Loss Control Services

people  LOSS CONTROL SERVICES

Let us help you! CVMIC offers a wide variety of services to meet your training and loss control needs. To take advantage of these services contact your Loss Control Representative.

  • Safety and Health Audit
  • Hiring Assessment
  • Human Resources Audit

  • Ergonomic Assessments

  • Fume Hood Testing
  • Sound Level Testing

  • Facility Inspections
  • Park & Playground Inspections
  • Work Site Safety Assessments

  • Review and Explain Loss Runs

  • Assist in the Development of Policies
  • Policy Review Services

  • Assist in Developing a Safety Committee
  • Attend Safety Committee Meetings
  • Re-Energize Your Safety Committee


computer TRAINING PROGRAMS

 

  • Asbestos Awareness
  • Back Safety and Safe Lifting
  • Behavioral Based Safety Training
  • Bloodborne Pathogens
  • CDL Requirement
  • Chain Saw Safety
  • Compressed Gas Cylinder Safety
  • Conducting Facility Inspections
  • Confined Space Entry
  • Cut-Off Machine Safety (Chop Saw)
  • Ergonomics
  • Excavation Safety
  • Fall Protection
  • Flammable & Combustible Liquids
  • Forklift (Powered Industrial Trucks)
  • Hazard Communication (Employee Right-to-Know)
  • Hearing Conservation
  • Ladder Safety
  • Lead Safety Awareness
  • Lockout/Tagout
  • Machine Guarding/Hand and Portable Tool Safety
  • OSHA 300—Accident/Injury Recordkeeping
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Respiratory Protection
  • Safety Awareness
  • Safety Rules
  • Seasonal Employee Safety Orientation
  • Slips, Trips & Falls
  • Work Zone Traffic Safety

  • Americans with Disabilities Act – Title I
  • Americans with Disabilities Act – Title II
  • Anti-Harassment for Employees
  • Anti-Harassment for Supervisors
  • Anti-Harassment for Elected Officials
  • Behaviorally Anchored Interviewing
  • Coaching for Improved Work Performance
  • Conducting Reference Checks
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Customer Service
  • Developing Job Descriptions
  • Diversity
  • Documentation
  • Drug & Alcohol Awareness
  • Drug & Alcohol Testing
  • Employee Orientation and Training
  • Employee Performance Evaluations
  • Ethics for Employees
  • Ethics for Supervisors
  • Facilitating and Running Meetings
  • Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)
  • Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
  • Generations and Their Impact in the Workplace
  • Hiring
  • Investigating a Complaint of Harassment
  • M.E.E.T. on Common Ground – Managing for Respect in the Workplace
  • New Supervisor Orientation
  • Police and Fire Commission – Role and Responsibility
  • Systemic Discrimination
  • Violence in the Workplace
  • Wrongful Termination

  • Accident Investigation
  • Claims Handling Training
  • Conducting Playground Inspections
  • Contractual Risk Transfer
  • Understanding Insurance Coverage

  • Accident Investigation
  • Basics of Workers’ Compensation
  • Workers’ Compensation – Cost of Loss
  • Light Duty/Return to Work

  • Accident Scene Management
  • Aggressive Driving/Road Rage
  • Backing and Parking Large Vehicles
  • Defensive Driving Strategies
  • Driver Distractions
  • Driver Fatigue
  • Snow Plow Operator Training
  • Trailer Safety
  • Vehicle Inspections
  • Winter Driving

  • Employment Law (Session #1)
    • American with Disabilities Act (ADA)
    • Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
    • Fair labor Standards Act (FLSA)
    • Harassment/Discrimination
    • Other Important EPL Laws
    • Policies/Rules
  • Supervisor Resources & Tools (Session #2)
    • Employee Assistance Programs
    • Drug and Alcohol Testing
    • Documentation
    • Open Records and Records Retention
    • New Employee Orientation
    • Training Employees
    • Performance Evaluations
    • Understanding Discipline and Labor Contracts
    • Interviewing
  • Basic Risk Management/Safety/Security (Session #3)
    • Contractual Risk Transfer
    • Liability Claims
    • Cost of Claims
    • Workers Compensation
    • Violence in the Workplace
    • Accident Causation
    • Accident Prevention
    • Accident Investigation
  • Coaching Employees (Session #4) -This program is based on a book written by Ferdinand Fournier called “Coaching for Improved Work Performance”. This book and the program will focus on two key things:
    • It will try to change your thinking about certain key beliefs relative to workers, bosses and management.
    • It will provide you with the techniques you can use as a supervisor to solve people performance problems.
  • Teams and Process Improvement (Session #5)
    • Creating Satisfied Customers
    • Teams and Empowerment
    • Basic Facilitation Skills
    • Running Effective Meetings
    • Problem Solving, Process Improvement and Quality Tools
  • Developing a Highly Effective Workforce (Session #6)
    • A 4-Step Workforce Planning Process
    • Recruitment and Selection
    • Employee Retention and Leadership
    • Employee Training
    • Employee Development
    • Developing Performance Standards and Goals
    • Putting Together a Workforce Development Plan
  • Understanding Employee Differences (Session #7)
    • Generational Differences
    • Diversity
    • Conflict Resolution
    • We Need to M.E.E.T.: Managing for Respect in the Workplace
  • Unacceptable Employee Behavior (Session #8)
    • Discussion of reasons why good employees can become problem employees
    • Review how organizations and supervisors can contribute to the problem and make it even worse by what they do or fail to do
    • Discuss how to involve the union in the process of dealing with a problem employee
    • Review tools available to supervisors to assist them in modifying unacceptable employee behavior
    • Explore options on how to improve employee performance and develop action plans that can be use after the program has concluded

  • Day #1 – Employee Development Options for the Future
    Action Plan & Development
    Best Boss/Worst
    Start Right Stay Right
    Understanding Where You Are Going
    Developing Competencies
  • Day #2 – Understanding the Role of the Supervisor
    Mission, Vision, Core Values & Goals
    Role and Responsibility of a Supervisor
    Understanding Laws, Policies & Rules
    Supervisory Resources and Tools
    Documentation
  • Day #3 – Work Place Culture and Change Management
    Understanding Workplace Culture
    Generations
    Diversity
    Change
  • Day #4 – Key Elements of Safety/Health in the Workplace
    Cost of an Employee
    Cost of an Accident
    Worker’s Compensation
    Accident Causation
    Safety and Health
    Assigning Tasks and Evaluating Performance

  • Behavioral Anchored Interviewing
  • Construction Contract Risk Transfer
  • Dealing with Injured/Disabled Employee(s)
  • Developing Your Management Skills
  • Discipline & Wrongful Termination
  • Employee Development
  • Ethics in the Workplace
  • FMLA
  • Hiring – Avoiding a Lifetime of Regret
  • Improving Organizational Communications
  • Investigating a Complaint of Harassment
  • Keys to Effective Management
  • Leadership
  • Performance Evaluations
  • Policy Development
  • Process Improvement
  • Risk Management/Safety Administration
  • Strategic Management Planning
  • Succession Planning
  • Team Building
  • Understanding Today’s Workforce

  • Accident Investigation – Worker’s Compensation
  • Accident Investigation – Liability Claims
  • ADA Title II Compliance
  • Confined Space Entry Awareness
  • Confined Space Entry Rescue
  • Contractual Risk Transfer
  • Dealing with Injured/Disabled Employees
  • Excavation Competent Person
  • Facility Inspections
  • Fleet Safety Program Development
  • Health & Safety: What You Need to Know
  • Liability Claims Handling
  • OSHA Recordkeeping – Maintaining the OSHA 300 Log
  • Playground and Park Inspections
  • Safety Committee and Safety Awareness
  • Safety Policy/Rule Development
  • Safety Training/Orientation
  • The True Cost of Loss
  • Understanding Insurance Coverage
  • Work Zone Traffic Safety


clipboard CVMIC RESOURCES

 

The following resources are available on the CVMIC Members Only portion of the CVMIC website.

  • ADA Title II
  • Fleet Safety Manual
  • Law Enforcement Safety Training Modules
  • Heavy Equipment Operator Training Modules

  • Law Enforcement Policies
  • Personnel & Employment Practices Liability Policies
  • Safety Policies

  • Training Materials from the last six months of regional training programs

  • Paycheck Stuffers
  • Posters

  • Overview – Question & Answer
  • Entry Form
  • Submittals and Award Winners