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Image of Wet Floor SignFeatured Topic: Client Visit Safety

Self-Guided Virtual Course

Employees working in the Human Services and Home Healthcare industries provide a variety of services aimed at improving the lives of the clients or patients they interact with daily. Some of these services are provided during off-site visits, though the type of assistance offered can vary greatly by organization and client population.  This course will provide some tips to help keep you, your coworkers and clients free from injury during off-site professional visits to a client or patient.

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Self-Guided Virtual Training Courses

Kitchen Safety
For those that work in food preparation, understanding the unique hazards that are present during daily activities in the kitchen can be crucial when it comes to injury prevention in the workplace. During this course, we go over how to identify some of the more common hazards and injuries that occur in the kitchen as well as how to prevent them. 

Ladder Safety
Ladders are an essential tool used every day by many employees in a variety of environments. Falls from ladders can cause significant injuries and many of these accidents can be prevented by following just a few basic steps. During this training we highlight the importance of selecting the right ladder for the job, conducting ladder inspections and proper ladder handling techniques.

The unexpected release of energy while servicing or maintaining machines and equipment can cause serious, even catastrophic injuries. OSHA’s lockout/tagout standard, known as the Control of Hazardous Energy, is designed to protect employees from these types of injuries. This training will take a look at lockout/tagout devices, authorized vs. affected employees, types of energy sources and steps for a successful lockout/tagout. 

OSHA Recordkeeping: Requirements & Best Practices
Whether you are in a Federal OSHA state, or a state that runs its own Occupational Safety and Health plan, the same recordkeeping requirements apply. Every state must meet or exceed the federal guidelines regarding this topic. In this training, we will address OSHA’s specific recordkeeping requirements as they pertain to the OSHA 300, 300-A, and 301.

Slips, Trips & Falls
In the United States, approximately 25,000 slips, trips and falls occur every day resulting in injuries that could otherwise be avoided. Despite the fact that slips, trips and falls are 100% preventable, they account for 15% of all workplace accidents and are the second leading cause of workplace injuries. During this course, we discuss the benefits of Hazard Identification and Good Housekeeping and cover some personal best practices you can maintain to prevent a slip, trip or fall while working. 

Transitional Duty Programs
In the event of a work-related injury, a successful Transitional Duty Program can help minimize claims costs, reduce negative impact to your experience modification factor and allow an injured worker to transition back to work. This module will provide you with a better understanding of Transitional Duty Program implementation & the importance of minimizing claims costs which can directly impact insurance premiums.


Recorded Webinars

Transitional Duty & Proactive Claims Management
(Please complete the registration form to gain access to the recorded link). 
In this webinar, we discuss the claims handling process and the steps we take to proactively manage the claim for your people and your business. We also discuss the importance of a Transitional Duty Program and provide helpful guidelines to help you implement a formal program in your workplace. This webinar is a great resource for individuals across all lines, and there is no requirement for any prior experience.

Hazard Identification
(Please complete the registration form to gain access to the recorded link). 
In this webinar, we provide insight on the activities involved in evaluating risks and recognizing hazards at your facility. The goal will be to identify the root cause of the hazard in order to take steps to eliminate or control within the organization’s risk tolerance. This webinar is open to an audience with little inspection experience to those with routine exposure, regardless of industry. 


Featured Resources & SafetyConnections

Strategies for Effective Accident Investigation

We all work hard to provide a safe workplace for our employees. Once an accident or incident occurs, the goal of your investigation is to find the fundamental or root cause(s) of the incident and make the appropriate changes so that the incident doesn’t occur again.

OSHA Recordkeeping Resource Sheet

Accurate recordkeeping is an important part of your responsibility as an employer and helps you keep track of what is going on in your organization. Good records are also an integral part of your compliance efforts and can assist with measuring improvement. This resource sheet can help you determine when it is appropriate to record an injury or illness.

Incident Reporting: I Think I'm Hurt - Now What?

It is everyone's responsibility to work together and make every effort to minimize on-the-job injuries. If an injury does occur, however, it is important that employees are aware of the appropriate procedures to follow. 

Claim Resources

Visit this page to download important claim resources, view instructions on what to do when a workplace incident occurs and access your post-incident medical treatment kit. Also available from this page is the ability to locate an in-network provider and pharmacy.


For more information or to request resources, please contact our Risk Management Services department by email at [email protected].

The resources on this page provide general information and suggestions related to workplace safety programs only. State requirements and individual workplace conditions and circumstances vary, and the information contained herein cannot replace or substitute for the services of trained professionals. Although the information contained herein was obtained from sources believed to be reliable, Key Risk makes no warranty and assumes no liability or responsibility for the correctness, sufficiency, or completeness of this information or any damages incurred resulting from the use of this information.