Subcontractor Safety College

The Program

Each month, top safety professionals with first-hand knowledge and field experience take you through a three-hour class to assist in developing your company’s safety program, increasing your comfort level in implementing a safety culture for your company. 

Course Work

MAY 17
101. Elements of a Safety Program with Shawn Crawford, Baker DC

Covering the elements of a well-executed safety program, this class covers management commitment, employee involvement, worksite analysis, as well as how to implement hazard prevention and control to include safety and health training.  

JUN 14
102. Developing AHAs and JHAs with Ian Mitchell, The Graham Company

Learn the important properties of the Activity Hazard Analysis (AHA) and Job Hazard Analysis (JHA), the value of this analysis, what jobs are appropriate for a hazard analysis and how to begin the process.   

SEP 20
103. Accident Investigation with Alex Rodas, Miller & Long Co., Inc.

Look at the cause of accidents and how to prevent similar accidents in the future to:
• fulfill your legal requirements
• determine the cost of an accident
• determine compliance with applicable safety regulations, and
• process workers' compensation claims.     

OCT 18
104. Risk Management with David Webb, Hensel Phelps

We will explore risk control techniques, reduction of the frequency of loss (risk prevention), reduction of the severity of loss (risk reduction) and contractual transfer of responsibility for loss occurrence.

NOV 15
105. How Safety Impacts the Bottom Line with Dave Sanders, Ruppert Landscape, Inc.

How much do accidents REALLY impact your profits? This class will outline the importance of focusing on workplace safety and why your supervisors are the #1 tool for achieving a successful bottom line by discussing the hidden costs of accidents and how they impact insurance costs. 

DEC 13
106. Creating a Safety Culture within Your Company with Shawn Crawford, Baker DC

This class will help define safety responsibilities for each level within your organization including policies, goals and plans for the safety culture by sharing your safety vision and enforce accountability.  

Develop a Safety Culture

Establishing a safe working environment requires every employer - large and small - and every worker to make safety and health a top priority. The entire work force - from the CEO to the most recent hire - must recognize that worker safety and health is central to the mission and key to the profitability of the American company.

Safety is Good for Business

An effective safety program can save $4 to $6 for every $1 invested. It's the right thing to do, and doing it right pays off in lower costs, increased productivity, potential hazards and higher employee morale.


8:00am to 11:00am 


Member: $795 per person all sessions
                 $175 per person per class
NonMember: $995 per person all sessions
                      $225 per person per class


6901 Muirkirk Meadows Drive, Suite F
Beltsville MD 20705