State Risk Management
While you can’t eliminate stress, you can choose to respond to it with different coping methods. This course stresses the impact of unmanaged stress, describes coping methods you might choose from and offers options for crafting a higher quality of life.
Preventing slips, trips, and falls is fairly inexpensive and easy, but often ignored in the daily routine of trying to get work done quickly and efficiently. This course defines slips, trips and falls and details how you can avoid them.
CPR given at the scene can improve a victim’s chances of survival and recovery. This course will demonstrate how to recognize and respond to the four life-threatening emergencies until the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) personnel arrive.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) 29 CFR 1910.120 regulations mandate training for all individuals who are involved in Hazardous Waste Operations or in emergency response to hazardous substance releases - this is usually called HAZWOPER training.
Statewide Safety Committee
The Statewide Safety Committee’s mission is “To promote a safe and healthy work environment for all Nebraska state employees.” The committee meets bi-monthly and encourages state employees to make recommendations and suggestions that will assist in accomplishing the group’s mission.
Who has the ultimate responsibility in assuring that you work safely? YOU!!! The Statewide Safety Committee wants your input on how to ensure that state employees work in the safest possible manner. Workplace safety is the responsibility of each individual and each agency. To promote workplace safety, the Statewide Safety Committee needs input from all agencies.
Committee Members: (Under Construction)