2016 Conference Materials 2017-11-14T18:18:39+00:00

2016 Conference Materials

Below are the materials for the Indiana Safety and Health Conference. Click on the session title to access the materials for that session. If the session title is not linked, the materials have not yet been received from the speaker(s), unless otherwise indicated. Materials will be added as they are received.

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MONDAY, MARCH 21

Morning Workshops
Workshop 1
Link With Sustainability Through Your SHE Culture and Systems
Cathy Hansell, MS, JD, CCSR, CSM, Breakthrough Results, LLC

Workshop 2
Confined Spaces Rescue
Craig Clark, CHST, and Vince Plank, CSP, Safety Management Group

Workshop 3
Industrial Hygiene for the SH&E Professional
Greg Smith, CIH, CHMM, CPEA, Environmental Resources Management

Workshop 4
INSHARP/VPP Meeting  (Materials will not be provided in advance of the conference)
Beth Gonzalez, Indiana Department of Labor

Afternoon Workshops
Workshop 5
Safety, the Next Generation
Todd Guenther, CTFD, RuSafe2.com Training & Development

Workshop 6
Construction Focus Four
Doug Condon, LEED-AP, Construction Safety Leader, and Jeff Fox, CSP, EH&S Delivery Specialist, Dow AgroSciences

Workshop 7
Confined Spaces Rescue
Craig Clark, CHST, and Vince Plank, CSP, Safety Management Group

Workshop 8
Wild, Wacky, and Highly Effective Training v 5.0
Mark Briggs, CSP, ARM, Safety Management Resources Corp.

TUESDAY, MARCH 22

Keynote Presentation
Triumph and Tragedy on Mount Everest: Safety Lessons From the Grand Arena
Safety Lessons From Everest: Keynote plus Bonus Values Primer

Jim Elzinga, Safety Culture Solutions

Concurrent Session One
Effective Safety Management
1A. Our Safety Meetings Stink!
Judy Trent, DiVal Safety

Updates in Education and Consulting Skills
1B. Love Your Employees
Martin George, Ph.D., LTC Language Solutions

Management Safety Principles and Solutions
1C. Challenging Your Audit Processes ßLink goes here
Matt Boardman, CSP, Environmental Resources Management

Work Comp: Injuries, Analysis and Prevention
1D. Industrial Ergonomics: The Key to a Healthy and Productive Workforce! (Materials will not be provided in advance of the conference)
Misty Chapman, CEAS, BS, CPTA, Ergonomic Consultants of Indiana

Safety Perspectives – General and Specific
1E. Behavior-Based Safety from an Owner’s Perspective
Eric Nickless, Marathon Petroleum

INSAFE/Safety Fundamentals
1F. OSHA’s Training Requirements for Employees
Mark McDaniel and Debbie Rauen, Indiana Department of Labor

Construction
1G. Contractor Qualification: Red Flags, Red Lights and Doing Yourself and Your Contractors’ Diligence
Ryan Pollack, CHST, XL Industrial Services

General Safety
1H. 2015 NFPA 70E and Electrical Safe Work Practice Compliance
Jon Clark, Faith Technologies

Concurrent Session Two
Effective Safety Management
2A. Reaching the UNREACHABLE Employees Through Technology
Christian Carlson, MedAware Solutions, and Sheila Denman, MA, MS, PT, CEIS, ATI Worksite Solutions

Updates in Education and Consulting Skills
2B. Instructional Strategies for Effective Safety and Health Training
Kevin Slates, Indiana University

Management Safety Principles and Solutions
2C. Conquering the C.A.V.E. Man (Citizens Against Virtually Everything)
Kevin Cobb, SafeStart – A Division of Electrolab Ltd.

Work Comp: Injuries, Analysis and Prevention
2D. Workers Compensation for Safety Professionals
Mike Dugan, Dugan & Voland LLC

Safety Perspectives – General and Specific
2E. Real Life Safety
Tim Simon, Proforce Safety LLC

INSAFE/Safety Fundamentals
2F. Air Sampling for the Non-Industrial Hygienist
Bradley Freeman, CIH, CSP, and Tony Kuritz, Indiana Department of Labor

Construction
2G. Fall Prevention vs. Fall Protection: A New Safety Category
David Francis, Little Giant Ladder Systems

General Safety
2H. Life Cycle of a Safety Career – A Modern Path
Abby Ferri, CSP, The Ferri Group LLC

Concurrent Session Three
Effective Safety Management
3A. #DisasterReady
Shawna Neilson, AIC, AIM, AIS, and Tania Bengtsson, Gibson

Updates in Education and Consulting Skills
3B. It’s Not Enough to Communicate – You Have to Be Understood
Lisa Babington, Cherry Hill Communications Consulting

Management Safety Principles and Solutions
3C. Preventing Fatal and Life-Changing Injury Events
Frank Baker, CSP, CFPS, ALCM, and Greg Clone, ASP, Eastern Alliance Insurance Group

Work Comp: Injuries, Analysis and Prevention
3D. Developing a Safety Culture
Mark Styers, Gibson

Safety Perspectives – General and Specific
3E. Using Big Data to Predict and Prevent Serious Injuries and Fatalities  (Materials will not be provided in advance of the conference)
Chuck Pettinger, Ph.D., Predictive Solutions

INSAFE/Safety Fundamentals
3F. The VPP Star Journey – Important Success Factors
Rick Gerlach and Kristyn Grow, CSP, CHMM, SGE, Cintas Corporation

Construction
3G. Eeeww: Construction Health Hazards in Medical and Wastewater Facilities
Donald Garvey, ARM, CIH, CSP, 3M Company

General Safety
3H. GHS: OSHA’s Final Deadline – Last Call for Employer Compliance
Brad Harbaugh, VelocityEHS

Concurrent Session Four
Effective Safety Management
4A. The Four Disciplines of OSH Execution to Achieve Safety Excellence
Francis Sehn, ARM, CSP, Willis Group

Updates in Education and Consulting Skills
4B. Changes and Updates to ANSI/ASSE Z490.1 Training Standard
Bruce Guiliani, CSP, CET, Heritage Group Safety

Management Safety Principles and Solutions
4C. From Lagging to Leading to Transformational Indicators: Measuring the Value of Safety
Shawn Galloway, ProAct Safety, Inc.

Work Comp: Injuries, Analysis and Prevention
4D. The SH&E Leader as a Successful Business Partner
Cathy Hansell, MS, JD, CCSR, CSM, Breakthrough Results, LLC

Safety Perspectives – General and Specific
4E. Rigging Safety and Cargo Securement
Robert Siemens, Royal Arc Industrial Services

INSAFE/Safety Fundamentals
4F. OSHA’s Confined Space for Construction Rule
Anthony Bowers and Bryan Thais, Indiana Department of Labor

Construction
4G. Top 10 Misuses of Fall Protection Equipment and What to Do About Them
Kevin Wilcox, PE, CSP, LJB Inc.

General Safety
4H. Real Time Dust Monitoring Strategies and Tools
Scott Norman, TSI

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23

Keynote Presentation
Quarterbacking Your Safety Team
Oliver Luck, NCAA

Concurrent Session Five
Effective Safety Management
5A. Employment Law Pitfalls and Faux Pas for the Safety Professional
Barry Spurlock, Esq., CSP, Eastern Kentucky University/Spurlock Law, PLLC

Environmental/Emergency/Fire Protection
5B. The Impact and Implications of NFPA 652, NFPA’s Newest Combustible Dust Standard
Jason Reason, CSP, CHMM, CIH, Lewellyn Technology, LLC

Safety Objectives and Concepts
5C. OSHA’s General Duty Clause: A Guide to Enforcement and Legal Defenses
Adele Abrams, Esq., CMSP, Law Office of Adele L. Abrams PC

SH&E Best Practices
5D. Personal and Corporate Safety-Related Liability: Who and What Can Be Sued?
Matthew Deffebach, Haynes and Boone, LLP

Risk Identification and Control
5E. Forecasting Tomorrow: The Future of Safety Excellence
Terry Mathis, ProAct Safety, Inc.

INSAFE/Safety Fundamentals
5F. Behavior-Based Safety in Construction
Trevor Atherton, CSP, CHST, CRIS, Gribbins Insulation Company

Safety Perspectives – General and Specific
5G. Championing Your OSHA Inspection
Gary Clark, RSP, Gibson

General Safety
5H. Road to Recovery Following a Back Injury
Kern Singh, M.D., Minimally Invasive Spine Institute at Rush

Concurrent Session Six
Effective Safety Management
6A. Confined Space and the New Construction Standards
Don Bryant, CUSA, MBA, Citizens Energy Group

Environmental/Emergency/Fire Protection
6B. Pre-Emergency Planning and Inspection of Agricultural and Processing Facilities
Ben Peetz, CSP, CFPS, FCCI Insurance Group

Safety Objectives and Concepts
6C. Work Conditioning: Empowering Workers for Peak Performance
David Verdeyen, Ergonomic Consultants of Indiana

SH&E Best Practices
6D. Process Safety Management Enforcement Trends and Best Practices
Jonathan Zimmerman, Kellogg’s

Risk Identification and Control
6E. Ergonomics 101: Creating a Playbook for Workstation Analysis
Andy Litchfield, Gibson

INSAFE/Safety Fundamentals
6F. A Journey to Safety Excellence!
Tara Falin, CSP, Cummins Engine Company

Safety Perspectives – General and Specific
6G. Driving Innovation: A Data-Driven Approach to Raising Chemical Safety Awareness
Ashley Lory, Peerless Pump and Jason Massey, SiteHawk

General Safety
6H. The Great Swindles, Scams and Myths in Safety  (Materials will not be provided in advance of the conference)
Steve Woodward, SAFEmap International Inc.

Luncheon Presentation
Safety as a Result: The Role of the Leader
Rodney Grieve, Founder, BRANTA Worldwide

Concurrent Session Seven

Effective Safety Management
7A. Human Error: There is NO Root Cause
Richard Pollock, CSP, CLMI Safety Training

Environmental/Emergency/Fire Protection
7B. Wellness: An Essential Component of Safety, Health and Environmental Incident Prevention
Michael Topf, MA, Topf Initiatives

Safety Objectives and Concepts
7C. Identifying Cultural Hazards: Four Clues Your Organization Is Out of Balance
Rodney Grieve, BRANTA Worldwide

SH&E Best Practices
7D. Safe 4 the Right Reasons  (Materials will not be provided in advance of the conference)
Dale Lesinski, QSSP, DiVal Safety

Risk Identification and Control
7E. Influencing Behaviors for Safer Performance
Keith Robinson, CHMM, CSP, Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc.

INSAFE/Safety Fundamentals
7F. Safety and Health Trends in Indiana
Kenneth Boucher, Indiana Department of Labor

Safety Perspectives – General and Specific
7G. Machinery Safety: What EHS Managers Should Know About Standards, Technology and Best Practices
Matthew Taylor, CFSE-TUV, Rockwell Automation

General Safety
7H. OSHA’s Proposed Beryllium Rule
Richard Griffith, CIH, Workplace Safety & Health Co., Inc.

Concurrent Session Eight


Effective Safety Management
8A. The Art of Correcting Unsafe Behavior
Kevin Beswick, RMS Safety

Environmental/Emergency/Fire Protection
8B. Human Factors, Human Error and Human Performance Principles in Action

Safety Objectives and Concepts
8C. Solving the Safety Puzzle
Stephen Gerrard, CSP, Precepts Safety LLC

SH&E Best Practices
8D. Introduction to Law Enforcement Awareness and Safety
J. Michael Carrick, Indiana State Police

INSAFE/Safety Fundamentals
8F. CNC Machine Safety
Rebecca Ellson and Gary Hulbert, CHMM, CSP, Indiana Department of Labor

Safety Perspectives – General and Specific
8G. Aerial Lift Accident Prevention
Joseph Rosen, Royal Arc Industrial Services

General Safety
8H. Safety Force Multiplier
Clint Wolfley, CSP, CHST, STSC, Board of Certified Safety Professionals