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Safety Simplified: Using Technology to Improve Workplace Safety, Health and Organizational Performance Archive Webcast

With all the urgent “needs attention now” action items a safety professional must juggle together with a “do more with less” attitude from corporate, who has time to be proactive? If you have ever felt too bogged down in paperwork to get to the really important stuff, this presentation is right for you. Learn how Internet and computer-based software tools can help you simplify and streamline:

  • Safety training delivery, tracking and reporting
  • Post-incident reporting
  • Incident investigation and corrective action
  • OSHA recordkeeping
  • Workers' compensation claims management
  • Medical and leave management
  • Return-to-work and cost benchmarking

Adding technology-based tools to your safety and risk management programs will help you increase organizational efficiencies, ensure data accuracy, improve workflow management, decrease injury rates - and reduce the total cost of incidents, injuries and disabilities. Participants are guaranteed to leave this presentation with useful information and tips on how to immediately impact productivity, while simplifying every-day safety and risk management duties and processes.

Jonathan A. Jacobi, CSP Safety & Risk Management Specialist At PureSafety, Jonathan is responsible for technical and strategic aspects of courseware maintenance & development. He also serves as a technical advisor on topics related to courseware developed. Jonathan holds a master’s degree in safety and is a Certified Safety Professional (CSP) and Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST) with over 12 years of professional experience. In his professional experience, he has served as staff engineer, consultant, and safety manager/director for Fortune 500 companies in construction, consumable goods, automotive, pulp & paper, nuclear, and semiconductor industries.

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