Sedgwick provides consultative risk control services to support CHWCA members, utilizing a comprehensive loss analysis approach. Our goal is to reduce incidents and injuries, ensure regulatory compliance, and advance the safety culture at our member agencies.
Risk Control Service Plan Highlights:
Job Hazard Analysis (JHA)
Sedgwick Risk Control will be performing a study on a targeted job classification group (i.e., Maintenance) to identify high-risk tasks and conduct on-site job observations and interviews at targeted sites. The study will be used to focus risk control efforts and develop reports and training plans tailored to the job classification group for each member.
Virtual Safety Manager Program (VSM)
The program is a safety training learning management and recordkeeping service that identifies Cal/OSHA employee training requirements, assigns training to employees, utilizes LMS features, and provides comprehensive management reports through the Vector Solutions platform, which is a member benefit of access to Public Risk Innovation, Solutions, and Management (PRISM). For more information, please see the Sedgwick VSM flyer.
2024 Webinar Series – Navigating Towards a Resilient Workplace – A series of webinars will be delivered to the CHWCA membership on the theme of workplace violence and security. The webinar theme reflects a risk control strategy for creating a secure work environment from all angles. Webinar events will feature topics such as Emergency Action Planning, Site Security, Conflict De-escalation, and guide to update your Workplace Violence and Prevention Program per SB 553 Requirements.
Stay tuned for the 2024 Webinar Series Schedule. We recommend viewing past webinars hosted by CHWCA such as the Workplace Violence Webinar Series (2021) presented by Alvarez Associates and ACI Specialty Benefits Webinar Series (2022) on Wellness:Reach our staff for services
CHWCA members deal with a diverse client base and sometimes work in remote locations that can lead to working under stressful and confrontational situations. If employees are not adequately trained to recognize and deal with these situations in a positive manner, these situations could escalate to dangerous levels. Providing employees with additional training and resources to recognize and handle these situations could greatly improve their working conditions.
CHWCA has partnered with Alvarez Associates, a leader in workplace violence prevention recognition and training, to present this webinar series. Each webinar will be broadcast live and recorded so you can use them for training your employees at a later date. All videos are password protected. Please contact Katie Sullivan (email@example.com) for password and/or technical assistance.
Workplace Violence Prevention Webinar Series
CHWCA members deal with a diverse client base and sometimes work in under stressful situations. Recognizing the importance of mental health and addressing it in a positive manner, provides employees with resources and guidance and could greatly improve their working conditions.
CHWCA has partnered with ACI Specialty Benefits to present this webinar series. Each webinar will be broadcast live and recorded so you can use them for training your employees at a later date. All videos are password protected. Please contact Katie Sullivan (firstname.lastname@example.org) for password and/or technical assistance.
ACI Specialty Benefits Webinar Series