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Facilitated Training: Value-Driven® Driving
Learn how leading companies are using single-parent captives to break-free from insurance dependency2
Single-Parent Captives
Learn how leading companies are using single-parent captives to break-free from insurance dependency
The Value-Driven® Trucking Company
Value-Driven® Driving is an educational philosophy to stop the 3 types of Critical Crashes: rear-ends, lane changes, and run-unders. Value-Driven® Driving appeals to drivers’ values and priorities. In doing so, drivers will use their values and priorities to guide their protective driving technique as a professional truck driver. 
An 11th Hour Plan for the Food Safety Modernization Act
The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) is enforceable starting April 6th, 2017. If you're still unsure about what that means for your operation, join us for a review of the regulations and an action plan to remain compliant.

Certified Director or Supervisor of Safety (CDS/CSS): full program 4.5 days (or 2.5 days with Safety Basics Testing Option) with an exam on the last ½ day. Includes two courses held back-to-back. Motor Fleet Safety Basics (first 2-days) can be taken in the classroom or students may test out via the Testing Option. Managing Motor Fleet Safety Programs (second 2 days) must be taken in the classroom. Exam administered onsite the morning following second course.

Hear from industry experts on how to successfully execute your ELD strategy and learn from their first-hand experience. December 17th will be here before you know it...

This is the second event in HNI's Trucking Technology Series.  See the first event here.

Do you need a DOT compliance refresher or have new staff that requires training? This HNI-U seminar will cover DOT compliance for non-trucking entities.

Presenters Jeff Swan and Don Jerrell will provide insight from both the inspector's point of view as well as hands-on experience implementing programs and procedures that ensure compliance.

Do you need a DOT compliance refresher or have new staff that requires training? This HNI-U seminar will cover DOT compliance for trucking entities.

Presenters Jeff Swan and Don Jerrell will provide insight from both the inspector's point of view as well as hands-on experience implementing programs and procedures that ensure compliance.

Learn about how your business can improve its bottom line by taking more control of your insurance program.

Mid-sized organizations can utilize alternative risk solutions, better known as captive insurance companies, to lower their total cost of risk for Workers Compensation, General Liability, and Auto Liability. Through ownership, businesses can reap the benefits of their strong safety performance.

Proper forklift training is important for avoiding property damage, injury, or even death. But - are your trainers passing along the right knowledge when it comes to safety? Trainers who will be training your forklift operators are essentially the last line of defense in stopping untrained or unskilled operators from operating a forklift. This course trains the trainer, making sure safety remains a cornerstone of your operations. 

Attendees who complete this training will receive certification and will be able to train and certify other operators to OSHA standard. 

Your Compliance Manual to OSHA's 300 and 300A Forms

Most businesses will need to post their OSHA Form 300A from Feb. 1 through April 30. This document communicates with your people your OSHA recordable incidents for the previous year — that's work-related injuries and illnesses. Failure to meet this requirement could result in big fines for your organization. Also, unprecedented upcoming OSHA regulations may require you to submit your company's OSHA 300 log information directly to OSHA- how might this impact you?

With OSHA's final ruling on requiring employers submit injury and illness data electronically, significant changes will need to be implemented by the effective date of December 1, 2016 to ensure compliance in this changing area.

This webinar will touch on when you must submit your electronic records to OSHA, the implications of OSHA posting your injury records, and how the new ruling impacts your reporting procedures and employee accountability.

 
Captivate Your Employee Benefits

Significant cost increases.  Decreasing benefits.  Lack of control.  If this is your employee benefits story, then we invite you to consider alternative ways to fund your benefits program.      

Captives bring a slew of benefits, including more control, long-term cost savings, and the potential to earn dividends. Most importantly, it puts you in charge of your benefits program's performance.

Shawn Lanter from Berkley Accident and Health digs into what a captive is, why they exist, and how they could work for you.

HIPAA Essentials

A HIPAA violation could cost your company up to $50,000 per offense. 

HR Workplace and HNI have teamed up to bring you an overview of HIPAA (the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act), outlining the main components, and identifying who is covered by the Act to make sure you aren't hit with a noncompliance fee.

We will examine the privacy provisions under HIPAA as they relate to protected health information (PHI) and also give your employees and business associates the tools to recognize the key provisions of HIPAA, how their organizations are affected by HIPAA, and how the privacy rules impact them. 

Take Control of Your Benefits

Significant cost increases.  Decreasing benefits.  Lack of control.  If this is your employee benefits story, then we invite you to consider alternative ways to fund your benefits program.     

Trailblazer organizations are out-smarting the traditional model by using performance-driven strategies (such as captives) to engage their people and fuel results. 

Joe Parrilli from Captive Resources will discuss what a captive is, how they work, and the control they could provide your company.

Brace Yourself: Fall Protection and Safety Strategies to Prevent Workplace Injuries 

Did you know that fatalities caused by falls from elevation continue to be the leading cause of death for construction workers? Prevent these avoidable accidents and increase your safety with our upcoming HNI U event that will discuss the behavioral side of safety standards, current OSHA initiatives, and provide an in depth demonstration of different types of fall protection and safety strategies. 

Join our experienced advisors in a workshop targeted to preventing falls in the workplace while also equipping you with the tools you need to make safety a top priority in your organization.

REV UP Your Benefits Performance

Double-digit cost increases.  Decreasing benefits.  Lack of control.  If this is your employee benefits story, then we invite you to rally with us.      

All throughout the country, free-wheeling executives have been reduced to 'off-the-shelf' consumers, choosing between bundled benefits programs that don't satisfy the needs of their employees.  

But there is a way to break free.  

Trailblazer organizations are out-smarting the traditional model by using performance-driven strategies to engage their people and fuel results.  

This rally is for leaders that want to rev up their performance and become less dependent on insurance. 

#RevUp

DOT Compliance for Trucking Entities

Do you need a DOT compliance refresher or have new staff that requires training? This HNI-U seminar will cover DOT compliance for trucking entities.

Presenters Jeff Swan and Don Jerrell will provide insight from both the inspector's point of view as well as hands-on experience implementing programs and procedures that ensure compliance.

Navigating the Legal Aspects of the Wisconsin Worker's Comp Changes 

The recent changes to the Wisconsin Worker's Compensation laws have left many HR professionals with looming questions. Our upcoming webinar will contain a brief overview of these changes and will discuss how these changes could impact your business operations. Our panel of speakers will also address new legal issues which may arise due to the changes and how an employer should be proactive with the implementation of these new laws.

HNI attorneys, Mark Brault and Ben Menzel, will touch on the legal aspects of the recent changes, while Britta Wagner, HNI's Claims Specialist, will provide insight into how these changes will impact you. 

When Your Crisis Communication Plan Gets Put to the Test

A crisis communication plan is a vital part of emergency preparedness and response.  Having a solid crisis communication plan that is understood, tested, and practiced by company employees, can not only save a company’s reputation, but at times, can also save lives.

Corrigan Oil shares valuable insight into a time they put their crisis communication plan to the test. An in depth analysis and discussion of how their company dealt with this incident will be shared to help you formulate a crisis communications plan that is company-specific, accurate, and practical.

Compliance Alert: Get Ready for New Food Safety Act Regulations

Are you ready for the Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Food rule that will be finalized March 31, 2016? This webinar will make sure your company is in compliance with the Food Safety Modernization Act provisions and address any looming questions and concerns. 

Presenter Jonathan Stringer will provide guidance and insight on managing the effects on carriers and other impacted parties. He wil also briefly discuss cargo claims, ways to limit liability and defenses, along with bad contract provisions to watch out for.

The Complex Relationship Between Worker's Comp, ADA, and FMLA 

Employers can experience substantial cost savings and avoid liability when employee leaves are effectively managed through well-drafted policies and procedures. Laws such as Worker's Compensation, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and the Family and Medical Leave Act make compliance in this area a challenge for even the experience HR professional.

Join our experienced advisor in a practical discussion of how to avoid the pitfalls employers encounter when managing employee absences. Attendees will learn how to apply best practices for leave management to actively control costs and minimize liability.

DOT Compliance for Non-Trucking Entities

Do you need a DOT compliance refresher or have new staff that requires training? This HNI-U seminar will cover basic DOT compliance for non-trucking entities.

Presenters Jeff Swan and Don Jerrell will provide insight from both the inspector's point of view as well as hands-on experience implementing programs and procedures that ensure compliance.

Risk Management for Construction Professionals

Risk Management, for construction professionals, comes in many forms. This HNI U event will help you as a construction professional in today's red hot construction environment by giving you the tools to better manage risk, improve your contracting process, and mitigate the legal environment. 

Presenter Roy E. Wagner will share valuable insight into project management, invoicing, lien practice, and claim avoidance.

Medically At Risk Drivers: What You Don't Know Can Hurt You

Successful organizations have the ability to deliver quality, timely service to their clients all the while making safety a core value in their business. While these organizations take managing their risk very seriously, the scary reality is that they may have an exposure to risk that has them completely in the dark.

If there was a glaring gap in your safety and risk management strategy wouldn’t you want to know about it?

During this webinar we will explore the impact of cognitive impairment on driver performance, why it is often left undetected and what your organization can proactively do to protect your business, your driver and your community.

Your Critical Guide to OSHA Recordkeeping

An important OSHA compliance deadline starts Feb. 1. Are you ready?

Most businesses will need to post their OSHA Form 300A from Feb. 1 through April 30. This document communicates with your people a summary of your OSHA recordable incidents (OSHA 300) for the previous year — that's work-related injuries and illnesses. Failure to meet this requirement could result in big fines for your organization!

In this HNI U webinar, attendees learn what's required on OSHA Form 300 & 300A, what incidents are OSHA recordable, and how to post this information to stay in compliance.

 

"Big Data" Meets Performance Management for Drivers

At this webinar, we will share ideas to break through “information overload” and get drivers and their managers focused on the most important metrics that affect driver profitability. 

 

Introduction to Subrogation & How it Impacts Trucking Companies

At this panel discussion, we will briefly cover what filings are required for which employers, and then dive into how you can meet this compliance obligation and collect the necessary data in an efficient way. 

 

CREATING A MAGNETIC EMPLOYEE EXPERIENCE: Nurturing Talent From Recruit, to New Hire, to Evangelist

This HNI University event will feature a series of short presentations (TED Talk style, each 15 minutes or less) on how you can be the kind of organization that attracts and retains talent better than your competition. 

 

Complying with the ACA 6055 and 6056 Reporting Requirements

At this panel discussion, we will briefly cover what filings are required for which employers, and then dive into how you can meet this compliance obligation and collect the necessary data in an efficient way. 

 

Navigating the Workplace Generation Gaps in Transportation

For the first time in history, there are four generations of employees working side by side, and each group brings a unique and valuable perspective. However, managing this mix of people to meet their maximum potential can be a challenge.

 

BEHAVIOR BASED SAFETY PROGRAMS: How Thinking Safe
Leads to Acting Safe

Behavior-based safety programs look at where the “rubber meets the road” to improve employee adoption of your program recommendations. This webinar will cover behavior-based safety basics, focusing on how to motivate change through a basic understanding of human behavior and in-the-field observation.

 

Managing Employee Performance in a Manufacturing Environment

At this HNI University webinar, we will discuss techniques for managing performance and changing behaviors in a manufacturing setting. 

 

Preparing for an OSHA Inspection

Knock knock. It’s OSHA at your door — now what? Flaws may be uncovered in even the strongest of safety cultures when held under the microscope of an OSHA inspection.

 

Building a Driver Wellness Program That Sticks

In this webinar, we'll talk through how to build a program that will instill a culture of wellness in your organization, starting from the day new drivers or employees are hired by making sure they are truly fit for duty.