Volume 25 / Issue 9 - September, 2020
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LCSC Program Committee Presents

Friday, September 18, 2020
Topic: Blood Borne Pathogens - Safety & Protection
Speaker: Sarahita Paige-Lee, Lake Health
Time: Noon - 12:45 p.m.
Location: Virtual Meeting

Friday, October 16, 2020
Topic: Cyber Security - The Risk is Real & Growing
Speaker: Tony Pietrocola, President, Agile 1
Time: Noon - 12:45 p.m.
Location:  Virtual Meeting

 

 

 

Blood Borne Pathogens - Safety & Protection

The steering committee for the Lake County Safety Council is proud to present September virtual/webinar program  ---  Blood Borne Pathogens --- with keynote speaker Sarahita Paige-Lee, training center coordinator, Lake Health.

The program is from noon to 12:45 p.m. on Friday, September 18, 2020.  This training event is provided to you by the LCSC steering committee.

The webinar will provide important instruction and review for employers and employees on how to protect themselves and others from being exposed to blood or blood-containing materials.

Paige-Lee has been a nurse for more than 30 years. She has worked for many years as an OB Nurse/NICU nurse and has been at Lake Health since 2001.

This seminar is designed to meet OHSA requirements for blood borne pathogens training when paired with site-specitic instruction.

Paige-Lee also is a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) and coordinator of the American Heart Association BBP class.

This is a virtual meeting and the registration information is listed below:

You are invited to a Zoom webinar.

When: Sep 18, 2020 12:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Topic: Lake County Safety Council Monthly Meeting - Blood Borne Pathogens - Safety & Precautions

Please click the link below to join the webinar:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83701517188?pwd=bUJiek1JWUFTMTB1c3ZpL28vbmprZz09

Webinar ID: 837 0151 7188

Passcode: 059040

Please click the link below to join the webinar:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83701517188?pwd=bUJiek1JWUFTMTB1c3ZpL28vbmprZz09

Council Director
Chris Brill-Packard
chris.brill-packard@lakehealth.org
(440) 354-1933

Council Director Elect
Jim Ruttinger
jim.Ruttinger@denora.com
(440) 710-5399

Council Secretary
Sue Fuerst
sfuerst@painesville.com
(440) 392-2975

Past Director
Gordon Levar
gflevar@att.net
(440) 479-1539

Council Advisor
Bob Siktberg
karen_gridley@lincolnelectric.com
(216) 383-4737

Council Liaison
Chris Weber-Bresky
cweber@mentorchamber.org
(440) 255-1616

Steering Committee
Donna McCaskey
dmccaskey@eagroupohio.com
(440) 951-3514

Lee Silvi
lsilvi@lakelandcc.edu
(440) 525-7252

Clifford Smith
clifford.smith@altana.com
(440) 954-7653

Joanne Clapp
cfo@perryvillage.info
(440) 259-2671

Tymra Gerhart
gerhartt@cintas.com
(440) 352-4079

Tobin Hawes
tobinj.hawes@henkel.com
(440) 205-3933

Bob Bradley
rbradley@usendoscopy.com
(440) 639-4494

Mike Orlando
orlando.michael.a@gmail.com
(440) 

Council Assistant
Mark Wainwright
mwainwright@mentorchamber.org
(440) 255-1616

Ohio Bureau of Workers'
Compensation Representative

Jennifer Lingafelter
Garfield Heights Office
216-538-9718
jennifer.l.1@bwc.state.oh.us

Interested in joining our Steering Committee? Contact Mark Wainwright for more information.

BWC September Seminars

Avoiding Hazard Communication Program Mistakes

Instructor -- Sarah Ghezzi ... September 15  -- 11 a.m. - Noon

Regardless of size, employers are required to follow the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard 1910.1200, if their employees work with hazardous chemicals. This webinar will cover the required components of a hazard communication program. If you are new to hazard communication, this presentation will help you develop your program. If you have an existing hazard communication program, this presentation will help you to audit it for compliance.

What’s Wrong with that?  A Look at Real Fire Hazards!

Instructor -  Steve Waltman ... September 22  - 11 a.m. - Noon

This webinar is instructed by the Ohio Division of State Fire Marshal. It will give the audience the chance to recognize fire hazards within their facilities. Topics will include visuals of many examples of fire code violations that have been recognized during recent inspections of properties by the Ohio Fire Marshall’s office. Areas of concern will focus on kitchens, exit ways, common areas, facility maintenance areas, and system control areas.

Heat stress?? Cold Stress??? You’ve got to love Ohio, right?

Instructor - Rick Maj ... September 29  -- 11 a.m. - Noon

Workers in Ohio face a variety of temperatures throughout the year. They can range from extremely frigid to sweltering heat. As the seasons change, employers need a plan to deal with this range of temperatures and the hazards they pose. This webinar reviews the types, signs and symptoms, and prevention of temperature-related illnesses. We review both heat and cold stress.

 

Thank You To Our Meeting Sponsors

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A Heavenly Helper Home Care
Action Door
Active Plumbing Supply
Advocate for Independence
Aexcel Corporation
Alloy Bellows and Precision Welding, Inc. & Star Precision Technologies
Amerathon, LLC
AMG Resources Corporation
Anderson Heating & Cooling
Astro Manufacturing & Design
Beachwood City School District
Building Technicians Corporation
Career Centered Staffing
Cast Nylons Ltd.
Chemsultants International
City of Eastlake
City of Kirtland
City of Mayfield Heights
City of Mentor-on-the-Lake
City of Painesville - Electric Plant
City of Painesville - Water Dept.
City of Painesville, WPCP
City of Willoughby
Classic Auto Group
Cleveland Botanical Garden
Comp Management, Inc.
Component Repair Technologies, Inc.
Concord Township
Contemporary Electric Inc.
CPP Eastlake
Crossroads, LCACS
Crown Services, Inc.
CT Consultants
De Nora Tech Manufacturing
Dyson Corporation
Empro Job Network (Thomas Emp.)
ENPAC, LLC
Enterprise Welding & Fabricating
Euclid Fish Company
Eye Lighting Intl, Inc.
Federal Hose Manufacturing LLC
Fredon Corporation
Frontage Laboratories
Frontage Laboratories
Fusion, Inc.
Grand Rock
Holden Arboretum
HZW Environmental Consultants, LLC
Infinity Resources, Inc.
Integrity Staffing Services
Just In Time Staffing
Kalcor Coatings Company
Kerr Lakeside, Inc.
Kirtland Local Schools
Kline Rostocil Construction Corp.
Klyn Nurseries, Inc.
Lake County Council on Aging
Lake County General Health District
Lake County Nursery
Lake Health
Lake Metroparks
Lake Metropolitan Housing Authority
Lakeland Community College Retired
Lakeside Safety Management
Laketran
Lantern of Madison
Lassiter and Son, LLC
Leroy Township
Levin Furniture
Libra
Life Services
Lincoln Electric
Lintern Corporation
Madison Health Care
Mar-Bal, Inc.
MatPlus
McPhillips Plumbing & HVAC Co.
Mentor Area Chamber of Commerce
Mentor Area Chamber of Commerce
Mentor Public Library
Mentor Public Schools
Metal Seal Precision
Metz Culinary Management
Midwest Materials
MJM Industries
Moving Ahead Services
MT Heat Treating
MUM Industries
North American Coating Laboratories
Northeast Masonry
Olon Ricerca Bioscience, LLC
Olon Ricerca Bioscience, LLC
Pace Engineering, Inc.
Painesville Township
Perry Joint Fire District
Perry Local School District
Perry Township
Preformed Line Products Company
Process Technology
R.T. & T Machining Inc.
Rabbinical College of Telshe
Race Winning Brands
Ranpak Corp.
RJ Kirkland Construction Co., Inc.
Roll-Kraft
Royal Plastics Inc.
Star Precision Technologies
Symphony at Mentor
The Holden Arboretum
The News-Herald
Tom Schaefer Plumbing, Inc.
Transfer Express, Inc.
Tri County Ambulance Service
Triad McNally Joint Venture
TT Electronics Integrated Mfg. Services
Universal Metal Products
US Endoscopy
V.L. Chapman Electric
Vector Technical
Vicon Fabricating Company
Village of Fairport Harbor
Visiting Angels of Northeast Ohio
West Geauga Local Schools
Willo Security
Yokohama Industries Americas Ohio Inc.
Zagar, Inc.