Lake County Safety Council Expo

Our Yearly Safety Expo

Friday, May 17, 2019

Lake County Safety Council – Safety Expo 2019

The goal of the Lake County Safety Council’s Safety Expo is to help attendees find out how effective workplace safety and health programs can increase the overall productivity of their business or organization.

Attendees may choose from more than 15 classes and informational sessions to help learn ways to improve the safety, well-being and quality of life for their workplace. They also can speak with more than two dozen vendors and sponsors who will be attending the event about safety related equipment and services – all for one $30 admission fee. The admission fee includes all seminars and classes, breakfast and lunch. Note: two special classes below have additional fees to cover materials and testing.

Classes will begin immediately following registration and breakfast (7:30 to 8:15 a.m.).

Attendance at the expo qualifies for safety council rebate program external training credit and group rating two-hour training credit…both with the submission of a certificate of attendance to a sponsoring organization. LCSC members receive one regular safety council rebate meeting credit.

Highlighting this year’s expo are two new special offerings Blood Borne Pathogens and Heart Saver/First Aid. (additional fees)

Also, please note - A.L.I.C.E. (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate) training is being offered.

Classes have a limited number of seats, so early registration is encouraged. The deadline for registration to guarantee your spot is Monday, May 14.

To become a vendor or sponsor, please contact Mark Wainwright at the LCSC: MWainwright@MentorChamber.org

Location

Lakeland Community College 
7700 Clocktower Boulevard (just off I-90)
Kirtland, OH 44094

Registration

Registration & Breakfast begin @ 7:30 a.m.
Safety Expo runs from 8:15 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. 
Lunch Provided from Noon to 1 p.m. 

Cost

Admission is $30 and includes all seminars and classes, a continental breakfast and lunch. 

Attendance at the Lake County Safety Expo qualifies for safety council rebate program external training credit and group rating two-hour training credit with submission of a certificate of attendance to a sponsoring or-ganization. Lake County Safety Council members will receive one regular safety council rebate meeting credit. 

Classes have a limited number of seats, so  please register by May 14, 2019 to guarantee your spot! 

We have not schedule the next expo yet. Check back in a few weeks.

Sponsors

  • Aexcel Corporation
  • Careworks
  • Cintas
  • CompManagement Health Systems
  • Concentra
  • EA Group
  • HzW Environmental Consultants
  • Lake Health
  • Laketran
  • Malta Dynamics
  • NOVA Chemicals
  • Safety Compliance Associates
  • STERIS Corp./US Endoscopy
  • The Reserves Network

Vendors

  • Careworks
  • Cintas
  • CompManagement Health Systems
  • Concentra
  • EA Group
  • EnviroServe
  • HzW Environmental Consultants
  • Lake Health
  • Lakeland Community College
  • Laketran
  • Malta Dynamics
  • Northern Ohio Chapter ASSP
  • Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensation
  • OSHA—US Department of Labor
  • Paramount Preferred Solutions
  • ServiceMaster by Disaster Recon
  • Sotaris LLP
  • The Handel Company
  • The Reserves Network
  • US Safety Gear

Class Information & Description

Space is limited so register early!

Continental Breakfast
7:30 AM
PLEASE Register. Breakfast is included with your registration fee, however, we need to ensure we have enough for everyone so please register if you plan on having breakfast.
Class Size: 0
Keynote Speaker: Captain Louis Belluomini Paramedic & Star.
8:15 AM to 9:15 AM
Highlighting the expo is a special keynote presentation by Captain Louis Belluomini, US Army Veteran and his service dog Star. He will discuss; working with and encountering PTSD victims in the workplace; identifying signs and symptoms of PTSD; and accommodating service dogs in the workplace. Also, most importantly, he will address the legal obligations of the employer.
Class Size: 0
A.L.I.C.E. Training
9:30 AM to 2:15 PM
This class spans 3 session periods A.L.I.C.E. Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate. Multi-session class will break between sessions and for lunch. Target Audience: Facility managers, school administrators, supervisors, HR, security-safety teams, employees, anyone in the public-private sector, CEO Course Description: The ALICE program is designed to give some mental and physical tools that could play a vital role in survival for those that may find themselves in violent or life threatening situations. Time passes quickly in this multi-session course. Some of the attendees will participate in an actual lock down session while others observe the demonstration. Speaker: Chris Moffitt, Bob Thompson Training Specifics , Inc.
Class Size: 75
Blood Borne Pathogens (please note this class has an extra $25 fee) Deadline for registration for this class is April 30th!!
9:30 AM to 10:30 AM
Blood Borne Pathogens Target Audience: Plant and facilities managers, supervisors, health care personnel, first responders, HR supervisors and operations managers. Course Description: Blood Borne Pathogens course teaches employees how to protect themselves and others from being exposed to blood or blood-containing materials. It is designed specifically for workers with a reasonable chance of coming into contact with blood borne. Helps employers/employees meet OSHA requirements for blood borne pathogens training when paired with site-specific instruction. Fee covers instruction, educational materials for each student and certificate. Deadline for registration: April 30: Sarahita Paige-Lee and Mike Kaska, Lake Health
Class Size: 0
Drugs and Alcohol Testing- A better Understanding
9:30 AM to 10:30 AM
Target Audience: HR staff, nurses and doctors, supervisors, safety personnel, employment practices staff, general managers, CEO, CFO, COO and presidents, Course Description: Impact of workplace drug abuse, effects of drugs on the worker, types of drug testing, handling reasonable suspicion in the workplace. Speaker: Dr.Walter Vieweg, Medical Director, Occupational Health, Lake Health
Class Size: 0
Fall Protection
9:30 AM to 10:30 AM
Target Audience: Construction personnel and supervisors, plant managers and facilities safety directors Course Description: Learn about fall protection systems, anchor points, lanyards, harnesses, proper inspection and techniques. Construction standards vs. general industry standards as well as documentation and training Speaker: Scott Cole, Turner Construction
Class Size: 0
Safety Team Building
9:30 AM to 11:45 AM
This Class Spans 2 session periods. Safety Team Building (Part 1 of 2) Course Description: Two-hour workshop will explore how to engage team members, increase participation & delegate responsibility. Topics will include roles and responsibilities, ice breakers, large and small group feedback and meeting management. Speaker: Jennifer Lingafelter, BWC
Class Size: 0
911 Communications, Hands-Only CPR and AED Awareness-Community Risk Reduction
10:45 AM to 11:45 AM
911 Communications, Hands-Only CPR and AED Awareness—Risk Reduction Course Description: Workshop presents a brief spectrum of integrated strategies to prevent or mitigate business risk thru education, technology & leadership. Broad focus on the 5 E’s—education, economic incentives, enforcement, engineering emergency response.. Speaker: Jerry Craddock, Mentor Fire Dept.
Class Size: 0
Security – issues/concerns for the workplace 2020
10:45 AM to 11:45 AM
Security – issues/concerns for the workplace 2020 Speaker: Jim Hartnett, JFC Security LLC
Class Size: 0
Trenching
10:45 AM to 11:45 AM
Trenching Target Audience: Construction crews, department and facilities directors and supervisors. Maintenance personnel, equipment operators. Safety team leaders. Course Description: Overview of trenching and excavation safety principals, along with industry great practices. Understanding different soil classifications, common safety practices. Speaker: Scott Cole, Turner Construction
Class Size: 0
Lunch
12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
PLEASE REGISTER. Lunch is included with your registration fee, however, we need an accurate count to ensure we have enough for everyone. if you plan on eating lunch, please register.
Class Size: 0
Combustible Dust
1:15 PM to 2:15 PM
Combustible Dust Course Description: High-level combustible dust overview, covering: definition of combustible dust, standards covering combustible dust, dust hazard identification and analysis (and) prevention ,mitigation and best practices. Beneficial combustible dust “housekeeping practices” will be offered as well as where to acquire more information. Speaker: Deb Bailey, BWC
Class Size: 0
Cyber Security
1:15 PM to 2:15 PM
Cyber Security Course Description: Attendees of this cyber security presentation “The Risk is Real and Growing” will learn how to: manage their cyber risk; and work with online finance and the digitization of business. They also will review the online shopping & retail process. They will hear: 10 ways to avoid becoming a Hard Target; and how to reduce their digital footprint. Speakers: Tony Pietrocola, Agile 1
Class Size: 0
Emergency Preparedness and Evacuation
1:15 PM to 2:15 PM
Emergency Preparedness and Evacuation Course Description: Covers the types of emergencies employers and employees face, the psychology and importance of training and preparedness, stressing unified communication and incident protocol and accountability aligned with first responders. Speaker: Jerry Craddock, Mentor Fire Department
Class Size: 0
OSHA Record Keeping
1:15 PM to 2:15 PM
OSHA Record Keeping Target Audience: Everyone responsible for OSHA recordkeeping, and those who have no or limited background and or experience. Course Description: You will learn: OSHA recordkeeping requirements for workplace injuries/illnesses; correct use of required OSHA recordkeeping forms; guidelines for recordable and non-recordable workplace injuries and interpretations; a review of OSHA standards that require and imply employer recordkeeping. Speaker: Gayle Luker, BWC
Class Size: 0
Aging in the Workforce
2:30 PM to 3:30 PM
Aging in the Workforce Course Description: This session looks at the changes in workforce demographics and how these changes impact workplace safety. We will explore potential safety risk factors associated with the aging workforce and strategies we can take to help keep them safe and productive. Speaker: Colleen Bolha, BWC
Class Size: 0
Bullying
2:30 PM to 3:30 PM
Bullying Target Audience: Company owners. HR managers & staff. Department directors & supervisors. Legal advisors. Course Description: Bullying happens at ALL ages. Course covers: Concepts of bullying, what bullying looks like in adults and how to prevent it. Effects; emotionally, physically and mentally. Speaker: Jim Deakins, Crossroads (Beacon Health Bullying
Class Size: 0
Critical Injury and Stop the Bleed
2:30 PM to 3:30 PM
Critical Injury & Stop Bleeding Target Audience: Facility managers, school staff and administrators, supervisors and directors, HR staff , security-safety and medical teams, employees and first responders. Course Description: You are suddenly involved in a life threating situation. There are wounded people lying around critically bleeding. Life Support and EMS may be several minutes away or may not be able to reach the wounded. Ways You can control bleeding of critically wounded and save lives! Speaker: Chris Moffitt, Bob Thompson,Training Specifics Inc
Class Size: 0
Focus Four
2:30 PM to 3:30 PM
Focus 4 Inspections for Public Entities Target Audience: Public employers. Safety department directors, HR supervisors. Service department directors and staff. First responders. Course Description: Course explains “Focus 4” visits to examine the organization’s procedures and work practices relating to: Trenching and excavation; permit required for confined spaces; tree work and work zones. Course will help prepare for Focus 4 visits and investigations. Speaker: Maria Ruppert, Ohio BWC, PERRP
Class Size: 0
How to Prepare for an Industrial Commission Hearing
2:30 PM to 3:30 PM
How to Prepare for an Industrial Commission Hearing Course Description: Course provides successful strategies to prepare for an Industrial Commission hearing. Attendees will learn how to avoid common mistakes and misconceptions. Diiscussion will include best practices and practical tips for accident investigation, witness testimony and medical evidence. Speaker: Steven P. Dlott, Meyers, Roman, Friedberg & Lewis
Class Size: 0
OSHA Update
2:30 PM to 3:30 PM
OSHA Update Target Audience: Hiring & HR Managers, Production Supervisors, Safety Teams, Management. Course Description: Learn about OSHA’s areas of emphasis for enforcement priorities and commonly cited standards. Review significant enforcement actions and results of OSHA fatality inspections. Review enforcement plans and initiatives for upcoming year. Speakers: Howard Eberts, Area Director, Region 5, OSHA
Class Size: 0
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