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Safe + Sound: Recognizing programs to improve workplace safety

Safe+Sound: Recognizing Programs to Improve Workplace Safety and Health

Employers are encouraged to commit to improving workplace safety and health during Safe+Sound Week 2022, August 15-21. These tips can help you start or better manage your safety and health program to prevent injuries and protect your bottom line.

New Safety Pro Seminars

New Safety Pro Seminars

DWC Workplace Safety offers New Safety Pro Seminars—one-hour, online classes designed for new safety professionals or coordinators. Registration is free and the seminars are on Zoom.

  • Safety and Health Program Development (Part One)
    • health and safety policies
    • job hazard analysis
    • general safety rules
  • Recordkeeping (Part Two)
    • accident investigation
    • root causes
    • corrective actions
    • injury and illness recordkeeping

August 2022

Online | August 3 (9-10 a.m.) | Safety and Health Program Development | Registration

Online | August 24 (9-10 a.m.) | Recordkeeping | Registration

Dropped Objects Prevention Scheme Online Seminar

Dropped Objects Prevention Scheme (DROPS) Online Seminar on August 3, 2022

DROPS is hosting a virtual forum for the United States on August 3, 2022, on the Microsoft Teams platform.

DROPS is an industry-wide initiative focused on preventing dropped objects, with the goal of bringing a second nature dropped objects prevention strategy across the oil and gas industry.

DROPS is a global work group, represented by 200 operators, contractors, service companies and industry bodies, all sharing commitment and enthusiasm for the common goal of dropped object prevention.

The DROPS website offers a variety of resources, including downloadable posters and a Tools at Height Best Practice Guide, offered in both English and Spanish.

Free On-Site or Online Safety Consultations

Free On-Site or Online Safety Consultations

No matter your needs or challenges, the Texas OSHA Consultation Program (OSHCON) has safety and health resources to help your business.

OSHCON consultations are both free and confidential. They are offered in person at your jobsite or virtually.

We can help you find, reduce, and remove safety and health hazards, and understand OSHA standards.

OSHCON also provides:

  • training;
  • help with safety and health programs; and
  • free safety training materials and publications.

Check out the OSHCON webpage, or contact us: