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Meeting Schedule & Topics

The Springfield-Clark County Safety Council holds monthly meetings on the second Tuesday of each month from 7:30 AM - 8:30 AM. Meetings are being held virtually through June 2022, due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.

The membership requirement has been suspended until the BWC resumes the Safety Council Rebate Program.

To receive an invitation to a Springfield-Clark County Safety Council meeting contact Nancy Wintrow, Secretary at 937-314-4054 or email her at

2021 Meetings

July 13, 2021

Electrical Safety

Steven Roth, Ergonomist

BWC, Ohio Division of Safety and Hygiene


August 10, 2021

Leapfrogging from Compliance to Culture

Tim Page-Bottorff, CSP, CIT

SafeStart Senior Safety Consultant


September 14, 2021

Fall Protection / Walking and Working Surfaces

General Industry and Construction

Shaun Marker, Corp. EHS Sr. Manager

Grainger, Louisville, Kentucky Area


October 2021 - Actual date TBA

Ohio BWC Sponsored Mega Meeting

Topic and Speaker to be Announced


November 9, 2021

OSHA Recordkeeping

Melissa Linton, Compliance Assistance Specialist

Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)


December 14, 2021

Cold Weather Exposure Safety

Lisa Pfeifer, Educational Program Manager
OSU Agricultural Safety & Health

Ohio BWC Programs & Links:

The BWC programs listed below are available to employers to help save on workers compensation premiums. Find a complete list of Ohio BWC Employer Programs here:

  • Industry-Specific Safety Program
  • Transitional Work
  • Transitional Work Grants
  • Drug-Free Safety Program (DFSP)
  • Safety Councils
  • Vocational Rehabilitation
  • Go-Green Discount
  • Lapse-Free Discount

Safety and Training Page for Employers

Safety and Training Page for Workers

If you don't care about your safety, who will? Check out the BE SAFE OHIO campaign

April 2022 BWC Safety Training Classes

Safety Council

“Safety is a full-time job. Don't make it a part-time practice.”

- Justin Hayes, Safety Manager, Benjamin Steel Co.

“We need to make personal safety a value in our corporate lives.  Many organizations do see safety as a priority.  Yet, as humans, we know that like life, priorities change with time. That’s why safety and health must become a personal and organizational VALUE.  This needs to be a value that  is believed in from the “top” down.  Values, unlike priorities, do not change.”

- Kimberly Elliott


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