Please plan to come to the next meeting of the South Louisiana STEPS Network on Thursday, July 21 in Lafayette, LA. My colleague from CORE Occupational Medicine, John Landry, and I will be talking to the group about the importance of handling worker injuries properly and the things that companies should focus on in the first 15 minutes after an injury occurs.
STEPS Meeting Details – The STEPS network is a formal alliance between OSHA and the oil and gas injury. There are 20 different STEPS chapters that meet around the country. Their goal is to serve as a forum to discuss safety issues and to provide an opportunity for industry and OSHA officials to work towards the safety and protection of oilfield workers.
Admission is free and the meeting will be held:
8:30 a.m., Thursday July 21
Safety Management Systems
2916 N. University Ave., Lafayette, LA 70507
Our Speech – We will focus on the steps that companies should take right after an employee is or may be injured. Study after study shows that the actions you take right after an incident play a large role in determining whether the worker will receive the right treatment, whether the worker winds up on workers comp and how long he or she may stay off the job. We will also answer your questions on how to interpret OSHA reporting requirements from a medical professional’s standpoint.
CORE Occupational Medicine – CORE is an industry leader in occupational medicine, providing a full spectrum of workplace health services across the entire employee life-cycle in an organization. CORE’s nationwide network of more than 3400 clinics provides the assurance your company will receive the right care at the right time. CORE can help increase workforce health, wellness, and productivity – and reduce overall medical costs.
What if You Can’t Attend? – Drop me a note at Info@lifelinestrategies.com and I will be glad to send you the powerpoint presentation and talk through how it may apply within your company.