Presentations

Presentations from our monthly meetings...

Cyber Security - The Risk is Real & Growing
October, 2020
Presented by: Tony Pietrocola, president, Agile 1
The steering committee for the Lake County Safety Council presented the October virtual/webinar program --- Cyber Security - The Risk is Real & Growing --- with keynote speaker Tony Pietrocola, president, Agile 1. The webinar provided important instruction and review for employers and employees on how to "Go on the Offensive to Secure Online Business, Shopping and Banking with Mobile Devices." Pietrocola, as president of Agile 1, leads the company as an intelligence-driven CyberSOC protecting critical network infrastructures from cyber threats. Agile 1's CyberSOC technology is built on a proprietary Machine Learning engine which analyzes end-point security data in real time allowing the firm to detect and respond to threats 24X7, before a breach proliferates. Among other things, meeting attendees learned how to manage their cyber risk and reduce their digital footprint. They learned 10 ways to become a hard target and became familiar with the Digitization of business. Passcode: s78FLf+8
Blood Borne Pathogens - Safety & Protection
September, 2020
Presented by: Sarahita Paige-Lee, Lake Health
Video - Make a PACT, Know How To Act. Course teaching you how to stay safe when contacting another persons blood and how to reduce the risk of blood borne pathogens in the workplace.
Using Apps and Upgrading Technology to Drive Safety
June, 2020
Presented by: Scott Cole
This presenation showcases some of the latest in safety smartphon software/apps.
Part 3 of 3 - Modernizing Your Safety Training - Trends, Facts and How To's
April, 2020
Presented by: Tony DeAscentis, CEO & Co-Founder, Ving LLC
Are you ready for the post-pandemic? Managing a returning workforce. Social distancing. New Regulations. How will your business adapt? Your company's actions to date and over the next 30 to 90 days will define your post-pandemic impact readiness. Solutions that are actionable, timely, and relevant are needed adapt to the new normal. Ensure you have used this time effectively and planned for impacts that may confront your businesses, your employees.
Part 2 of 3 - To Successfully Train; Baby Boomers And Gen X’rs Need To Clearly Understand Their Point Of View
February, 2020
Presented by: Tony DeAscentis, CEO/Co Founder Ving
What is generational knowledge transfer? Benefits of bi-directional mentoring style approach. Success depends on how well you understand the Millennial generation. What Millennials are actually looking for. Find Millennials who are ready to be trained and learn from other generations
Part 1 of 3 - Safety Technology In The Workplace 101
January, 2020
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
Safety For Senior Workers
November, 2019
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!
Drugs and Alcohol In The Workplace
September, 2019
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.
Prolonged Sitting: The Sitting Disease
August, 2019
Presented by: Audrey Hemlinger, BWC Ergonomist, Garfield Heights Service Office
How your chair is killing you and why the gym wont save you...Sitting is the NEW Smoking
CCW Laws And Safety
July, 2019
Presented by: Lake County Assistant Prosecutor Michael DeLeone, Corporal Robert Harps, Deputy Christopher Cichon
Presentation covers the concealed carry rules and laws for Ohio.
LCSC Safety Expo Presentation
Behavior Based Safety: The answer to your safety culture or a load of BBS?
May, 2019
Presented by: Jon Birkes, MS, CSP; Lake County Safety Council
Todays 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.

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