This course was developed to meet the OSHA, FEMA, and American Red Cross guidelines and standards related to Emergency Preparedness, at work and home, and covers types of emergencies, how to act in an emergency, accessing information, assembling emergency kits, establishing communications, planning, and evacuation.
Throughout September, CDC and more than 3000 organizationsa€”national, regional, and local governments, as well as private and public organizationsa€”will support emergency preparedness efforts and encourage Americans to take action. The skills of building a culture of trust are vital to promote clear accountability, powerful engagement and natural delegation. The step-by-step approach to accountability will be outlined so that all participants understand the path to clear agreements.
This practice and demonstration course will assist participants in developing or reviewing their workplace learning systems.
Examine the construction and delivery of training content to give you immediate application of practical training course development.
Bring a laptop or tablet with an internet browser, and learn from our experienced facilitator, Clint Myrick. Facilitator: Clint Myrick has over 35 years of industry experience in Engineering, Operations, and Administration roles with Kraft Foods, HJ Heinz and The Clorox Company. Disrespectful behavior is more common in the workplace than harassment and can be just as destructive.
This class is offered as a one-day workshop, designed to help team members and leaders use the Five Dysfunctions model as a way to improve team effectiveness so that their work group can achieve their full potential. Leaders will be provided with an in-depth understanding of the model and tools for applying the theory in order to help their teams become more productive and cooperative. On-Site Option: This seminar can be facilitated as a powerful experience with either intact teams or people throughout the organization.
In this hands-on session, learn the basics of total compensation development, design and strategy and work through various scenarios designed to help you better assess and develop a total compensation strategy for your organization. Job Descriptions are one of the foundations of success for any position within an organization - from the hiring process to performance management to minimizing legal risk.
In this hands-on and highly interactive session, participants will be presented with a case study and asked to resolve a complex and challenging compliance related problem(s). Participants will be provided a variety of resources, tools and information to create a realistic experience. Many organizations make major mistakes in their recognition programs that undermine commitment and teamwork. Receive written descriptions of both key actions and the top ten creative ways Oregon organizations recognize good work.
The unemployment benefits process is complex, and there aren’t a lot of good resources out there to help you understand it. Our presenter, Ryan Orr, was an administrative law judge handling unemployment hearings for several years and is looking forward to demystifying the process for you.
Through a series of case studies and group work, this interactive session is designed to put the theories of strengths-based leadership and employee engagement into action with the goal of equipping you and your team to better attract, retain and engage your workforce while demonstrating a positive impact on the bottom line. Being a lead demands you strike a difficult balance between being a worker and being a supervisor. Engaged leaders are the key drivers of initiatives that ensure the "people programs” in a company support and contribute to the mission and strategic objectives of the organization.
Offered three times a year, this two-day program delivers insightful strategies that promote consistent leadership practices.
Increasing awareness of workplace harassment is one of the most important steps employers can take to reduce associated risk and ensure employees have a respectful work environment. This AchieveGlobal workshop provides skills for developing the service mindset and behaviors that cement loyalty with your internal and external customers.


This class is easily customized for specific industries, and can be brought to your worksite. All supervisors and managers need to know how to recognize the signs and symptoms of and effectively respond to drug and alcohol use. In this fun and interactive class, explore the three key considerations we all must make when expressing ourselves.
Most workplaces have employees who have the responsibility of passing on specific information to the rest of the workgroup. Come join us for a dynamic hands-on learning experience that will sharpen your skills and spice-up your training. Complete a Learning Style Analysis and look at ways of adjusting your style and approach to the learner. Understand the critical differences in the various trainer roles (Administrator, Instructor, Facilitator, Mentor) and how to balance these roles. Promote Awareness of First-Aid Basics, Injury Prevention, Child and Family Safety, and More! Our products can help prospective pet owners understand the responsibilities and challenges of caring for a pet, along with pet safety and general animal-safety guidelines, and important rabies prevention information. With our publications, you can quickly and easily spell out the dangers of not securing poisons -- and educate people on poison prevention, and how to make their homes safer and respond if a poisoning incident should occur.
From steps for making a work environment as safe as possible to recognizing the warning signs of workplace violence, our workplace-safety resources can help people in your community get home safe and sound when the day ends. No part of this site may be reproduced in any form without written permission of the publisher. Addess the #1 Fire Cause in America - See the Guardian III fire protection system solution. Emergency Services, in coordination, conjunction and collaboration with all city departments will maximize the City's potential to prevent against, prepare for, respond to and recover from both natural and man-made emergencies and disasters.
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For more information on the full series, please visit the HR Academy Certificate Program page. Learn proven techniques for guiding and motivating employees and supervisors toward taking increased responsibility and sensible risks while reaching higher levels of performance.
In this session participants will learn the core components of an effective accountability strategy and explore trust-building approaches to employee engagement. Lay the foundation of a Learning Management Process: explore training curriculum construction for specific roles in your organization. While in the Clorox Company he was the principle designer of the learning management process used throughout the sourcing, manufacturing and distribution functions in the company.
Develop an action plan for presenting the Five Dysfunctions model to your team and using the model to improve your teams’ functioning. In a post-recession labor market focused not only on base pay, but on total compensation, employers are challenged with how to use their total compensation package to attract and retain top talent.
This session will guide you through the 12 critical parts of getting prepared for emergencies – disasters, communications and power failures, workplace violence, etc.
Our team will provide guidance and support as you put your own HR compliance knowledge to the test. Whether you are new or experienced and well-trained, build on your insights about how to create a productive workplace -- an organization that emphasizes the positive and gains employee commitment to excellent results.
Giving positive recognition is both a skill and an art, but most of all it is a commitment.


We are pleased to announce a special presentation aimed at simplifying the law and giving you special insider tips to help you understand how unemployment benefits work. For others, it’s an issue that perhaps they’ve either never heard of, or thought it might not pertain to them or their organization. In this lab, we'll teach you how, but the accuracy of your prediction has a lot to do with your organization's leadership. Discuss how to get the job done when you (and everybody else) know that you have little authority.
Typically conducted on-site, this offering provides an opportunity for employees and supervisors who may be new to your organization or who may have missed previous training. Learn the core skills and attitudes every individual should have, regardless of your industry or position within the organization. Learn the steps you’ll be expected to take and get the tools you need regarding reasonable suspicion for drug and alcohol testing.
These skills are critical whether you are addressing your team members at a meeting or simply discussing some ideas with a coworker. It might be safety, some procedure or technique, maybe some important "tribal knowledge” critical to the success of your business. Our child-safety handbooks, tabbed reference guides, and other resources provide valuable child injury prevention and family safety advice. Count on our first-aid guides, first-aid booklets, and other outreach tools to detail essential information. Many of our booklets, self-care handbooks, workbooks, brochures, pamphlets, group presentation packages, and other publications have trademarked names. They include locations of exits, safe refuge areas, fire extinguishers, first aid kits, and other vital information pertinent to your facility. Without a proper understanding of those laws, compliance can be a challenge, especially when you factor in your supervisors. Sometimes it is difficult to put into words where the gap is between the way we want things to be and the way things really are. Come participate in a discussion of four key principles that are at the foundation of establishing and improving communication across workplaces, at home, everywhere. He has a BS in Industrial and Systems Engineering from San Jose State University and a Masters in Business Administration from University of Delaware. In this workshop, we will explore what leaders and organizations do poorly and do well - the do's and don'ts of praise and showing appreciation.
This course is designed to provide you with the most current wage and hour laws to help keep your workplace compliant. It often has something to do with others understanding the “important” things and our understanding of what is important to someone else. Expect to gain practical tips on how to improve your communication practices and communicate more effectively and efficiently. Sometimes it is a desire for more clarity on where the heck we should be headed and how we can help each other get there.



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