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13 Strategies to Improve Your Safety Program

Date and Time

Human Resources & Workplace Safety Series

The Barrow County Chamber of Commerce, Fisher Phillips and Lanier Technical College are pleased to present the 2015 Human Resources and Workplace Safety Series. This seminar series is designed for business owners, managers and supervisors who must deal with real life workplace issues that have real legal consequences.

The Human Resources and Workplace Safety Series seminars are designed to provide professionals timely, updated information on the important legal topics relevant to their business and other important workplace legal developments.

All programs are approved for HRCI & SHRM recertification credit. Attendees will receive proof of attendance certificates to confirm they have received relevant training. Businesses benefit from a trained workforce, which increases productivity and decreases a company’s liability for litigation.

13 Strategies to Improve Your Safety Program
If OSHA has fallen off your radar screen, it is time to put it back on. The number of OSHA penalties in the tens and hundreds of thousands of dollars has significantly increased in the past year. This session will examine the new enforcement-focused OSHA and new special emphasis programs as well as safety legislation changes currently being debated in Congress. The session will also review the essential elements of OSHA compliance and an effective workplace safety and health program, with an eye to the use of safety issues by unions and a growing group of whistleblowers. The session will explain how, when used properly, safety compliance can be a “profit center” and not another administrative cost.

Date and Time:
Thursday, November 12, 2015

8:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
Breakfast & Registration

9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

Lanier Technical College
Barrow Campus
Room 108
965 Austin Road
Winder, GA 30680

$35 for Chamber Members, $45 for Non-Chamber members
Payment accepted on site


For questions, please contact Stacey McReynolds at or (404) 240-4280.


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