Home About Us Products Praise Resources Newsroom Contact

 

 

Newsroom

 

Fill out your e-mail address to
receive our newsletter & webinar info!

  News for Immediate Release
Workplace Safety: A Guide for Small and Midsized Companies is now the Amazon.com #1 bestseller on workplace safety

Continue praise and support for Workplace Safety has moved it to the number one slot on workplace safety at Amazon.com.

To learn more about the book and how to purchase it, visit www.workplacesafetynow.com

Workplace Safety: A Guide for Small and Midsized Companies helps you create a workplace safety plan, comply with regulations, save money on workers’ compensation insurance costs, and make the workplace safer. This timely book is written with the multitasking manager, and business owner of small and midsized businesses in mind, and presents practical advice that facilitates making workplace safety a reality without it becoming a burden. Recognizing that no single plan will work for every business, this guide shows you how to create a Workplace Safety Program that is directly related to your operations, and the controls necessary to reduce the potential for injuries and illnesses. It includes valuable resources (in the book and online) such as a needs assessment, a twelve-month safety calendar, and OSHA forms.

About the Authors

STEVE THOMPSON, ARM, COSS, is President of Aspen Risk Management Group, an employee-owned consulting company providing business improvement strategies to companies. Their risk and safety goal is to save lives, prevent injuries & illnesses, and protect their clients from financial harm. He is a respected industry professional, and has served in risk/safety management positions for small, medium, and large companies. Steve has helped hundreds of companies improve their human resources, insurance, and safety functions. He has taught at the college level, is a former Air Force medic, and holds a BS in health care management from Southern Illinois University.  


DAN HOPWOOD, MPH, ARM, CBCP, is AVP and Safety and Health Manager for Zenith Insurance Company.  He has both managed and owned risk consulting firms in addition to being an officer and manager for insurance companies and brokerages. Dan has specialized in the development of safety and risk management programs, and he created and managed the Occupational Safety and Health Management Certificate Program at San Diego State University College of Extended Studies. He holds a BS in health sciences/industrial safety and a master of public health (MPH) with a concentration in occupational health from San Diego State University. 

Available wherever books are sold.


  Workplace Safety: A Guide for Small and Midsized Companies to be Carried by American Society of Safety Engineers

Wiley Publishing announced that Workplace Safety: A Guide for Small and Midsized Companies will be carried in the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) book catalog.

To learn more about the book and how to purchase it, visit www.workplacesafetynow.com

Workplace Safety: A Guide for Small and Midsized Companies helps you create a workplace safety plan, comply with regulations, save money on workers’ compensation insurance costs, and make the workplace safer. This timely book is written with the multitasking manager, and business owner of small and midsized businesses in mind, and presents practical advice that facilitates making workplace safety a reality without it becoming a burden. Recognizing that no single plan will work for every business, this guide shows you how to create a Workplace Safety Program that is directly related to your operations, and the controls necessary to reduce the potential for injuries and illnesses. It includes valuable resources (in the book and online) such as a needs assessment, a twelve-month safety calendar, and OSHA forms.


  News for Immediate Release
Workplace Safety: A Guide for Small and Midsized Companies to hit Bookshelves

Workplace Safety: A Guide for Small and Midsized Companies helps you create a workplace safety plan, comply with regulations, save money on workers’ compensation insurance costs, and make the workplace safer. This timely book is written with the multitasking manager, and business owner of small and midsized businesses in mind, and presents practical advice that facilitates making workplace safety a reality without it becoming a burden. Recognizing that no single plan will work for every business, this guide shows you how to create a Workplace Safety Program that is directly related to your operations, and the controls necessary to reduce the potential for injuries and illnesses. It includes valuable resources (in the book and online) such as a needs assessment, a twelve-month safety calendar, and OSHA forms. Key strategies and features include:

  • Creating and building a consistent and successful safety program through its user-friendly presentation… to enable you to efficiently grasp the relationship between injuries & illnesses, regulatory mandates, and financial management
  • Going beyond compliance—what are the “best safety practices” incorporated by successful companies
  • Reducing workers’ compensation insurance costs and managing injuries and illness
  • Essential information and resources for compliance with OSHA
  • Choosing the right insurance agent/broker and workers’ compensation insurance programs
  • Enlightening feedback from top safety professionals: “Greatest Lessons Learned in Achieving Safety Success”
  • Corresponding online resource library at www.workplacesafetynow.com

  In bookstores and available September 15, 2006, Workplace Safety: A Guide For Small and Midsized Companies, by Dan Hopwood and Steve Thompson, uses a straight-forward approach to the basic elements of a successful safety program.  Sections include core regulatory requirements, safety needs assessment, special hazards, workers' compensation & insurance, and best practices.  For more information, or to purchase, please contact 619-294-9863.
  Steve Thompson chosen as co-author for the new Safety and Health book to be published by Sybex Publishing's Harbor Light Press division (now Wiley).  He will be co-writing with Dan Hopwood.  The new publication will be designed for Small and Midsized businesses.  It is scheduled for a November 2005 release.