This seminar series will cover a variety of topics in workplace safety planning. Attend one or all!
Attend in-person at our Wausau campus or livestream the training at your own location.
The sessions will take place on the first Tuesday of each month, from 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Earn 9 CEUs
February 1, 2022 Site Safety Planning: Striving for Zero Injuries
A safe workplace starts with a safety plan that describes the process for identifying the physical and health hazards that could harm employees and control measures. This session will look at developing a safety plan and provide you with a template for a proactive approach to safety.
March 1, 2022 Fall Protection Planning
Fall Protection is the most frequently cited OSHA standards violation. This session will review the Fall Protection standard, various equipment, and provide practical information on how to assess and implement or reinvigorate fall protection in your organization.
April 4, 2022 OSHA Inspections: A Positive Approach
Preparing for an announced or unannounced OSHA inspection doesn’t have to be a stressful event. A proactive approach in your safety program before OSHA arrives on your doorstep will set you up for success. This session will dive into strategies and tips to prepare for the inspection and how to avoid common inspection mistakes.
May 3, 2022 Forming Effective Safety Committees
Organizations with a safety committee experience better employee buy-in and a reduction in workplace accidents. This session will cover the importance of a safety committee along with guidelines on forming and energizing the safety committee in your organization.
June 7, 2022 Machine Guarding and Lock-Out/Tag-Out
Machine guarding and lockout and tagout appear annually on OSHA’s top 10 list of most frequently cited violations. This session will provide useful information to assess, create and/or update your machine guarding and lockout and tagout policies and programs.
Meet The Presenter
Todd Perrault is a visionary leader/consultant with significant industry-related experience working at various levels in construction, manufacturing, education, and transportation. His skillsets include a variety of experience in safety, human resource management functions, front-line leadership, process improvement, software implementation, quality, course design and e-learning, and employee training. While in his most recent role as the Director of Safety, he became a certified OSHA trainer and gained proficiency in worksite and manufacturing plant safety audits, site safety planning, and fall protection planning.
An attendee must notify NTC of a cancellation prior to the beginning of the event in order to have fees removed or a refund issued. Attendees who do not attend without notifying Continuing Education will be responsible for payment of all course fees and will not be eligible for a refund.