WMA Safety Program
Management leadership is a core element of a workplace safety and health program.
Accelerate your program and show your commitment in your workplace. Take 3 in 30!
Here’s how you do it:
1. Take 3 actions in 30 days
There are lots of ways to accelerate your program!
Choose from our list or pick one of your own. Every workplace is different so select actions that work best for you.
2. Share in your workplace
It is important for your employees to see your commitment to safety!
Show them that safety starts with you! List your three actions and share it on social media, in your company newsletter, or post it in the workplace.
3. Accept your challenge coin
You did it! Download your virtual challenge coin for showing Management Leadership. Share it on social media, post it in your workplace, or put it in your signature file – display it proudly!
WMA Safety Committee
WMA is committed to worker safety and health to leverage resources and expertise to help ensure safe and healthy workplaces, and that worker rights are protected under the Occupational Safety and Health Act.
WMA through its Safety Committee develops safety programs, publications, and services, and offers other resources to assist members in establishing and managing effective safety programs. WMA communicates with OSHA and other federal agencies on issues affecting members and offers briefings on regulatory compliance issues.
The mission of the WMA Safety Committee is to establish a value-added program that will focus on improving the millwork safety and health environment by bringing awareness to key issues and encouraging members to utilize the opportunities and programs available to eliminate hazards.
The WMA Safety Committee
- Identifies key safety and health issues pertaining to the millwork industry
- Provides awareness of opportunities and programs available to WMA Members
- Develops a working relationship with OSHA specific to the Millwork Industry