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Lorain County Safety Council

2020 Meeting Schedule

The Lorain County Safety Council normally meets the 3rd Wednesday of each month at LCCC Spitzer Conference Center Reaser Grand Room. Registration begins at 11:30 a.m. with the program beginning at noon.  All meeting topics are subject to change. Remember, you need to attend a minimum of 10 meetings and your CEO needs to attend 1 of those 10 meetings.  We are offering a CEO Breakfast on May 6th 2020 with registration at 7:00 a.m. the program will begin at 7:30 a.m.. The CEO can attend any meeting and get their CEO credit. Likewise, anyone can attend the CEO Breakfast and still get credit for attending as one of the mandatory 10 meetings.
January 22, 2020:  Current Trends in Drug Abuse – (JD Deir, McIntyre Center) (4th Wednesday)
February 19, 2020:  BWC Fraud Investigate – (Phil Brickman, Special Investigation Officer BWC)
February 6 & 7, 2020:  OSHA 10 Class – (John Canning-OHST)
March 25, 2020:  OSHA Update- (TBD) (4th Wednesday)
April 15, 2020: Ergonomics/Body Mechanics, Injury Prevention – (Scott Mitchell, MS, ATC NovaCare)
May 6, 2020:  CEO Breakfast- Properly structuring Drug & Alcohol Policies- (Chad Positano, OSHA Toledo area)
May 20, 2020:  BWC Library (Sharon Roney) (4th Wednesday)
June 10, 2020:  Ethics Laws & Compliance during Regulatory Compliance Visit –  Susan Willeke, Ohio Ethics Commission(TBD) (2nd Wednesday)
July, 2020: 
NO MEETING/STEERING COMMITTEE MEETING
NEW SAFETY COUNCIL YEAR BEGINS IN AUGUST 2019/2020 FISCAL YR.
August 12, 2020: How to Conduct a More Effective Accident Investigation (Bob Heater, CSP Safety Consultant, Safety 4U} (2nd Wednesday)
September 16, 2020: Tasty Healthy Eating/ LCCC Culinary
October 21, 2020: Safety Training for the Next Generation of Employees- (Donald Elswick, ELSMART Assoc. LLC.)
November 18, 2020: Small Tool Safety (Granger)
November 2020:  (TOY COLLECTION)
December 16, 2020:  Identifying a Confined Space & Its Hazards- (Jennifer Scott-Wasilk)
Remember, you can also “make up” up to 2 meetings by attending BWC sanctioned classes or going to the Health & Safety Expo in Columbus. OSHA 10 class will count as one Safety Council Meeting credit.
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