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Webinars for Employers

Learn how to keep employees safe on the job without ever leaving the office. Our safety services support center hosts webinars on the first Friday of each month at 12:00 noon CST. Register for an upcoming webinar below or view one of our many past webinars.

If you have questions about workplace safety, call our safety services support center at 844-WORKSAFE (967-5723) or email safety@texasmutual.com.

Upcoming webinars

Webinars are scheduled regularly. Check here often for upcoming webinars.

Past webinars

Webinars will be posted online in the week following the live webinar presentation.

OSHA Compliance and Beyond

Navigating the waters of OSHA regulations can be tough. We’ll discuss some frequently asked questions and best practices regarding OSHA compliance, and provide resources that can help you stay up to date.

OSHA’s Top Ten

Many companies never receive a visit from OSHA, but we can all learn from those that do. We’ll list the top 10 regulations cited by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) during fiscal year 2019 and how to avoid them at your workplace.

OSHA's Fatal Four

What are OSHA’s fatal four and how do you avoid becoming a victim of them? We will discuss how to keep your employees safe from OSHA’s fatal four hazards.

Workplace Violence

Do you know how to protect yourself in an incident involving workplace violence? This month we’ll discuss some methods of preparing for violent incidents in the workplace, including company procedures that can help prevent them.

First Aid: Are you Ready?

Incidents happen on the job every day. Are you ready to administer first aid if necessary? We will discuss the basics of first aid and what to do in an emergency situation.

Emergency Action Plans

Do your employees know what to do in the event of an emergency? We’ll explain what should be included in your emergency action plan and how to train your employees.

Return to Work

Returning your employee to productive work after an injury has many benefits, including a faster recovery time, improved morale and a lower claim cost. Learn how to implement a successful return to work program for your organization.

Personal Protective Equipment

Are your employees using their personal protective equipment (PPE) correctly? We’ll discuss the correct uses of PPE and provide creative tips for getting employees to follow the rules.

Forklifts and Heavy Equipment

Does your company use heavy machinery and equipment? Injuries and deaths caused by these types of accidents are on the rise. Learn how to decrease the risk of injuries and deaths by implementing a strong safety program.

Driver Safety

April is driving safety month, so we’re discussing ways to keep your employees safe while on the road. We’ll discuss how to create a driver safety program to protect your employees.

Minimizing Hazards in the Workplace

Does your company have a process to actively identify potential hazards in the workplace? Learn how to use safety inspections to identify hazards and ensure all current and potential hazards are corrected or controlled.

‘Tis the Season for OSHA Recordkeeping

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires certain employers to post their Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses (OSHA Form 300A) between Feb. 1 and April 30 of every year. We’ll explain the recordkeeping criteria and walk you through the process of completing the log. Additionally, we’ll discuss the requirements of electronic reporting.

Workplace Safety: A New Year’s Resolution

Create a new year’s resolution for your organization by recommitting to the importance of safety. We’ll review the core elements of a solid safety program and discuss how to make sure that your program is working.

OSHA’s Top 10 List

We all know the consequences of not following the rules, but some still get caught. We’ll list the top 10 regulations cited by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration during fiscal year 2018 and how to use them to improve your safety training.

Safety Program 101 for Safety Managers

Are you a safety manager wanting to implement a comprehensive safety program? This webinar will discuss key elements to building a safety program and how to incorporate it in your company.

Illness in the Workplace

The office can be a breeding ground for sickness, especially during flu season. Learn how to stop the spread of germs and help keep your employees as healthy as possible.

Ready to Weather the Storm

Every year Texas sees our share of fires, tornadoes and floods. Are you prepared to respond when a disaster strikes? We'll discuss ways to prepare yourself, whether at home or at work.

Back to School Safety

For millions of people, August is back to school month. Learn what precautions we all need to take now that school is back in session.

Heat Stress

Wow! It's hot out there! Learn how to protect your employees from heat illness during the summer months. 

Preventing Stress at Work

Are you or your employees a little too stressed lately? Find out how you can reduce your stress levels and increase productivity in the workplace.

The Importance of Timely Claims Reporting

How reporting a claim timely benefits both you and the injured employee.

OSHA's Calling, Now What?

OSHA is responsible for enforcing federal safety and health regulations. Learn how OSHA selects workplaces to inspect, what OSHA agents look for during the inspection and what you should do to make it run smoothly.

Active Shooter

How do you keep your employees safe when you have an active shooter on the premises? We’ll discuss how to prepare for an active shooter situation and provide tips for keeping your employees safe in the moment.

Winter Driving

It’s that time of year again! Rain, sleet and snow can cause some serious accidents. We’ll discuss how you can protect yourself and your employees with winter driving safety tips.

Developing (and Maintaining) a Successful Safety Culture

Having a safe work environment requires teamwork and commitment from each member of the organization. We'll discuss how to create a safety culture that keeps employees involved and promotes safe behavior all year long.

OSHA’s Silica Standard

About 2.3 million workers are exposed to silica each year. We’ll talk about the dangers associated with respirable silica and cover the requirements associated with OSHA’s new ruling.

OSHA's Top 10

We all know the consequences of not following the rules, but some still get caught. We’ll list the top 10 regulations cited by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration last year and how to avoid them.

Distracted Driving: Don't talk or text yourself to death

Motor vehicle accidents are consistently at the top of the charts for injuries and deaths. We'll discuss how distractions affect our driving and how to remain focused behind the wheel.

The Aftermath of an Accident

You used a job safety analysis (JSA) and conducted training, but an incident still occurred. Now what? We'll walk you through the accident investigation process and explain how to use it as a learning tool to prevent future accidents from occurring.

Keeping a Sharp Eye on Safety

Everyone has a job to do when it comes to safety. We'll walk you through a job safety analysis (JSA) and discuss the importance of keeping your employees involved when it comes to hazard awareness and implementing controls. 

What Your eMod Means for Your Business

eMods are known by many names - experience modification rates, EMRs, EMR ratings - and, for many employers, they can be a mysterious number. We'll talk about what this rating is and how it impacts your company.

Wellness at Work

More and more companies are drawing connections between workplace wellness programs and safety records. Wellness programs consist of activities and policies that promote healthy behaviors and the good news is you don't need to invest a lot of money to implement one. We'll share some information on the benefits as well as practical, inexpensive tips you can implement immediately.

Space-Age Times & Stone-Age Minds

Despite the advancement of modern technology related to safety and security, we are still challenged by the human beings using this technology. Cameras, alarms and access controls do little good if your people let or even "invite" the wrong people in.

Likewise, if you have a workforce that is primarily outside of the workplace interacting with an (unknown) public, cameras, alarms and access controls no longer apply, and yet you are just as liable for their safety and security in the field as those who work in the office. And in data security, firewalls do little to mitigate your risks if outside forces hack your "people" instead of your computers through various social engineering schemes, including bribery and blackmail. So, what is the answer?

We asked noted risk management and threat assessment strategist, Jeff McKissack, President of Defense By Design, to help us address these issues and challenges.

Safety Meetings: Back to Basics

Are your safety meetings feeling repetitive? We'll discuss some core elements of conducting safety meetings and how to help your employees get the most out of them.

e-Learning—Safety Training with Virtually No Hassle

Our new free e-Learning tool makes workplace safety training simple, easy and effective. We'll show you how to access online training modules, assign them to your employees and track their progress, all from the comfort of your office.

OSHA Recordkeeping

Employers are required to post their Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses, or OSHA 300A, between February 1 and April 30. Learn how to complete the log and find out about the new electronic submission process.

Get the Most out of Your Safety Program

In this webinar, we discuss what to do after you implement your safety program and how to make sure your employees stick to it all year.

OSHA's Electronic Injury Reporting Rule

In this webinar, we cover recent updates to OSHA's injury reporting rule and answer frequently asked questions about the rule.

Industrial Hygiene - What You Can't See Can Hurt You

You can't see the virus that causes the flu, but you can protect yourself by washing your hands regularly. Proper hygiene is also critical in protecting employees from other unseen hazards, such as poor air quality and loud noise. It's called industrial hygiene, and we explain the basics during this brief presentation.

Zika 101

Do you have questions about the Zika virus and how it could affect you? Learn what the Zika virus is, how it's transmitted and the risks you may face.

Here's a Top 10 List You Don't Want to be On

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) sets workplace standards, and it expects employers to comply. Unfortunately, some don't. We'll review OSHA's 10 most frequently violated standards and provide tips for protecting your employees.

Safety Currents

From the Zika virus to new OSHA regulations to the latest tech tools, workplace safety constantly evolves. Busy employers simply don't have time to keep up. We'll get you up to speed on trending safety issues you need to know about.

Tips for a Slip, Trip and Fall-Free Work Day

Cluttered walkways, wet floors and unsafe behaviors make navigating the workplace a slippery proposition. In fact, slips, trips and falls are the second-leading cause of workplace injuries. Tune into this webinar for practical tips on keeping your employees' feet on solid ground.

Keep Your Cool this Summer

It's spring time in Texas, and you know what that means. It's gonna be melt-the-paint-off-your-car hot in a matter of weeks. If your employees work in extreme heat, they are at risk of serious heat-related illness. We'll teach you how to keep them cool and on the job this summer.

OSHCON: We're with the Government, and We're Here to Help

If an OSHA inspector comes knocking, you want to be ready. The Occupational Safety and Health Consultation (OSHCON) program can help. OSHCON program manager Chris D'Amura from the Division of Workers' Compensation will explain how you can leverage this free service to boost your compliance efforts.

The What, Why and How of Return-to-Work

An investment in return-to-work (RTW) is an investment in your employees and your bottom line. We'll show you the benefits of launching an RTW program, share tips for creating your program and debunk common misconceptions about the process.

'Tis the Season for OSHA Recordkeeping

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires employers to post their Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses, more commonly known as the OSHA 300A, between Feb. 1 and April 30 of every year. We'll answer your burning questions and walk you through the process of completing the log.

Workplace Safety: A Resolution You Can Live With

Is your safety program getting stale? We'll give you a few practical tips for recharging your batteries and sending your employees home injury-free in 2016.

Traffic Accidents: Steering Clear of the Leading Causes of Fatalities

The most dangerous hazard your employees face on the job might be something they consider second nature: driving. Traffic accidents cause 40 percent of workplace fatalities. Learn how to develop a driving safety program and protect your employees.

Wellness Programs: Your Gateway to a Healthier, Safer Workforce

Employee wellness and employee safety are inseparable. Learn how to break down the silos between the two programs and maintain a healthy, safe workforce.

Everyone Wins with Return-to-Work

The sooner injured employees get back on the team, the lower the costs in terms of workers' comp benefits and lost productivity. What's more, injured workers who return to the job recover faster. We'll show you how to make return-to-work work for you and your employees.

Loss Analysis: A Safety Story Waiting to be Told

Behind your company's injury data is a story waiting to be told. Learn how to evaluate your safety program by looking at the "big picture" provided by your injury data.

The Highlight Reel

Missed one of our monthly webinars? Get the highlights during this overview of our 2015 first and second quarter offerings. As a bonus, we'll give you a virtual tour of our multimedia safety resource center, a free tool available exclusively to Texas Mutual policyholders.

Safety Training: Speaking Your Employees' Language

Everyone learns differently. Learn how to get the most out of your employee safety training and access free Texas Mutual safety training resources.

The Hierarchy of Controls: 5 Pillars of Workplace Safety

Hazard prevention and control strategies are not created equally. We'll show you how to put the hierarchy of safety controls to work in preventing accidents.

Transforming Accidents into Improvement Opportunities

Don't think of accidents and near misses as failures in your safety program. Embrace them as improvement opportunities.

Safety Inspections: Uncovering the Hazards that Lead to Injuries

The best time to identify workplace hazards is before an injury happens. Learn how to partner with your employees to identify and address the hazards that lead to injuries.

Core Elements of a Safety Program

Workplace safety doesn't have to be complicated. We'll break the process down into its core elements and point you to free resources to help you on your journey toward a safer workplace.

What to Expect from an OSHA Inspection

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is the agency responsible for enforcing federal safety regulations. Learn how OSHA selects workplaces to inspect and what OSHA agents look for during the inspection process.

Free Workplace Safety Resources to Improve Your Bottom Line

Take a tour of Texas Mutual's safety resource center, and learn how to access thousands of free training materials to help you improve your safety program and boost your bottom line.

Health Care Fraud and Abuse

How to spot health care fraud and abuse.

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