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Iowa-Illinois Safety Council's
62nd Professional Development Conference & Expo
Grand River Center / Grand Harbor Resort & Waterpark - Dubuque, Iowa
YOU Have the Ability to Acknowledge YOUR Organization's Excellence in Safety
The Hazard Control Recognition Award, the President's Award, and the Community Enrichment Award applications submission date is NOW OPEN. The awards applications submission date opened on November 1st and remains open through January 31, 2015.
It is time to take full advantage of YOUR Iowa-Illinois Safety Council MEMBER ONLY Safety Awards Program. IISC member organizations are provided with an exceptional safety awards program to recognize SAFETY-MINDED organizations and the people responsible for delivering on SAFETY everyday.
The Hazard Control Recognition Award and the President's Award both offer an excellent avenue to encourage employees in their efforts with reducing hazards in the workplace. In addition, the Community Enrichment Award recognizes one member organization for outstanding efforts within the community in the areas of safety, health, and environmental projects. All Community Enrichment Award applicants are recognized and one member company will receive the Community Enrichment Award.
For more information on how to apply click here.
The best part of waking up,
is SAFETY in your cup!
Please join us for Iowa-Illinois Safety Council's Des Moines area breakfast group. This is a networking opportunity for members to learn about the latest in safety, health, and environmental issues.
February 18, 2015 | 7:30 - 9:00 am
Hilton Garden Inn
8600 Northpark Drive, Johnston, IA 50131
Registration: $25 per person
Special Guest Speakers:
"The Safety Professional: From Job, to Career, to Legacy"
- R.W. Smith - Loss Control Consultant - Holmes Murphy
- Josh Jacobsen - Loss Control Consultant - Holmes Murphy
April 7-9, 2015 in Des Moines, IA
Instructed by David Langlois - President of Langlois, Weigand & Associates, this three-day course is designed to prepare individuals for the Comprehensive Examination leading to certification as a CSP. Participants have successfully passed the Fundamentals Examination, or were exempt because of another certification acceptable to the BCSP such as CIH or GSP. The course covers all three areas of the exam. The course consists of lectures, sample problems, and discussions on a variety of subjects to prepare the student for the exam. Pertinent reference materials are also discussed to allow students to focus their studies in specific areas prior to sitting for the exam.
For more complete information or to register online - click here.
In this video from our "Don't Be A Dummy" Series, our workplace "dummies" show viewers just how easily accidents can happen. But accidents don't just happen to dummies, they happen to real workers with families, like your employees. This comprehensive orientation program covers sixteen specific training topics essential for new hires while stressing the importance of development of a good safety attitude. Topics include: Lockout/Tagout, Electrical Safety, Power Tools, Warning Signs, Good Housekeeping, Emergency Plans, PPE, and Working Around Machinery.
Don't be a Dummy About Industrial Safety
Item #3373 - 19 minutes
Make sure you have signed up with an account via the Member's Only Page to get the IISC rental rate!
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