GCCA Regional Training: Risk Management Course Description

Risk Management Culture & Morale

The Culture and Morale presentation is engaging, insightful, and thought provoking. During the presentation, the participants will learn tips about the positive influence that they can have, and how to communicate more effectively with their workforce.  Topics covered include:  What drives employee satisfaction?   Motivation?   Loyalty?   Productivity?  Safety?  Also included are practical steps on how these truths can immediately be implemented into an operation and drive tangible results.

Rack Storage Safety

What are the do’s and don’ts of Rack Storage.  How can we look at our warehouse as a part of our safety program.  Training opportunities for our staff as well as what to look for during inspections.

Landscape of Change

  • Whole Room Sanitation – An overview of the latest sanitation technology that delivers a whole room treatment and sanitizes the surface and air, even penetrating hidden areas of equipment and corners.
  • Controlled Environment Oxygen Reduction Fire Prevention – A discussion regarding the latest technology in fire prevention of reducing the concentration of oxygen within a controlled environment to a degree that life sustaining oxygen was lowered just enough to prevent fire from starting or spreading while continuing to support human life.
  • Safety Communication Technology – An introduction to new mobile technology helping organizations better communicate.  Improvements in technology platform and strategies for clients in media, education, public safety and enterprise enabling them to reach their audiences fast through the channels their subscribers select such as text messages, voice notifications, email, mobile web, etc.  Messages can include critical emergency and severe weather alerts, breaking news, sports scores, school closings, event reminders, and everyday business updates.

What to Expect from OSHA

An informative section with a local OSHA representative discussing future OSHA changes, what to expect when OSHA visits, and a chance to ask those questions you have always wanted to ask.

Claims Control: Post-Injury Management

Post injury management covers workers’ compensation basic elements and history. Initiatives of post injury management include: temporary transitional duty programs, detailed job descriptions, using and establishing medical provider networks and utilizing nurse case management correctly.  Take away templates, forms, and letters for post injury management activities are included.

See the 2014 GCCA Regional Training Schedule