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CommonHealth Stay Well

CommonHealth’s STAY WELL campaign aims to empower employees to combat the spread of infectious diseases at home and at work.

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Financial Wellness

The Employee Financial Wellness Program provides resources to help state employees achieve financial independence. Make sure your financial wellness is a priority. The Employee Financial Wellness Program provides resources to help state employees achieve financial independence. Make sure your financial wellness is a priority. Check out the financial education offerings and resources here!

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New EEO Poster

The Office of Workforce Engagement’s D&I team has created new Equal Employment Opportunity Posters to reflect our state EEO Complaint Process.

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Upcoming Events and Activities

  • May 2024 Financial Wellness Program

  • Safety Responsibilities of Managers And Supervisors

    OSHA recognizes that successful safety systems have management’s support. This support not only comes in the form of financial funding but more important, by taking an active role in the safety program. This course will give the participants strategies and techniques to ensure their safety programs are constantly improving.

  • General Storage Safety

    Improper storage of materials and chemicals can lead to injuries to staff members as well as property damage. This course will identify common storage problems and demonstrate the proper way to store material and chemicals. This course is based on relevant standard information found in the 29 CFR 1910 General Industry standards.

  • The Ultimate Bucket List: Aerial Lift and Bucket Truck Safety

    Does your agency have a bucket truck or aerial lift? Do you have questions related to fall protection when using it? Then this class is for you!

  • Powered Industrial Trucks: Train-the-Trainer

    This half-day course covers the classroom portion of powered industrial truck training for people who will be required to train agency employees to operate powered industrial trucks. The class focuses on OSHA requirements and technical knowledge required for forklift training. Richmond or Virtual

  • Virginia Tree Trimming Standard: Are You in Compliance?

    This standard is based on the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Z133.1-2006-Safety Requirements for Arboricultural Operations (With Modifications) for Application to Tree Trimming operations. Richmond or Virtual

  • Seasonal Safety

    This course is designed to give the participants useful information concerning potential hazards to avoid while working outdoors and indoors in each of the four seasons.

  • New Safety Officer Training

    This full day course is designed to provide all the basic skill training needed by agency personnel newly assigned to the duties of Agency Safety Officer. Topics included will be the basics of safety, an introduction to the OSHA Act and how it affects state agencies, how to set priorities and goals using trend analysis, conducting safety audits, and accident investigations.

  • OSHA 10 General Industry Course

    This 1 1/2-day course provides a short version of the national curriculum developed by the OSHA training institute. Topics vary, depending on the needs of the attendees, but will include OSHA compliance and recordkeeping, personal protective equipment, hazcom, and emergency preparedness. (Note: Must attend the first day and the morning of the second session to complete the 10 hours required.)

  • OSHA 30-Hour General Industry Course

    OSHA 30-Hour – This course is based on a national curriculum developed by the U.S. Department of Labor – OSHA, and specially adapted for the needs of employees of the Commonwealth. Emphasis will be placed on learning how to interpret, understand, and implement OSHA requirements at the agency level. Topics range from a discussion of how the Virginia OSHA Program (VOSH) regulates state agencies to technical topics of interest in a variety of work situations. This will complete the rest of the schedule for the week. (Note: Must attend all 4 days.)

  • OSHA 30-Hour General Industry Course

    This course is based on a national curriculum developed by the U.S. Department of Labor – OSHA, and specially adapted for the needs of employees of the Commonwealth. Emphasis will be placed on learning how to interpret, understand, and implement OSHA requirements at the agency level. Topics range from a discussion of how the Virginia OSHA Program (VOSH) regulates state agencies to technical topics of interest in a variety of work situations. This will complete the rest of the schedule for the week. (Note: Must attend all 4 days.)

  • Root Cause Analysis

    This presentation will reveal how to find and correct causative factors as they pertain to accidents in the workplace. Rarely one root cause is the culprit in a given accident. To properly correct and prevent future incidents all root causes must be identified and corrected.

  • Driver Safety: A Crash Course in Accident

    The program is designed to be used at agency facilities to review strategies and tactics for safe drivers and provide tips on how to prevent vehicle crashes.