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Developing workplace safety programs

According to OSHA, “One of the root causes of workplace injuries, illnesses, and incidents is the failure to identify or recognize hazards that are present, or that could have been anticipated.” A key role in human resource management is to assist in developing workplace safety programs including risk management and training.

Critical safety program elements:

  • Management commitment
  • Communication
  • Employee involvement
  • Worksite analysis
  • Hazard prevention and control
  • Training for employees, supervisors and managers

Training is vital for employers and employees. Whether it’s first aid training (such as CPR or how to properly use an AED) or an OSHA 10-hour general industry course (designed to promote the importance of workplace safety and health,) being up-to-date with the most recent health and safety training courses keeps everyone safer.

Easybook Training makes booking large group health and safety courses a breeze. HR managers can browse more than 11,000 online safety courses and in-person courses and choose a date, time and location to best suit their staff. Whether it’s a group of 20 or 200, Easybook Training helps take the legwork out of finding what you need. Prefer an online course? We have those, too. Browse our extensive online course library to find exactly what you and your staff need.

Easybook Training works with hundreds of accredited training providers and training centers across the U.S. This means you can access thousands of courses in construction, first aid, crane operator training, working at height, heavy equipment, roadway safety and health and safety courses with just a click. Check it out and book your next course today.