Webinar Length: 1 Hour
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 60% of injuries happen to employees who are in their first 90 days on the job. And according to the National Safety Council, the average cost of a workplace injury requiring medical attention is $39,000.
If you are looking for ways to reduce workplace injuries and workers compensation claims, you have come to the right place! Join industry veteran, Greg Bigus from Accord Carton, as he shares best practices for onboarding and retaining your employees that help drive safety, quality, and productivity.
You’ll learn how training technology helps build a strong safety culture by:
- Reducing costly incidents
- Improving production efficiencies
- Ensuring OSHA compliance
Greg BigusPackaging Compliance Manager / Lead SQF Practitioner, Accord Carton
Greg is the Packaging Compliance Manager at Accord Carton Company. He is Lead SQF Practitioner, and Lead SQF / ISO 9001:2015 Internal Auditor. HACCP Certified, Co-Chair of Safety Committee, and Alchemy Trainer. Greg manages all aspects for Organizational Compliance for, SQF, ISO, GMI, Regulatory visits and Social Responsibility. Greg has worked in multiple types of packaging environments such as, Flexible, Rigid, Corrugate, and currently the Folding Carton industry over the past 25 years. Accord Carton manufactures folding cartons for the food, medical device, pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, and the beverage industry. We are currently rated Excellent (97%) by SQF for the manufacture of food packaging.
Doug WilmsmeyerDirector of Strategic Relations, Alchemy
Doug Wilmsmeyer is a seasoned professional focused on helping our food and manufacturing clients achieve their safety and regulatory compliance goals. Since joining Alchemy in 2006, Doug has worked with our customers, account teams and partners to develop and deploy solutions to mitigate client risk. He has cultivated relationships with premier risk-reduction partners, including Lockton and Seyfarth Shaw. Doug spearheaded the effort to educate Alchemy’s clients in advance of the looming OSHA Special Emphasis Program (SEP) that targeted the poultry industry. He brought together experts from OSHA legal defense firms, insurance companies, poultry companies, and Alchemy consulting teams, and formulated a proactive program that prepared clients for the increased scrutiny. The result was that Alchemy poultry clients were better prepared than their peers for the SEP. He also organized webinars and outreach on OSHA’s Joint Employer rule, which has a major impact on our food processing clients.