Presented by: Tony DeAscentis, CEO & Co-Founder, Ving LLC
Presentation about new safety technology. Covering: Idea / experience exchange among peers; Quick look at simple to complex tech / get your thoughts in motion; Explore a series of tech products (there are many like them); Walk away with a plan on how to explore and try new tech
Presented by: Colleen M. Bolha, CSP, CHST
Explore potential safety risk factors associated with the aging workforce. Help employers get a better understanding of physical and psychological changes that occur as workers age. Provide information to assist employers to adapt for safety and health issues pertaining to the aging workforce. Keep experienced workers safe and productive!
Presented by: Walter Vieweg, DO, DPM, MA
Presentation that covers the use of drugs and alcohol in the workplace and how it effects the work environment, employees, insurance, etc.
Presented by: Audrey Hemlinger, BWC Ergonomist, Garfield Heights Service Office
How your chair is killing you and why the gym won’t save you...Sitting is the NEW Smoking
Presented by: Lake County Assistant Prosecutor Michael DeLeone, Corporal Robert Harps, Deputy Christopher Cichon
Presentation covers the concealed carry rules and laws for Ohio.
Presented by: Joseph Busher – EMA Director; Joseph Hum – EMA Deputy Director; Mark Leisure – LEPC HazMat Technician
What is the Lake County Emergency Management Agency and what they provide to you. The Lake County Emergency Management Agency (EMA) will protect Lake County communities by coordinating and integrating all activities necessary to build, sustain, and improve the capability to mitigate against, prepare for, respond to, and recover from threatened or actual natural disasters, acts of terrorism, or other man-made disasters.
Presented by: Rich Gaul Northeast Regional Safety Technical Advisor for the Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation
What we’ll cover: Slip Trip and Fall Data, Definitions, Causes and common examples, OSHA’s Walking Working Surfaces, and Prevention
Presented by: Jon Birkes, MS, CSP; Lake County Safety Council
Today’s Takeaways: Understand the psychology behind Behavior Based Safety (BBS) programs.
Determine if your company is ready for BBS.
Avoid common mistakes made with BBS.
Identify/Develop a BBS program that works for your team.
Presented by: Scott Cole, SMS, CSP
Agenda: Review of Recordkeeping Forms, Presentation and Review, Incident Analysis and Questions and Answers
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%.