“We take an aggressive approach towards safety by investing our time and providing solutions to help our customers achieve measurable results”
Our investment of time and professional skill to fully analyze and understand your concerns, your business and business culture, and your operations and safety practices leads to an understanding and recognition of typical hazards and uncovers hidden exposures not generally considered in your safety plan.
Upcoming 2020 Webinars
January 13th @ 10 AM – 11 AM
Safety Committee Certification
Course Description: Is your organization forming a new safety committee or does your committee need annual certification training? This webinar meets the requirements necessary to fulfill your certification obligations as required by the State of Pennsylvania Department of Labor. Not located in PA? That’s okay! This course will provide any safety committee with a basic understanding of the following principles: Committee Formation & Structure, Hazard Identification, Accident Investigation, Substance Abuse Awareness & Prevention, Tips to Survive a Department of Labor Audit, and How to Apply for or Renew the PA 5% Safety Credit.
January 27th @ 10 AM – 11 AM
What to Expect During an OSHA Inspection
Course Description: Join us for a review of the OSHA inspection process. Understanding the expectations of the compliance officer and how best to communicate during the inspection is key! In this course, employers will learn how to prepare for an OSHA inspection from the opening conference, through the walk-through, and into the closing conference. We will explain the type of events that can trigger an OSHA inspection, as well as some of the areas the compliance officer will be examining closely. This course also covers the citations and appeals process.
February 10th @ 10 AM – 11 AM
Sexual Harassment & Cultural Competence
Course Description: Learn about Title VII of the Civil Rights Act and other laws regarding workplace harassment. Learn what harassment is and isn’t and train your employees to recognize and report harassment. By the conclusion of this webinar, you will be able to identify unwelcome behaviors and hostile work environments and your employees, managers and supervisors will understand their responsibilities.
Once the analysis is completed, we will deliver solid customized strategies to assist you in achieving your objectives and to enable monitors to help assure success longitudinally. We will help you improve your bottom line.
Incidents, Accidents, and Losses cost you time and money. Our job is to discover and then help you attack the real reasons bad things happen to good organizations.
- Together We must invest our skills and analytic ability to find out where unmanaged exposures exist.
- Together We can find the best solution to manage those exposures.
- Together We will develop methods and procedures to implement key strategies to manage your exposures.
- Together We Can Control Your Losses.
- On-Site Safety and Risk Management Assessment.
- Development of a Comprehensive Risk Management Plan.
- Compliance and Accreditation Based Physical Plant Inspections.
- Development of an Individualized Safety and Risk Management Manual.
- Aggressive Claims Management.
- Mentoring for Your Safety Officer and/or Risk Manager.
- Develop Internal Controls to Minimize Losses.
- Development of a Workers’ Compensation Risk Management Program.
- Customize Training Programs, such as Ethical Boundaries, Sexual Harassment and Cultural Competence, Safety Committee Development and Training, Defensive Driving, Clinical Systems Risk Management.
- Custom-Tailored Risk Management/Loss Control Programs to Fit Your Organizations Unique Needs.
- Quality and Timely Risk Assessment and Loss Prevention Services.
- Wide Range of Products and Safety Resources.
- Risk Management/Loss Control Information Line.
- Safety and Health VHS and DVD Lending Library – free checkouts of the following videos (those marked with the * are on VHS, all others are on DVD):
- Accident Reporting*
- Active Shooter: Surviving an Attack
- A Practical Approach to Ladder Safety
- Back Basics – Back Injury Prevention (Healthcare)
- Back Safety
- Back Safety for Home Care Workers*
- Best’s Loss Control Manual
- Bloodborne Pathogens: Bloodbug Barriers*
- Bloodborne Pathogens for the Workplace*
- Distracted Driving – NEW!
- Effective Safety Committees*
- Emotional Wreck
- Evaluating Near Misses*
- Fire Extinguishers*
- Fire Prevention in the Office
- Fire Safety: Everyone’s Job
- First Aid: Until Help Arrives
- Forklift Safety*
- Hazard Communication: A Healthy Responsibility*
- Healthcare Safety Orientation*
- Healthcare Violence*
- Heat Stress *
- Home Health Safety Orientation*
- Home Healthcare Violence: Be Smart, Be Safe*
- How to Prevent Slips and Falls*
- Human Behavior – Reducing Unsafe Acts*
- Injuries and Illness Prevention Plans*
- Introduction to Fall Production
- Introduction to Special Education Bus Driving
- Investigating Accidents*
- It’s Your Back, Don’t Break It: Back Safety for Home Health*
- Job Safety Hazards – Quick Clip
- Lifting Patients from Beds*
- Lockout / Tagout*
- Lockout / Tagout of Energy Sources
- Machine Guarding – NEW!
- Office Ergonomics*
- Overexertion: Injury Prevention*
- Poisonous Plant Safety*
- Powered Pallet Jack Safety*
- Preventing Bloodborne Pathogens
- Preventing Disease Transmission*
- Preventing Sexual Harassment – Employees*
- Preventing Sexual Harassment – Managers & Supervisors*
- Pro Active Safety – The Total Quality Approach*
- Right to Know for Home Care Workers*
- Safety in the Kitchen
- Safety Matters*
- Safety Wise Guys: Fire Safety
- Sexual Harassment in Healthcare: New Perspectives*
- Sexual Harassment in Healthcare: New Perspectives
- Slips, Trips & Falls – NEW!
- Slips, Trips, and Falls, Real-Life
- Slips, Trips, and Falls: Taking the Right Steps
- Snowplow Safety on the Road
- Steps for Safe Lifting and Carrying*
- Think Safe: Home Security*
- Transporting Passengers with Special Needs*
- Tuberculosis Awareness*
- Winning Workforce: Sexual Harassment
- Workplace Violence
Speak with one of our Brown & Brown Advisors.
Built to Last. ™
There is hardly a business, industrial or professional insurance situation that has not presented itself to Brown & Brown of Lehigh Valley – our commercial customers include General Business and Construction, Health and Human Services (including Child Welfare and Schools), Transportation and Towing, Community Associations, Governmental Entities, and Religious Institutions. And on a more personal note, insurance is available for your home and autos, recreational vehicles and watercraft, fine art, jewelry and other collectables.