Safety and Health Webinars and No-Cost Training

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No Cost Webinars and In-Person Seminars

Throughout the year, and in partnership with additional Georgia Tech groups, the safety and health team offers free safety and health webinars and in-person seminars on topics to keep your team safe, engaged, and empowered to drive change within your organization. Below is the listing for our upcoming free offerings in person in Atlanta or Savannah, as well as three virtual offerings (via Zoom). Please note that these courses are either in person or virtual (via Zoom); none are hybrid offerings. Registration begins six weeks before the course date. Click on the course title below to find out more about the course content and to register.

Savannah Offerings–In Person

Virtual Offerings (via Zoom)

Atlanta Offerings–In Person

Susan Harwood Grant Training

Georgia Tech’s safety and health team is excited to announce upcoming free training on Infectious Diseases, including COVID-19. This training is funded by a Susan Harwood Grant*. These free courses will highlight OSHA’s key standards applicable to infectious diseases, and will provide facilities with further resources to help protect their employees.

These trainings will cover topics on:

• Introduction to OSHA and your rights as an employee
• Infectious diseases and the current COVID-19 pandemic
• Infectious Disease Prevention Strategies
• Applicable Infectious Disease OSHA Standards
• The COVID-19 National Emphasis Program and Previous Emergency Temporary Standards
• Managing Stress, Grief and Bereavement
• Where to Find Additional Resources

We currently also have the capability to provide virtual or on-site trainings in a limited capacity. Training materials and course content are offered at no cost to interested facilities. For more information or to get on our schedule for a free training please complete the form below.

*The material for these courses was produced under grant number SH-36981-HA1 from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, U.S. Department of Labor. It does not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the U.S. Department of Labor, nor does mention of trade names, commercial products, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.

Susan Harwood Event Request Form


Interested in Additional Training?

The Georgia Tech Safety, Health and Environmental team also offers the following: