Managing Office Environments

Time and Place
Start Time:Thursday, July 25, 2019 9:00 AM
End Time:Thursday, July 25, 2019 1:00 PM
Held By:Barbados Employers' Confederation
Location:Barbados Employers' Confederation
Regular Admission:$375.00 Early Bird / $375.00 Late Bird (Members)
 $475.00 Early Bird / $475.00 Late Bird (Non-members)



Environmental issues in the workplace is a growing concern for companies, especially as it relates to employees’ health and safety. Bad air quality and ventilation as well as asbestos-riddled structures can lead to sick building syndrome, which can compromise the health and comfort of your employees. Not only can poor workplace environments reduce productivity, but research has shown they may be linked to asthma, lung cancer and other medical problems.

A thorough understanding and application of this discipline will allow organisations to minimize resistance, increase engagement, improve performance, reduce costs and promote innovation.

During this workshop, specific emphasis will be placed on the assessment of environmental issues within your organisation, the importance of routine maintenance scheduling and the effects of chronic illnesses in your work environment.

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Participants Will Learn

• Definition of occupational safety and health

• Understanding risk hazards within the workplace

• Understanding the importance of air quality

• How to conduct environmental risk assessments

• Managing chronic illnesses within your environment

• How to become compliant with the SHAW Act

• The importance of scheduling routine maintenance

 Training Methods

• Case studies

• PowerPoint Presentation

• Interactive Discussion/Exercises

• Videos

 Who Should Attend

• Business Owners

• Heads of Departments

• Human Resource personnel

• Office/ Line Managers & Supervisors

• Professionals

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