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**All listed webinars are in the Eastern Time zone.


JANUARY 2024

In this session, we’ll review the Dept. of Transportation (DOT) and Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) requirements for drug testing programs.


Topics will include:

  • FMCSA Clearinghouse Requirements: Drivers/Employers Affected, Consent Forms, Reporting, and Queries
  • Written Drug & Alcohol Policy
  • Random Testing

  • 11:30am – 12:30pm
  • Webinar

This Employee Education course will meet the annual requirement for the Ohio BWC’s Drug-Free Safety Program.. All employees, including supervisors, are required to complete this course annually. 


Topics to be discussed include:

  • The disease model for alcohol and other drugs
  • Signs and symptoms of substance use/misuse
  • Effects of commonly used drugs and how they can impact the workplace
  • Overview of company drug & alcohol policy

This training also qualifies for reimbursements through the Substance Use Recovery and Workplace Safety Program.


  • 8:30am – 9:30am
  • Webinar

Supervisors who have already completed the Initial Supervisor Training and are participating in a refresher year of the Drug-Free Safety Program must complete this 1 hour course annually.


Topics will include:

  • Drug testing and reasonable suspicion assessment
  • How to recognize a possible alcohol/drug problem
  • How to document behaviors that demonstrate an alcohol/drug problem
  • How to confront employees with the problem from observed behaviors
  • How to initiate reasonable suspicion and post-accident testing
  • Implementation of Employee Education

This training will meet the requirement for the Ohio BWC’s Drug-Free Safety Program as well as the Substance Use Recovery and Workplace Safety Program.


  • 10:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

The Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation’s (BWC) Public Employer Risk Reduction Program (PERRP) has adopted OSHA’s private industry recordkeeping standard and requires all Ohio state public employers to maintain injury and illness records.


The goal of this session is to help you in understanding the reporting requirements and deadlines to ensure compliance. This course is for public employers only.


  • 11:00am – 12:30pm
  • Webinar

During this webinar we will review the FMCSA Clearinghouse and your requirements as an employer. .


Topics will include:

  • What is a query and what does information does it provide?
  • What is a pre-employment query and who is responsible for running it?
  • What is an annual query and who is responsible for running it? 
  • What is the difference between a full and a limited query?
  • Do my drivers need to give me consent to run their pre-employment and annual queries?

  • 10:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

Only a small group of employers are exempt from maintaining injury and illness records on an OSHA log (Form 300). Aside from reporting serious injuries, the Online Reporting Rule now requires businesses in certain industries, with over 19 employees, to submit information to OSHA electronically.


During this session, our team of experts will help you better understand:

  • Why not all workers’ comp claims should be reported to OSHA
  • How to complete online reporting
  • The risks of non-compliance and submission delays
  • COVID-19 reporting

Interactive Live Sessions:

The group will discuss scenarios to determine recordability on an OSHA log.


  • 11:00am – 1:00pm
  • Webinar

FEBRUARY 2024

During this webinar, we’ll discuss emergencies that can occur across almost every industry, including fire, tornadoes/severe weather, and active shooter or other dangerous employee situations. We’ll also review the importance of having a written Emergency Action Plan and evacuation or shelter procedures.


  • 10:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

During this training, we’ll help you determine if your company is required to keep Driver Qualification Files. We’ll then review the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s driver file requirements, including each specific form and what information is needed to complete them. Next, we’ll go over the required annual reports. Lastly, we’ll outline some tips and tricks for keeping your files organized and how to stay up to date on recordkeeping requirements.


  • 10:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

Your company doesn’t have semi-trucks and driving vehicles is not your primary operation, but you still may be required to follow certain FMCSA rules.  During this webinar we will review how these regulations may still apply to your business.


After this webinar, you’ll be more informed and better prepared. We’ll discuss::

  • Who is required to register with the FMCSA
  • Driver’s license and medical card requirements
  • Driver qualification files
  • Drug & Alcohol testing program
  • Hours of service
  • Roadside inspections
  • Vehicle regulations

  • 10:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

In this webinar, we’ll discuss the various aspects of hazard recognition, the Hierarchy of Risk Mitigation, and the Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) process.


  • 10:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

Only a small group of employers are exempt from maintaining injury and illness records on an OSHA log (Form 300). Aside from reporting serious injuries, the Online Reporting Rule now requires businesses in certain industries, with over 19 employees, to submit information to OSHA electronically.


During this session, our team of experts will help you better understand:

  • Why not all workers’ comp claims should be reported to OSHA
  • How to complete online reporting
  • The risks of non-compliance and submission delays
  • COVID-19 reporting

Interactive Live Sessions:

The group will discuss scenarios to determine recordability on an OSHA log.


  • 11:00am – 1:00pm
  • Webinar

This Employee Education course will meet the annual requirement for the Ohio BWC’s Drug-Free Safety Program. All employees, including supervisors, are required to complete this course annually. 


Topics to be discussed include:

  • The disease model for alcohol and other drugs
  • Signs and symptoms of substance use/misuse
  • Effects of commonly used drugs and how they can impact the workplace
  • Overview of company drug & alcohol policy

This training also qualifies for reimbursements through the Substance Use Recovery and Workplace Safety Program.


  • 8:30am – 9:30am
  • Webinar

Supervisors who have already completed the Initial Supervisor Training and are participating in a refresher year of the Drug-Free Safety Program must complete this 1 hour course annually.


Topics will include:

  • Drug testing and reasonable suspicion assessment
  • How to recognize a possible alcohol/drug problem
  • How to document behaviors that demonstrate an alcohol/drug problem
  • How to confront employees with the problem from observed behaviors
  • How to initiate reasonable suspicion and post-accident testing
  • Implementation of Employee Education

This training will meet the requirement for the Ohio BWC’s Drug-Free Safety Program and qualifies for reimbursements through the Substance Use Recovery and Workplace Safety Program.


  • 10:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

Employers who are participating in the first year of the Drug-Free Safety Program must have their supervisors complete this 2-hour reasonable suspicion training class.  If you hire or promote someone to a supervisor position, they must also complete this course prior to completing the annual Refresher Supervisor Training. 


Topics to be discussed include:

  • Drug-Free Safety Program implementation
  • Drug testing and reasonable suspicion assessment
  • How to recognize a possible alcohol/drug problem
  • How to document behaviors that demonstrate an alcohol/drug problem
  • How to confront employees with the problem from observed behaviors
  • How to initiate reasonable suspicion and post-accident testing
  • Implementation of Employee Education

This training will meet the requirement for the Ohio BWC’s Drug-Free Safety Program and qualifies for reimbursements through the Substance Use Recovery and Workplace Safety Program.

Note: All supervisors completing the Initial Supervisor Training for the BWC’s DFSP program must also complete the Accident Analysis Training via the BWC Learning Center.


  • 11:30am – 1:30pm
  • Webinar

Prepare your employees to act quickly in response to an active shooter event by helping them to recognize signs of potential violence and informing them of what steps to take if confronted.


After this webinar, you’ll be more informed and better prepared. We’ll discuss::

  • Current statistics of workplace violence & active shooter events in the U.S.
  • What we know and don’t know
  • The key role each employee plays in preventing and responding to an incident

  • 9:30am – 11:30am
  • Webinar

Join us for this 30 minute webinar to learn more about the passing of Issue 2 and if this can affect your workplace.

This does not meet the 2-hour green year safety training requirement.


  • 11:45am – 12:15pm
  • Webinar

This program is designed to help you meet the DOT two-hour supervisor training requirement for sixty minutes of alcohol awareness and sixty minutes of drug education. Each participant who completes this training will receive a certificate to keep on file for proof of attendance.  This course is required for anyone that supervises an employee that holds a commercial drivers’ license.


Training objectives include:

  • The Effects of Alcohol and Drugs in the Workplace
  • DOT Supervisor’s Responsibilities
  • Signs, Symptoms, and Behavioral Indicators of Abuse
  • How to Recognize and Document Performance
  • How to Deal with the Confrontation Process
  • Review of Scenarios and how to Handle those Situations

  • 12:30pm – 2:30pm
  • Webinar

MARCH 2024

During this training we will empower you with the knowledge to properly understand and manage a visit from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Our facilitator will explain the reasons for an OSHA inspection, your rights during the inspection and what you can expect after citations have been issued. It’s important for each person to know who does what and how to proceed when you receive that unexpected knock at the door. Preparedness is important in any situation and there’s no exception with an OSHA inspection either.


  • 10:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

Join us for this 30 minute webinar to learn more about the passing of Issue 2 and if this can affect your workplace.

This does not meet the 2-hour green year safety training requirement.


  • 12:00pm – 12:30pm
  • Webinar

During the Defensive Driving course, we will discuss some tools drivers can use to keep them safe on the roadways.


We will review::

  • How to prevent and avoid collisions.
  • Different types of defensive tools that can be used while driving, and ways to avoid distractions.
  • Proper step by step procedures to follow during emergency situations.

This training will provide drivers with the knowledge on how to operate their vehicle safely


  • 10:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

Marijuana legalization is an ongoing conversation in the U.S. As a result, laws continue to shift and change, often making compliance difficult.


During this webinar, we’ll review what marijuana is and where it comes from, the effects of marijuana on the body, and the safety risks its use poses in the workplace.


We’ll also cover employer best practices, including a strong, well-written policy, clear communication of the company’s position through training, and a defined drug testing program.


  • 10:00am – 12:00pm
  • Webinar

Only a small group of employers are exempt from maintaining injury and illness records on an OSHA log (Form 300). Aside from reporting serious injuries, the Online Reporting Rule now requires businesses in certain industries, with over 19 employees, to submit information to OSHA electronically.


During this session, our team of experts will help you better understand:

  • Why not all workers’ comp claims should be reported to OSHA
  • How to complete online reporting
  • The risks of non-compliance and submission delays
  • COVID-19 reporting

Interactive Live Sessions:

The group will discuss scenarios to determine recordability on an OSHA log.


  • 11:00am – 1:00pm
  • Webinar

This Employee Education course will meet the annual requirement for the Ohio BWC’s Drug-Free Safety Program. All employees, including supervisors, are required to complete this course annually. 


Topics to be discussed include:

  • The disease model for alcohol and other drugs
  • Signs and symptoms of substance use/misuse
  • Effects of commonly used drugs and how they can impact the workplace
  • Overview of company drug & alcohol policy

This training also qualifies for reimbursements through the Substance Use Recovery and Workplace Safety Program.


  • 8:30am – 9:30am
  • Webinar

Supervisors who have already completed the Initial Supervisor Training and are participating in a refresher year of the Drug-Free Safety Program must complete this 1 hour course annually.


Topics will include:

  • Drug testing and reasonable suspicion assessment
  • How to recognize a possible alcohol/drug problem
  • How to document behaviors that demonstrate an alcohol/drug problem
  • How to confront employees with the problem from observed behaviors
  • How to initiate reasonable suspicion and post-accident testing
  • Implementation of Employee Education

This training will meet the requirement for the Ohio BWC’s Drug-Free Safety Program and qualifies for reimbursements through the Substance Use Recovery and Workplace Safety Program.


  • 12:30pm – 1:30pm
  • Webinar

This Employee Education course will meet the annual requirement for the Ohio BWC’s Drug-Free Safety Program.   All employees, including supervisors, are required to complete this course annually. 


Topics to be discussed include:

  • The disease model for alcohol and other drugs
  • Signs and symptoms of substance use/misuse
  • Effects of commonly used drugs and how they can impact the workplace
  • Overview of company drug & alcohol policy

This training also qualifies for reimbursements through the Substance Use Recovery and Workplace Safety Program.


  • 8:30am – 9:30am
  • Webinar

Supervisors who have already completed the Initial Supervisor Training and are participating in a refresher year of the Drug-Free Safety Program must complete this 1 hour course annually.


Topics will include:

  • Drug testing and reasonable suspicion assessment
  • How to recognize a possible alcohol/drug problem
  • How to document behaviors that demonstrate an alcohol/drug problem
  • How to confront employees with the problem from observed behaviors
  • How to initiate reasonable suspicion and post-accident testing
  • Implementation of Employee Education

This training will meet the requirement for the Ohio BWC’s Drug-Free Safety Program and qualifies for reimbursements through the Substance Use Recovery and Workplace Safety Program.


  • 10:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

Employers who are participating in the first year of the Drug-Free Safety Program must have their supervisors complete this 2-hour reasonable suspicion training class.  If you hire or promote someone to a supervisor position, they must also complete this course prior to completing the annual Refresher Supervisor Training.


Topics will include:

  • Drug-Free Safety Program Implementation
  • Drug testing and reasonable suspicion assessment
  • How to recognize a possible alcohol/drug problem
  • How to document behaviors that demonstrate an alcohol/drug problem
  • How to confront employees with the problem from observed behaviors
  • How to initiate reasonable suspicion and post-accident testing
  • Implementation of Employee Education

This training will meet the requirement for the Ohio BWC’s Drug-Free Safety Program and qualifies for reimbursements through the Substance Use Recovery and Workplace Safety Program. Note: All supervisors completing the Initial Supervisor Training for the BWC’s DFSP program must also complete the Accident Analysis Training via the BWC Learning Center.


  • 11:30am – 1:30pm
  • Webinar

APRIL 2024

Some of the most common types of workplace injuries are slips, trips, and falls. Join us for this webinar and gain a better understanding of the importance of maintaining safe walking and working surfaces.


Topics to be covered include how slips, trips and falls occur, and strategies to prevent these types of injuries.


  • 10:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

This program is designed to help you meet the DOT two-hour supervisor training requirement for sixty minutes of alcohol awareness and sixty minutes of drug education. Each participant who completes this training will receive a certificate to keep on file for proof of attendance.  This course is required for anyone that supervises an employee that holds a commercial drivers’ license.


Training objectives include:

  • The Effects of Alcohol and Drugs in the Workplace
  • DOT Supervisor’s Responsibilities
  • Signs, Symptoms, and Behavioral Indicators of Abuse
  • How to Recognize and Document Performance
  • How to Deal with the Confrontation Process
  • Review of Scenarios and how to Handle those Situations

  • 9:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

Do you conduct safety training for your staff? Training is a critical part of workplace safety. An effective training program can not only help reduce the frequency of injuries but may also support the establishment of a uniform safety culture in your workplace.


During this session, we’ll provide you with details on:

  • Understanding different adult learning styles
  • Developing activities that help keep training fun and engaging
  • Identifying the elements of a solid training program
  • Determining the appropriate learning tools for your company
  • Making clear, concise, and effective presentations
  • Generational differences in learning and how that affects training
  • Training techniques that just don’t work

  • 12:00pm – 2:00pm
  • Webinar

Do you find yourself spending hours poring over transportation rules and regulations, still unsure if you’re within compliance? Consider the following questions:


  • If my driver doesn’t have a CDL, do I still need a driver qualification file for them?
  • Are my drivers required to have medical exams and carry exam certificates with them?
  • Do I need to have a separate drug & alcohol policy for my CDL drivers?
  • Does my company need to register for the FMCSA Clearinghouse?

Were you able to answer the questions with confidence? If not, you’re not alone. Many of the owners and managers we talk to consider Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations complex and tedious… and they are.


This webinar will help you feel more confident with your program by not only answering the questions above, but also providing insights into how successful programs are created.


  • 10:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

Do you maintain your OSHA logs but often feel like you may be doing them wrong?


During this session, we’ll discuss the common recordkeeping mistakes that companies often make. Bring your own questions and we’ll answer as many as we can in our allotted time!


  • 10:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

MAY 2024

Join us as we discuss the importance of ladder safety — from selecting the appropriate ladder for the job and inspection before use to storage, handling, and proper setup procedures.


  • 10:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

As a supervisor, you may encounter reasonable suspicion scenarios that you’re unsure how to handle.


Join us as we review and work through some of the common drug & alcohol situations that companies are experiencing each day.


This course does not satisfy the Ohio BWC’s reasonable suspicion/supervisor training requirements.


  • 10:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

Prepare your employees to act quickly in response to an active shooter event by helping them to recognize signs of potential violence and informing them of what steps to take if confronted.


According to the FBI, 43% of active shooter incidents in 2019 occurred in areas of commerce. After this webinar, you’ll be more informed and better prepared. We’ll discuss:

  • Current statistics of workplace violence & active shooter events in the U.S.
  • What we know and don’t know
  • How Sheakley can assist you in creating a prevention strategy at your company
  • The key role each employee plays in preventing an incident

  • 12:30pm – 2:30pm
  • Webinar

Only a small group of employers are exempt from maintaining injury and illness records on an OSHA log (Form 300). Aside from reporting serious injuries, the Online Reporting Rule now requires businesses in certain industries, with over 19 employees, to submit information to OSHA electronically.


During this session, our team of experts will help you better understand:

  • Why not all workers’ comp claims should be reported to OSHA
  • How to complete online reporting
  • The risks of non-compliance and submission delays
  • COVID-19 reporting

Interactive Live Sessions:

The group will discuss scenarios to determine recordability on an OSHA log.


  • 9:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

Is your company interested in implementing a workplace Drug & Alcohol Program?


Attend this complimentary webinar to learn more about these programs and how Sheakley can assist you with all aspects of creating your own, including:

  • Drug & Alcohol Policy Development
  • Employee Education Awareness
  • Supervisor Training
  • Drug & Alcohol Testing
  • Employee Assistance

We’ll also discuss the various opportunities available through the Ohio BWC to help offset some of the costs associated with program implementation. These include workers’ comp premium rebates and grant reimbursements through the Drug-Free Safety Program (DFSP) and the Substance Use Recovery & Workplace Safety Program (SURWSP).


  • 3:00pm – 4:00pm
  • Webinar

If your company has registered for the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) Clearinghouse and aren’t sure what to do next, this webinar is for you! It is also important to be prepared for what to do if a CDL driver tests positive.


During this session, we’ll help you navigate the complexities of the Clearinghouse, including:

  • The purpose of the Clearinghouse
  • How does the Clearinghouse benefit me?
  • What happens if do not comply with Clearinghouse regulations?
  • Pre-employment and annual queries
  • Steps an employer must take if a CDL driver tests positive
  • Steps a driver must take if he/she tests positive

  • 12:00pm – 2:00pm
  • Webinar

Evacuation Plan; Take Shelter Plan: Chemical Spill Plan; Active Shooter Plan – Fire Prevention — Clean up all flammable scrap and waste; Know the difference between Flammable and Combustible; Disposal if important; be aware of extinguishers and they should be inspected annually and monthly; remove if not charged or damaged.


Hazard Communication falls under OSHA’s “Employees Right to Know” regulatory requirements when it comes to chemical receiving, storage, usage and disposal. The SDS (Safety Data Sheet) training will involve a review of an actual SDS, the 16 sections within each SDS and its applicability to operations. Lastly, we will discuss the GHS (Global Harmonized System) and its role in the overall HazCom program.


  • 10:00am – 12:00pm
  • Webinar

Is your company interested in implementing a workplace Drug & Alcohol Program?


Attend this complimentary webinar to learn more about these programs and how Sheakley can assist you with all aspects of creating your own, including:

  • Drug & Alcohol Policy Development
  • Employee Education Awareness
  • Supervisor Training
  • Drug & Alcohol Testing
  • Employee Assistance

We’ll also discuss the various opportunities available through the Ohio BWC to help offset some of the costs associated with program implementation. These include workers’ comp premium rebates and grant reimbursements through the Drug-Free Safety Program (DFSP) and the Substance Use Recovery & Workplace Safety Program (SURWSP).


  • 10:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

Did you know that, even if your company doesn’t have semi-trucks and driving vehicles isn’t a primary business operation, you may still be required to follow certain Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) rules and regulations?


During this webinar, we’ll review how the following might still apply to your business:

  • FMCSA registration requirements
  • Driver’s license & medical card requirements
  • Driver qualification files
  • Drug & alcohol testing program
  • Hours of service
  • Roadside inspections
  • Vehicle regulations

  • 9:00am – 10:00am
  • Webinar

Is your company interested in implementing a workplace Drug & Alcohol Program?


Attend this complimentary webinar to learn more about these programs and how Sheakley can assist you with all aspects of creating your own, including:

  • Drug & Alcohol Policy Development
  • Employee Education Awareness
  • Supervisor Training
  • Drug & Alcohol Testing
  • Employee Assistance

We’ll also discuss the various opportunities available through the Ohio BWC to help offset some of the costs associated with program implementation. These include workers’ comp premium rebates and grant reimbursements through the Drug-Free Safety Program (DFSP) and the Substance Use Recovery & Workplace Safety Program (SURWSP).


  • 2:00pm – 3:00pm
  • Webinar

JUNE 2024

During this webinar, we’ll discuss the importance of recognizing and understanding the dangers of working in the heat, including heat exhaustion, heat cramping, and heat stroke. We’ll also cover preventative measures that can be taken when working in hot weather and medical procedures involved with heat-related illness.


  • 10:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

During this webinar we’ll review the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s (FMCSA) driver qualification file requirements, discuss what information needs to be completed on each required federal form, and go over the requirements of the annual reports that must be filed every 12 months.


Finally, we’ll leave you with some tips and tricks for keeping your files organized and your recordkeeping requirements up to date.


  • 9:00am – 10:00am
  • Webinar

Walking Working Surfaces/Ladder Safety

Types of Surfaces: Housekeeping Items; Reporting unsafe surfaces; Proper footwear; Indoor vs. Outdoor surfaces: LADDERS: Inspection: Proper handling and transporting; Storage; Setup; Stability: Various types of ladders; Around Electricity; Taking ladders down; Tagging and removing from service; Ladder classes Labeling and Stickering


Fall Protection (Guardrails/PFAS/etc)

Breaking down fall hazards by means of the hierarchy of risk mitigation. 4′ for General Industry / 6′ for Construction. Engineering Controls such as Guardrails and Netting systems. Contributing factors to falling – Conditional and Behavioral. PFAS – Personal Fall Arrest Systems and certain applications.


  • 10:00am – 12:00pm
  • Webinar

If you don’t keep OSHA logs and you’re required to, or if you fail to maintain your logs properly, your safety program can be adversely affected.


During this session, we’ll discuss how non-compliance can have a negative impact on your safety program. Topics include:

  • OSHA Fines
  • Incident, Frequency, and Severity Rate Discrepancies
  • Accident Prevention
  • OSHA Audits

  • 11:30am – 12:30pm
  • Webinar

Do you maintain your OSHA logs but often feel like you may be doing them wrong?


During this session, we’ll discuss the common recordkeeping mistakes that companies often make. Bring your own questions and we’ll answer as many as time allows.


  • 10:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

Do you maintain your OSHA logs and feel confident that you are doing them correctly?


During this session, we’ll take recordkeeping beyond the basics. Join us for an interactive session using Kahoot! Bring your own questions and we’ll answer as many as time allows.


  • 10:00am – 11:30am
  • Webinar

If your company has registered for the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) Clearinghouse and aren’t sure what to do next, this webinar is for you! It is also important to be prepared for what to do if a CDL driver tests positive.


During this session, we’ll help you navigate the complexities of the Clearinghouse, including:

  • The purpose of the Clearinghouse
  • How does the Clearinghouse benefit me?
  • What happens if do not comply with Clearinghouse regulations?
  • Pre-employment and annual queries
  • Steps an employer must take if a CDL driver tests positive
  • Steps a driver must take if he/she tests positive

  • 12:00pm – 2:00pm
  • Webinar

This Employee Education course will meet the annual requirement for the Ohio BWC’s Drug-Free Safety Program as well as the Substance Use Recovery and Workplace Safety Program.


Topics to be discussed include:

  • The disease model for alcohol and other drugs
  • Signs and symptoms of substance use/misuse
  • Effects of commonly used drugs and how they can impact the workplace
  • Overview of company drug & alcohol policy

Assistance available to your employees.


  • 9:00am – 10:00am
  • Webinar

Supervisors who have already completed the Initial Supervisor Training and are participating in a refresher year of the Drug-Free Safety Program must complete this 1 hour course.


Topics will include:

  • Drug testing and reasonable suspicion assessment
  • How to recognize a possible alcohol/drug problem
  • How to document behaviors that demonstrate an alcohol/drug problem
  • How to confront employees with the problem from observed behaviors
  • How to initiate reasonable suspicion and post-accident testing
  • Implementation of Employee Education

This training will meet the requirement for the Ohio BWC’s Drug-Free Safety Program as well as the Substance Use Recovery and Workplace Safety Program.


  • 10:15am – 11:15am
  • Webinar

Employers who are participating in the first year of the Drug-Free Safety Program must have their supervisors complete this 2 hour reasonable suspicion training class.


Topics to be discussed include:

  • Drug-Free Safety Program implementation
  • Drug testing and reasonable suspicion assessment
  • How to recognize a possible alcohol/drug problem
  • How to document behaviors that demonstrate an alcohol/drug problem
  • How to confront employees with the problem from observed behaviors
  • How to initiate reasonable suspicion and post-accident testing
  • Implementation of Employee Education

This training will meet the requirement for the Ohio BWC’s Drug-Free Safety Program as well as the Substance Use Recovery and Workplace Safety Program.


  • 9:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

Marijuana legalization is an ongoing conversation in the U.S. As a result, laws continue to shift and change, often making compliance difficult.


During this webinar, we’ll review what marijuana is and where it comes from, the effects of marijuana on the body, and the safety risks its use poses in the workplace. We’ll also cover employer best practices, including a strong, well-written policy, clear communication of the company’s position through training, and a defined drug testing program.


  • 9:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

Did you know that, even if your company doesn’t have semi-trucks and driving vehicles isn’t a primary business operation, you may still be required to follow certain Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) rules and regulations?


During this webinar, we’ll review how the following might still apply to your business:

  • FMCSA registration requirements
  • Driver’s license & medical card requirements
  • Driver qualification files
  • Drug & alcohol testing program
  • Hours of service
  • Roadside inspections
  • Vehicle regulations

  • 10:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

During this webinar, we’ll discuss the following top concerns companies face while preparing for a Department of Transportation (DOT) audit:

  • Record Retention
  • Driver Qualification Files
  • Drug & Alcohol Program
  • Hours of Service
  • Vehicle Maintenance
  • Accident Records

  • 9:00am – 10:00am
  • Webinar

Do you have an internal drug testing program? Are you confident that your program is effective?


In this training session, we’ll review the following topics:

  • Do American workplaces face a drug & alcohol problem?
  • Safety as a Cornerstone
  • Take It to the Limit
  • Components of an Effective Program
  • Key Areas of Concern
  • Common Scenarios

  • 9:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

Sheakley believes that drug-free workplace programs can help improve overall worker health and safety.


During this webinar, we’ll share some alarming facts about substance abuse in the workplace. We’ll also review the estimated costs associated with substance abuse, the benefits of implementing a drug-free workplace program, how to get employees support, and the elements of a successful program.


  • 1:00pm – 3:00pm
  • Webinar

Do your drivers know what to do if they’re involved in a traffic accident?


In this training session, we’ll review the steps your drivers should follow to conduct a basic investigation of their accident – from the moment it occurs to when they leave the scene. We’ll also outline the differences between a major accident and a minor incident and how managers can be prepared to handle these situations. Finally, we’ll outline the tools your drivers can use to reduce their risk of being involved in an accident.


  • 12:00pm – 2:00pm
  • Webinar

Only a small group of employers are exempt from maintaining injury and illness records on an OSHA log (Form 300). Aside from reporting serious injuries, the Online Reporting Rule now requires businesses in certain industries, with over 19 employees, to submit information to OSHA electronically.


During this session, our team of experts will help you better understand:

  • Why not all workers’ comp claims should be reported to OSHA
  • How to complete online reporting
  • The risks of non-compliance and submission delays
  • COVID-19 reporting

Interactive Live Sessions:

The group will discuss scenarios to determine recordability on an OSHA log.


  • 9:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

OSHA has added an additional requirement for some companies that have over 100 employees.  These companies were required to submit their 300 logs and 301 forms to OSHA by March 2.   This rule went into effect January 1, 2024 and it did not change any of the existing rules regarding online submission of the 300A summary.  Not all companies were affected by this change.  During this webinar we will review these changes and discuss how this may have an effect on your company. *This course does not meet the 2-hour green year safety training requirement.


  • 1:00pm – 2:00pm
  • Webinar

Do you find yourself spending hours poring over transportation rules and regulations, still unsure if you’re within compliance? Consider the following questions:


  • If my driver doesn’t have a CDL, do I still need a driver qualification file for them?
  • Are my drivers required to have medical exams and carry exam certificates with them?
  • Do I need to have a separate drug & alcohol policy for my CDL drivers?
  • Does my company need to register for the FMCSA Clearinghouse?

Were you able to answer the questions with confidence? If not, you’re not alone. Many of the owners and managers we talk to consider Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations complex and tedious… and they are.


This webinar will help you feel more confident with your program by not only answering the questions above, but also providing insights into how successful programs are created. We will also outline what annual reports are required for your compliant program, including annual FMCSA Clearinghouse queries and motor vehicle reports.


  • 12:00pm – 2:00pm
  • Webinar

This program is designed to help you meet the DOT two-hour supervisor training requirement for sixty minutes of alcohol awareness and sixty minutes of drug education. Each participant who completes this training will receive a certificate to keep on file for proof of attendance.  This course is required for anyone that supervises an employee that holds a commercial drivers’ license.


Training objectives include:

  • The Effects of Alcohol and Drugs in the Workplace
  • DOT Supervisor’s Responsibilities
  • Signs, Symptoms, and Behavioral Indicators of Abuse
  • How to Recognize and Document Performance
  • How to Deal with the Confrontation Process
  • Review of Scenarios and how to Handle those Situations

  • 1:00pm – 3:00pm
  • Webinar

JULY 2024

This Employee Education course will meet the annual requirement for the Ohio BWC’s Drug-Free Safety Program as well as the Substance Use Recovery and Workplace Safety Program.


Topics to be discussed include:

  • The disease model for alcohol and other drugs
  • Signs and symptoms of substance use/misuse
  • Effects of commonly used drugs and how they can impact the workplace
  • Overview of company drug & alcohol policy

Assistance available to your employees.


  • 1:00pm – 2:00pm
  • Webinar

Supervisors who have already completed the Initial Supervisor Training and are participating in a refresher year of the Drug-Free Safety Program must complete this 1 hour course.


Topics will include:

  • Drug testing and reasonable suspicion assessment
  • How to recognize a possible alcohol/drug problem
  • How to document behaviors that demonstrate an alcohol/drug problem
  • How to confront employees with the problem from observed behaviors
  • How to initiate reasonable suspicion and post-accident testing
  • Implementation of Employee Education

This training will meet the requirement for the Ohio BWC’s Drug-Free Safety Program as well as the Substance Use Recovery and Workplace Safety Program.


  • 2:15pm – 3:15pm
  • Webinar

Employers who are participating in the first year of the Drug-Free Safety Program must have their supervisors complete this 2 hour reasonable suspicion training class.


Topics to be discussed include:

  • Drug-Free Safety Program implementation
  • Drug testing and reasonable suspicion assessment
  • How to recognize a possible alcohol/drug problem
  • How to document behaviors that demonstrate an alcohol/drug problem
  • How to confront employees with the problem from observed behaviors
  • How to initiate reasonable suspicion and post-accident testing
  • Implementation of Employee Education

This training will meet the requirement for the Ohio BWC’s Drug-Free Safety Program as well as the Substance Use Recovery and Workplace Safety Program. Note: All supervisors completing the Initial Supervisor Training for the BWC’s DFSP program must also complete Accident Analysis Training via the BWC Learning Center.


  • 9:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

Join us for this session where we’ll discuss the importance of developing the soft skills of your current and potential future trainers.


  • 10:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

AUGUST 2024

Only a small group of employers are exempt from maintaining injury and illness records on an OSHA log (Form 300). Aside from reporting serious injuries, the Online Reporting Rule now requires businesses in certain industries, with over 19 employees, to submit information to OSHA electronically.


During this session, our team of experts will help you better understand:

  • Why not all workers’ comp claims should be reported to OSHA
  • How to complete online reporting
  • The risks of non-compliance and submission delays
  • COVID-19 reporting

Interactive Live Sessions:

The group will discuss scenarios to determine recordability on an OSHA log.


  • 11:00am – 1:00pm
  • Webinar

This Employee Education course will meet the annual requirement for the Ohio BWC’s Drug-Free Safety Program as well as the Substance Use Recovery and Workplace Safety Program.


Topics to be discussed include:

  • The disease model for alcohol and other drugs
  • Signs and symptoms of substance use/misuse
  • Effects of commonly used drugs and how they can impact the workplace
  • Overview of company drug & alcohol policy

Assistance available to your employees.


  • 9:00am – 10:00am
  • Webinar

Supervisors who have already completed the Initial Supervisor Training and are participating in a refresher year of the Drug-Free Safety Program must complete this 1 hour course.


Topics will include:

  • Drug testing and reasonable suspicion assessment
  • How to recognize a possible alcohol/drug problem
  • How to document behaviors that demonstrate an alcohol/drug problem
  • How to confront employees with the problem from observed behaviors
  • How to initiate reasonable suspicion and post-accident testing
  • Implementation of Employee Education

This training will meet the requirement for the Ohio BWC’s Drug-Free Safety Program as well as the Substance Use Recovery and Workplace Safety Program.


  • 10:15am – 11:15am
  • Webinar

Employers who are participating in the first year of the Drug-Free Safety Program must have their supervisors complete this 2 hour reasonable suspicion training class.


Topics to be discussed include:

  • Drug-Free Safety Program implementation
  • Drug testing and reasonable suspicion assessment
  • How to recognize a possible alcohol/drug problem
  • How to document behaviors that demonstrate an alcohol/drug problem
  • How to confront employees with the problem from observed behaviors
  • How to initiate reasonable suspicion and post-accident testing
  • Implementation of Employee Education

This training will meet the requirement for the Ohio BWC’s Drug-Free Safety Program as well as the Substance Use Recovery and Workplace Safety Program. Note: All supervisors completing the Initial Supervisor Training for the BWC’s DFSP program must also complete Accident Analysis Training via the BWC Learning Center.


  • 9:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

This program is designed to help you meet the DOT two-hour supervisor training requirement for sixty minutes of alcohol awareness and sixty minutes of drug education. Each participant who completes this training will receive a certificate to keep on file for proof of attendance.  This course is required for anyone that supervises an employee that holds a commercial drivers’ license.


Training objectives include:

  • The Effects of Alcohol and Drugs in the Workplace
  • DOT Supervisor’s Responsibilities
  • Signs, Symptoms, and Behavioral Indicators of Abuse
  • How to Recognize and Document Performance
  • How to Deal with the Confrontation Process
  • Review of Scenarios and how to Handle those Situations

  • 10:00am – 12:00pm
  • Webinar

Join us for this session where we’ll discuss the importance of developing the soft skills of your current and potential future trainers.


  • 10:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

SEPTEMBER 2024

Training employees how to recognize certain hazards, reporting certain hazards in need of immediate action, and how to incorporate the proper control measures by using the hierarchy of risk mitigation. This process includes but is not limited to eliminating the hazard, engineering controls, administrative controls and personal protection equipment.


JHA – this process is a systematic approach of analyzing the risk factors entailed within certain tasks. This three-step documented approach includes task being performed, hazards recognized per the task and safety controls implemented.


  • 9:00am – 10:00am
  • Webinar

This Employee Education course will meet the annual requirement for the Ohio BWC’s Drug-Free Safety Program as well as the Substance Use Recovery and Workplace Safety Program.


Topics to be discussed include:

  • The disease model for alcohol and other drugs
  • Signs and symptoms of substance use/misuse
  • Effects of commonly used drugs and how they can impact the workplace
  • Overview of company drug & alcohol policy

Assistance available to your employees.


  • 1:00pm – 2:00pm
  • Webinar

Supervisors who have already completed the Initial Supervisor Training and are participating in a refresher year of the Drug-Free Safety Program must complete this 1 hour course.


Topics will include:

  • Drug testing and reasonable suspicion assessment
  • How to recognize a possible alcohol/drug problem
  • How to document behaviors that demonstrate an alcohol/drug problem
  • How to confront employees with the problem from observed behaviors
  • How to initiate reasonable suspicion and post-accident testing
  • Implementation of Employee Education

This training will meet the requirement for the Ohio BWC’s Drug-Free Safety Program as well as the Substance Use Recovery and Workplace Safety Program.


  • 2:15pm – 3:15pm
  • Webinar

Employers who are participating in the first year of the Drug-Free Safety Program must have their supervisors complete this 2 hour reasonable suspicion training class.


Topics to be discussed include:

  • Drug-Free Safety Program implementation
  • Drug testing and reasonable suspicion assessment
  • How to recognize a possible alcohol/drug problem
  • How to document behaviors that demonstrate an alcohol/drug problem
  • How to confront employees with the problem from observed behaviors
  • How to initiate reasonable suspicion and post-accident testing
  • Implementation of Employee Education

This training will meet the requirement for the Ohio BWC’s Drug-Free Safety Program as well as the Substance Use Recovery and Workplace Safety Program. Note: All supervisors completing the Initial Supervisor Training for the BWC’s DFSP program must also complete Accident Analysis Training via the BWC Learning Center.


  • 9:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

Employers who are participating in the first year of the Drug-Free Safety Program must have their supervisors complete this 2 hour reasonable suspicion training class.


Topics to be discussed include:

  • Drug-Free Safety Program implementation
  • Drug testing and reasonable suspicion assessment
  • How to recognize a possible alcohol/drug problem
  • How to document behaviors that demonstrate an alcohol/drug problem
  • How to confront employees with the problem from observed behaviors
  • How to initiate reasonable suspicion and post-accident testing
  • Implementation of Employee Education

This training will meet the requirement for the Ohio BWC’s Drug-Free Safety Program as well as the Substance Use Recovery and Workplace Safety Program.


  • 11:00am – 1:00pm
  • Webinar

OSHA has added an additional requirement for some companies that have over 100 employees.  These companies will be required to submit their 300 logs and 301 forms to OSHA each year.   This rule change goes into effect January 1, 2024 and it doesn’t change any of the existing rules regarding online submission of the 300A summary.  Not all companies are affected by this change.  During this webinar we will review these changes and discuss how this may effect your company. *This course does not meet the 2-hour green year safety training requirement.


  • 10:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

Do your drivers know what to do if they’re involved in a traffic accident?


In this training session, we’ll review the steps your drivers should follow to conduct a basic investigation of their accident – from the moment it occurs to when they leave the scene. We’ll also outline the differences between a major accident and a minor incident and how managers can be prepared to handle these situations. Finally, we’ll outline the tools your drivers can use to reduce their risk of being involved in an accident.


  • 10:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

OCTOBER 2024

This training covers the various reasons why OSHA would reach out to a company or show up at their door or jobsite. Also, discussed are the:

  • Preparatory aspects each company should have so they are “OSHA ready” as well as the rights of each company
  • The response process to certain issues and allegations
  • The fines attached to certain citations or violations
  • Emphasis on building a safety program so as to avoid any such allegations, violations or accusations.

  • 9:00am – 10:00am
  • Webinar

Do you conduct safety training for your staff? Training is a critical part of workplace safety. An effective training program can not only help reduce the frequency of injuries, but may also support the establishment of a uniform safety culture in your workplace.


During this session we’ll provide you with details on:

  • Understanding different adult learning styles
  • Developing activities that help to keep training fun and engaging
  • Identifying the elements of a solid training program
  • Determining the appropriate learning tools for your company
  • Making clear, concise, and effective presentations
  • Generational differences in learning and how that affects training
  • Training techniques that just don’t work

  • 9:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

Only a small group of employers are exempt from maintaining injury and illness records on an OSHA log (Form 300). Aside from reporting serious injuries, the Online Reporting Rule now requires businesses in certain industries, with over 19 employees, to submit information to OSHA electronically.


During this session, our team of experts will help you better understand:

  • Why not all workers’ comp claims should be reported to OSHA
  • How to complete online reporting
  • The risks of non-compliance and submission delays
  • COVID-19 reporting

Interactive Live Sessions:

The group will discuss scenarios to determine recordability on an OSHA log.


  • 11:00am – 1:00pm
  • Webinar

In this webinar, we’ll discuss the various aspects of hazard recognition, the Hierarchy of Risk Mitigation, and the Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) process.



  • 10:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

Employers who are participating in the first year of the Drug-Free Safety Program must have their supervisors complete this 2 hour reasonable suspicion training class.


Topics to be discussed include:

  • Drug-Free Safety Program implementation
  • Drug testing and reasonable suspicion assessment
  • How to recognize a possible alcohol/drug problem
  • How to document behaviors that demonstrate an alcohol/drug problem
  • How to confront employees with the problem from observed behaviors
  • How to initiate reasonable suspicion and post-accident testing
  • Implementation of Employee Education

This training will meet the requirement for the Ohio BWC’s Drug-Free Safety Program as well as the Substance Use Recovery and Workplace Safety Program. Note: All supervisors completing the Initial Supervisor Training for the BWC’s DFSP program must also complete Accident Analysis Training via the BWC Learning Center.


  • 9:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

This Employee Education course will meet the annual requirement for the Ohio BWC’s Drug-Free Safety Program as well as the Substance Use Recovery and Workplace Safety Program.


Topics to be discussed include:

  • The disease model for alcohol and other drugs
  • Signs and symptoms of substance use/misuse
  • Effects of commonly used drugs and how they can impact the workplace
  • Overview of company drug & alcohol policy

Assistance available to your employees.


  • 1:00pm – 2:00pm
  • Webinar

Supervisors who have already completed the Initial Supervisor Training and are participating in a refresher year of the Drug-Free Safety Program must complete this 1 hour course.


Topics will include:

  • Drug testing and reasonable suspicion assessment
  • How to recognize a possible alcohol/drug problem
  • How to document behaviors that demonstrate an alcohol/drug problem
  • How to confront employees with the problem from observed behaviors
  • How to initiate reasonable suspicion and post-accident testing
  • Implementation of Employee Education

This training will meet the requirement for the Ohio BWC’s Drug-Free Safety Program as well as the Substance Use Recovery and Workplace Safety Program.


  • 2:15pm – 3:15pm
  • Webinar

In this session, we’ll review the Dept. of Transportation (DOT) and Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) requirements for drug testing programs.


Topics will include:

  • FMCSA Clearinghouse Requirements: Drivers/Employers Affected, Consent Forms, Reporting, and Queries
  • Written Drug & Alcohol Policy
  • Random Testing

  • 10:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

Employers who are participating in the first year of the Drug-Free Safety Program must have their supervisors complete this 2 hour reasonable suspicion training class.


Topics to be discussed include:

  • Drug-Free Safety Program implementation
  • Drug testing and reasonable suspicion assessment
  • How to recognize a possible alcohol/drug problem
  • How to document behaviors that demonstrate an alcohol/drug problem
  • How to confront employees with the problem from observed behaviors
  • How to initiate reasonable suspicion and post-accident testing
  • Implementation of Employee Education

This training will meet the requirement for the Ohio BWC’s Drug-Free Safety Program as well as the Substance Use Recovery and Workplace Safety Program.


  • 11:00am – 1:00pm
  • Webinar

Supervisors who have already completed the Initial Supervisor Training and are participating in a refresher year of the Drug-Free Safety Program must complete this 1 hour course.


Topics will include:

  • Drug testing and reasonable suspicion assessment
  • How to recognize a possible alcohol/drug problem
  • How to document behaviors that demonstrate an alcohol/drug problem
  • How to confront employees with the problem from observed behaviors
  • How to initiate reasonable suspicion and post-accident testing
  • Implementation of Employee Education

This training will meet the requirement for the Ohio BWC’s Drug-Free Safety Program as well as the Substance Use Recovery and Workplace Safety Program.


  • 1:30pm – 2:30pm
  • Webinar

This Employee Education course will meet the annual requirement for the Ohio BWC’s Drug-Free Safety Program as well as the Substance Use Recovery and Workplace Safety Program.


Topics to be discussed include:

  • The disease model for alcohol and other drugs
  • Signs and symptoms of substance use/misuse
  • Effects of commonly used drugs and how they can impact the workplace
  • Overview of company drug & alcohol policy

Assistance available to your employees.


  • 3:00pm – 4:00pm
  • Webinar

During this webinar we’ll discuss the following top concerns companies face while prepping for a Department of Transportation (DOT) audit:

  • Driver Qualification Files
  • Drug & Alcohol Program
  • Hours of Service
  • Vehicle Maintenance

  • 10:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

During this webinar we will discuss some of the tools and techniques that professional drivers can use to keep themselves and those around them safe on the roadways.


Topics will include:

  • How to Prevent & Avoid Collisions
  • Defensive Driving Techniques
  • Avoiding Distractions
  • Step-by-Step Procedures for Emergency Situations

  • 1:00pm – 2:00pm
  • Webinar

This program is designed to help you meet the DOT two-hour supervisor training requirement for sixty minutes of alcohol awareness and sixty minutes of drug education. Each participant who completes this training will receive a certificate to keep on file for proof of attendance.  This course is required for anyone that supervises an employee that holds a commercial drivers’ license.


Training objectives include:

  • The Effects of Alcohol and Drugs in the Workplace
  • DOT Supervisor’s Responsibilities
  • Signs, Symptoms, and Behavioral Indicators of Abuse
  • How to Recognize and Document Performance
  • How to Deal with the Confrontation Process
  • Review of Scenarios and how to Handle those Situations

  • 10:00am – 12:00pm
  • Webinar

Supervisors who have already completed the Initial Supervisor Training and are participating in a refresher year of the Drug-Free Safety Program must complete this 1 hour course.


Topics will include:

  • Drug testing and reasonable suspicion assessment
  • How to recognize a possible alcohol/drug problem
  • How to document behaviors that demonstrate an alcohol/drug problem
  • How to confront employees with the problem from observed behaviors
  • How to initiate reasonable suspicion and post-accident testing
  • Implementation of Employee Education

This training will meet the requirement for the Ohio BWC’s Drug-Free Safety Program as well as the Substance Use Recovery and Workplace Safety Program.


  • 1:30pm – 2:30pm
  • Webinar

Marijuana legalization is a changing area of law in our country. Decisions need to be well thought out so that both employees and employers will benefit.


During this webinar, we will review what marijuana is and where it comes from. We’ll also discuss the effect of marijuana on the body and its safety risks in the workplace. Best practices should include a strong, well-written policy, communication of the company’s position regarding marijuana through training, and a defined drug testing program.


  • 8:30am – 10:30am
  • Webinar

NOVEMBER 2023

One of the biggest challenges in safety management is motivating employees at all levels to care about and follow safety procedures and programs. This webinar is designed to help empower your leaders with 5 simple steps they can utilize to foster a more successful safety culture.


  • 10:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

Only a small group of employers are exempt from maintaining injury and illness records on an OSHA log (Form 300). Aside from reporting serious injuries, the Online Reporting Rule now requires businesses in certain industries, with over 19 employees, to submit information to OSHA electronically.


During this session, our team of experts will help you better understand:

  • Why not all workers’ comp claims should be reported to OSHA
  • How to complete online reporting
  • The risks of non-compliance and submission delays
  • COVID-19 reporting

Interactive Live Sessions:

The group will discuss scenarios to determine recordability on an OSHA log.


  • 11:00am – 1:00pm
  • Webinar

Marijuana legalization is an ongoing conversation in the U.S. As a result, laws continue to shift and change, often making compliance difficult.


During this webinar, we’ll review what marijuana is and where it comes from, the effects of marijuana on the body, and the safety risks its use poses in the workplace. We’ll also cover employer best practices, including a strong, well-written policy, clear communication of the company’s position through training, and a defined drug testing program.


  • 9:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

As a supervisor you may encounter reasonable suspicion scenarios that you’re unsure how to handle.


Join us as we review and work through some of the common drug & alcohol situations that companies are experiencing each and every day. This course does not satisfy the Ohio BWC’s reasonable suspicion / supervisor training requirements.


  • 11:30am – 12:30pm
  • Webinar

Did you know that, even if your company doesn’t have semi-trucks and driving vehicles isn’t a primary business operation, you may still be required to follow certain Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) rules and regulations?


During this webinar, we’ll review how the following might still apply to your business:

  • FMCSA registration requirements
  • Driver license & medical card requirements
  • Driver qualification files
  • Drug & alcohol testing program
  • Hours of service
  • Roadside inspections
  • Vehicle regulations

  • 10:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

During this webinar we’ll review the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s (FMCSA) driver qualification file requirements, discuss what information needs to be completed on each required federal form, and go over the requirements of the annual reports that must be filed every 12 months.


Finally, we’ll leave you with some tips and tricks for keeping your files organized and your recordkeeping requirements up to date.


  • 10:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

If you don’t keep OSHA logs and you’re required to, or if you fail to maintain your logs properly, your safety program can be adversely affected.


During this session, we’ll discuss how non-compliance can have a negative impact on your safety program. Topics include:

  • OSHA Fines
  • Incident, Frequency, and Severity Rate Discrepancies
  • Accident Prevention
  • OSHA Audits

  • 11:30am – 12:30pm
  • Webinar

The Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation’s (BWC) Public Employer Risk Reduction Program (PERRP) has adopted OSHA’s private industry recordkeeping standard and requires all Ohio state public employers to maintain injury and illness records.


The goal of this session is to help you in understanding the reporting requirements and deadlines to ensure compliance. This course is for public employers only.


  • 1:00pm – 3:00pm
  • Webinar

Join us as we discuss the importance of ladder safety – from selecting the right ladder for the job and inspection before use, to storage, handling, and proper set-up procedures.


  • 10:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

Do you maintain your OSHA logs but often feel like you may be doing them wrong?


During this session, we’ll discuss the common recordkeeping mistakes that companies often make. Bring your own questions and we’ll answer as many as time allows.


  • 10:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

Do you maintain your OSHA logs and feel confident that you are doing them correctly?


During this session, we’ll take recordkeeping beyond the basics. Join us for an interactive session using Kahoot! Bring your own questions and we’ll answer as many as time allows.


  • 11:30am – 12:30pm
  • Webinar

Prepare your employees to act quickly in response to an active shooter event by helping them to recognize signs of potential violence and informing them of what steps to take if confronted.


According to the FBI, 43% of active shooter incidents in 2019 occurred in areas of commerce. Be more informed and better prepared by attending this webinar.


In this session we will discuss:

  • Current statistics of workplace violence & active shooter events in the US
  • What we know and don’t know
  • How Sheakley can assist you in a prevention strategy at your company
  • The importance of each employee being key in prevention of an incident

  • 10:00am – 12:00pm
  • Webinar

DECEMBER 2023

Let’s finish up 2022 and head into 2023 with confidence that your transportation program is strong. We’ll recap the highlights from this year and outline what’s new for next year.


You don’t want to miss this webinar where we’ll provide an outline of important updates and deadlines for 2023.


  • 2:00pm – 3:00pm
  • Webinar

During this webinar we will discuss the differences between DOT and Non-DOT testing. We will review common testing scenarios and help clear up any confusion. Bring your questions with you!


You don’t want to miss this webinar where we will also discuss common misconceptions about medical marijuana and drug testing.


  • 9:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

Only a small group of employers are exempt from maintaining injury and illness records on an OSHA log (Form 300). Aside from reporting serious injuries, the Online Reporting Rule now requires businesses in certain industries, with over 19 employees, to submit information to OSHA electronically.


During this session, our team of experts will help you better understand:

  • Why not all workers’ comp claims should be reported to OSHA
  • How to complete online reporting
  • The risks of non-compliance and submission delays
  • COVID-19 reporting

Interactive Live Sessions:

The group will discuss scenarios to determine recordability on an OSHA log.


  • 11:30am – 1:30pm
  • Webinar

During this webinar, we’ll discuss the importance of recognizing and understanding the dangers of working in the cold, including fatigue, increased risk of incident/injury and hypothermia. We’ll also cover preventative measures that can be taken when working in cold weather.


  • 10:00am – 11:00am
  • Webinar

Sheakley believes that drug-free workplace programs can help improve overall worker health and safety.


During this webinar, we’ll share some alarming facts about substance abuse in the workplace. We’ll also review the estimated costs associated with substance abuse, the benefits of implementing a drug-free workplace program, how to get employees support, and the elements of a successful program.


  • 1:00pm – 3:00pm
  • Webinar

Join us for this 30 minute webinar to learn more about the passing of Issue 2 and if this can affect your workplace.

This does not meet the 2-hour green year safety training requirement.


  • 3:30pm – 4:00pm
  • Webinar
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