Topic: American Red Cross Announces New Product Offering – OSHA 10 and 30 Hour Training
This webinar is offered on Thursday, November 13, 2014, 2 PM (EST), 11 AM (PST)
Overview: Start your employees off right with OSHA 10 and 30 hour training from the leader in workplace safety training. Beginning October 31, 2014, the American Red Cross, in partnership with Summit Training Source, will offer both OSHA 10 and OSHA 30 for Construction and General Industry.
With over 70,000 injuries in the construction industry each year, there’s a serious need for a better program that provides education for workers and employers on safety and health hazards in the construction and general industries.
Join us November 13th at 2pm EST to learn how…
The new offerings can benefit your organization
The online version delivers effective learning and better management of your employees’ valuable time
To qualify for volume discounts
OSHA 10 and 30 training fits into your multi-year, continuum approach to workplace safety training excellence
A Q&A session will be held during the last 15 minutes of the Webinar.
Speaker: Thomas C. Heneghan Senior Manager- Business Continuity Services Preparedness and Health & Safety Services American Red Cross, National Headquarters
Tom Heneghan oversees the development and operations of preparedness programs designed to help businesses, schools and organizations become better prepared for disasters and other emergencies. Since joining the American Red Cross in 1993, Tom has worked primarily in the implementation and delivery of national preparedness and health and safety training programs. These programs reach approximately 11 million individuals each year.
Since 2010, Tom has managed the Ready Rating program; a free, web-based membership program that guides organizations on how to quantitatively measure their level of disaster preparedness; and then take the actions needed to continually improve that level. Tom also oversees a suite of programs and services designed to help organizations test their ability to respond to disasters and other life-threatening emergencies through exercises and drills. These allow the organization to determine the effectiveness of their emergency plans and their employees’ ability to implement those plans before a disaster happens.
Tom lives in Falls Church, VA with his family. He holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.