Reasons why you should read these slides:
It’s totally focused on your industry, versus a general industry session.
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 the each policy year. This means that companies who are group/group retrospective rated participants with an injury claim filed between Jan. 1, 2012 and Dec. 31, 2012 (calendar year 2012) must attend safety training, regardless of the size or severity of the claim. Per BWC guidelines, each company policy owner is required to fulfill separately the two-hour training requirement and may designate any company representative to attend.
Failing to meet this requirement could jeopardize your group/group retrospective rating program status.
The ORA is one of Ohio’s leading providers of foodservice-specific health and safety educational initiatives. The association links members of the foodservice industry with industry leaders that take an active involvement in educating them about procedures and policies that can reduce and prevent accidents in their establishments.
The association understands that members don’t have the time and availability to sit through hours and hours of educational meetings that focus on addressing all of the health and safety concerns that can befall a restaurant. That’s why we target our educational seminars to specific areas of operation, like back-of-the-house and front-of-the-house training programs.
Reading these slides will not give you credit. You must participate in live educational event.