What Andy Warhol Taught Me About Workplace Safety
Andy Warhol’s pop art is some of the most iconic and memorable art in existence. Whether it was his interpretation of a common place Campbell’s Soup can or his imaging of the equally iconic Marilyn Monroe, Warhol lead the way for a cultural change in his field. Workplace safety is something that needs interpretation and your organization may need cultural change to make safety a priority and common place with staff. This workshop will be as interactive as a night at Studio 54 and help you make your workplace safety program as compelling as Warhol’s works. Content includes outlining a basic safety orientation program for employees along with discussing often neglected safety and compliance items for nonprofits.