World At Work Re Certification

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World at Work Re-Certification Projects – 2 per year – 1 credit each 2013 Change in Health Care Benefit Providers – 11/3/2013 – The division had historically provided the same benefits as a sister company. These benefits were perceived to be more generous than those offered by the parent company. A week before open enrollment was to occur the large local health care network announced negotiations with our medical provider were not on track and they most likely would not be in-network providers in the coming year. This impacted an extremely large percentage of employee’s health care providers, thus employees would experience higher health care cost. I worked with our parent company to offer their benefits programs (Medical, Dental and…show more content…
The project included data mapping, developing a job code system that would meet the needs of most companies and the corporate office, converting and validating the data, running parallel payroll systems, setting-up payment services (checks, garnishments, direct deposit, benefit providers, etc.), and training employees how to access and use the system. 2014 Workplace Safety – 7/21/2014 - 9/14/2014 – Developed an Accident / Incident process that included addressing near-miss conditions in an effort to make the workplace safer for all employees. The program emphasized the importance of bringing potentially dangerous conditions to management’s attention and provided procedures to correct the condition. An accident /incident reporting process was established and a designated industrial medical facility to provide worker’s compensation care was identified. Employees, supervisors and managers were trained on the importance of workplace safety and the procedures to follow when a potential unsafe condition existed, or when a workplace incident or injury occurred. Vision Care Program – 05/11/2014 – 05/22/2014 All manufacturing personnel were to wear safety glasses but most employees did not. The existing safety glass program was not being communicated or used. In addition, managers were complaining that product defects were not being identified - employees were not seeing scratches and pin holes in the glass
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