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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18

Morning Workshops

Workshop 1
Understanding, Assessing, and Mitigating Combustible Dust Hazards
Ben Peetz, ASP, CFPS, Senior Loss Prevention Specialist, Lumbermen’s Underwriting Alliance

Workshop 2
Safety Goes Digital – UPDATED
Pam Walaski, CSP, CHMM, Regional Manager, Health, Safety and Environmental Services, Compliance Management International

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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18

Morning Workshops

Workshop 1
Understanding, Assessing, and Mitigating Combustible Dust Hazards
Ben Peetz, ASP, CFPS, Senior Loss Prevention Specialist, Lumbermen’s Underwriting Alliance

Workshop 2
Safety Goes Digital – UPDATED
Pam Walaski, CSP, CHMM, Regional Manager, Health, Safety and Environmental Services, Compliance Management International

Workshop 3
Environmental Permitting for the Safety Professional
Greg Hemker, President, EHS Technology Group LLC and Stacey Pfeffer, Director, Office of Compliance Support/OPPTA, Indiana Dept. of Environmental Management

Afternoon Workshops

Workshop 4
Arcs, Sparks, Fire & Explosions – Extraordinary Excerpts!
John Gryzwacz, Professor Emeritus, and Frank Perrino, Professor Emeritus, OSHA National Training Institute

Workshop 5
Are You Promotable? Building Your Interpersonal Skills Toolkit
Julius Rhodes, SPHR, Founder and Principal, mpr group

Workshop 6
Qualifying Contractors
Jeffery Dennis, MS, CSP, CHMM, CET, CSSM, WSO-CSE, President, Industrial Safety Solutions, Inc. and Bruce Guiliani, CSP, CET, CIT, Corporate Safety and Loss Control Director, Heritage Group Safety

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19

Concurrent Session One

Effective Safety Management
SM1: Governor’s Workplace Safety Awards – Best Practices Panel – No materials will be available in advance of this session.
Don Billheimer, Production Manager and FESHO, LORD Corporation; Bill Mott, Vice President, Corporate Labor Relations, Hunt Construction Group; and Sally A. Zuel, MS, SPHR, Vice President of Human Resources, Union Hospital, Inc. Moderator: Michelle Ellison, Assistant Commissioner, Indiana Dept. of Labor

Updates in Education and Consulting Skills
EC1: Improving Training by Incorporating Adult Learning Principles 
Al Capuano, President, QSM Consultants

Management Safety Principles and Solutions 
MS1: Developing a Safety Culture within Your Organization Panel
Gary Clark, RSP, Dean Hiles, Andy Metsker and Mark Styers, loss prevention consultants, Gibson

Worker’s Comp: Injuries, Analysis and Prevention
WC1: Workers Compensation and the Safety Professional
Kurt Kluempers, CPCU, VP – Work Comp, Arlington/Roe

Occupational Health and Wellness
OH1: Pre-Employment Physical vs. Post-Offer Employment Testing: Can You Afford to Not Know the Difference?
Katie McBee, PT, DPT, OCS, MS, CEAS, Regional Director of WorkStrategies, Select Medical

INSAFE/Safety Fundamentals
SF1: Effective Training for Maximum Safety Performance
Dr. Earl Blair, Associate Professor & Graduate Program Director/Safety Management, Indiana University, and Bradley Freeman, CIH, CSP, INSafe Health Consultant, Indiana Dept. of Labor

Construction Safety
CS1: Incident and injury Free – it’s not ZERO
Sheryl Wiser, Safety Director, Fox Contractors

Concurrent Session Two

Effective Safety Management
SM2: Initiating On-site Medical Facilities
John Bawcum, CSP, Human Resource Manager, BraunAbility|The Braun Corporation

Updates in Education and Consulting Skills
EC2: Humor in Safety
Tim Page-Bottorff CSP, Senior Safety Consultant, SafeStart™

Management Safety Principles and Solutions
NEW! MS2: The Pros and Cons of an Aging Workforce: Examining the Changing Demographics and Implications in the Workplace
Kara Cecil, Director of Process Improvement in the College of Arts and Sciences, University of Kentucky

Worker’s Comp: Injuries, Analysis and Prevention
WC2: Effectively Managing an Ergonomic Process
Blake McGowan, CPE, Managing Consultant, Ergonomic Engineer, Humantech, Inc.

Occupational Health and Wellness
OH2: Effectively Combining Safety and Health Strategies to Make Wellness Work – No materials will be available in advance of this session.
Nicole Fallowfield, CWP, Director of Health Risk Management, Gibson

INSAFE/Safety Fundamentals
SF2: The “Carrot” or the “Stick?”
Timothy E. Maley, Deputy Commissioner of IOSHA, Indiana Dept. of Labor

Construction Safety
CS2: The Real Dangers Threatening Workers Who Enter
 Permit Required Confined Spaces
Gary Yurt, President/Chief Safety Advisor, ISTS, Inc.

Concurrent Session Three

Effective Safety Management
SM3: Product Safety: Risk Management Fundamentals for the Safety Professional

Michael Ruddy, CSP, Senior Risk Specialist, Chubb Group of Insurance Cos.

Updates in Education and Consulting Skills
EC3: Predicting and Preventing: Using Predictive Analytics to Eliminate Injuries 
Chuck Pettinger, Ph.D., Process Change Leader, Predictive Solutions

Management Safety Principles and Solutions
MS3: Influencing Behaviors for Better Safety Performance
Keith Robinson, CSP, CHMM, Director – Health, Safety & Environment, Stantec Consulting Services, Inc.

Worker’s Comp: Injuries, Analysis and Prevention 
WC3: Introduction to Industrial Hygiene for the Safety Professional
Jeffery Dennis, MS, CSP, CHMM, CET, CSSM, WSO-CSE, President, Industrial Safety Solutions, Inc.

Occupational Health and Wellness
OH3: Effective Wellness Programs: Critical to Safety
Julie Nelson, Business Development Manager, ATI Worksite Solutions

INSAFE/Safety Fundamentals
SF3: Temporary Workers: Who Is Responsible for the Safety and Health of Temporary Employees?
Julie Alexander, Division Director of Industrial Compliance, Indiana Dept. of Labor

Construction Safety
CS3: ANSI Z359 Standards: A Fall Protection Guidebook
Kevin Wilcox, PE, CSP, Principal, LJB Inc.

Concurrent Session Four

Effective Safety Management
SM4: SAFER by Choice 
Skipper Kendrick, CSP, President, Kendrick Global Enterprises, LLC

Updates in Education and Consulting Skills
EC4: Technology-Caused Distraction: Safety Issues and Solutions
David Fender, Ed.D, CSP, CSHM, Professor, Murray State University

Management Safety Principles and Solutions
MS4: Integrating EHS into Lean, Six Sigma and 5S Programs 
Mark Flick, Vice President of Compliance Services, Keramida

Worker’s Comp: Injuries, Analysis and Prevention
WC4: Understanding and Lowering the Risk of Hand-Arm
 Vibration Syndrome
Danny Riley, Ph.D., Professor Cell Biology, Neurobiology & Anatomy and Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Medical College of Wisconsin

Occupational Health and Wellness
OH4: Protecting Your People and Resources by Integrating
 Employee Wellness and Workplace Safety
Katie Fucik, MPH, Health Strategist, Hylant Group, and Bill Musick, Director of Loss Control Services, Hylant Group

INSAFE/Safety Fundamentals
SF4: Developing a Site-Specific Safety and Health Program
John Brunswick, INSafe Safety Consultant, and Bryan Thais, INSafe Safety Consultant, Indiana Dept. of Labor

Construction Safety
CS4: Regulatory and Equipment Changes and Innovations in Fall Protection
Kenneth Lemke, Director of Engineering, and Brad May, Regional Sales Manager, Sellstrom Manufacturing Company

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20

Opening General Session

Effectively Handling an Enforcement-Driven OSHA While Achieving Operational Excellence and Profitability through Safety
Edwin G. Foulke, Jr., Partner, Fisher & Phillips LLP

Concurrent Session Five

Effective Safety Management
SM5: Safety of the Faceless Employee
Eric Harper, CSP, Manager – Process Safety, EHS Technology Group LLC

Environmental/Emergency/Fire Protection
EP5: Prevention and Defense against Workplace Violence
Amir Mousavi, Ph.D. (ABD), MPA, MS, CEM, CFO, FF/NREMT-P, Safety Director, City of Jeffersonville

Safety Objectives and Concepts
SC5: The Buried Truth Uncovered – No materials will be available in advance of this session.
Eric Giguere, Safety Awareness Solutions

Safety, Health and Environmental Best Practices
BP5: Machine Guarding
Gary Clark, RSP, Loss Prevention Consultant, Gibson

Risk Identification and Control
RC5: Adapting Your Safety Program for the Aging Workforce

Sheila Denman, MA, MS, PT, Senior Vice President, ATI Worksite Solutions

INSAFE/Safety Fundamentals
SF5: Contractor Safety
Ebony Poindexter, INSafe Safety Consultant, and Debbie Rauen, INSafe Safety Consultant, Indiana Dept. of Labor

Construction Safety
CS5: Confined Space Standards for Construction
Gery Giannini, Safety Director, Heritage Group Safety

Concurrent Session Six

Effective Safety Management
SM6: Catastrophic Workplace Accidents
Edwin G. Foulke, Jr., Partner, Fisher & Phillips LLP

Environmental/Emergency/Fire Protection
EP6: EMERGENCY! High-Tech Facility Design and Operation for Effective Emergency Response
John Weaver, Facility Manager, Birck Nanotechnology Center, Purdue University

Safety Objectives and Concepts
SC6: Control Banding Approach to Grouping Chemical Risk
Tony Havics, CIH, PE, Director, pH2, LLC

Safety, Health and Environmental Best Practices
BP6: Safe 4 the Right Reasons – No materials will be available in advance of this session.
Dale Lesinski, QSSP, Vice President of Sales & Training, DiVal Safety Equipment, Inc.

Risk Identification and Control
RC6: Worksite Analysis Techniques and Tools
Bobbi K. Samples, Owner/Principal Consultant, The Safety Firm, LLC

INSAFE/Safety Fundamentals
SF6: The Road to VPP Star
Mike Gaskill, Indiana VPP Manager, and Beth Gonzalez, Indiana VPP Team Lead, Indiana Dept. of Labor, and Mark Arkanoff, Dean Vaught and Jim Lam, Covanta Indianapolis

Construction Safety
CS6: OSHA’s Crystalline Silica Notice of Proposed Rule Making and Its Possible Effect on the Construction Industry
Robert Baldwin, Director of Safety Services, Indiana Construction Assn.

Concurrent Session Seven

Effective Safety Management
SM7: Managing a Diverse Workforce: What’s Your CQ?
Martin George, CEO, Language Training Center

Environmental/Emergency/Fire Protection
EP7: Use Conflict Creatively: Increase Safety
Karen Valencic, President, Spiral Impact

Safety Objectives and Concepts
SC7: But We Aren’t a Trucking Company! The Impact of Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations on Non- Traditional Transportation Operations

Delinda Davis, Senior Safety Consultant, National Transportation Consultants Inc.

Safety, Health and Environmental Best Practices
BP7: You Are Not In This Alone 
Bruce Thompson, VP Sr. Loss Control Consultant, Lockton Companies

Risk Identification and Control
RC7: Predict the Shortcut Before it Results in an Employee Injury – No materials will be available in advance of this session.
Brendan Moriarty, CIH, CSP, MSPH, CPCU, Senior Territory Casualty Specialist – AVP, Chubb & Son

INSAFE/Safety Fundamentals
SF7: Fleet Safety
Mark McDaniel, INSafe Safety Consultant, and Bob Starkey, INSafe Safety Consultant, Indiana Dept. of Labor

Construction Safety
CS7: Smart Business for Crane Operator and Rigger Work
Bruce Guiliani, CSP, CET, CIT, Corporate Safety and Loss Control Director, Heritage Group Safety

Concurrent Session Eight

Effective Safety Management
SM8: Active Shooter Situations
Larry Holloway, President, LGH Safety Services, LLC

Environmental/Emergency/Fire Protection
EP8: Workplace Hazards of the Green Industry
(Intermediate; All)
Joseph Zanoni, PhD, MILR, Director of Continuing Education, Illinois Occupational and Environmental Health and Safety Education and Research Center, University of Illinois at Chicago, and Dr. Steven Lacey, PhD, Director of Environmental and Occupational Health Science, Indiana University School of Public Health

Safety Objectives and Concepts
SC8: Safety Beyond PPE – No materials will be available in advance of this session.
Kina Repp, Safety Done Right

Safety, Health and Environmental Best Practices
BP8: Reducing the Fear of Reporting EHS Incidents and Injuries
 (or Eliminating Fear in the Workplace) 
Michael Topf, MA, President and CEO, Topf Initiatives

Risk Identification and Control
RC8: Loss Control That Works
Kevin Beswick, Senior Safety Specialist, RMS-Safety

INSAFE/Safety Fundamentals
SF8: Industrial Hygiene Sampling Strategy
Gary Hulbert, CSP, CHMM, INSafe Safety Consultant, and Tony Kuritz, INSafe Safety Consultant, Indiana Dept. of Labor

Construction Safety
CS8: What is MICCS? Benefits, Advantages and Evaluation Process of the MICCS Certification Program – No materials will be available in advance of this session.
Marcy Watson, Association Manager, MICCS

 

2013 Conference Materials

r /> Environmental Permitting for the Safety Professional
Greg Hemker, President, EHS Technology Group LLC and Stacey Pfeffer, Director, Office of Compliance Support/OPPTA, Indiana Dept. of Environmental Management

Afternoon Workshops

Workshop 4
Arcs, Sparks, Fire & Explosions – Extraordinary Excerpts!
John Gryzwacz, Professor Emeritus, and Frank Perrino, Professor Emeritus, OSHA National Training Institute

Workshop 5
Are You Promotable? Building Your Interpersonal Skills Toolkit
Julius Rhodes, SPHR, Founder and Principal, mpr group

Workshop 6
Qualifying Contractors
Jeffery Dennis, MS, CSP, CHMM, CET, CSSM, WSO-CSE, President, Industrial Safety Solutions, Inc. and Bruce Guiliani, CSP, CET, CIT, Corporate Safety and Loss Control Director, Heritage Group Safety

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19

Concurrent Session One

Effective Safety Management
SM1: Governor’s Workplace Safety Awards – Best Practices Panel – No materials will be available in advance of this session.
Don Billheimer, Production Manager and FESHO, LORD Corporation; Bill Mott, Vice President, Corporate Labor Relations, Hunt Construction Group; and Sally A. Zuel, MS, SPHR, Vice President of Human Resources, Union Hospital, Inc. Moderator: Michelle Ellison, Assistant Commissioner, Indiana Dept. of Labor

Updates in Education and Consulting Skills
EC1: Improving Training by Incorporating Adult Learning Principles 
Al Capuano, President, QSM Consultants

Management Safety Principles and Solutions 
MS1: Developing a Safety Culture within Your Organization Panel
Gary Clark, RSP, Dean Hiles, Andy Metsker and Mark Styers, loss prevention consultants, Gibson

Worker’s Comp: Injuries, Analysis and Prevention
WC1: Workers Compensation and the Safety Professional
Kurt Kluempers, CPCU, VP – Work Comp, Arlington/Roe

Occupational Health and Wellness
OH1: Pre-Employment Physical vs. Post-Offer Employment Testing: Can You Afford to Not Know the Difference?
Katie McBee, PT, DPT, OCS, MS, CEAS, Regional Director of WorkStrategies, Select Medical

INSAFE/Safety Fundamentals
SF1: Effective Training for Maximum Safety Performance
Dr. Earl Blair, Associate Professor & Graduate Program Director/Safety Management, Indiana University, and Bradley Freeman, CIH, CSP, INSafe Health Consultant, Indiana Dept. of Labor

Construction Safety
CS1: Incident and injury Free – it’s not ZERO
Sheryl Wiser, Safety Director, Fox Contractors

Concurrent Session Two

Effective Safety Management
SM2: Initiating On-site Medical Facilities
John Bawcum, CSP, Human Resource Manager, BraunAbility|The Braun Corporation

Updates in Education and Consulting Skills
EC2: Humor in Safety
Tim Page-Bottorff CSP, Senior Safety Consultant, SafeStart™

Management Safety Principles and Solutions
NEW! MS2: The Pros and Cons of an Aging Workforce: Examining the Changing Demographics and Implications in the Workplace
Kara Cecil, Director of Process Improvement in the College of Arts and Sciences, University of Kentucky

Worker’s Comp: Injuries, Analysis and Prevention
WC2: Effectively Managing an Ergonomic Process
Blake McGowan, CPE, Managing Consultant, Ergonomic Engineer, Humantech, Inc.

Occupational Health and Wellness
OH2: Effectively Combining Safety and Health Strategies to Make Wellness Work – No materials will be available in advance of this session.
Nicole Fallowfield, CWP, Director of Health Risk Management, Gibson

INSAFE/Safety Fundamentals
SF2: The “Carrot” or the “Stick?”
Timothy E. Maley, Deputy Commissioner of IOSHA, Indiana Dept. of Labor

Construction Safety
CS2: The Real Dangers Threatening Workers Who Enter
 Permit Required Confined Spaces
Gary Yurt, President/Chief Safety Advisor, ISTS, Inc.

Concurrent Session Three

Effective Safety Management
SM3: Product Safety: Risk Management Fundamentals for the Safety Professional

Michael Ruddy, CSP, Senior Risk Specialist, Chubb Group of Insurance Cos.

Updates in Education and Consulting Skills
EC3: Predicting and Preventing: Using Predictive Analytics to Eliminate Injuries 
Chuck Pettinger, Ph.D., Process Change Leader, Predictive Solutions

Management Safety Principles and Solutions
MS3: Influencing Behaviors for Better Safety Performance
Keith Robinson, CSP, CHMM, Director – Health, Safety & Environment, Stantec Consulting Services, Inc.

Worker’s Comp: Injuries, Analysis and Prevention 
WC3: Introduction to Industrial Hygiene for the Safety Professional
Jeffery Dennis, MS, CSP, CHMM, CET, CSSM, WSO-CSE, President, Industrial Safety Solutions, Inc.

Occupational Health and Wellness
OH3: Effective Wellness Programs: Critical to Safety
Julie Nelson, Business Development Manager, ATI Worksite Solutions

INSAFE/Safety Fundamentals
SF3: Temporary Workers: Who Is Responsible for the Safety and Health of Temporary Employees?
Julie Alexander, Division Director of Industrial Compliance, Indiana Dept. of Labor

Construction Safety
CS3: ANSI Z359 Standards: A Fall Protection Guidebook
Kevin Wilcox, PE, CSP, Principal, LJB Inc.

Concurrent Session Four

Effective Safety Management
SM4: SAFER by Choice 
Skipper Kendrick, CSP, President, Kendrick Global Enterprises, LLC

Updates in Education and Consulting Skills
EC4: Technology-Caused Distraction: Safety Issues and Solutions
David Fender, Ed.D, CSP, CSHM, Professor, Murray State University

Management Safety Principles and Solutions
MS4: Integrating EHS into Lean, Six Sigma and 5S Programs 
Mark Flick, Vice President of Compliance Services, Keramida

Worker’s Comp: Injuries, Analysis and Prevention
WC4: Understanding and Lowering the Risk of Hand-Arm
 Vibration Syndrome
Danny Riley, Ph.D., Professor Cell Biology, Neurobiology & Anatomy and Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Medical College of Wisconsin

Occupational Health and Wellness
OH4: Protecting Your People and Resources by Integrating
 Employee Wellness and Workplace Safety
Katie Fucik, MPH, Health Strategist, Hylant Group, and Bill Musick, Director of Loss Control Services, Hylant Group

INSAFE/Safety Fundamentals
SF4: Developing a Site-Specific Safety and Health Program
John Brunswick, INSafe Safety Consultant, and Bryan Thais, INSafe Safety Consultant, Indiana Dept. of Labor

Construction Safety
CS4: Regulatory and Equipment Changes and Innovations in Fall Protection
Kenneth Lemke, Director of Engineering, and Brad May, Regional Sales Manager, Sellstrom Manufacturing Company

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20

Opening General Session

Effectively Handling an Enforcement-Driven OSHA While Achieving Operational Excellence and Profitability through Safety
Edwin G. Foulke, Jr., Partner, Fisher & Phillips LLP

Concurrent Session Five

Effective Safety Management
SM5: Safety of the Faceless Employee
Eric Harper, CSP, Manager – Process Safety, EHS Technology Group LLC

Environmental/Emergency/Fire Protection
EP5: Prevention and Defense against Workplace Violence
Amir Mousavi, Ph.D. (ABD), MPA, MS, CEM, CFO, FF/NREMT-P, Safety Director, City of Jeffersonville

Safety Objectives and Concepts
SC5: The Buried Truth Uncovered – No materials will be available in advance of this session.
Eric Giguere, Safety Awareness Solutions

Safety, Health and Environmental Best Practices
BP5: Machine Guarding
Gary Clark, RSP, Loss Prevention Consultant, Gibson

Risk Identification and Control
RC5: Adapting Your Safety Program for the Aging Workforce

Sheila Denman, MA, MS, PT, Senior Vice President, ATI Worksite Solutions

INSAFE/Safety Fundamentals
SF5: Contractor Safety
Ebony Poindexter, INSafe Safety Consultant, and Debbie Rauen, INSafe Safety Consultant, Indiana Dept. of Labor

Construction Safety
CS5: Confined Space Standards for Construction
Gery Giannini, Safety Director, Heritage Group Safety

Concurrent Session Six

Effective Safety Management
SM6: Catastrophic Workplace Accidents
Edwin G. Foulke, Jr., Partner, Fisher & Phillips LLP

Environmental/Emergency/Fire Protection
EP6: EMERGENCY! High-Tech Facility Design and Operation for Effective Emergency Response
John Weaver, Facility Manager, Birck Nanotechnology Center, Purdue University

Safety Objectives and Concepts
SC6: Control Banding Approach to Grouping Chemical Risk
Tony Havics, CIH, PE, Director, pH2, LLC

Safety, Health and Environmental Best Practices
BP6: Safe 4 the Right Reasons – No materials will be available in advance of this session.
Dale Lesinski, QSSP, Vice President of Sales & Training, DiVal Safety Equipment, Inc.

Risk Identification and Control
RC6: Worksite Analysis Techniques and Tools
Bobbi K. Samples, Owner/Principal Consultant, The Safety Firm, LLC

INSAFE/Safety Fundamentals
SF6: The Road to VPP Star
Mike Gaskill, Indiana VPP Manager, and Beth Gonzalez, Indiana VPP Team Lead, Indiana Dept. of Labor, and Mark Arkanoff, Dean Vaught and Jim Lam, Covanta Indianapolis

Construction Safety
CS6: OSHA’s Crystalline Silica Notice of Proposed Rule Making and Its Possible Effect on the Construction Industry
Robert Baldwin, Director of Safety Services, Indiana Construction Assn.

Concurrent Session Seven

Effective Safety Management
SM7: Managing a Diverse Workforce: What’s Your CQ?
Martin George, CEO, Language Training Center

Environmental/Emergency/Fire Protection
EP7: Use Conflict Creatively: Increase Safety
Karen Valencic, President, Spiral Impact

Safety Objectives and Concepts
SC7: But We Aren’t a Trucking Company! The Impact of Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations on Non- Traditional Transportation Operations

Delinda Davis, Senior Safety Consultant, National Transportation Consultants Inc.

Safety, Health and Environmental Best Practices
BP7: You Are Not In This Alone 
Bruce Thompson, VP Sr. Loss Control Consultant, Lockton Companies

Risk Identification and Control
RC7: Predict the Shortcut Before it Results in an Employee Injury – No materials will be available in advance of this session.
Brendan Moriarty, CIH, CSP, MSPH, CPCU, Senior Territory Casualty Specialist – AVP, Chubb & Son

INSAFE/Safety Fundamentals
SF7: Fleet Safety
Mark McDaniel, INSafe Safety Consultant, and Bob Starkey, INSafe Safety Consultant, Indiana Dept. of Labor

Construction Safety
CS7: Smart Business for Crane Operator and Rigger Work
Bruce Guiliani, CSP, CET, CIT, Corporate Safety and Loss Control Director, Heritage Group Safety

Concurrent Session Eight

Effective Safety Management
SM8: Active Shooter Situations
Larry Holloway, President, LGH Safety Services, LLC

Environmental/Emergency/Fire Protection
EP8: Workplace Hazards of the Green Industry
(Intermediate; All)
Joseph Zanoni, PhD, MILR, Director of Continuing Education, Illinois Occupational and Environmental Health and Safety Education and Research Center, University of Illinois at Chicago, and Dr. Steven Lacey, PhD, Director of Environmental and Occupational Health Science, Indiana University School of Public Health

Safety Objectives and Concepts
SC8: Safety Beyond PPE – No materials will be available in advance of this session.
Kina Repp, Safety Done Right

Safety, Health and Environmental Best Practices
BP8: Reducing the Fear of Reporting EHS Incidents and Injuries
 (or Eliminating Fear in the Workplace) 
Michael Topf, MA, President and CEO, Topf Initiatives

Risk Identification and Control
RC8: Loss Control That Works
Kevin Beswick, Senior Safety Specialist, RMS-Safety

INSAFE/Safety Fundamentals
SF8: Industrial Hygiene Sampling Strategy
Gary Hulbert, CSP, CHMM, INSafe Safety Consultant, and Tony Kuritz, INSafe Safety Consultant, Indiana Dept. of Labor

Construction Safety
CS8: What is MICCS? Benefits, Advantages and Evaluation Process of the MICCS Certification Program – No materials will be available in advance of this session.
Marcy Watson, Association Manager, MICCS