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FREE Webinar Opportunity: The Active Shooter and Workplace Violence Threat

Since 2009, deaths from active shooter incidents are up 150% and growing. In addition to the traditional health and safety hazards on the job, millions of workers also experience the threat of violence in the workplace every year ranging from physical assault to homicide. This webinar will provide participants with a proven strategy for developing […]

2024 Leadership Conference | Safety Breakout Sessions

As you plan your schedule for the 2024 Florida Chamber Leadership Conference on Safety, Health + Sustainability, don’t miss out on the Safety Breakout Sessions. These expert-led workplace safety breakout sessions are diverse, catering to various leadership roles and industry needs. Whether you’re a Safety Manager, CEO, Human Resource professional or business owner, there’s a […]

Learn to Help Someone with QPR Training.

Did you know that you have the power to save a life? It’s true! By learning QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer), a simple and effective mental health training, you can become equipped to help someone in crisis and potentially prevent a tragedy. What is QPR Training? Just like CPR helps with physical emergencies, QPR Training empowers […]

In-Person Training Opportunity at 2024 Leadership Conference

On May 8, 2024, the Florida Chamber Safety Council will be hosting three in-person professional development courses before the 2024 Leadership Conference on Safety, Health + Sustainability. Completing these courses is a great way to fulfill your CEU requirements and stay up-to-date in your field. Risk Assessment Workshop Time: 8am – 4:30pm ET Cost: $285 per person […]

#ICYMI: Safety a must for Florida’s workplaces

Mark Morgan is the Senior Human Resources Manager for Corporate Safety with NextEra Energy. He serves as Chair of the Florida Chamber Safety Council This piece originally appeared in The Palm Beach Post on January 13, 2024.  Florida, with its diverse, approximately $1.5 trillion economy and entrepreneurial spirit, has long been a hub for business […]

New Resource: Safety-Focused Leadership Video Series

Ensuring the safety and well-being of your team is not just a responsibility; it’s a commitment to excellence. At Florida Chamber Safety Council, we understand the crucial role that leadership plays in fostering a culture of safety within the workplace. That’s why we are excited to introduce our latest initiative: the Safety-Focused Leadership Video Series. […]

Unlocking OSHA Compliance: A Webinar Recap You Don’t Want to Miss!

Many employers think their OSHA recordkeeping logs and procedures are fully compliant, only to learn after an OSHA inspection and, in some cases, hundreds of thousands of dollars in penalties, that they were not. This webinar examines the many recordkeeping errors that employers make, especially those involving the use of temporary employees; covers how to coordinate your […]

Webinar Recap | Catastrophic Workplace Accidents: It Could Happen to You

While no employer ever expects a catastrophic workplace accident or incident to occur at their work site, the fact is that these events do happen and it is critical that you have an effective response plan in place. Reacting after the fact will only complicate things. Our final webinar of the year equips you and […]

OSHA Top 10 Violations Released

Last month, OSHA released their most frequently cited standards for 2023. As a safety manager, the first step in being prepared for an OSHA inspection is taking a look at OSHA’s annual top 10 list of most frequently cited safety and health standards to give you an idea of where inspectors are focused and provides […]

Before The Storm: Hurricane Resources & Ways to Prepare Florida’s Communities

Tropical Storm Idalia is rapidly gaining strength and is expected to escalate into a dangerous Category 3 hurricane as it approaches the Florida coast. With projected landfall near the Big Bend of Florida on Wednesday morning, this storm poses a significant threat with its mix of heavy rains, high winds, and potential storm surge. We […]

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