With difficult economic times for all companies, reducing costs is at the top of everyone's mind. I would like to invite you to a FREE webinar on March 4 at 2pm EST that I am hosting with Occupational Health & Safety. This seminar will demonstrate how you can improve safety while reducing both the direct and indirect costs of incidents through an investment in a modern safety incentive program. If you are interested, please follow the link below to… Continue
Posted on February 18, 2009 at 10:03am — 3 Comments
Thanks so much for the info. When you sit with a company to find out what their biggest safety challenges are, do you recommend different products specific to the company's needs? What types of companies do you work with?
Brian, cool page. Thanks for posting the free webinar event. I'm looking forward to attending. When you get a chance, check out Best Pratices and take a short 3 question survey in the post: A Safety Professional's Commute to Work and while your there please join the group. Thanks.
Thanks for the information Brian. I am a consultant in regards to helping organizations create cultures of safety within their organizations. I am also a certified health and wellness coach and am looking to spread out in that area in the safety arena.
Welcome to Online Safety Community’s various groups you have joined. Does your organization have a health and wellness program? Would you be open to sharing some information about it with me if you do? Thanks! Jay Rohman - www.EncouragingSafety.com
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