Creating a Safer Workplace for Your Staff with Grainger Online Safety Manager


Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Speaker: Rick Cowman, QSSP & OSHA 30, Sr Manager, Service and Solutions Development, Grainger; Mark Schwartz, Director of Medical Center Facilities, University of Rochester Medical Center; Tony Martinez, VP of Quality & Marketing, Audit Pro

ASHE’s Lunch and Learn webinar series covers variety of topics and solutions for those who design, build, operate, and maintain hospitals. These webinars, which range from 30 to 45 minutes, are a way to find out about new innovations and stay up-to-date on critical issues – all on your lunch break.


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Noncompliance with OSHA regulations can lead to injuries, deaths, and hefty fines. An infographic from Grainger, an ASHE sponsor, breaks down the costs and shows the additional revenue needed to recoup resources lost to workplace injuries.

Learn how investments in safety don’t just reduce injuries and fatalities, lower workers’ compensation costs, and reduce the cost and likelihood of OSHA penalties, but can also have significant impacts on productivity and financial performance, as well as increased employee job satisfaction.

Please Note: This is a Lunch & Learn webinar and is not eligible for CEUs.

DISCLAIMER: The views expressed by presenters in this webinar should not be construed as directly representing the views of the American Society for Health Care Engineering (ASHE). ASHE does not endorse any products or services promoted in this webinar.


ASHE members have access to select recordings of past webinars and conference sessions. Visit the ASHE On Demand Learning page to access these resources.



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