Upcoming Safety Workshop: Fact and Emotion: The Basics for an Effective Safety Culture
Please join Montana State Fund for our free half-day safety workshop, Fact and Emotion: The Basics for an Effective Safety Culture
OSHA Corner: The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) institutes several safety standards and requirements that a business must follow. In this segment, we will discuss OSHA’s latest regulation changes and how they may affect your organization and employees.
Montana Safety Culture Act (MSCA): The MSCA turned 26 years old this year, but many Montanans are not aware of its existence, or what it means for our state’s employers and employees. In this session, we will review the requirements of the act, how it is being enforced, and the steps you can take to comply with it.
Leading a Safety Program with Emotion. For an organization to have a successful safety culture, leaders must be aware of their emotional intelligence (EI). EI is the ability to understand and manage your own emotions, and those of the people around you. For leaders, having emotional intelligence is essential for success. In this part of the training we will examine how your leaders can reach emotional intelligence to build an effective safety program.
Dates and Locations
May 30: Bozeman – Best Western GranTree Inn
June 5: Butte – La Quinta Inn
June 7: Great Falls – Holiday Inn
June 12: Glasgow – Cottonwood Inn
June 13: Miles City – Sleep Inn & Suites
June 14: Billings – Hampton Inn (3550 Ember Lane, just off of I-90 West)
June 19: Helena – Holiday Inn Express
June 20: Kalispell – Hampton Inn
June 21: Missoula – Best Western Grant Creek Inn