Risk and Insurance Division
Tuesday, April 11, 2017
Harness Your Inner Risk Manager (Intermediate) Kevin Boonie.
Will Compliance Get You Results Plus?(Intermediate) Mark Bergsma, CWCC, Producer and Rich DeLeau, CAWC, Director of Risk Management, Berends, Hendricks, Stuit Insurance Agency.
Many of today's businesses still rely on only compliance to meet their safety needs. The injury trends end up being unpredictable at best with good results relying on a good does of luck. A holistic approach may be a better alternative.
Debunking the Complacency Myth and Laziness Fallacy(Intermediate)Chris Goulart, AON.
Managing safety requires that employees remain fully engaged in the work process. When employees are no longer attentive it is important to look at systemic causes for the inattention rather than simply blaming the employees for being complacent or lazy. This session will discuss strategies based in science for fully involving employees in the safety process.
Employee Safety Incentive Programs and Post-Incident Drug Testing: What Can We Really Do? (Basic) Greg Zigulis, CSP, CIH, Sixth Sense Safety Solutions.
Recent changes made by OSHA to the Recordkeeping and Reporting standard (in May of 2016) have implications for employer safety incentive and post incident drug testing programs. This presentation will provide an overview of the changes, potential implications to employers, challenges, and related issues.
Wednesday, April 12, 2017
Strategies for Preventing Fatal and Life Changing Injury Events(Basic-Advanced) Melanie Nykamp, Sr. Risk Management Consultant and Greg Clone, Sr. Risk Management Consultant, Eastern Alliance Insurance Group.
Prevention of fatal & life changing injury events starts with recognizing that all organizations have risk. By understanding what motivates employee decision making. The critical elements of a mature safety climate, and precursors to fatal and life changing events, we can implement strategies to reduce the risk for employees.
Five Things to Improve Safety Behavior in Your Organization(Intermediate) Dr. John Austin, Reaching Results.
In this presentation, Dr. Austin will discuss the foundations of behavioral science and describes 5 more ways that you can use this knowledge to help people change their behavior and the behavior of people around them, to avoid injuries at work.
Personal Injury and Advertising Injury(Basic)Jeff P. Janke, Risk Control Director, MI and OH, CNA Insurance Companies.
With multiple media platforms available to businesses, it can be easy to misuse or copy proprietary information. Failure to follow proper business practices can result in litigation.
1:45 pm pdf (Handout) (1.87 MB)
10 Key Elements for Safety Program Success(Basic)David Hintz, Loss Control Manager, Accident Fund Insurance Company.
Proven techniques for developing a successful safety program will be discussed, as well as how to maximize resources that are available to most employers.
Risk and Insurance Division Roster
Co-Chair: David Hintz, CSP, Accident Fund Insurance Company of America
Co-Chair:Jeffrey Janke, ARM, RRE, CNA Risk Control
Kellie Anderson, CPCU, ERM, The Cincinnati Insurance Companies
Kevin Boonie, CRM, Collins & Associates
Gary Boyer, CSP, The Cincinnati Insurance Companies
David Dernbach, Middle Cities Risk Management Services
Paul Hascher, Lighthouse Insurance Group
Linda Hudson, CSP, FCCI Insurance Group
Eric Krieger, CSP, HNI Risk Services
Karen Satterfield, CSP, Citizens Insurance Company
Steve Vander Hill, The Cincinnati Insurance Companies
Eric Waldelich, CompOne Administrators
Greg Zigulis, CIH, CSP, Sixth Sense Safety Solutions