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The Safety Responsibility of the HR Manager | HR and OSHA Laws

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Start Date: 2021-03-18
End Date: 2021-03-18
Time: 10:00 am to 1:00 pm

Phone: +1-888-717-2436

Location: Online Event,6201 America Center Drive Suite 240 San Jose, CA 95002, USA

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The roles of the HR professional and the safety management professional are often intertwined within organizations. In some circumstances within many companies, the safety manager role is blended into a single role assigned to the HR manager. This role encompasses the day-to-day employee administration activities of the HR professional and also have occupational safety and health responsibilities for compliance with all state, federal, and local requirements regarding employment laws and regulations.

Occupational health and safety legislation outlines the respective roles and responsibility of an employer and its employee’s to ensure a safe workplace. It is through an understanding of these roles and responsibilities that employers and workers participate in the identification, evaluation and control of work place hazards in order to minimize hazards to an acceptable level of risk.

This webinar will explore the various legislative roles and responsibilities of employers, employees, managers, supervisors, contractors, as well as visitors. Participants will receive information on the duties of injury prevention, and discuss practical ways to implement these duties fully in the workplace.

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Organized by :  Complianceonline

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This webinar will explain legislative roles and responsibilities of workplace parties and how HR plays a pertinent role in it. Instructor will discuss OSHA regulations and safety compliance practices and how to create safety culture at workplace. He will share practical tips and best practices for HR managers taking the responsibility of safety regulatory compliance.