Presented by: Andrew Johnson - Sotaris, LLP
NFPA 70E … Arc Flash and Shock Hazards ... Qualified Persons … who are they? Responsibilities of a workplace. NFPA 70E arose from the need to address the electrical safety of employees when they are interacting with electrical equipment in a manner other than under normal operation. OSHA looks to NFPA 70E to fill out the performance based requirements included in their standards.
Presented by: Kimberly Wickert, Director – York’s Right Return Solutions, VocWorks
Why return to work programs? Four million workplace injuries/1.12M of those injuries result in lost days. A well structured program can reduce disability costs 20% - 40%.
Presented by: Todd Ungar, Fire Chief, Willoughby Fire Department
A presentation describing what makes a first responder and how they work.
Presented by: Henkel Adhesive Technology: Jon Birkes, MS, CSP and Tobin Hawes, Regional SHE Manager
How to prevent work place accidents for New or Young workers.
Presented by: Kristy Milo, Corporate Health & Safety Program Manager, Lubrizol-Wickliffe (and) Wally Deja, Safety Coordinator, Lubrizol-Painesville
More than 30 million workers are potentially exposed to one or more chemical hazards on a daily basis. Exposure to hazardous chemicals is one of the most serious threats facing American workers today. There are an estimated 650,000 existing hazardous chemical products and hundreds of new ones being introduced annually.
Presented by: Michael J. Bertsch, Esq., Nicola, Gudbranson& Cooper, LLC
How to spot New Hire Claimant, Problem Employee / Multiple Claimant, No or Late Reporting of Incident, No Witnesses When There Should Be, Lawyer – Early On and Recent Discipline.
Presented by: Adam Thomas, CXLT, ARM, AINS, CHCM, Senior Risk Engineering Consultant, Zurich Risk Engineering
This presentation is designed to provide:
An understanding of the importance of STF assessments; An overview on how to utilize the Zurich 10-point STF assessment program; Insight on the major risk factors that cause or contribute to STF accidents; and An understanding of the value tribometry provides to the STF assessment process
Presented by: Julie A. Weis, Compliance Assistance Specialist, Cleveland OSHA Office
OSHA’s Continuing Mission: • More than 4,000 Americans die from workplace injuries every year. • Perhaps as many as 50,000 workers die from illnesses in which workplace exposures were a contributing factor. • More than 3 million workers suffer a serious non fatal injury or illness annually.
Presented by: Scott Turner, Ohio BWC, Industrial Safety Consultant Specialist
Comprehensive overview of machine shop safety hazards.
Presented by: Amy Shannon, President, Pinnacle Leadership Solutions
Management’s Role in Managing Generations. Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Generation X, Millennials and Generation 2020
Presented by: Dawn Cole, Lake County General Health District
Discussion Topics: What are opioids? What is Naloxone? The Opioid Epidemic. Naloxone in the Workplace. Project DAWN.