Events

Event Date Event Description
September 20, 2017 - 11:30am September Regular Meeting at Tangier's - Cost $17.00

Active Shooter...Are You Prepared?

Chad Cunningham ~ Curriculum Manager and National Trainer - ALICE Training Institute

Businesses are vulnerable to the potential aftermath of an active shooter, aggressive intruder or mass shooting event. To meet OSHA’s General Duty Clause, each company should be prepared to protect their employees from potential workplace violence should they occur. Join us as we welcome Chad back to SCSC. Chad's presentation will:

  • Identify how ALICE Strategies will work in your organization
  • Explain ALiCE blended model and how it’s going to save lives
  • Explain the need for options based response strategies to Violent Critical Incidents

 

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October 18, 2017 - 11:30am October Regular Meeting at Tangier's - Cost $17.00

Fire: What To Do Before, During and After

Jamie Snyder ~ Fire Safety Inspector - Code Enforcement Bureau Ohio Fire Marshal's Office

Preparedness is the important key in all crises, but being prepared doesn’t always equate to prevention. However, in some cases, as in fire safety, preparations can prevent fires and can most certainly save lives in cases where a fire hazard is somehow overlooked. Knowing what to do in case of a fire can also be beneficial in cases where you are at work, at the grocery store, or in other buildings which may have faulty fire prevention systems in place.

Takeaways:

  • Learn to prepare, prevent and anticipate fires
  • How to react to a fire and work with the fire department
  • What will you do after a fire
November 15, 2017 - 11:30am November Regular Meeting at Tangier's - Cost $17.00

BWC Special Investigations Department Overview

Phil Brickman ~ Special Agent in Charge, NE Ohio

The Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) Special Investigations Department (SID) aggressively pursues cases of claims fraud, medical provider fraud and premium fraud. As a result of theirinvestigations, the department declares overpayments, identifies actuarial savings, disallows claims, pursues prosecutions and recovers dollars — all of which directly impact the effectiveness BWC experiences in decreasing premium costs. This presentation will include:

  • What types of investigations does the BWC SID take on?
  • What are the most common schemes?
  • What makes a quality referral for investigation?
December 20, 2017 - 11:30am December Regular Meeting at Tangier's - Cost $17.00

Brad Hurtig

Presentation Overview: (from Brad)

Most everyone agrees that safety is important. After working a full day, everyone wants to go home safe. Even though there might be times where some of us feel safety can be annoying and frustrating. Having to do things in specific ways while safe procedures add extra steps and processes to a project. But I can tell you from first-hand experience that safety doesn’t hurt, accidents do.
  1. I’ll be sharing the events of my accident: How/why it happened
  2. The things I’ve learned from my accident: Safety equipment can fail you, Take Time To Think, Communicate
  3. Finding A Way: Life can knock us down. How will you respond?
Through personal stories, I will illustrate that we must Adapt and Persevere