|Home||This is the mission statement of the West Central Florida Safety Alliance or "WCFSA". In order to further a safe and productive workplace the WCFSA will act in a coordinated advisory capacity to local small businesses. The Alliance's goal is to encourage adherence to safety principles, promote compliance, and communicate health and safety awareness to the business community.
Area businesses will have an opportunity to network with safety professionals from West Central Florida's Safety Alliance. Hopefully, this will better prepare you to effectively perform safety and health responsibilities within your work place and community. The WCFSA is not a regulatory agency nor is it a for-profit business. It is an alliance of area business people like yourself.
WCFSA continually strives to broaden its effectiveness by making information and referrals available. This emphasis will provide support to you in developing a comprehensive and effective environmental health and safety plan at your business in order to help eliminate unsafe conditions which can reduce injuries to your employees and eliminate fines for noncompliance.
All of us share a need for a safe work environment. Promoting training, education, and sound management practices will allow us to share the common vision of reducing insurance costs and expenses while minimizing the impact of hazardous situations by preventing injuries and saving lives.
We look forward to you becoming a member of WCFSA and being a part of the safety solution. If you're interested in joining the West Central Florida Safety Alliance please contact at: email@example.com
WCFSA Upcoming Meeting Announcement
Friday, April 21st, 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Meeting at Polk County Parks and Natural Resources Adminstration Building
2 Guest Speakers:
Joan Spencer, MPH, CIH
Join us to discuss Landscaper Hazards and Mosquito Control Operations at Polk County.
A tour of the Polk County Operations to follow. This will include the entomology lab,
Tour is pending on the renovation schedule at Polk County.
Friday, May 12th, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Where: Lanier Upshaw
Presentation: Identity Theft is the fastest growing crime in America and with your credit affecting your ability to get insurance, interest rates and even potential employment, it is vital you understand how to protect yourself from the crime that happens every 3 seconds.
Financial Fraud - over 100 Million Victims in 2015 (average financial loss per victim $5130.00)
Speaker: Kevin M. Gilpin, Executive Director - National Crime Stop Program
-NO MEETING IN JUNE -
Lanier Upshaw's Hurricane Preparedness Lunch & Learn at the Polk County Emergency Operation Center
More information to come...