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UPCOMING WEBINARS

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The Intersection of DEI and MSDs: Ensuring Equitable Outcomes
3 p.m. (ET) July 11

Join us for an engaging webinar as we discuss the MSD Solutions Lab’s most recent publication: The Intersection of DEI and MSDs: Ensuring Equitable Outcomes. Researchers from the MSD Solutions Lab will discuss why diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) should be a foundational element of musculoskeletal disorder (MSD) prevention, describe how organizational characteristics can perpetuate disproportionate risk between workers and provide equitable solutions organizations can implement to lessen disproportionality in risk. While individual factors may be relevant to MSD prevalence, MSD risk factors are due to the workplace not accommodating or providing for all people. Come learn how your organization can ensure your entire workforce is safe from MSD risks.

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Mastering HSE Audits: Ensuring Compliance and Enhancing Workplace Safety
1 p.m. (ET) July 17

Join Frank Szopinski, former global HSE networks director for the National Safety Council, for a discussion on HSE audits and their role in maintaining a safe and compliant workplace environment. HSE audits are not just about ticking boxes; they are essential tools for identifying potential hazards, evaluating safety protocols, and mitigating risks. Whether you're a safety professional, a business owner, or a team leader, this webinar will equip you with the knowledge and skills necessary to conduct effective safety audits and drive continuous improvement in safety performance.

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Examining Trends in Technology Solutions in the Workplace
2 p.m. (ET) July 18

Safety technology can be used to mitigate or even eliminate workplace hazards. However, its implementation has not been widely adopted. To understand the state of safety innovation in the workplace, Work to Zero commissioned a survey involving employees and employers from a variety of industries. The objective was to understand perceptions towards different types of safety technology, and how it can be used to address specific hazards in the workplace. Join us for an engaging webinar to learn about findings from the survey, to include insights into the most common safety hazards, utilization of technology solutions, and barriers to adoption.

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Heat Regulations
1 p.m. (ET) July 16

As temperatures current to climb globally so are the number of workers that are being impacted by heat not only in outdoor environments but also in indoor workspaces. Five states have already enacted heat stress standards, five more are undergoing legislation and a proposed federal rule has been sent to the White House for review. Please join us in a discussion with Adele Abrams. Esq. as she reviews the current and proposed regulations, what will need to be in-place to meet the standards and how this will have an impact on your operations.

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AIHA/OSHA Regulatory Heat Stress
1 p.m. (ET) July 23

Join Margaret Morrissey-Basler to hear about her research, the work of AIHA's task force and industrial hygiene. AIHA is the association for scientists and professionals committed to preserving and ensuring occupational and environmental health and safety (OEHS) in the workplace and community. Dr. Maggie Morrissey-Basler is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Health Sciences at Providence College. Her research focuses on protecting workers from extreme heat.

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Working on a Warming Planet
1 p.m. (ET) July 24

Join Robert S. Goldsmith, MD, MPH, founder and president of NBS Healthcare Group, for a conversation on the medical risks of heat exposure and an accepted approach to risk mitigation. You will learn: the physiologic and pathologic effects of heat exposure and those factors that increase the risk of illness, the regulatory safeguards designed to protect workers, a possible program to mitigate the risks of heat-related illness, and a basic understanding of the accepted response to acute heat exposure-related illness.

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NSC New Member Orientation
11 a.m. (ET) July 31

Welcome new members! All members are welcome to join in to review membership benefits, tools and resources, and a Q&A session to help you make the most of your membership. This month we will focus on the NSC Safety Congress & Expo event. For more than 100 years, professionals have turned to this safety event for industry-leading technology, education, networking opportunities and the tried-and-true products and services needed to stay at the forefront and remain competitive within the industry.

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Mental Health, Worker Wellness and Job Design Series
3 p.m. (ET) August 6

Join the Business & Industry Division for a series on mental health, worker wellness and job design. Job Design & Worker Wellness will be discussed with Ann Petersen, Safety Consultant, Elanco.

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Government & Public Sector Division Summer Series: Safety Systems
11 a.m. (ET) August 7

Join Dr. Sharli Adair from the City of Memphis for a vibrant conversation on Safety Systems - and why you should be more intentional about the ones in your organization.

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Safety, Table of One
4 p.m. (ET) August 7

Join the Young Professionals Division this summer for a series on safety programs with a committee of one. Making a Business Case for Safety & What To Do With A Limited Budget, will be discussed with presenter Ali Ayub, Process Safety Engineer at Vantage Specialty Chemicals.

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The SKILL of Working Safely
1 p.m. (ET) August 21

"How do we get our people to work safer?" Does that question sound familiar? Well... the answer is… You should teach them! If your company's idea of "working safely" is comprised of everyone simply wearing their PPE and following the safety rules, then this session will help you take the next step in getting your people to stay safer both on and off the job. Working safely is a skill unto itself and it can be taught in a way that will stick with your people for years. This session will discuss the 3 main techniques that make up this skill and how you can present it to your people in a way that they will embrace it, practice it, and remember it.

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WorkZone Safety
11 a.m. (ET) August 28

With the holiday season travel approaching starting with Labor Day, it is important for workers working on roadways as well as the public driving through or around a Workzone on the roadways be aware of the safety hazards and the risk to the workers in the Workzone. For the workers, it is important that precautions be taken to avoid being struck by moving vehicles, construction equipment, or being ingulfed in a trench or excavation. This safety aspect also includes the workforce in the work zone following the applicable safety and health requirements and that the public passing by the Workzone to be aware of the workers, the work being done, and the equipment being uses as well as obeying the speed limits in place. This presentation will focus on the hazards of work zones, the applicable OSHA and DOT requirements, and also on the public safety aspect.

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