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Effective Safety Committees 2/2

Effective Safety Committees 2/2

12/20/2013

Safety committees are a very important part of a solid safety program. They can also be a waste of time if not properly managed and implemented. Join us in this webinar to learn how to establish and maintain an effective safety committee.
Friday, December 20, 2013/Author: Alaska Public Entity Insurance/Number of views (0)/Comments (0)/
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APEI Offers OSHA 10-Hour Seminar

APEI Offers OSHA 10-Hour Seminar

When: April 25th-26th 2013
Where: Captain Cook Hotel, Anchorage
Seminar Topic: OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Outreach Training

This course is valuable as an introduction to a wide range of safety regulations and principles. The OSHA 10-Hour covers a variety of required course topics and materials applicable to schools and city/borough governments.

There is no registration fee for APEI members. In addition, APEI will pay for two nights at the hotel for one employee from each APEI member. Transportation expenses are eligible for reimbursement throuth the Safety Equipment and Training Grant. Non member registration is $150 per person.

Class size is limited so reserve you spot today.To register, email Jennifer Ulibarri at julibarri@akpei.com.
Sunday, December 1, 2013/Author: Alaska Public Entity Insurance/Number of views (2333)/Comments (0)/
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Maintaining a Safe School

Maintaining a Safe School

After the recent tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut, it is very important for schools to examine the effectiveness of their security measures. 

Educational organizations should begin with a security threat assessment to determine whether improvements can be made to the physical plant or to the policies and procedures. APEI offers a School Safety and Security Checklist that will help evaluate the safety and security of your school.

SchoolSafetySecurityChecklist.pdf

Access control and communication are two of the most important elements in school protection. Many schools restrict entry into buildings to a single point of entry. This is one way to manage your visitors. Having a visitor sign-in sheet is a great way to meet them as they walk through the front door.

Sunday, December 1, 2013/Author: Alaska Public Entity Insurance/Number of views (2919)/Comments (0)/
How to Save Premium Dollars

How to Save Premium Dollars

Employee Training

APEI offers many opportunities for our members to save money. One of the easiest ways is to utilize the Safety Equipment and Training Grant. APEI will reimburse up to $1,000 for purchases that are applied towards safety training or equipment, including personal protective equipment. Our members get very creative in the equipment they purchase. The Yaktrax and GripOns traction cleats seem to be the most frequently used item for the grant. They provide greater stability for winter walking and reduce the risk of slips, trips, and falls.      Investment in safety equipment and training also helps raise awareness of the importance of safety and its value to your employees.

For more information on APEI’s Safety Equipment and Training Grant, check your loss control manual or contact Cole Cummins, your loss control manager, at ccummins@akpei.com.

Sunday, December 1, 2013/Author: Alaska Public Entity Insurance/Number of views (2363)/Comments (0)/
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)

With the growing popularity of devices like smartphones and tablets, more and more employees are now using their own personal devices as functional workstations. This is now being referred to as Bring Your Own Device (BYOD).

Sunday, December 1, 2013/Author: Alaska Public Entity Insurance/Number of views (2760)/Comments (0)/
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