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Thank you for your interest in attending one of our live webinars. Understanding that an essential part of any viable safety program is the availability of up-to-date, accurate resources to help keep your safety program moving in a positive direction, we are working hard to create content that is valuable to you and your business. We will be announcing new webinars soon. Check out some of our previously recorded webinars below, or login to MasterKey Connects for access to additional training resources.
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Previous Webinar Recordings
(Follow registration instructions to access recording) In this webinar, we discussed recordkeeping requirements in general and specific requirements for OSHA 300 logs. We reviewed and clarified OSHA's requirements for completion of the OSHA 300, OSHA 300-A and OSHA 301, and discussed steps to make use of the information you are recording.
(Follow registration instructions to access recording) In this webinar, we will talk about the claims handling process and the steps we take to proactively manage the claim for your people and your business. We will also discuss the importance of a Transitional Duty Program and provide helpful guidelines to help you implement a formal program in your workplace. This webinar is a great resource for individuals across all lines, and there is no requirement for any prior experience.
(Follow registration instructions to access recording) Our Hazard Identification Webinar will provide insight on the activities involved in evaluating risks and recognizing hazards at your facility. The goal will be to identify the root cause of the hazard in order to take steps to eliminate or control within the organization’s risk tolerance. This webinar is open to an audience with little inspection experience to those with routine exposure, regardless of industry.
(Follow registration instructions to access recording) As the U.S. continues to see an increase of Opioid prescriptions and dependency, it is more important than ever to discuss how to combat this ongoing epidemic. Through this webinar, one of our Claims Professionals will give an overview of the issues with Opioids in the Workers Compensation arena, as well as discuss the many tools and best practices that Key Risk utilizes in order to minimize Opioid use and drive better outcomes.
(Follow registration instructions to access recording) Conducting an accident investigation after a workplace incident is critical to identifying any potential root causes and improving your organization's safety program to help prevent such incidents in the future. In this webinar, we will discuss best practices in determining when to investigate a workplace accident, as well as how to appropriately identify the best method of investigation.
We all work hard to provide a safe workplace for our employees. Once an accident or incident occurs, the goal of your investigation is to find the fundamental or root cause(s) of the incident and make the appropriate changes so that the incident doesn’t occur again.
Accurate recordkeeping is an important part of your responsibility as an employer and helps you keep track of what is going on in your organization. Good records are also an integral part of your compliance efforts and can assist with measuring improvement. This resource sheet can help you determine when it is appropriate to record an injury or illness.
It is everyone's responsibility to work together and make every effort to minimize on-the-job injuries. If an injury does occur, however, it is important that employees are aware of the appropriate procedures to follow.
Visit this page to download important claim resources, view instructions on what to do when a workplace incident occurs and access your post-incident medical treatment kit. Also available from this page is the ability to locate an in-network provider and pharmacy.
The resources on this page provide general information and suggestions related to workplace safety programs only. State requirements and individual workplace conditions and circumstances vary, and the information contained herein cannot replace or substitute for the services of trained professionals. Although the information contained herein was obtained from sources believed to be reliable, Key Risk makes no warranty and assumes no liability or responsibility for the correctness, sufficiency, or completeness of this information or any damages incurred resulting from the use of this information.