How to Start A Safety Program on A Budget
June 13, 2024 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 amFree
Who Should Attend
Businesses that want to know how to develop a safety program that meets OSHA’s expectations.
Are you concerned about the safety of your workplace but worried about the cost of implementing a safety program? Starting a safety program doesn’t have to break the bank. With careful planning and creativity, you can establish an effective safety program on a budget.
This webinar features information on effective strategies for starting a safety and health program for your business. A review of OSHA requirements and available (free) resources will be provided. Participants will walk away with an understanding of how their organizations can get their safety program off to a great start.
- Why you need a safety program
- The cost of not having a program
- How to ensure your safety program is on the right track.
- Available resources to support your efforts
Director of Safety & Health Services and the Southeastern OSHA Training Institute Education Center at NC State University Industry Expansion Solutions
Email: email@example.com | Phone: 336.505.9630
Holli manages the services provided by IES’s team of workplace safety experts. Holli has a strong EHS background. Before joining IES in 2008, Holli spent 14 years in the private sector managing the corporate safety program for an extensive healthcare system. Her responsibilities across her career have included ensuring compliance with various regulatory entities including OSHA, EPA, DOT, NFPA and others.
Holli’s professional experience includes the investigation of work-related accidents and injuries, emergency management, incident command and the development and implementation of processes designed to reduce or mitigate identified safety risks. She also has experience as a Six Sigma Green Belt with active involvement in healthcare quality improvement projects. Holli has a B.S. in health education from UNC-Greensboro and has earned her MESH (Manager of Environmental Safety and Health) certificate through NC State University.