Date: Thursday, March 18, 2021
Time: 02:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Duration: 1 hour
Accidents, injuries, damages, absenteeism, medical bills, workers’ comp premiums, lawsuits, regulatory fines… when it comes to owning or operating a dealership, preventing loss is as important to your bottom line as driving sales.
More often than not, dealerships have some kind of environmental health and safety policy in place. The problem is that what’s on paper doesn’t always reflect reality. So how can you ensure your dealership’s EHS policies become practice?
Join KPA’s District Supervisor, Zach Pucillo, CSP, CHMM, as he reviews how dealerships can adopt strategies to promote a culture of safety, boost productivity and prevent loss. Together, we’ll discuss:
- How to engage your current workforce and make safety a habit
- How to cater to a new, younger workforce who may be risk tolerant
- Training, documentation, recordkeeping and analysis of best practices
Brought to you by:
Zach Pucillo, CSP, CHMM
Zach has more than 14 years of EHS experience and has conducted countless on-site environmental and safety facility audits. He’s written safety programs, conducted safety training classes, lead safety committee meetings, and more. Zach is a Certified SafetyProfessional, a Certified Hazardous Materials Manager, and a former OSHA outreach trainer.