Supervising for Safety

Open to all Auto and Fully Funded and Aggregate Workers' Compensation members

student raises hand in classroomSupervising for Safety is a training course designed to deliver loss prevention knowledge and provide safety tools for any level of management staff within a district.

This program comprises of a variety of modularized topics that can be tailored to a member's specific needs. We bring this training, and other full day trainings like it, directly to your facility. Much of the material referenced in Supervising for Safety is based on an extended course developed and presented by DuPont STOP for Supervision.

There is no cost for tuition or materials. Lunch is provided. Attendees are only responsible for travel costs.

Topics include:

  • Managing to Control Losses
  • Management Responsibilities
  • Practical Accident Investigations
  • Accident Prevention Plans
  • Risk Assessment Overviews (Loss Histories)
  • Workplace Inspections
  • Implementing Corrective Action
  • Benefits and Challenges of Return to Work Programs
  • Negotiating for Performance

Suggested audience:

Supervisors from facility or work group, leads, managers and foremen, principals and assistant principals, departmental directors, and superintendents, risk managers and business managers, safety specialists and designated trainers or employees who are tasked with training

Contact TASB Risk Prevention Services Manager Joanie Arrott at 512.505.2838 if you are interested in having this training taught at your district or educational entity. View the course flyer for more information.