Jun
8
Tue
Lock Out/Tag Out
Jun 8 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am

Virtually Presented By: David Estrada

Email: davide@newmexicomutual.com |  (505) 343-2832

The control of hazardous energy can be the difference between life or death for some. In this course you will learn the different techniques for controlling hazardous energy, know when and what machines need to be locked out, and what written plans or policies you need to have in place.

This course will be virutal. A link will be provided to you 2 business days prior the class date.

Please note all safety workshops are free to current New Mexico Mutual policyholders.

This class is currently closed. Please check back regularly for our next training.
Jun
15
Tue
Recreational Cannabis Preparedness
Jun 15 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am

Virtually Presented By: Anthony Herrera & Sara Martinez

Emails: anthonyh@newmexicomutual.com |  (505) 343-2837
saram@newmexicomutual.com | (505) 343-7791

Recreational cannabis is a hot topic in New Mexico. In this course, we will discuss how you can prepare your workplace for the new laws and help you establish a Drug Use Policy. We will also cover how the use of marijuana can affect your claims and how those are handled.

This course will be virtual. A link will be provided to you 2 business days prior the class date.

Please note all safety workshops are free to current New Mexico Mutual policyholders.

This class is currently closed. Please check back regularly for our next training.
Jun
17
Thu
Drug and Alcohol Awareness in the Workplace
Jun 17 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am

Presented by Linda Atkinson, Executive Director of the DWI Resource Center, Inc.

Questions? Contact Sara Martinez at (505) 343-7791 or saram@newmexicomutual.com 

As an employer, does medical marijuana cause you concern? What about prescription drug abuse? And then there is alcohol misuse and motor vehicle crashes. Are your substance abuse policies current? Drug and alcohol issues have a huge impact on safety, workplace productivity and employee turnover. Having a policy that addresses current substance abuse becomes more challenging, ignoring it can create many issues affecting your bottom line, increasing your liability and workers’ compensation rates. The businesses most often affected are small to mid-sized companies, according to the Department of Labor. This workshop is specifically designed to guide supervisory personnel and provide training on the following:

  • Substance abuse policies, addressing medical marijuana and prescription abuse
  • OSHA rule (Anti-Retaliatory) on post-accident testing
  • The most current information on medical marijuana in the workplace
  • The signs and symptoms of probable drug use and/or alcohol misuse
  • How to approach an employee you suspect of being impaired
  • When to test and when NOT to test, and how to conduct testing
  • How company wellness programs can help curb substance abuse issues.

This course will be virutal. A link will be provided to you 2 business days prior the class date.

Please note all safety workshops are free to current New Mexico Mutual policyholders.

This class is currently closed. Please check back regularly for our next training.
Jun
18
Fri
Defensive Driving Course (DDC)
Jun 18 @ 9:00 am – 4:30 pm

Virtually Presented By: Sara Martinez

Email: saram@newmexicomutual.com |  (505) 343-7791

Defensive Driving is a 6 hour course that is produced by the National Safety Council. We will cover a variety of topics including rules and regulations, distracted driving, and ways to be proactive to prevent vehicle related accidents. A certificate will be provided upon completion of the course.

This course will be virutal. A link will be provided to you 2 business days prior the class date.

Please note all safety workshops are free to current New Mexico Mutual policyholders.

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Jun
25
Fri
Active Shooter Training
Jun 25 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am

Virtually Presented By: Mark Skorvanik

Email: marks@newmexicomutual.com |  (505) 343-2893

Unfortunately active shooter training is a necessary training for schools, shopping malls, and workplaces. Here in New Mexico there are numerous active shooter incidents a year and only a few of them ever make the news. It is much more common than you may think. We will discuss when active shooter training is needed, and ways to help protect and train workers to keep them safe if they should ever find themselves in a siutuation.

This course will be virtual. A link will be provided to you 2 business days prior the class date.

Please note all safety workshops are free to current New Mexico Mutual policyholders.

Jul
6
Tue
Recreational Cannabis Preparedness
Jul 6 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am

Virtually Presented By: Mark Skorvanik

Emails: marks@newmexicomutual.com |  (505) 343-2893

Recreational cannabis is a hot topic in New Mexico. In this course, we will discuss how you can prepare your workplace for the new laws and help you establish a Drug Use Policy. We will also cover how the use of marijuana can affect your claims and how those are handled.

This course will be virtual. A link will be provided to you 2 business days prior the class date.

Please note all safety workshops are free to current New Mexico Mutual policyholders.

This class is currently closed. Please check back regularly for our next training.
Jul
7
Wed
Return to Work During COVID
Jul 7 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am

Virtually Presented By: David Estrada

Email: davide@newmexicomutual.com | (505) 343-2832

Staying safe at work has been a little harder these days due to SARS CoV-2.  This course is designed to help employers and their employees prevent a resurgence in cases of COVID-19, as well as keep individuals safe as businesses reopen and workers return to their workplaces. We will cover safe COVID practices, cleaning/sanitizing surfaces, and testing methods among other topics. You should walk away from the course feeling more confident about what to you should you get that call.

This course will be virutal. A link will be provided to you 2 business days prior the class date.

Please note all safety workshops are free to current New Mexico Mutual policyholders.

This class is currently closed. Please check back regularly for our next training.
Jul
13
Tue
Bloodborne Pathogens
Jul 13 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am

Virtually Presented By: Anthony Herrera

Email: anthonyh@newmexicomutual.com | (505) 343-2837

Bloodborne pathogens have undoubtedly been in the spotlight this year due to SARS CoV-2.  This training will help you to identify the various types of pathogens and how to protect yourself from them.

This course will be virutal. A link will be provided to you 2 business days prior the class date.

Please note all safety workshops are free to current New Mexico Mutual policyholders.

This class is currently closed. Please check back regularly for our next training.
Jul
20
Tue
Excavations
Jul 20 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am

Emails: marketing@newmexicomutual.com |  (505) 343-2831

Excavations can be deadly. In this course we will discuss the many dangers of excavations and trenches, soil types, and ways to mitigate hazards.

This course will be virutal. A link will be provided to you 2 business days prior the class date.

Please note all safety workshops are free to current New Mexico Mutual policyholders.

This class is currently closed. Please check back regularly for our next training.
Jul
23
Fri
Defensive Driving Course (DDC)
Jul 23 @ 9:00 am – 4:30 pm

Virtually Presented By: David Estrada

Email: davide@newmexicomutual.com |  (505) 343-2832

Defensive Driving is a 6 hour course that is produced by the National Safety Council. We will cover a variety of topics including rules and regulations, distracted driving, and ways to be proactive to prevent vehicle related accidents. A certificate will be provided upon completion of the course.

This course will be virutal. A link will be provided to you 2 business days prior the class date.

Please note all safety workshops are free to current New Mexico Mutual policyholders.

This class is currently closed. Please check back regularly for our next training.