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Working Conditions: Occupational Requirements and Injuries

July 23, 2020
12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
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Virtual At Your Desk - Log in info will be provided before the meeting


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PLEASE REGISTER BY MONDAY, JULY 20th TO GET LOGIN INFO.  LOGIN INFO WILL BE PROVIDED ON TUESDAY BEFORE THE MEETING.

During this virtual learning session, an overview of the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) data on working conditions and how to use them: the Occupational Requirements Survey (ORS), which details on-the-job physical and educational requirements (e.g. time sitting/standing, exposure to dangerous temperatures, minimum education needed, etc.); the Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses (SOII), which details how many people get injured at work, and how long they may be away from work, have restricted duties, or transferred due to injury; and the Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries (CFOI), which details how many fatalities occur each year from work-related accidents.  

Robin Hildick of BLS.gov will guide participants in how to utilize this high-level economic data and how to apply this to complete analysis of the above-mentioned reports to create an overall strategic plan for their company based on data for their companies and areas.

 Learning Objectives:   

  • How to use the BLS website to gather appropriate data  
  • How to use ORS data in writing job descriptions
  • How to use SOII and CFOI data to avoid common accidents and injuries
  • How to utilize all of this data to build a strategic plan for your company

 

APPROVED FOR 1.5 SHRM/HRCI BUSINESS CREDITS  

 Presented By: Robin Hildick

Robin Hildick is a senior economist with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Hailing from the outskirts of London, he found himself moving to this side of the pond over a decade ago. Since then, Robin has helped people from academia, government, and the world of business with labor data they didn't even know they needed. His passion for data has driven him to write countless press releases and attended dozens of conferences, which is lucky since that's also his job description. Robin has a BS in Economics from The College of New Jersey and a Master of Applied Statistics from Penn State.

 Hosted by the HRPCPA Professional Development Committee

Tickets

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$25.00 Non-Member