If you're returning to work after a Worker's Compensation-related injury, you must attend this workshop.
This mandatory workshop will give you the tools you need to reduce your risk of job-related injuries.
When: Wednesday January 24, 2018
Where: Shepherd Parkway Bus Division (Main Conference Room)
Time: 10 am - 2 pm
Learn about stress and conflict management, ergonomics, mindfulness, fatigue and injury prevention.
Receive points for participating in the workshop through the Go365 platform (Local 689 members only).
Questions? Contact one of us!
Marcellous Grisby - WMATA Safety Coordinator; 202-897-5408
Juanita Hawkins - Local 689 Wellness Program Manager; 202-679-9887
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