Safety Workshops

Jump Start Your Safety Program – March Safety Workshop

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Join Montana State Fund for our March safety workshop, Jump Start Your Safety Program. This half-day training will give you a mix of new and steadfast approaches to safety that will continue to help you protect your employees and reinvigorate your safety efforts.

Topics include
We Have Your Back: The spine is the foundation for all physical movement. Yet, we mistreat it, abuse it, or just take it for granted until we injure it. Back injuries can have an astounding effect on both an injured employee and the workers’ compensation system.  During this segment of the workshop, we will review the unique aspects of the human spine and the steps you can take to protect your employees’ backs.

A Safety Climate Measuring Tool: During our June 2017 workshop, we introduced the concept of measuring your organization’s safety and health efforts by evaluating the impact of those efforts on your safety climate. In this session, we will take this subject that much further and introduce you to a safety climate measurement tool that you may consider using to quantify your safety efforts.

Humanizing Your Safety Efforts: We put safety and health programs in place. We train our employees to safely do the right things, but are these approaches enough?  In this section, we will dig deeper and explore the psychological aspects of safety.  We will discuss the concepts championed by psychologist Dr. Robert Long and motivational speaker Cort Dial who offer fresh ideas to humanize your approach to risk management and safety at your organization.  

Dates and Locations
March 2: Helena – Holiday Inn Express
March 7: Bozeman – Holiday Inn
March 8: Butte – La Quinta Inn
March 9: Great Falls – Holiday Inn
March 14: Glasgow (New City Location)–Cottonwood Inn
March 15: Miles City – Sleep Inn & Suites
March 16: Billings – Hampton Inn
March 22: Kalispell – Hampton Inn
March 23: Missoula – Best Western Grant Creek Inn

Interested? Register Now. The free trainings take place from 8:30 am – Noon. If you have questions, call 800-332-6102 extension 5361 (Kirk Smith).