Seminars and Workshops
The Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) requires that employers who are participating in a Group Rating Program or Group Retrospective Rating Program, and had one or more workers’ compensation claims in the preceding two years, must attend two hours of safety training.
Any employee of the company is permitted to attend and fulfill the safety training requirement. BWC procedures only permit individuals to obtain 2 hour credit once per session. If you represent more than one company or policy number, you must attend a separate session per policy.
All meetings held at 7:00 AM at the Courtyard by Marriott.
January 8 - OSHA On-Site Consultation
February 12 - Roadway Dangers, Road Rage, Detecting Drug Use: Lt. Brian Aller, Spfld Post Commander
March 12 - Blood Bourne Pathogens: Britney Bruce, Clark County Health Dept.
April 9 - Hearing Loss in the Workplace (will provide testing): Tim Cross-BC-HIS, Earzlink, Spfld
May 14 - Diabetes in the Workplace: Citran Occ Health
June 11 - The Eyes Have It: Darlene Carpenter, Cascade
July 9 - Legionella: Dr. Onuorah, Mercy Health
August 13 - TBD
Sept. 10 - OSHA Written Program Requirements
October 8 - Common Hand Injuries in the Workplace & Appropriate Treatment
November 12 - CEO Event - Brad Hurtig / Inspiring Safer Workplaces: Brad Hurtig/Relevant Speakers Network
December 10 - TBD
- Destination Excellence
- Industry-Specific Safety Program
- Transitional work
- Transitional work grants
- Drug-Free Safety Program (DFSP)
- Safety Councils
- Vocational rehabilitation
- Go-green discount
- Lapse-free discount