Clues for a Successful Safety Program: Upcoming Safety Workshops
Join Montana State Fund’s (MSF) Safety Services Specialist, Kirk Smith and members of MSF’s Special Investigation Unit for our half-day safety workshop, Clues for a Successful Safety Program
Detecting Workers’ Compensation Fraud: Committing insurance fraud is against the law. And, if it is not identified, the effect of fraud undermines the confidence the public has in the workers’ compensation system. In this session we’ll educate you on the various types of workers’ compensation fraud, and how you can help limit and identify potentially fraudulent activities at your workplace. In addition, we’ll review examples of successful workers’ compensation fraud investigations and prosecutions that led to convictions.
Leadership’s Impact on Internalizing Safety: To impact safety within the workplace you must go beyond external safety protocols with your workers and help them look at themselves and their internal motivations. When employees internalize safety, they begin to realize that they have control over their personal well-being. In this part of the workshop, we will discuss how leadership can help employees take better mental and physical self-control of their own safety when performing a wide array of tasks, both at work and at home.
Dates and Locations
February 27: Bozeman – Best Western GranTree Inn
March 1: Helena – Holiday Inn Express
March 7: Butte – La Quinta Inn
March 8: Great Falls – Holiday Inn
March 13: Glasgow – Cottonwood Inn
March 14: Miles City – Sleep Inn & Suites
March 15: Hampton Inn & Suites Billings West I-90
March 21: Kalispell – Hampton Inn
March 22: 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).