project covers key health, safety, and environmental issues in high hazard facilities, such as chemical plants, oil refineries, water treatment plants, and food processing plants, such as OSHA’s Process Safety Management Standard and NJ’s Toxic Catastrophe Prevention Act.