CPR Training with AED Familiarization  and Basic First-Aid Class
Aug
27
8:00 AM08:00

CPR Training with AED Familiarization and Basic First-Aid Class

In an emergency, you may think, I don’t want to get involved; I’ll just call 911 and let them handle it.  How long will it take for the emergency squad to arrive?  Even if you are in a municipality that has a good response time, if you do nothing for the victim, you will lose 5 to 10 minutes of precious time that could significantly reduce the chance of survival.  What if it was a friend or a family member?  Wouldn’t you want to know CPR that would enable you to take immediate action that could mean the difference between saving a life or someone dying.

  The Greater Cleveland Safety Council will offer a Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, CPR Training Class with Automated External Defibrillator, AED familiarization to individuals who may need this training for their employment or for those who desire to learn and be certified with this worthwhile training.  Our CPR Classes teach the importance of both compressions and breaths for a greater chance of saving someone’s life. 

 Included with this training package, we will provide a class in basic first-aid.   This class will cover injury assessments, soft tissue injuries, muscle and bone injuries, facial injuries, burns, poisoning, sudden illnesses and environmental emergencies. The goal of this training is to help people gain the knowledge, skills, and confidence necessary to manage a medical emergency until more advanced help arrives. 

 Each student will receive all materials to facilitate his/her understanding of both training classes.  In the CPR Class, each person will have their own manikin to practice with and use for their test and certification.  Each student will also receive a barrier mask for his/her keychain that can be used when performing CPR that will help reduce the risk of exposure to potentially infectious body fluids.  Each student will also receive a personal First-Aid Kit with a Guide Pocket-Pal for future reference.  All students who successfully complete these classes will receive certification cards valid for 2 years.  Light refreshments will be provided to the class.  The cost of the class is $89. 


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September Luncheon
Sep
19
11:20 AM11:20

September Luncheon

What Would You Do?  

Tabletop Exercises Where You Need to Analyze, Evaluate and Determine a Course of Action

With

Jim Presot           and        Jerry Zgrabik

 North Royalton City Schools & Bedford City School District
September 19, 2019

Luncheon Meeting – 11:30 a.m. until 1 p.m.

Tizzano’s Party Center

 1361 East 260th Street, Euclid, 44132

 We make plans, policies and procedures to handle our business activities and especially those regarding emergency situations.  We hope they are comprehensive and cover all aspects of a given situation to ensure personnel safety and protection of property with appropriate and timely responses.  One method to test the effectiveness of your planning is with tabletop exercises. They provide you with an opportunity to review your plans, discover problem areas and allow you to test the effectiveness of what you have in place.   

 

In this meeting, you will work with others at your table to decide what course of action you would take in various scenarios presented to you.  Several scenarios will be presented, and you will discuss with others at your table, what action should be taken using your experience and reflecting on policies and procedures you may have in your organization.  You may want to bring others from your organization to this luncheon so you can analyze situations together and learn how tabletop exercises can be an effective tool for you.

 Jim Presot is the Assistant Superintendent of the North Royalton City Schools. Jim has been an educator for the past 32 years.  He has served in several capacities including teacher, Assistant Principal and Principal, and has served the past 17 years as the Assistant Superintendent for North Royalton City Schools.  Jerry Zgrabik has served as the Business Manager of the Bedford City School District for 28 years.  His responsibilities include planning for the safety and security of the students, staff and visitors and he is a certified ALICE Instructor. In 2000, Jerry was the School Business Manager of the Year in Ohio.

Reservations are required for this meeting.  The cost for members is $22 and $27 for non-members.  For those who chose to pay at the door, you may pay only by cash or check, no credit cards will be accepted.  All attendees must make their payment on or before the meeting, members cannot request to be invoiced.  Anyone making a reservation and do not attend without making a proper cancelation will be charged for the meeting.  This meeting qualifies as 1 of the 10 meetings that are required under the BWC’s Safety Council Rebate Program.    

IMPORTANT – For your organization to receive credit for attending the meeting you must stay until the end.   If you leave early, your organization may not receive credit for the meeting.


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OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Training Class
Oct
9
to Oct 10

OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Training Class

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OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Training Class

The OSHA 10-Hour Training course for general industry is intended to provide students with an overview of the basic health and safety hazards present in the workplace.  This course also provides participants with an overview of how the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, OSHA operates. There are no prerequisites required to take the 10-Hour general industry course. This course is an excellent source of information necessary to people working in the field of safety.

 PROGRAM OBJECTIVE

This course will provide participants with a fundamental understanding of basic occupational safety and health topics that will instruct them on recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of safety and health hazards in the workplace.

WHO IS THIS PROGRAM FOR?

This Program will benefit all employees, from those newly hired to the long-term employees who could use refresher training.  It is also beneficial to Supervisors or Inspectors to reinforce elements of safety and health they need to be vigilant of and preserve in order to maintain a safe and healthy workplace.

TOPICS  COVERED

There are topics that are mandatory for this class and  several that are deemed elective and optional.  The elective topics are ergonomics, bloodborne pathogens, material handling machine guarding, introduction to industrial  hygiene, safety & health programs, struck by injuries, caught between injuries, ladder safety, confined spaces, powered industrial vehicles, lock out/tag out, welding cutting and brazing.                                       

 CLASS LOGISTICS

The course will be conducted over 2 consecutive days,  October 9th and 10th, 2019  in the Safety      Council’s classroom in our new location at 5500 South Marginal Road.  Enter the classroom on the southside of the building.  Free parking is available.  The class will begin each day at 8 am and finish at 4 pm.

Light refreshments will be served each day and participants will be on their own for lunch.

 


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October Luncheon
Oct
16
11:20 AM11:20

October Luncheon

Topic TBD


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Certified Occupational Safety Specialist Class
Nov
4
to Nov 8

Certified Occupational Safety Specialist Class

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Certified Occupational Safety Specialist

COSS Course

 

The Greater Cleveland Safety Council has joined with the Safety Council of Northwest Ohio in providing the Certified Occupational Safety Specialist, COSS Course in November for individuals who want to improve their capabilities to work effectively in the field of safety.  It provides students with the tools and techniques they need to make safety work for them and achieve results.

 The Certified Occupational Safety Specialist Program is a unique curriculum-based certification providing accelerated learning in the essentials of safety, occupational health and OSHA training requirements.  Upon successfully completing the COSS Course, you will receive the nationally recognized certification of Certified Occupational Safety Specialist.  You will have the ability to coordinate the successful implementation of corporate safety and health plans, coordinate and conduct safety and health training and provide support to safety and training managers.

 The course will be conducted at The Greater Cleveland Safety Council located at 5500 S. Marginal Rd., Cleveland Ohio from Monday, November 4th through Friday, November 8th.  The class will start each day at 8 a.m. and finish at approximately 5 p.m.  Refreshments will be served each day however students will be on their own for lunch.

 The cost of the course is $1,799 for members of our Safety Council and $2,499 for nonmembers.    Payment is required prior to the class and can be made below with credit card or by check payable to the Safety Council of Northwest Ohio and sent to our office.   Payment must be received no later than October 28th .  Cancelations less than 24 hours in advance and no-shows are responsible for the full registration fee.


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November Luncheon
Nov
14
11:20 AM11:20

November Luncheon

Topic TBD


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December Luncheon
Dec
17
11:20 AM11:20

December Luncheon

Topic TBD


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October Training
Jan
10
11:20 AM11:20

October Training

Topic TBD


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November Training
Jan
11
11:20 AM11:20

November Training

Topic TBD


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Testing The Water: Results That Benefit Our Region No Matter What The Outcome
Aug
14
11:20 AM11:20

Testing The Water: Results That Benefit Our Region No Matter What The Outcome

Cheryl Soltis-Muth, Analytical Services Manager

&

Dr. Eric Soehnlen, Senior Investigator Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District


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Closer Look @ Proactive Safety Programs
Jul
23
9:00 AM09:00

Closer Look @ Proactive Safety Programs

Proactive safety means that employees take responsibility to act safely BEFORE anyone tells you to or whenever the situation demands safe behavior.  Practicing pro-active safety means practicing prevention and protection.  The best way to prevent something from happening is always to be on the lookout for hazards and act before they become accidents.  It takes both the employer and employees to make pro-active safety work.  When used together, prevention and protection give the best defense against accidents.

 All accidents result from incidents, but not all incidents result in accidents.  This class will review some programs that can correct an incident including:

·         Hazard Recognition – engaging employees to identify incidents before they become accidents.

·         Management of Change – Procedures to ensure that new equipment or changes in the

workplace identify potential hazards before the equipment or changes are implemented.

 This class will discuss some programs used by companies that have taken them to the next (higher) level of safety.  

 *Please note that this training class will be conducted at the Safety Council’s new location at 5500 South Marginal Road and East 55th Street, just off I-90/East Shoreway at the East 55th Street Exit.  

This class will count as a meeting credit for the BWC’s Safety Council Rebate Program.


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OSHA-10 Hour General Industry Training Class
Jul
17
to Jul 18

OSHA-10 Hour General Industry Training Class

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OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Training Class

The OSHA 10-Hour Training course for general industry is intended to provide students with an overview of the basic health and safety hazards present in the workplace.  This course also provides participants with an overview of how the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, OSHA operates. There are no prerequisites required to take the 10-Hour general industry course. This course is an excellent source of information necessary to people working in the field of safety.

 Program Objective

This course will provide participants with a fundamental understanding of basic occupational safety and health topics that will instruct them on recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of safety and health hazards in the workplace.

Who is this Program for?

This Program will benefit all employees, from those newly hired to the long-term employees who could use refresher training.  It is also beneficial to Supervisors or Inspectors to reinforce elements of safety and health they need to be vigilant of and preserve in order to maintain a safe and healthy workplace.

Topics  Covered

There are topics that are mandatory for this class and  several that are deemed elective and optional.  The elective topics are ergonomics, bloodborne pathogens, material handling machine guarding, introduction to industrial  hygiene, safety & health programs, struck by injuries, caught between injuries, ladder safety, confined spaces, powered industrial vehicles, lock out/tag out, welding cutting and brazing.                                       

 Class Logistics

The course will be conducted over 2 consecutive days,  July 17th & 18th, 2019  in the Safety      Council’s classroom in our new location at 5500 South Marginal Road.  Enter the classroom on the southside of the building.  Free parking is available.  The class will begin each day at 8 am and finish at 4 pm.

Light refreshments will be served each day and participants will be on their own for lunch.

 


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The Ohio BWC Library and You! Safety Information Resources at the Library and Online
Jul
16
11:20 AM11:20

The Ohio BWC Library and You! Safety Information Resources at the Library and Online

With

Andrew Hart, Research Librarian

 Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation
July 16, 2019

Luncheon Meeting – 11:30 a.m. til 1 p.m.

Brennan’s Party Center

 13000 Triskett Road, Cleveland, 44111

 The Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation, BWC has a library with several resources including: research services, video library collection, books, ANSI standard collection (does not circulate), Safety Update Monthly Newsletter and the BWC Archive.  The BWC Library is an excellent resource for people searching for safety related information.

 There will be an overview of all the materials and services provided by the BWC Library.  Mr. Hart will discuss how the personnel at the library can provide information to questions that require some research and assist with what materials are available.  The BWC Library is a valuable resource for information on safety and occupational health.

 Andrew Hart currently works as a Safety Research Librarian for the Ohio BWC Library. In addition to government, he has experience in special collections, and public and prison library settings. Andrew has a Master of Science in Library Science degree from Clarion University of Pennsylvania, a Master of Social Science degree from Ohio University, a Bachelor of Arts degree in criminology from The Ohio State University, and an undergraduate certificate in Occupational Safety and Health from Columbia Southern University.

Reservations are required for this meeting.

The cost for members is $22 and $27 for non-members.  For those who chose to pay at the door, you may pay only by cash or check, no credit cards will be accepted.  All attendees must make their payment on or before the meeting, members cannot request to be invoiced.  Anyone making a reservation and do not attend without making a proper cancelation will be charged for the meeting.  This meeting qualifies as 1 of the 10 meetings that are required under the BWC’s Safety Council Rebate Program.    

IMPORTANT – For your organization to receive credit for attending the meeting you must stay until the end.   If you leave early, your organization may not receive credit for the meeting.


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Leave Your Blood at the Red Cross, Not on the Highway
Jun
11
11:20 AM11:20

Leave Your Blood at the Red Cross, Not on the Highway

Trooper Bridget Matt

Ohio Highway Patrol, Cleveland - Post 18


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Closer Look @ What You Need to Know When Using an Outside Contractor
May
22
9:00 AM09:00

Closer Look @ What You Need to Know When Using an Outside Contractor

May 22, 2019

9am - 11am

$59 per person

Location of class will be at the New Safety Council Office.

5500 South Marginal Rd.

Cleveland, Ohio 44103

This class will count as a meeting credit for the BWC’s Safety Council Rebate Program.


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CPR Training with AED Familiarization and Basic First-Aid Class
May
21
8:00 AM08:00

CPR Training with AED Familiarization and Basic First-Aid Class

CPR Training with AED Familiarization

and Basic First-Aid Class

Tuesday, May 21, 2019

8 a.m. until 2:30 p.m.

New Location!

5500 South Marginal Road, Cleveland, Ohio 44103

 In an emergency, you may think, I don’t want to get involved; I’ll just call 911 and let them handle it.  How long will it take for the emergency squad to arrive?  Even if you are in a municipality that has a good response time, if you do nothing for the victim, you will lose 5 to 10 minutes of precious time that could significantly reduce the chance of survival.  What if it was a friend or a family member?  Wouldn’t you want to know CPR that would enable you to take immediate action that could mean the difference between saving a life or someone dying.

  The Greater Cleveland Safety Council will offer a Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, CPR Training Class with Automated External Defibrillator, AED familiarization to individuals who may need this training for their employment or for those who desire to learn and be certified with this worthwhile training.  Our CPR Classes teach the importance of both compressions and breaths for a greater chance of saving someone’s life. 

 Included with this training package, we will provide a class in basic first-aid.   This class will cover injury assessments, soft tissue injuries, muscle and bone injuries, facial injuries, burns, poisoning, sudden illnesses and environmental emergencies. The goal of this training is to help people gain the knowledge, skills, and confidence necessary to manage a medical emergency until more advanced help arrives. 

 Each student will receive all materials to facilitate his/her understanding of both training classes.  In the CPR Class, each person will have their own manikin to practice with and use for their test and certification.  Each student will also receive a barrier mask for his/her keychain that can be used when performing CPR that will help reduce the risk of exposure to potentially infectious body fluids.  Each student will also receive a personal First-Aid Kit with a Guide Pocket-Pal for future reference.  All students who successfully complete these classes will receive certification cards valid for 2 years.  Light refreshments will be provided to the class.  The cost of the class is $89. 


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Effectively Managing Your Employee Injury Claims
May
16
11:20 AM11:20

Effectively Managing Your Employee Injury Claims

Debbie O’Connell & Wendy Sergent, Regional Managers

 1-888-OhioComp
May 16, 2019

Luncheon Meeting – 11:30 a.m. til 1 p.m.

Mediterranean Party Center

 25021 Rockside Road, Bedford Heights, 44146

 Workers’ Compensation is an essential benefit that protects employees when they are involved in an on-the-job accident.  Virtually all states provide four types of benefits: medical coverage, disability benefits, rehabilitation and death benefits.  When an employee becomes injured on-the-job, it is critical that an employer respond in a quick, competent and comprehensive manner that best manages the situation and provides the appropriate care necessary to treat the employee and bring them back into workplace.

 Ms. O’Connell and Sergent will provide an overview of Ohio Workers’ Compensation System, the roles and responsibilities of partners, how to be proactive and when its’ too late, how to best react.  They will discuss strategies to best impact the bottom line and how to effectively manage your overall program.  They will end with discussion about claims.

 Debbie O’Connell and Wendy Sergent each have over 20 years of experience in workers’ compensation.They have been educating, advising, and a resource for employers’ workers’ compensation programs for both the public and private sector. Debbie and Wendy are currently Regional Managers for 1-888-OhioComp, the managed care organization, MCO.

The cost for members is $22 and $27 for non-members.  For those who chose to pay at the door, you may pay only by cash or check, no credit cards will be accepted.  All attendees must make their payment on or before the meeting, members cannot request to be invoiced.  Anyone making a reservation and do not attend without making a proper cancelation will be charged for the meeting.  This meeting qualifies as 1 of the 10 meetings that are required under the BWC’s Safety Council Rebate Program.   

IMPORTANT – For your organization to receive credit for attending the meeting you must stay until the end.   If you leave early, your organization may not receive credit for the meeting.


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88th Annual Occupational Safety & Hygiene Awards Program
May
1
7:00 AM07:00

88th Annual Occupational Safety & Hygiene Awards Program

Co-sponsored by the

Greater Cleveland Safety Council

and the

Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation.

REGISTRATION OPENS – 7:00 A.M.

BREAKFAST – 7:30 A.M.

PROGRAM – 8:00 A.M.

 

 Keynote Speaker –Brian Zimmerman, CEO Cleveland Metroparks

$25 per person

ASSIGNED SEATING-TABLES SET FOR 8

Discount for reservation of 8 ($175)      

If you would like to purchase a table of 8 please call the Safe Council Office (216) 621-0059.

 


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OSHA 10 and 30-Hour Classes; What are These Classes  All About & How They Can Help You
Apr
17
11:20 AM11:20

OSHA 10 and 30-Hour Classes; What are These Classes All About & How They Can Help You

OSHA 10 and 30-Hour Classes; What are These Classes

All About & How They Can Help You

With

Joe Novak, CHST, Safety Programs Manager

 Cleveland Public Utilities - Cleveland Water
April 17, 2019

Luncheon Meeting – 11:30 a.m. til 1 p.m.

Brennan’s Party Center

 13000 Triskett Road, Cleveland, 44111

 The OSHA Injury and Illness Prevention Program specifies a wide array of standards in relation to specific hazards.  OSHA  10-Hour & 30-Hour safety training participants will receive the information that is necessary to train and inform employees properly on OSHA standards and learn to design and implement employee protection programs.

 Mr. Novak will discuss how these training classes will provide participants with information that is necessary to train and inform employees properly on OSHA standards and learn to design and implement employee protection programs.  He will also discuss OSHA citations and penalties and how to avoid them.

 Joe Novak is the Safety Programs Manager for Cleveland Public Utilities’ – Cleveland Water, and is responsible for the implementation of health and safety programs, managing and conducting safety training programs, and the procurement of safety equipment for Cleveland Water.  Mr. Novak is recognized by the Board of Certified Safety Professionals as a Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST).  He is also an OSHA certified outreach trainer, with the ability to teach and issue cards for OSHA 10 and 30-Hour Classes in construction.

For those who chose to pay at the door, you may pay only by cash or check, no credit cards will be accepted.  All attendees must make their payment on or before the meeting, members cannot request to be invoiced.  Anyone making a reservation and do not attend without making a proper cancelation will be charged for the meeting.  This meeting qualifies as 1 of the 10 meetings that are required under the BWC’s Safety Council Rebate Program.   

IMPORTANT – For your organization to receive credit for attending the meeting you must stay until the end.   If you leave early, your organization may not receive credit for the meeting.


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Safety Markings – Is Your Signage Adequate  or Better Yet, Are You Compliant with Requirements?
Mar
14
11:20 AM11:20

Safety Markings – Is Your Signage Adequate or Better Yet, Are You Compliant with Requirements?

Safety Markings – Is Your Signage Adequate

or Better Yet, Are You Compliant with Requirements?

With

Dan Glavin, Vice President

Glavin Industries, Inc.
March 14, 2019

Luncheon Meeting – 11:30 a.m. til 1 p.m.

Tizzano’s Party Center

 1361 East 260th Street, Euclid, 44132

 Many operations involve a certain amount of risk that cannot be controlled.  Safety markings, such as signs, tags, and labels have been developed as one means of mitigating these risks to help prevent work accidents and subsequent injury.  These markings tell employees about hazards and warn them to be careful.  There are established legal requirements for safety markings that include design, use of color, signal words, symbols and proper placement. 

 Mr. Glavin will provide an overview of the various types of safety markings available and explain the differences and proper placement within a facility.   He will discuss OSHA requirements and other regulatory signage. He will discuss best practices in selection and placement of signage.

 Dan Glavin is the Vice President of Glavin Industries, Inc.  He has over 15 years of experience in the world of signs, labels, tags and graphics from both the sales and production side of business.  He has worked with customers large and small to help keep their facilities safe for their customers, employees and guests.

For those who chose to pay at the door, you may pay only by cash or check, no credit cards will be accepted.  All attendees must make their payment on or before the meeting, members cannot request to be invoiced.  Anyone making a reservation and do not attend without making a proper cancelation will be charged for the meeting.  This meeting qualifies as 1 of the 10 meetings that are required under the BWC’s Safety Council Rebate Program.   

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Closer Look @ Fall Protection
Feb
27
9:00 AM09:00

Closer Look @ Fall Protection

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Slips, trips and falls constitute most industry incidents. Falls are also the leading cause of death in the construction industry.  Most fatalities occur when employees fall from open-sided floors and floor openings.  Falls from as little as 4 to 6 feet can cause serious lost-time incidents and sometimes death.

 OSHA’s standards for fall protection include requirements for guardrails, floor and wall openings and holes, industrial stairs and ladders.  It also requires that companies identify their exposures to falls and provide measures to reduce or eliminate them.  Attendees will learn how to develop a fall protection plan.

 Objectives - upon completion of this training, you will be able to:

·         Identify work conditions that prompt the use of fall protection for general industry and construction

·         Develop a fall hazard survey/assessment to identify routine exposure for your employees

·         Develop a fall protection plan that will provide the measures to be taken to reduce or eliminate fall hazards for workers.  It will include active control measures such as fall arrests, fall restraints, work positioning systems and administrative controls, and passive control measures such as elimination, substitution and physical isolation.

·         Selection and use of fall protection equipment including a hands-on demonstration of a personal fall arrest system with harness and lanyards, and discussion regarding equipment maintenance and inspection.

·         Rescue procedures will be discussed should a fall occur

This class will count as a meeting credit for the BWC’s Safety Council Rebate Program.   


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The Use of Dogs as Effective Tools in Police Work
Feb
13
11:20 AM11:20

The Use of Dogs as Effective Tools in Police Work

The Use of Dogs as Effective Tools in Police Work

Sgt. Bob Majer, Overseer of the K9 Program and

Patrolman Ryan Kaetzel, Handler & K-9 Bosco

Bedford Heights Police Department
February 13, 2019

Luncheon Meeting – 11:30 a.m. til 1 p.m.

Mediterranean Party Center

 25021 Rockside Road, Bedford Heights, 44146

 A police dog commonly referred to as a “K-9” is a dog specifically trained to assist police and other law enforcement personnel.  They can be used effectively in searching for drugs and explosives, locating missing people, finding crime scene evidence, and attacking people targeted by police. Why do we bother using police dogs at all?  For one thing, their keen sense of smell is almost 50 times more sensitive than a human’s.

 Sgt. Majer will discuss how dogs are selected and what breeds are most common in policing today.  He will also discuss what police dogs are trained to do and specifically talk about the areas K-9 Bosco is trained in.   Sgt. Majer will talk about the valuable role K-9 Units play in Community Policing.  There will also be a K-9 demonstration.

 Sgt. Majer is an eleven year veteran with the Bedford Heights Police Department.  He served as a former K-9 handler for 5 years until his K-9 partner retired due to medical reasons.  He is now the overseer of the K-9 Program for the Department and works primarily as the afternoon shift supervisor.  Patrolman Kaetzel has been a police officer since 2006.  He has worked for the Bedford Heights P.D. since 2011 and is currently the only K-9 handler in Bedford Heights.  K-9 Bosco is a two-year old German Shepard who graduated K-9 School in April 2018.

Reservations are required for this meeting.   The cost for members is $22 and $27 for non-members.  For those who chose to pay at the door, you may pay only by cash or check, no credit cards will be accepted.  All attendees must make their payment on or before the meeting, members cannot request to be invoiced.  Anyone making a reservation and do not attend without making a proper cancelation will be charged for the meeting.  This meeting qualifies as 1 of the 10 meetings that are required under the BWC’s Safety Council Rebate Program.   

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CPR Training with AED Familiarization and Basic First-Aid Class
Feb
5
8:00 AM08:00

CPR Training with AED Familiarization and Basic First-Aid Class

CPR Training with AED Familiarization and Basic First-Aid Class

Tuesday, February 5, 2019

8 a.m. until 2:30 p.m.

Hanna Building - Safety Council Classroom - Room 1672

 In an emergency, you may think, I don’t want to get involved; I’ll just call 911 and let them handle it.  How long will it take for the emergency squad to arrive?  Even if you are in a municipality that has a good response time, if you do nothing for the victim, you will lose 5 to 10 minutes of precious time that could significantly reduce the chance of survival.  What if it was a friend or a family member?  Wouldn’t you want to know CPR that would enable you to take immediate action that could mean the difference between saving a life or someone dying.

  The Greater Cleveland Safety Council will offer a Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, CPR Training Class with Automated External Defibrillator, AED familiarization to individuals who may need this training for their employment or for those who desire to learn and be certified with this worthwhile training.  Our CPR Classes teach the importance of both compressions and breaths for a greater chance of saving someone’s life. 

 Included with this training package, we will provide a class in basic first-aid.   This class will cover injury assessments, soft tissue injuries, muscle and bone injuries, facial injuries, burns, poisoning, sudden illnesses and environmental emergencies. The goal of this training is to help people gain the knowledge, skills, and confidence necessary to manage a medical emergency until more advanced help arrives. 

 Each student will receive all materials to facilitate his/her understanding of both training classes.  In the CPR Class, each person will have their own manikin to practice with and use for their test and certification.  Each student will also receive a barrier mask for his/her keychain that can be used when performing CPR that will help reduce the risk of exposure to potentially infectious body fluids.  Each student will also receive a First-Aid Guide Pocket-Pal for future reference.  All students who successfully complete these classes will receive certification cards valid for 2 years.  Light refreshments will be provided to the class.  The cost of the class is $89. 

This Training Class Counts as a Meeting Credit for the BWC’s Safety Council Rebate Program


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Opioid Addiction is an Epidemic and Medical Marijuana is Coming Soon – How Could This Affect Your Workplace
Jan
15
11:20 AM11:20

Opioid Addiction is an Epidemic and Medical Marijuana is Coming Soon – How Could This Affect Your Workplace

Opioid Addiction is an Epidemic and Medical Marijuana is Coming Soon – How Could This Affect Your Workplace

With

Mark Clendenin

Regional Business Development Manager

Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation
January 15, 2019

Luncheon Meeting – 11:30 a.m. til 1 p.m.

Brennan’s Party Center

 13000 Triskett Road, Cleveland, 44111

 

According to recent reports, employers lose nearly $80 billion annually due to reductions in employee productivity, and increases in absenteeism, accidents, and health costs due to drug abuse and addition.  Moreover, four of five heroin addictions originated from use of prescription drugs.  In 2007, the America’s Health Ranking Study indicated that there was a 75% increase in drug deaths from 14 to 25 deaths per 100,000 of population.  What are the social and economic effect on both the employer and the community, and what opportunities are available for corrective actions?

 Mark Clendenin will review the BWC’s perspective on this, as well as discuss strategies that have already been implemented.  The BWC is not a newcomer to these issues, having implemented counter-addiction and drug-free strategies for many years.  His discussions will focus on: opioid impact on workers’ compensation, BWC administrative initiatives, and Employer Programs available.

 Mark Clendenin is the Regional Business Development Manager for Northeast Ohio and serves as an ambassador for BWC’s CEO/Administrator.He works across NE Ohio on not only educating employers on issues and opportunities as they relate to workers’ compensation, but also collaborating with them on strategic solutions.

For those who chose to pay at the door, you may pay only by cash or check, no credit cards will be accepted.  All attendees must make their payment on or before the meeting, members cannot request to be invoiced.  Anyone making a reservation and do not attend without making a proper cancelation will be charged for the meeting.  This meeting qualifies as 1 of the 10 meetings that are required under the BWC’s Safety Council Rebate Program.   

IMPORTANT – For your organization to receive credit for attending the meeting you must stay until the end.   If you leave early, your organization may not receive credit for the meeting.


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Closer Look
Jan
9
9:00 AM09:00

Closer Look

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How Extreme Temperatures Can Affect Workers

January 9, 2019 – 9 to 11 a.m.

       Hanna Building – Room 1672

1422 Euclid Avenue

     $59 per person

Weather in Northeast Ohio often brings extreme temperatures that can cause injuries and even death to workers.  Cold and heat stress can be prevented.  Are your workers exposed to these potentially deadly work environments?  There are many issues that can affect the body’s heating and cooling systems and lead to hypothermia and frostbite or heat exhaustion and heat stroke.

 If your employees work in an environmental exposed to the cold or heat, this class will provide information on the types of cold and heat stress ailments and appropriate treatment and care.  Students will learn:

 ·         Immersion/Trench Foot - Non-freezing injury of the feet caused by prolonged exposure to wet and cold conditions

·         Frostbite – The freezing of skin and tissue

·         Hypothermia – When the body temperature drops below 95 degrees

·         Metabolic Heat Issues – The body generates heat through the digestion of food, work and exercise

·         Environmental Heat Issues – The body absorbs heat from the surrounding environment, whether it is the hot sun or hot room

This class will count as a meeting credit for the BWC’s Safety Council Rebate Program.   


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Our Holiday Meeting
Dec
13
11:20 AM11:20

Our Holiday Meeting

Test of Your Knowledge About Safety

By

Phyllis Hill and Therese Gallagher & Mark Mallis

Safety Quiz Moderators

 DFAS Cleveland Office & Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation

December 13, 2018

Luncheon Meeting – 11:30 a.m. til 1 p.m.

Mediterranean Party Center

 25021 Rockside Road, Bedford Heights, 44146

 Our Annual Holiday Meeting is truly an extraordinary event with a cornucopia of activities, gifts, prizes, and fun for everyone.  We will celebrate the season with gifts for each attendee, our holiday raffle, pass-outs with safety tips for the holidays and an extra- special holiday mealSanta and Mrs. Claus will make a special appearance to assist with the activities.  Our December meetings have become a tradition that embodies the festive spirit of the holidays that you don’t want to miss.  Mark your calendar, make your reservation, and we hope to see you there.

 The meeting presentation will be a safety quiz for the entire audience. The people seated at each table will work together and respond collectively to a series of questions.  Responses will be recorded on a sheet at each table. At the end of the quiz, each table will turn in their response sheets to be graded and the table with the most correct answers will be the winner. In case of multiple winners, all winners will be placed in a drawing and one table will be selected as the grand prize winner. Each person seated at the grand prize winning table will receive a prize. Our Safety Quiz is guaranteed to be a challenge and lots of fun!

The cost for members is $22 and $27 for non-members. For those who chose to pay at the door, you may pay only by cash or check; no credit cards will be accepted.  Anyone making a reservation and does not attend without making a proper cancelation will be charged and invoiced for the meeting. This meeting qualifies as 1 of the 10 meetings that are required under the BWC’s Safety Council Rebate Program.  

IMPORTANT – In order for your organization to receive credit for attending the meeting, you must stay for the entire meeting. If you             leave early, your organization may not receive credit for the meeting.


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CPR Training with AED Familiarization and Basic First-Aid Class
Nov
27
8:00 AM08:00

CPR Training with AED Familiarization and Basic First-Aid Class

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In an emergency, you may think, I don’t want to get involved; I’ll just call 911 and let them handle it.  How long will it take for the emergency squad to arrive?  Even if you are in a municipality that has a good response time, if you do nothing for the victim, you will lose 5 to 10 minutes of precious time that could significantly reduce the chance of survival.  What if it was a friend or a family member?  Wouldn’t you want to know CPR that would enable you to take immediate action that could mean the difference between saving a life or someone dying. 

The Greater Cleveland Safety Council will offer a Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, CPR Training Class with Automated External Defibrillator, AED familiarization to individuals who may need this training for their employment or for those who desire to learn and be certified with this worthwhile training.  Our CPR Classes teach the importance of both compressions and breaths for a greater chance of saving someone’s life.  

Included with this training package, we will provide a class in basic first-aid.   This class will cover injury assessments, soft tissue injuries, muscle and bone injuries, facial injuries, burns, poisoning, sudden illnesses and environmental emergencies. The goal of this training is to help people gain the knowledge, skills, and confidence necessary to manage a medical emergency until more advanced help arrives.  

Each student will receive all materials to facilitate his/her understanding of both training classes.  In the CPR Class, each person will have their own manikin to practice with and use for their test and certification.  Each student will also receive a barrier mask for his/her keychain that can be used when performing CPR that will help reduce the risk of exposure to potentially infectious body fluids.  Each student will also receive a First-Aid Guide Pocket-Pal for future reference.  All students who successfully complete these classes will receive certification cards valid for 2 years.  Light refreshments will be provided to the class.  The cost of the class is $89.  

Registration is required prior to the class. You can register for the class and pay online. The class size is limited to 24 people and a minimum of 10 people will be needed to conduct the class.

This Training Class Counts as One (1) Meeting Credit for the BWC's Safety Council Rebate Program


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Closer Look @ OSHA Injury and Illness Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements
Nov
15
9:00 AM09:00

Closer Look @ OSHA Injury and Illness Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements

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Closer Look @ OSHA Injury and Illness Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements

November 15, 2018

9-11am

Hanna Building

1422 Euclid Ave. Room 1672

Cleveland, Ohio 44115

$59 per person

Many employers with more than 10 employees are required to keep a record of serious work-related injuries and illnesses. (Certain low-risk industries are exempted.)  This information helps employers, workers, and OSHA evaluate the safety of a workplace, understand injuries hazards, and implement worker protections to reduce or eliminate hazards preventing future workplace injuries or illnesses.

 OSHA has updated its guidelines concerning the completion and filing of Form 300 – Log of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses, Form 301 – Injury and Illness Incident Report and 300A – Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses.  The submission dates have been altered to reflect these changes.   Learn about the new changes and what you need to do to be compliant with the new rules.

 This class will cover:

·         OSHA Regulation 29 CFR Part 1904 Subpart E: Injury and Illness Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements

·         Discuss how OSHA defines what is a recordable injury or illness and what is considered first-aid

·         Severe injury reporting

·         OSHA’s rule on submitting injury and illness records electronically

·         Maintaining and posting records

·         Retention and Updating of records

This class will count as a meeting credit for the BWC’s Safety Council Rebate Program.   


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Infection Control Prevention in the Workplace
Nov
14
11:20 AM11:20

Infection Control Prevention in the Workplace

With

Mathew Johnson, RS, MPH

Program Manager

Cuyahoga County Board of Health  
November 14, 2018

Luncheon Meeting – 11:30 a.m. til 1 p.m.

Brennan’s Party Center

 13000 Triskett Road, Cleveland, 44111

 Consider the numerous times you have come to work while sick. You are feeling under the weather, but you have so much work to do, phone calls to return, deadlines to meet, so the show must go on. Rarely does the notion of spreading germs cross your mind. Unfortunately, this scenario is all too common and is one of the reasons infectious diseases spread so rapidly in the workplace.

 Matt will discuss: Influenza – what it is and what it is not, and Influenza prevention, Noro-like viruses, Antibiotic resistant Staph bacteria, The Here and Now on Measles, The Five “No-No’s” of sensitive occupations and tips for the workplace. He will talk about what is contagious, how are germs spread and how to protect yourself.

 Matt Johnson is a Program Manager with the Cuyahoga County Board of Health (CCBH) which serves the Greater Cleveland, Ohio area.   An environmental public health professional for over 22 years, Matt has experience with a broad range of environmental health issues.   Much of his work is in consulting K-12 schools on environmental health topics such as: food safety, indoor air quality, chemical safety and management, pool management, playground safety, mold and moisture, and communicable disease prevention (MRSA, Flu, Noroviruses, etc.).   He oversees the implementation of the enforcement of the Ohio Smoke Free Workers Act in three counties and the CCBH Body Art Program.  As a Fellow in EPHLI’s Cohort VI, Matt’s Leadership Project was titled Public Recognition and Perceived Value of the Environmental Public Health System.

Matt is a Past President of the Ohio Environmental Health Association which works to advocate for and promote good governance of Ohio’s environmental health issues. 

The cost for members is $22 and $27 for non-members.  For those who chose to pay at the door, you may pay only by cash or check; no credit cards will be accepted.  All attendees must make their payment on or before the meeting, members cannot request to be invoiced.  Anyone making a reservation and do not attend without making a proper cancelation will be charged for the meeting.  This meeting qualifies as 1 of the 10 meetings that are required under the BWC’s Safety Council Rebate Program.   

IMPORTANT – For your organization to receive credit for attending the meeting you must stay until the end.   If you leave early, your organization may not receive credit for the meeting.                    


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Certified Occupational Safety Specialist (COSS) Course
Nov
5
to Nov 9

Certified Occupational Safety Specialist (COSS) Course

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The Greater Cleveland Safety Council has joined with the Safety Council of Northwest Ohio in providing the Certified Occupational Safety Specialist, COSS Course in November for individuals who want to improve their capabilities to work effectively in the field of safety.  It provides students with the tools and techniques they need to make safety work for them and achieve results.

The Certified Occupational Safety Specialist Program is a unique curriculum-based certification providing accelerated learning in the essentials of safety, occupational health and OSHA training requirements.  Upon successfully completing the COSS Course, you will receive the nationally recognized certification of Certified Occupational Safety Specialist.  You will have the ability to coordinate the successful implementation of corporate safety and health plans, coordinate and conduct safety and health training and provide support to safety and training managers. 

The course will be conducted in the Safety Council’s classroom, (Suite 1672) located in the Hanna Building on the corner of East 14th Street and Euclid Avenue from Monday, November 5th through Friday, November 9th.  The class will start each day at 8 a.m. and finish at approximately 5 p.m.  Refreshments will be served each day however students will be on their own for lunch.

The cost of the course is $1,699 for members of our Safety Council and $2,399 for non-members.  Payment is required prior to the class. Payment must be received no later than October 22nd. Cancelations less than 24 hours in advance and no-shows are responsible for the full registration fee.


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What is Your Fire Safety I.Q.?
Oct
16
11:20 AM11:20

What is Your Fire Safety I.Q.?

What is Your Fire Safety I.Q.?

With

Chief Christopher Haddock

Euclid Fire Department  
October 16, 2018

Luncheon Meeting – 11:30 a.m. til 1 p.m.

Tizzano’s Party Center

 1361 East 260th Street, Euclid, 44132

 October is Fire Safety Month, an excellent time to review your Fire Plans and procedures at work and at home.  However, are you confident with your knowledge and understanding of fire safety?  Come take our challenge to test what you know about fires and what should you do in certain fire situations.   

 Chief Haddock will administer a Fire Safety Quiz for everyone to complete.  He will go through the quiz and provide the correct answers to each question.  His presentation will include various aspects of fire safety relevant to both the workplace and at home.  There will be a special prize for the person who achieves 100% on the quiz.  In the event of multiple winners, all winners will be placed in a drawing and one person will be selected as the grand prize winner.       

 Christopher Haddock joined the Euclid Fire Department in 1990. Over the past 28 years, he has served in every rank at the Fire Department from firefighter/paramedic to Assistant Fire Chief.He was appointed as Chief on February 18, 2014.The Chief has certifications that include Fire Officer 1, 2, and 3, and is a state certified paramedic, fire safety investigator, fire safety inspector, fire safety instructor, haz-mat technician and incident safety officer.He has been the EMS coordinator for the department and on the regional technical rescue team, as well as a member of the honor guard, travelling to services of fallen firefighters. Chief Haddock has a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from Cleveland State University, an Associate of Arts degree in fire science from Lakeland Community College, is a graduate of the Ohio Fire Executive Program from the Ohio Fire and Emergency Services Foundation and is currently working on a master’s degree.

The cost for members is $22 and $27 for non-members.  For those who chose to pay at the door, you may pay only by cash or check; no credit cards will be accepted.  All attendees must make their payment on or before the meeting, members cannot request to be invoiced.  Anyone making a reservation and do not attend without making a proper cancelation will be charged for the meeting.  This meeting qualifies as 1 of the 10 meetings that are required under the BWC’s Safety Council Rebate Program.   

IMPORTANT – For your organization to receive credit for attending the meeting you must stay until the end.   If you leave early, your organization may not receive credit for the meeting.                    

3rd Annual Food Drive

We will be conducting our 3rd Annual Food Drive at our monthly luncheon meetings in September and October.  We are asking our members and friends to bring nonperishable food items to these meetings.  The items collected will be given to the Greater Cleveland Foodbank.  The need for food in our area is growing and we want to help meet this need with your support.

We are also accepting cash donations.  A dollar goes much further when spent by the Foodbank because of their extended buying power.  Monetary donations will be accepted in the form of cash or check, and donations can be made with a credit card by calling the Safety Council Office.  Checks should be made payable to the Greater Cleveland Foodbank.

To show our appreciation to those who contributed to the Food Drive, the Safety Council will hold a raffle at the October luncheon meeting.  The raffle prize will be disclosed at the October meeting.  Those who participate will receive 1 raffle ticket for every 2 items or $2 that they donate.  There is no limit on donations so please be generous.  Donations will only be accepted at the September and October luncheon meetings.  The raffle prize will be available for pick-up at the October meeting.  The winner does not have to be present to win.


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Closer  Look @ Lockout/Tagout Standard
Oct
10
9:00 AM09:00

Closer Look @ Lockout/Tagout Standard

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Closer Look @ Lockout/Tagout Standard

A Review of the OSHA Requirements that Help Safeguard Employees in the Workplace

OSHA’s Lockout/Tagout (Control of Hazardous Energy) standard, helps safeguard employees from the unexpected startup of machines or equipment or release of hazardous energy while they are performing servicing or maintenance.  The Lockout/Tagout standard applies to general industry employment and covers the servicing and maintenance of machines and equipment in which the unexpected startup or release of stored energy could cause injury to employees. Hazardous energy releases may occur during installation, set-up, adjusting, modifying, maintenance, servicing or repairing of machines, equipment, processes, or systems.  A violation of OSHA’s Lockout/Tagout standard is always one of their “Top Ten” violations cited annually.

This session will provide an overview of the Lockout/Tagout standard and what employees are protected by the standard.  In OSHA’s Lockout/Tagout world, there are three categories of people: Authorized, Affected and Other.  All the people in these categories require a certain level of training and understanding of this standard that will be discussed in this session.  

Upon completing this training, you will:

-Have a basic understanding of the OSHA Lockout/Tagout standard and why it is used.

-Recognize locks, tags and other devices used in the process.

-Understand how to develop and review machine specific Lockout/Tagout procedures.

Class is $59 per person and will be held October 10, 2018, 9am-11am at the

Greater Cleveland Safety Council

Classroom  - Suite 1672

1422 Euclid Ave.

Cleveland, Ohio 44115

 


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The Ohio Public-Private Partnership (OP3)
Sep
13
11:20 AM11:20

The Ohio Public-Private Partnership (OP3)

The Ohio Public-Private Partnership (OP3)

 

With

Russell J. Decker, Ph.D

Deputy Director

Ohio Department of Public Safety  Ohio Homeland Security
February 2013

Luncheon Meeting – 11:30 a.m. til 1 p.m.

Mediterranean Party Center

 25021 Rockside Road, Bedford Heights, 44146

In an effort to better serve Ohioans before, during and after a disaster, the Ohio Department of Public Safety (ODPS) relies on strong partnerships between citizens, government, higher education, and private business.  To strengthen these partnerships across the state, ODPS created the Ohio Public Private Partnership (OP3) program, an initiative designed to provide current information and situational awareness on disaster prevention, response, and recovery efforts to state agency and business executives, allowing decisions and resources to best support needs of the impacted community.

Dr. Decker will explain the principles of OP3 and how these efforts can assist public and private sector entities with returning to normal operations in the wake of a disaster by sharing critical information with OP3 members. It will provide situational awareness of imminent threats on a need to know basis through voluntary information sharing between OP3 members and build a comprehensive network of businesses, associations and state agencies to jointly participate in disaster prevention, planning, response, and recovery efforts.

Russell J. Decker was appointed Deputy Director with the Ohio Department of Public Safety in February 2015 currently assigned to Ohio Homeland Security and previously to the Ohio Emergency Management for nearly 20 years. 

Dr. Decker also serves as an adjunct professor at Ohio Northern University in Ada, Ohio.  He serves as Co-Chair (alternate) of the State Emergency Response Commission (SERC) and is an instructor with the Ohio Fire Academy and the Ohio Peace Officers Training Commission in the subjects of hazardous materials, bombs & explosives, and incident command.

All attendees must make their payment on or before the meeting, members cannot request to be invoiced.  Anyone making a reservation and do not attend without making a proper cancelation will be charged for the meeting.  This meeting qualifies as 1 of the 10 meetings that are required under the BWC’s Safety Council Rebate Program.   

IMPORTANT – For your organization to receive credit for attending the meeting you must stay until the end.   If you leave early, your organization may not receive credit for the meeting.                    

3rd Annual Food Drive

We will be conducting our 3rd Annual Food Drive at our monthly luncheon meetings in September and October.  We are asking our members and friends to bring nonperishable food items to these meetings.  The items collected will be given to the Greater Cleveland Foodbank.  The need for food in our area is growing and we want to help meet this need with your support.

We are also accepting cash donations.  A dollar goes much further when spent by the Foodbank because of their extended buying power.  Monetary donations will be accepted in the form of cash or check, and donations can be made with a credit card by calling the Safety Council Office.  Checks should be made payable to the Greater Cleveland Foodbank.

To show our appreciation to those who contributed to the Food Drive, the Safety Council will hold a raffle at the October luncheon meeting.  The raffle prize will be disclosed at the October meeting.  Those who participate will receive 1 raffle ticket for every 2 items or $2 that they donate.  There is no limit on donations so please be generous.  Donations will only be accepted at the September and October luncheon meetings.  The raffle prize will be available for pick-up at the October meeting.  The winner does not have to be present to win.


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CPR Training with AED Familiarization and Basic First-Aid Class
Aug
21
8:00 AM08:00

CPR Training with AED Familiarization and Basic First-Aid Class

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In an emergency, you may think, I don’t want to get involved; I’ll just call 911 and let them handle it.  How long will it take for the emergency squad to arrive?  Even if you are in a municipality that has a good response time, if you do nothing for the victim, you will lose 5 to 10 minutes of precious time that could significantly reduce the chance of survival.  What if it was a friend or a family member?  Wouldn’t you want to know CPR that would enable you to take immediate action that could mean the difference between saving a life or someone dying. 

The Greater Cleveland Safety Council will offer a Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, CPR Training Class with Automated External Defibrillator, AED familiarization to individuals who may need this training for their employment or for those who desire to learn and be certified with this worthwhile training.  Our CPR Classes teach the importance of both compressions and breaths for a greater chance of saving someone’s life.  

Included with this training package, we will provide a class in basic first-aid.   This class will cover injury assessments, soft tissue injuries, muscle and bone injuries, facial injuries, burns, poisoning, sudden illnesses and environmental emergencies. The goal of this training is to help people gain the knowledge, skills, and confidence necessary to manage a medical emergency until more advanced help arrives.  

Each student will receive all materials to facilitate his/her understanding of both training classes.  In the CPR Class, each person will have their own manikin to practice with and use for their test and certification.  Each student will also receive a barrier mask for his/her keychain that can be used when performing CPR that will help reduce the risk of exposure to potentially infectious body fluids.  Each student will also receive a First-Aid Guide Pocket-Pal for future reference.  All students who successfully complete these classes will receive certification cards valid for 2 years.  Light refreshments will be provided to the class.  The cost of the class is $89.  

Registration is required prior to the class. You can register for the class and pay online. The class size is limited to 24 people and a minimum of 10 people will be needed to conduct the class.

This Training Class Counts as One (1) Meeting Credit for the BWC's Safety Council Rebate Program


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The Greater Cleveland Safety Council "Your Safety...Our Concern"
Aug
15
11:20 AM11:20

The Greater Cleveland Safety Council "Your Safety...Our Concern"

With
Thomas Rabe
Executive Vice President
Greater Cleveland Safety Council

August 15, 2018
Brennan’s Party Center
13000 Triskett Rd., Cleveland, Ohio 44111

There are 83 Safety Councils currently operating in the state of Ohio.  This is the largest concentration of Councils that exist in any state in the entire country.  One contributing factor in the growth of Safety Councils in Ohio is the BWC’s Safety Council Rebate Program.  Organizations that participate in this Program are required to belong to a Safety Council.  The BWC believes that the partnership between the Bureau and local Safety Councils is an important element in reinforcing safety with Ohio employers.  We can help assist your organization with your health and safety needs.  We are a full-service agency that can provide the help you need whether it’s just a little or a lot. 

Mr. Rabe will provide a little history about the origins of the organization and how it evolved into one of the oldest Safety Councils in the United States.  He will discuss the various training programs offered and how the Council can customize training to fit the needs of its clients.  He will explain how we work with the BMV and Juvenile Traffic Magistrates to provide remedial driving classes for both juveniles and adults. He will also discuss the requirements of the Safety Council Rebate Program.   

Thomas Rabe became the Executive Vice President of the Greater Cleveland Safety Council in August of 2004.  Prior to coming to the Safety Council, he worked at the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority for 30 years.  He held several positions at GCRTA from operations to safety including Director of Safety. He received a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Cleveland State University and he served in the U.S. Air Force at Headquarters of USAFE in Germany.

Reservations are required for this meeting.  All attendees must make their payment on or before the meeting, members cannot request to be invoiced.  Anyone making a reservation and do not attend without making a proper cancelation will be charged for the meeting.  This meeting qualifies as 1 of the 10 meetings that are required under the BWC’s Safety Council Rebate Program.    

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The Mental Health of Your Employees-How Does It Affect the Workplace
Jul
17
11:20 AM11:20

The Mental Health of Your Employees-How Does It Affect the Workplace

With

Renita C. Allen, MSSA, LISW-S

Director of Social Services & Director of the McGregor Training Collaborative McGregor

Each year millions of Americans face the reality of living with a mental illness.  One in 5 Americans is affected by mental health conditions.  Stigma is toxic to their mental health because it creates an environment of shame, fear and silence that prevents many people from seeking help and treatment.  The perception of mental illness won’t change unless we act to change it.  The National Alliance of Mental Illness, NAMI works to provide support, educate the public and advocate for policies that support people with mental illness and their families.   

Ms. Allen will discuss the relationship between employment and mental health.  Participants will be able to link stigma to employment barriers when diagnosed with a mental health condition.  Participants will gain knowledge of proven strategies and practices that support individuals’ employment.  She will dispel myths regarding individuals diagnosed with mental illness and their quality of work and identify how employers can assist individuals with Mental Health diagnoses to stay in the work force.

Renita C. Allen, MSSA, LISW-S is the Director of Social Services and Director of the McGregor Training Collaborative at McGregor, a comprehensive senior living community in Cleveland.  Ms. Allen has 36 years of progressive leadership experience in healthcare, behavioral health and mental health.  She is a consultant with NAMI of Greater Cleveland developing curriculums, presenting and conducting focus and psycho-educational groups.  Her career interests expand across the life cycle with 41 years of experience in providing comprehensive assessments, clinical interventions and treatment planning for individuals, families, groups and couples.

Reservations are required for this meeting. All attendees must make their payment on or before the meeting, members cannot request to be invoiced.  Anyone making a reservation and do not attend without making a proper cancelation will be charged for the meeting.  This meeting qualifies as 1 of the 10 meetings that are required under the BWC’s Safety Council Rebate Program.   

IMPORTANT – For your organization to receive credit for attending the meeting you must stay until the end.   If you leave early, your organization may not receive credit for the meeting.                    


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Closer Look @ Eye Protection
Jun
28
9:00 AM09:00

Closer Look @ Eye Protection

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Closer Look @ Eye Protection

A Review of the Requirements that Help Safeguard Employees in the Workplace

June 28, 2018

 9 to 11 a.m.

       Hanna Building – Room 1672

1422 Euclid Avenue

     $59 per person

Eye protection is protective gear for the eyes, which comes in many types depending upon the threat that is to be reduced.  The threats can be particles, light, wind blast, heat, sea spray or some type of ball or puck used in sports.  OSHA Regulations stipulate that an employer shall ensure that each affected employee uses appropriate eye or face protection when exposed to eye or face hazards from flying particles, molten metal, liquid chemicals, acids or caustic liquids, chemical gases or vapors, or potentially injurious light radiation.

 

This class will cover:

·         OSHA Regulation 29 CFR 1910.133 - Eye and Face Protection; a regulation containing requirements for providing, using and maintaining eye and face PPE in a sanitary and reliable condition

·         Discuss ANZI Z87.1 - Eye Protection Standard

·         Using the appropriate eye protection for the hazard

·         Best practices to safeguard employees

·         Review of various types of eye protection

·         Need for employee input regarding PPE selection

This class will count as a meeting credit for the BWC’s Safety Council Rebate Program.   


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Summer Outdoor Work Hazards & How to Keep Employees Who Work Outside Safe
Jun
14
11:20 AM11:20

Summer Outdoor Work Hazards & How to Keep Employees Who Work Outside Safe

With

Brenda Jacklitsch, PhD

Health Scientist with the Education & Informational Division

National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health

Summer outdoor work hazards such as the sun, insect bites and poisonous plants can create several problems for your employees.  Did you know a common denominator of the top ten most dangerous jobs in the U.S. is working outdoors?  In some types of work, danger is a part of the job description, but being outdoors daily lends itself to less obvious risks that still can have potentially deadly threats. 

 Ms. Jacklitsch will discuss the risks of sun exposure and heat stress; the exposure to infectious insects such as mosquitoes and ticks that have the potential to be carriers of devastating diseases, and venomous snakes and spiders.  Many workers may also be exposed to poisonous plants that may cause an allergic reaction.  There are numerous other hazards that outdoor workers may have to contend with depending on their job duties and the location of their jobsite.

 Brenda Jacklitsch was the lead project officer for the NIOSH Criteria for a Recommended Standard: Occupational Exposure to Heat and Hot Environments. In addition, she had developed a variety of educational materials related to outdoor worker hazards. Most recently, she was involved in the redesign and update of the OSHA-NIOSH Heat Safety Tool app, which calculates the heat index and provides recommendations for outdoor workers. Dr. Jacklitsch has a PhD in Health Education from the University of Cincinnati, and a Master’s in Epidemiology and a Bachelor’s in Biomedical Science from Texas A&M University.

Reservations are required for this meeting.   Register below and  you can chose to  pay online or pay at the door.  The cost for members is $22 and $27 for non-members.  For those who chose to pay at the door, you may pay only by cash or check; no credit cards will be accepted.  All attendees must make their payment on or before the meeting, members cannot request to be invoiced.  Anyone making a reservation and do not attend without making a proper cancelation will be charged for the meeting.  This meeting qualifies as 1 of the 10 meetings that are required under the BWC’s Safety Council Rebate Program.   

IMPORTANT – For your organization to receive credit for attending the meeting you must stay until the end.   If you leave early, your organization may not receive credit for the meeting.                    


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Closer Look @ Hand Safety
May
30
9:00 AM09:00

Closer Look @ Hand Safety

Our Hands are Vulnerable & Often Overlooked

Whether you’re a machine operator, lab technician, an office worker, or any kind of worker for that matter, your hands are one of your most important “instruments”.  Regarding hand injuries specifically, a study has shown that 70% of injured workers did not wear gloves and the remaining 30% wore gloves that were inadequate, damaged or wrong for the type of hazard being protected against. BLS reports that on-the-job hand injuries result in more than 1 million emergency room visits in the United States each year.  That’s 700,000 hand injuries that could have been prevented or reduced with proper hand protection.

Most hand injuries are preventable.  By recognizing hand hazards, following established safety guidelines, and using protective guards, shields, gloves and other personal protective devices as needed, you can save your hands from injury and yourself from unnecessary disability.

This class will cover:

·         Development of a proper hand-safety program

·         Hazard analysis

·         Awareness training

·         Assessment and periodic evaluation of the program

·         A representative from Grainger will show various types of gloves and hand safety PPE

If your organization is just starting to develop a hand safety program or if you are looking to improve an existing program, this session is right for you.

This Class will count as a meeting credit for the BWC's Safety Council Rebate Program.


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