Greene County Safety Council

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Upcoming Schedule:

Breakfast is served at 7:30 a.m. Meeting 8:00-9:00 a.m. Menu includes a full breakfast, coffee, tea, and decaf. Cost is $12.00 if pre-registered. If you have not pre-paid for all regular meetings, or if you have additional attendees, you must pre-register no later than the Wednesday prior to the meeting, or $15.00 at the door.

Wednesday, January 9, 2018, 7:30 - 9:00 a.m.
PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS THE SECOND WEDNESDAY OF THE MONTH DUE TO THE HOLIDAY and SEE THE MEETING LOCATION CHANGE BELOW

Kumar Conference Center, Soin Medical Center, 3535 Pentagon Blvd, Beavercreek, OH
"Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED)"
A multi-disciplinary approach to deterring criminal behavior through environmental design. CPTED strategies rely upon the ability to influence offender decisions that precede criminal acts.

Our Presenter: Rick Amweg
Rick has a Master’s degree in Public Policy and Management and a BA in Social and Behavioral Sciences from The Ohio State University and holds both Advanced Professional Certification and Professional Development Certification from the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the Ohio Emergency Management Agency. Rick also has over 35 years of experience working in a higher education public safety/emergency management setting. Rick is certified as an Ohio peace officer and is a member of the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators and the International Association of Emergency Managers. He serves on the Ohio Homeland Security Advisory Council and the Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission. Click here to download Rick's PowerPoint presentation

Wednesday, February 6, 2018, 7:30 - 9:00 a.m.
Greene Memroial Hospital, Herman Menapace Auditorium, 1141 N. Monroe Dr., Xenia, OH
"Office Ergonomics"
Remove risk factors that lead to injuries and allows for improved human performance and productivity.

Our Presenter: Brad Ridenour, Industrial Engineer/Ergonomist, Ohio BWC Dayton Service Office
After working in various manufacturing environments, as well as the service sector, he earned his B.S. in Industrial Systems Engineering at Ohio State University.  Brad joined the Ohio BWC and the Division of Safety & Hygiene in 1991 as an Ergonomist.  He has consulted in almost every industry in Ohio since then, Mr.  Ridenour has been an active contributor to the Ohio Center for Occupational Safety and Health as both a trainer and course developer.  Areas of expertise include Ergonomics, Process Development, Wellness, Accident Analysis, Managing Safety, Team Development and Facilitation, and Ergonomics for Construction.

 

OSHA Safety Day 2019The Ohio State University and the Columbus OSHA Office, in conjunction with the Central Ohio American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) present OSHA Safety Day 2019, scheduled on Thursday, February 21 at The Ohio State University Fawcett Center.
Registration for this day-long event ranges from $50-75.
Attendance at this event qualifies for one safety council rebate program external training credit with submission of a certificate of attendance to your safety council sponsor by June 30, 2019.
Full conference details and registration is attached. For more information email
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OSC 2019Registration is now open for the Ohio Safety Congress & Expo, March 6 to 8 at the Columbus Convention Center. Click here to view event information, including the event schedule, hotels, directions and free online registration.

Days one and two (Wednesday & Thursday) offer general sessions, educational sessions and the Expo Marketplace. Day three (Friday) delivers full-day workshops and in-depth training. Attend the number of days which best meet your training needs.

 

LATEST SAFETY TIPS -

Safety Article - Identifying Occurrence Events
Safety Article - Do You Have Time for Safety?

Safety Article - New Employees Pose Special Safety Challenges
Safety Article - Salary Continuation Policy

BWC Division of Safety & Hygiene courses scheduled for June 2017 - July 2018
Click here for the latest OBWC Safety Updates

The Greene County Safety Council (GCSC) is a partnership of local businesses co-sponsored by the Xenia Area Chamber of Commerce and Ohio BWC. Joining the Greene County Safety Council could save your company money and bring a better safety awareness to your employees.

Greene County Safety Council Annual Membership Fees

1-25   employees   FREE
26-99   employees  $50.00
100-199   employees  $100.00
200+   employees  $150.00

This fee does not include your monthly meeting expense of $12.00.

You can join anytime, but to receive your 2% Premium Rebate for the 2018-19 fiscal year (July 1, 2018 thru June 30, 2019) we must process your enrollment no later than July 31, 2018. It is possible to earn an additional 2% Performance Bonus by meeting certain requirements as well. Please click here to download these requirements and our membership application.

Future Meeting Topics
General Electrical Safety
Safety for Newer/Seasonal Workers
Heat Stress
Trenching & Shoring
Confined Spaces

The BWC's Safety Services catalog is now available!

Click here or the image to download the catalogSafety Catalog 2017 18

Click here to order copies of the catalog

 

Registration is now open for the Ohio Safety Congress & Expo, March 6 to 8 at the Columbus Convention Center. Click here to view event information, including the event schedule, hotels, directions and free online registration.


Days one and two (Wednesday & Thursday) offer general sessions, educational sessions and the Expo Marketplace. Day three (Friday) delivers full-day workshops and in-depth training. Attend the number of days which best meet your training needs.

We look forward to seeing you at OSC19!

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