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6 May, 2019

Risk Assessment
Anchorage, AK
Take the next steps to protect your employees, by implementing risk assessments into your operations and activities.

8 May, 2019

Risk Assessment
Dutch Harbor, AK
Take the next steps to protect your employees, by implementing risk assessments into your operations and activities.

9 May, 2019

OSHA 10 Hour Maritime 7615– Shipyard
Tampa, Florida
This training is conducted on two separate days per OSHA training guidelines.

14 Jun, 2019

Signal Mutual Indemnity Association Safety Committee Meeting
New Orleans, LA
The mission of the Safety Committee is to create a direct link between the SMIA Board of Directors, and professional safety representatives from Member companies, to provide recommendations and assistance with research and development of safety issues that will benefit the membership in reducing accidents.

19 Jun, 2019

Human Performance Workshop
Chesapeake, Virginia
Register Now! Limited space available for this New Workshop!

1 Aug, 2019

Leading Change II Principles of Leadership, Commitment and Vision
Southampton, Bermuda
This new course developed for the Bermuda Annual General Meeting is a platform for executives working within a team environment to create leadership-driven OH&S solutions.

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13 Jun, 2017

Registration for June 13 OSHA Summer Summit now open

Registration for June 13 OSHA Summer Summit now open

12 Jun, 2017

OSHA's National Safe + Sound Week is being held June 12-18, 2017

Signal has partnered with OSHA, the National Safety Council, the American Industrial Hygiene Association, the American Society of Safety Engineers, and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health for Safe + Sound Week June 12-18.

7 Jun, 2017

Slips, Trips & Falls
Mobile, Alabama
This STF course is directed at all levels of management, safety personnel, risk personnel, foremen (union) who are not management.

24 May, 2017

Signal Maritime Conference Day 3
Cleveland, OH
Each May an educational conference is held; interactively connecting the Signal Membership with the Longshore community, and providing continuing legal education credits.

23 May, 2017

Signal Maritime Conference Day 2
Cleveland, OH
Each May an educational conference is held; interactively connecting the Signal Membership with the Longshore community, and providing continuing legal education credits.

22 May, 2017

Signal Maritime Conference Day 1
Cleveland, OH
Each May an educational conference is held; interactively connecting the Signal Membership with the Longshore community, and providing continuing legal education credits.

10 May, 2017

Supervisor Safety Leadership
Seattle, Washington
The supervisor is the person closest to influencing front line employee behavior. The Supervisor’s attitude, values, and attributes will be reflected in the actions of employees working under their direction. Supervisors are expected to bring out the best in people, get extraordinary performance, and facilitate team cohesion among large and diverse work groups while meeting production goals and following policy. Supervisors will learn critical leadership skills to preserve a safety and health program that will promote a strong safety culture.

9 May, 2017

Executive Safety Leadership
Seattle, Washington
This presentation is designed to give company EXECUTIVES an overview of an effective Safety Management System and highlight the value of your commitment, support, and involvement.

19 Apr, 2017

Slips, Trips & Falls
Miami, Florida
This STF course is directed at all levels of management, safety personnel, risk personnel, foremen (union) who are not management.

12 Apr, 2017

Supervisor Safety Leadership
Houston, Texas
The supervisor is the person closest to influencing front line employee behavior. The Supervisor’s attitude, values, and attributes will be reflected in the actions of employees working under their direction. Supervisors are expected to bring out the best in people, get extraordinary performance, and facilitate team cohesion among large and diverse work groups while meeting production goals and following policy. Supervisors will learn critical leadership skills to preserve a safety and health program that will promote a strong safety culture.