Toledo: Foodservice Safety Training: Human Resources: the foundation for safety in the workplace

When:  Apr 22, 2019 from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM (ET)

The Ohio Restaurant Association (ORA) is sponsoring a FREE in-person safety training session designed specifically for the foodservice industry. This training session includes expert speakers offering safety cost solutions designed to help your business prevent workplace injuries, and reduce your workers’ compensation expenses. You will learn about cost drivers and solutions for avoiding increases in workers’ compensation expenses.

Reasons to attend:  

  • Education & information totally focused on your industry versus a general training session and receive effective conten to help keep down the cost of operating a foodservice business
  • Best practices for partnering with the local health department in different scenarios such as buying, building or remodeling a foodservice/restaurant facility
  • Be aware of the new food safety inspection form and how to partner with local your health department on questions and concerns
  • Identify the necessary food safety certifications for your foodservice facility and employees
  • Learn food safety and employee training options available to fulfill requirements
  • Learn how to recognize opioid addiction in an employee
  • Best practices to protect your brand, employees and guests while reducing your workers’ compensation expenses
  • Gain a legal perspective on HR practices – proving you have a safety program thru documentation, enforcement, and retraining
  • Best practices on changing behavior and attitude of staff within your foodservice operation to have a big impact on your bottom line 
  • Arm yourself with the corrective actions to take in order to make a positive impact on your foodservice facility’s safety behaviors 

**The Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) requires employers who participate in a group/group retrospective rating plan and have had a workers’ compensation claim within the “green year,” to complete two hours of mandatory safety training during each policy year. This means companies that are group/group retrospective-rated participants with an injury claim filed between the dates of July 1, 2016 – September 30, 2017 must attend safety training, regardless of the size or severity of the claim. Per BWC guidelines, each company is required to fulfill the two-hour training requirement and may designate any company representative to attend. 

To assist members who are required to meet Ohio BWC’s requirement, the Ohio Restaurant Association (ORA) is sponsoring a FREE in-person session focusing on foodservice safety. This training session includes expert speakers offering safety cost solutions designed to help your business prevent workplace injuries and reduce your workers’ compensation expenses.

Location

6904 Salisbury Rd
Maumee, OH 43537