L O S S P R E V E N T I O N S E M I N A R S
Discipline and the Supervisor
Thursday, July 20th, 2017
9:00 AM – 12:00 PM (English)
Discipline. It is one of the most misunderstood and often misused tools a Supervisor has! Some never use it while others overuse it! Both not using and over using it can negatively impact your employees’ morale, safety and productivity!
It can also increase your company’s exposure to fines, citations and lawsuits! It can have a tremendous negative impact your bottom line! So why is this? And, what can we do about this?
No charge to attend, but space is limited – you must register to reserve your seat!
Courtesy seminar offered by Tolman & Wiker Insurance Services to our valued business community and friends.
- When to use discipline effectively
- Morale, safety and productivity
- Exposure to fines, citations and law suits
- The potential for negative impact on your bottom line
- Why is this? And, what can we do about this?
Please make sure all attendees arrive at least 15 minutes ahead to sign in; classes will begin on time. Ample free parking is available
TOLMAN & WIKER
INSURANCE SERVICES, LLC
1525 E. Main Street
Santa Maria, CA
If registering after this date, please call us to confirm availability. If you require any special accommodations, please inform us when registering for the seminar. Seminar schedules are subject to change; all registrations will be confirmed upon receipt.
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About the Speaker
GILBERT J. CERVANTES
Gilbert J. Cervantes has extensive experience in conducting effective loss prevention and safety programs designed to help your business reduce risk, lower the rate of accidents and injuries, and enhance your employee’s understanding of safety best practices, equipment certification, and compliance with supervisor training requirements. In addition Gilbert is bilingual and fluent in Spanish, which allows him to effectively communicate loss prevention and safety training concepts and answer any questions that may arise from supervisors and/or employees.