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Employee safety training: It's one of those things we recognize as critical, but what makes an employee safety training program effective? Join us at this FREE virtual training to discover and discuss tips, tricks and tools designed to take your safety training to the next level!
Holli Singleton, Assistant Director of Health and Safety Services at NC State Industry Expansion Solutions (IES) will present an interactive, engaging training on how how you can make your employee safety training more effective. Her presentation will include time to discuss challenges organizations like yours are facing, and there will be time for you to ask your questions.
This training is FREE, but registration is required.
Registration for this event is a 2-step process:
- Once you complete your registration here, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to a form.
- Once you complete that form, you will receive a second email containing information about joining the meeting. You MUST complete this step to be admitted to the meeting. Once you have completed your registration, please do not share your meeting link with anyone
Holli Singleton is the assistant director of environmental, safety & health services at NC State Industry Expansion Solutions (IES). In this capacity, she manages the services provided by the IES team of EHS experts. Holli has a strong EHS background. Prior to joining IES in 2008, Holli spent 14 years in the private sector managing the corporate safety program for a large healthcare system. Her responsibilities included ensuring compliance with a variety of regulatory entities including OSHA, EPA, DOT, NFPA and others. Additionally, her professional experience includes the investigation of work-related accidents and injuries, emergency management, incident command and the development and implementation of processes designed to reduce or mitigate identified safety risks. She also has experience as a Six Sigma Green Belt with active involvement in healthcare quality improvement projects. Holli has a B.S. in health education from UNC-Greensboro and has earned her MESH (Manager of Environmental Safety and Health) certificate through NC State University.