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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28

Morning Workshops

Workshop 1
WK1. Confined Space Rescue 
(All; Any)
Gery Giannini, CET, Director of Training and Bruce Guiliani, CSP, CET, Director of Safety, Heritage Group Safety

Workshop 2 – No materials will be provided in advance of this session.
WK2. Technical Review of Three Best Practice Ergonomic Assessment Tools to Quantify MSD Risk (All; Any)
Mark Middlesworth, MS, ATC/L, CEES, Founder and Owner, Ergonomics Plus Inc.

Workshop 3
WK3. OSHA Process Safety Management Workshop
Jonathan Zimmerman, EHS Manager, Kellogg’s – Cincinnati Bakery

Workshop 4
WK4: 10 Steps for Developing Safety Performance Measures
Earl Blair, EdD, CSP and Barry S. Spurlock, Esq., CSP, Eastern Kentucky University

VPP
VPP1. INSHARP/VPP Meeting
Rebecca Ellson, INSHARP Coordinator, and Beth Gonzalez, Dave Crall, and Travis Gentry, VPP Leaders, Indiana Department of Labor

Afternoon Workshops

Workshop 5
WK5. Safety Leadership: Conventional Wisdom and Unintended Consequences 
(I/A; Any)
Mark Pergrem, MS, Senior Safety Consultant, SAFEmap International

Workshop 6
WK6. How To Become A Safety Training Ninja© (All; Any)
Regina McMichael, CSP,CET, President, The Learning Factory, Inc.

Workshop 7
WK7. Using Z490.1 to Make Better Safety Training 
(All; Any)
Bruce Guiliani, CSP, CET, Director of Safety, Heritage Group Safety and Kevin Slates, Ed.D, MPA, CSP, Associate Clinical Professor, Indiana University

Workshop 8
WK8. Right-Sizing Risk Management for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and the OSH Professionals Who Work for Them (I/A; Any)
Pamela Walaski, CSP, CHMM, Director, Health and Safety, GAI Consultants, Inc.

VPP
VPP2. VPP Contractor / Mobile Worksite Best Practices Workshop
Beth Gonzalez, Dave Crall, and Travis Gentry, VPP Leaders, Indiana Department of Labor

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1

Concurrent Session One

Effective Safety Management
1A. Just Imagine! Innovative Ideas to Keep Your Safety Program Fresh and Alive
Richard Hawk

Updates in Education and Consulting Skills
1B. Using the Science of Human Performance to Reduce Error and Mistakes – Before An Incident Occurs (All; 250+)
Matt Holland, CSP, Senior EHS Director, Arconic

Management Safety Principles and Solutions
1C. OSHA’s e-Recordkeeping Rule: Navigating the Anti-Retaliation Provisions 
(All; Any)
Adele Abrams, JD, CMSP, President, Law Office of Adele L. Abrams, P.C.

Worker’s Comp: Injuries, Analysis and Prevention
1D. Building a Safety Climate Dashboard 
(N/I; Any)
Joe Melton, Manager of Consulting, RCI/Dekra Insight

General Safety
1E. UAW-Ford START Card Process
Sean Coughlin, Assistant Director Health and Safety, UAW-Ford Department and Mark Jones, CSP, CIH, Company Co-Chair, UAW-Ford National Joint Committee on Health and Safety, UAW-Ford; and John Lawson, VOME Safety Manager, Ford Motor Company

Occupational Health Safety and Wellness
1F. Deadly Dust: How to Comply with 1910.1053 Respirable Crystalline Silica (I/A; Any) – No materials will be provided in advance of this session.
Thomas Giffin, Compliance Specialist, August Mack Environmental

INSAFE/Safety Fundamentals
1G. Unlocking OSHA’s Lockout/Tagout Requirements
Mark McDaniel, Safety Consultant and Debra Rauen, Safety Consultant, INSafe, Indiana Dept. of Labor

Construction Safety
1H. The Basics of Fall Protection 
(All; Any)
Richard Vaccaro, MS, Fall Protection Specialist, United Sales Associates

General Safety II
1I. Image-Based Safety Training (All; Any)
Linda Tapp, CSP, President, SafetyFUNdamentals

Concurrent Session Two

Effective Safety Management
2A. Getting a Grip on Chemical Inventory: The New World of GHS (I; 101-249)
Katie McGee, Regulatory Content Manager, SiteHawk

Updates in Education and Consulting Skills
2B. Influencing Behaviors to Improve Employee Safety Performance 
(N/I; Any)
Keith Robinson, CSP, CHMM, Corporate Safety Director, Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc.

Management Safety Principles and Solutions
2C. Rigging the Force In Your Favor 
(N/I; Any)
Izzy De Jesus, CSP, OHST, Loss Prevention Consultant, Gibson

Worker’s Comp: Injuries, Analysis and Prevention
2D. Utilization of a Job Diagnostic Survey to Measure Employee Job Satisfaction and How Task Rotation Can be a Valuable Solution 
(N/I; 101-249)
Jessica Chandler, CEIS, Ergonomics Consultant, ATI Worksite Solutions

General Safety
2E. OSHA Temporary Worker Initiative: Do You Know Your Responsibilities? 
(All; Any)
Paul Wendel, ARM, ALCM, Account Engineer and Anthony Zoia, CSP, Senior Consultant, Zurich Services Corp.

Occupational Health Safety and Wellness
2F. The Big Switch: Why You Need to Shift Your Organization from Compliance to Risk 
(I/A; Any)
Pamela Walaski, CSP, CHMM, Director, Health and Safety, GAI Consultants, Inc.

INSAFE/Safety Fundamentals
2G. A Safer Look at Welding in Your Maintenance Department
Curtis Taylor, Safety Consultant and Tony Kuritz, Health Consultant, INSafe, Indiana Dept. of Labor

Construction Safety
2H. Breakthrough Results in Contractor Safety: Applying Concepts of Safety Culture to Owner/Contractor Relationships 
(All; Any)
Scott Lowe, CSP, PE, Contractor HSE Consultant, Eli Lilly and Company

General Safety II
2I. Getting a Seat in the C-Suite 
(All; Any)
Regina McMichael, CSP,CET, President, The Learning Factory, Inc.

Concurrent Session Three

Effective Safety Management
3A. Pushing Through the Plateau: Taking Your Safety Program to the Next Level (I/A; Any)
Mark Pergrem, MS, Senior Safety Consultant, SAFEmap International

Updates in Education and Consulting Skills
3B. Communication: Your Most Powerful Tool to Get Results and Drive Change 
(I; Any)
Cathy Hansell, CCSR, CSM, MS, JD, President, Breakthrough Results, LLC

Management Safety Principles and Solutions
3C. Lessons Learned From the Flight Deck (I; Any)
Eric Glass, Senior EHS Advisor, UL EHS & Sustainability

Worker’s Comp: Injuries, Analysis and Prevention
3D. Safety’s “Missing Link:” The Human Element 
(All; Any)
Kurt VonRueden, CSP, CET, EHS Director, IEA, Inc.

General Safety
3E. How Occupational Health and Safety Professionals Influence Decision Makers (I; Any)
Daniel Snyder, CSP, Owner, SPAN International Training LLC

Occupational Health Safety and Wellness
3F. Hearing Conservation in the Work Place: Do’s, Don’ts, and Make Sure’s (Advanced; Any)
John Mauro, President, The Hearsafe Group/Worksafe-USA, Inc.

INSAFE/Safety Fundamentals
3G. Understanding OSHA’s Construction Silica Standard
Bryan Thais, Safety Consultant and Benjamin Ross, Safety Consultant, INSafe, Indiana Dept. of Labor

Construction Safety
3H. Buried Alive: A Survivor’s Story 
(All; Any)
Joe Tantarelli, Senior Safety Consultant, SafeStart®

General Safety II
3I. Workplace Violence Prevention and Response 
(All; Any)
Kevin Beswick, Manager of Construction Services, RMS Safety

Concurrent Session Four

Effective Safety Management
4A. From Selfie to Safety: A Safety Manager’s Guide to Millennials (All; Any) – No materials will be provided in advance of this session.
Thomas Giffin, Compliance Specialist, August Mack Environmental

Updates in Education and Consulting Skills
4B. A Step Back is a Step Forward: Putting Life Back in Safety Training 
(All; Any)
Claudia Niehaus, Safety, Human Resources and Environmental Manager, IBC Advanced Alloys, Inc. and Bruce Guiliani, CSP, CET, Director of Safety and Loss Control, Heritage Group Safety

Management Safety Principles and Solutions
4C. Supervisors: The Hidden Safety Heroes 
(All; Any)
Gary Clark, RSP, Loss Prevention Manager, Gibson

Worker’s Comp: Injuries, Analysis and Prevention
4D. Bringing Thor’s Hammer Down On Workers’ Compensation Claims 
(All; Any)
Shawna Neilson, AIC, AIM, AIS, Director of Risk Management Services, Gibson

General Safety
4E. Behavioral Approaches and Telematics in Fleet Safety Programs
Don Tolbert, CSP, CCMP, Technical Director and Peter VanDyne, CSP, CFPS, Technical Director, Liberty Mutual Insurance

Occupational Health Safety and Wellness
4F. A Concise Review of Chemical Occupational Exposure Limits (OELs) 
(Intermediate; Any)
Andrew Havics, CIH, PE, Director, pH2, LLC

INSAFE/Safety Fundamentals
4G. Spray Finishing and NFPA 33
Gary Hulbert, Health Consultant and Brad Freeman, Health Consultant, INSafe, Indiana Dept. of Labor

4H. So You’ve Got a Safety Order – Now What? (All; Any)
Ryan Poor, JD, Partner, Ice Miller LLP

General Safety II
4I. Effective Training Techniques (N/I; Any)
Bradford Weber, Operations Manager/Safety Consulting, Sheakley

THURSDAY, MARCH 2

Concurrent Session Five

Effective Safety Management
5A. A Disruptive Paradigm: The Systems Thinking About Human Error (I/A; 101+)
Richard Pollock, CSP, ASP, President, CLMI Safety Training

Environmental/Emergency/Fire Protection
5B. Emergency Action Plan – Leading The Fight! 
(All; Any)
Andy Metsker, Loss Prevention Consultant, Gibson

Safety Objectives and Concepts
5C. Strategies for Preventing Fatal and Life-Changing Injury Events 
(A; 101-249)
Frank Baker, CSP, ARM, CFPS, ALCM, Manager, Risk Management and Greg Clone, ASP, Senior Risk Management Consultant, Eastern Alliance Insurance Group

SH&E Best Practices
5D. Biomechanics and Beyond: Unleashing Human Resiliency 
(I; 250+)
Sheila Denman, MA, MS, PT, CEIS, Sr. Vice President, ATI Worksite Solutions

General Safety
5E. What is the Hospitalizations and Amputations Reporting Telling IOSHA About Injuries in Indiana? (N/I; 0-249)
Julie Alexander, JD, Director of General Industry and Whistleblower Investigation Unit, Indiana Department of Labor

Risk Identification and Control
5F. Achieving and Sustaining High-Performance Self-Organizing Criticality and the Process Enneagram 
(All; Any)
Richard N. Knowles, Ph.D., President, Richard N. Knowles & Associates, Inc.

INSAFE/Safety Fundamentals
5G. What’s In a Name? How the Bureau of Labor Statistics Collects and Publishes SOII and CFOI Data
Joe Black, Stacy Wart and Kenneth Boucher, Quality, Metrics and Statistics, Indiana Department of Labor

Safety Perspectives: General and Specific
5H. Safety and Technology: A 21st Century Approach to Managing Safety (All; Any)
Ryan Pollack, CHST, HSE Manager, XL Industrial Services and Brooke Pankey, Product Manager, HCSS

Concurrent Session Six

Effective Safety Management
6A. The Process and Tools of Kiken Yochi Training (KYT) Hazard Recognition and Prevention Program 
(A; 250+)
Julie Branaman, EHS Manager, Arvin Sango Inc.

Environmental/Emergency/Fire Protection
6B. Active Shooter Preparedness for You and Your Facility 
(All; Any)
Josh Halstead, EMT-P, Director of Business Development, SMRT Indiana

Safety Objectives and Concepts
6C. Selling Safety to the Front Line Employee 
(N/I; Any)
Patrick J. Karol, CSP, Senior Director of Safety, EEC Environmental

SH&E Best Practices
6D. Best Practices in Workplace Safety and Health: The Jasper Engines and Transmissions Story
Jason Pieper, Jasper Engines and Transmissions

General Safety
6E. Flammable and Combustible Liquid Safety: Everyone’s Responsibility (N/I; Any)
Glen Carter, Senior Product Design and Development Engineer, Justrite Manufacturing Company LLC

Risk Identification and Control
6F. Ergonomics and Injury Prevention 
(All; Any)
Bill Beck, PT, DPT, OCS, ATC, Work Strategies Coordinator, Select Physical Therapy

INSAFE/Safety Fundamentals
6G. Best Practices in Workplace Safety and Health: Electro-Spec
Ben McKnight, Electro-Spec, Inc.

Safety Perspectives: General and Specific
6H. Engaging and Retaining the Next Generation of Safety Professionals 
(All; Any)
Clint Wolfley, CSP, CHST, STSC, Director of Business Development, Board of Certified Safety Professionals

Concurrent Session Seven

Effective Safety Management
7A. Would You Watch Out For My Safety?® (A; Any)
John Drebinger, CSP, Certified Speaking Professional, John Drebinger Presentations

Environmental/Emergency/Fire Protection
7B. Fire Protection Systems: An Important Part of Employee Safety 
(N/I; Any)
Patric McCon, CSP, CFPS, CHMM, Senior Risk Engineering Consultant, Zurich Services Corporation

Safety Objectives and Concepts
7C. Advancing HSE Professionals in Business 
(N/I; Any)
Julius Rhodes, SPHR, Founder and Principal, mpr group

SH&E Best Practices
7D: Too Broke to Pay Attention? Overcome the Distraction of Worry, Stress and Burnout
Heather Sayers Lehman, MS, CEO & Executive Health Coach, Overcoming U – Mindful Corporate Wellness

Risk Identification and Control
7E. Management of Fire Risk in Agricultural Operations (All; Any)
Benjamin Peetz, CSP, CFPS, Agribusiness Risk Control Consultant, FCCI Insurance Group

INSAFE/Safety Fundamentals
7F. Best Practices in Workplace Safety and Health: Marathon and VPP
Glen Bahr, Marathon

Concurrent Session Eight

Effective Safety Management
8A. Process Safety Management (PSM) (All; Any)
Trent Blake, ASP, Security, Health and Safety Director, KERAMIDA Inc.

Environmental/Emergency/Fire Protection
8B. Explosive Dust Management Overview and the New OSHA Requirements 
(All; Any)
Nate McGarrh, CESCP, Senior Safety Engineer, The Hilgeman Group

Safety Objectives and Concepts
8C. From Safety Leader to Business Leader: Bridging the Gap 
(All; Any)
John McBride, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, Director, National Recruiting, Consentium Search, LLC

SH&E Best Practices
8D. HR’s Role in Safety Management 
(Intermediate; 101-249)
Marlin Smith, Director of Human Resources, Hendrickson Truck Suspensions

Risk Identification and Control
8E: 5S + Safety Finds a New Home at an Old Refinery
Damon Shodrock, CSP, Safety & Security Supervisor, Calumet Specialty Products