Workers' Compensation Loss Prevention Training
Contact your Loss Prevention Consultant for more information about the following training opportunities:
A comprehensive approach to determining the cause of injuries. Training focuses on assigning roles, training role players, developing procedures, and review techniques.
Auditing Your Safety Program
Techniques of examining current safety practices and developing benchmarks to evaluate performance.
Instruction in the mechanical characteristics of the back and its susceptibility to injury. Course details correct exercise, lifting techniques, and cautions for handling heavy or awkward loads.
Covers various entry conditions and reviews hazards that accompany such entries. In-depth discussion of the training, procedures, and safety techniques used in various entries.
Developing Employee Safety Incentive Programs
Covers design and use of employee incentives in promoting a safe working environment, problems and pitfalls, and successful and unsuccessful applications in the workplace.
Program assists maintenance and mechanical personnel in working safely around electrical currents and devices. Covers principles of electrical grounding, safeguards, and practices designed to prevent contact with live circuits.
Overview of the TASB School Safety Emergency Response Manual for preplanning actions to be taken during emergencies.
An overview of the muscular-skeletal structures that are susceptible to injury by improper work practices and conditions. Course focuses on the anthropometric relationship between the work environment and the worker. The training helps supervisors design and modify work conditions to reduce workers' compensation claims.
Essentials of Vehicle Collision Investigations
Assists WC and Property and Liability Auto program members in understanding basic terms and requirements for vehicle accident investigation.
Forklift Operator Safety
Covers the safe operation and maintenance procedures applicable to use of forklifts and towmotors.
HAZCOM (Texas Hazard Communications Act)
Required training for all employees covering the employees' right to know of hazards in the workplace relating to the use or storage of hazardous chemicals and substances. Covers how to find, read, and use Material Safety Data Sheets.
Covers the gross effect of noise on the human ear. Learn how to spot problems and discover methodologies for dealing with the conditions.
Seasonal training for employees facing the physical hazards created by extremes of temperature and humidity.
Overview of one of the basic safety techniques designed to prevent the unwanted release of hazardous energy.
Provides critical training to school districts on managing aggression in the workplace. The training is based on the Loss Prevention Safety Kit, which focuses on a variety of employee safety-related topics throughout the year including aggressive behavior, fire safety, falls, electrical hazards, and the Workers' Compensation Loss Prevention Manual.
Procedures and processes to help eliminate or reduce the probability of losses due to materials handling.
Personal Protective Equipment Selection and Training
Covers conditions that require use of personal protective equipment as well as the methods of selection and use.
Role of Supervisors in Safety
Review of the responsibilities supervisors have in creating and maintaining safe work environments.
Security and Safety Issues Related to School Districts
Covers security basics for designing safe facilities, planning for control of workplace violence, and protecting property.
Seven Components of a Successful Accident Prevention Program
Outlines the seven steps for creating a safety program that meets the requirements of the Division of Workers' Compensation Hazardous Employer Program.
Slips, Trips, and Falls Prevention
Awareness training concerning the greatest causes of workers' compensation injuries. Covers techniques for reducing frequency and severity of loss.
Using Loss Prevention Tools to Control Costs
Overview of the tools available through a properly instituted loss prevention program. Discussion of the program's effect in preventing and reducing cost of loss.