This webinar recorded on March 30, 2021 is part of Grainger’s new Environmental Health and Safety webinar series focused on serious injuries and fatalities (SIFs) and solutions Grainger provides. Presented in collaboration with ASSP, this webinar provides a high-level overview of SIF exposures. The speakers discuss non-fatal versus fatal injuries rates, actual versus potential exposures, and the crucial role of the hazard identification, risk assessment and control processes. They also identify key high-risk activities and precursors that contribute to SIFs, and future webinars in the series will focus on four of these high-risk activities.
Grainger is proud to be a key ASSP stakeholder and to collaborate with ASSP to discuss the SIFs and what can be done to address them.
In this session for all experience levels, you’ll:
- Define serious injuries and fatalities (SIFs)and recognize the impact on businesses and families
- Discuss best practices from organizations that are making a difference
- Explain the role SIF potential plays in reducing serious injuries and fatalities
- Review how to use tools such as an SIF assessment to begin focusing on SIFs
Travis Kruse, Ph.D., CSP, CHMM
Senior Director, Grainger Safety Strategy and Solutions
Travis Kruse is a certified safety professional (CSP), certified drinking and wastewater operator, certified hazardous materials manager (CHMM) and laser safety officer. In addition, he is an authorized instructor for the OSHA Training Institute and an associate lead auditor for ISO 9001/14001/45001.
Tim Fisher, CSP, CHMM, CPEA, ARM, STS, CAE
Director, Standards Development and Technical Services, ASSP
A member of ASSP staff since 1995, Fisher oversees the Society’s standards-development activities. During his ASSP career, he also served as manager of governmental affairs and relations.
By registering for this webinar, you consent to share your contact information, including your email address, with our sponsor and acknowledge you may be contacted by them in the future. Views expressed by speakers or other participants in the session are those of the individuals and do not necessarily reflect the views of ASSP nor should they be considered an expression of official policy by ASSP.