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June 2017

Safety Leadership & New Hire Safety Essentials

To maintain a culture of safety at the workplace leaders must maintain and set a good example for everyone. It also helps if employees are put in the safety mindset from day one. Mastery released two new courses this month to help keep safety a top priority.

“Safety Leadership: An Essential Safety Element” helps learners facilitate a culture of safety to prevent accidents and injuries. The course explores the challenges of human nature and how to promote a safety culture by setting a good example and acting when someone isn’t being safe.

New Hire Safety Essentials” offers new employees an overview of safety procedures and common workplace hazards. For example, some of the lessons cover topics like PPE, confined space awareness, fire prevention, and bloodborne pathogens.

Use these new courses, featuring HD video, to help keep safety a priority and maintain a safe workplace for everyone.

New Webinar – Leverage the Power of the Generations

With four, and soon to be five, generations in the workforce, we are at a time where unprecedented change will require agility and innovation like no other time in history. The trouble is in business today there is a growing tension happening between the generations. Fortunately, there are leaders, teams and organizations that are truly leveraging the power of generations to create opportunity.

On Thursday, July 20th we are hosting a webinar presented by Global Workforce Innovator, Laura Goodrich, we will discuss the urgency of leveraging generations to change and innovate. Goodrich will share success stories and provide specific steps on how to seize and create the opportunities on the road ahead.

Register for this free webinar here.

Dealing with Hazardous Spills

Hazardous materials can be found in most workplaces, even something as simple as a cleaning product can be a hazardous material. This new course, “Dealing with Hazardous Spills,” covers how to identify hazardous spills, and gives those in a workplace surrounded by chemicals a basic understanding of the actions needed to take place in a HAZMAT situations.

The course demonstrates how to characterize a spill, clean up a spill, deal with special hazards, go through decontamination, and waste disposal.

For more information on this course, click here.

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