Tuesday, April 25, 2023

 

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Registration Fees:
1 Session / 4 Hours (AM or PM) - Member: $190    Non-Member: $290
2 Sessions / 8 Hours (1 AM & 1 PM) - Member: $350    Non-Member: $550
8 Hour OSHA NFPA 70E Session - Member: $450     Non-Member: $650

**Lunch is included with all Wednesday session registrations**

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7:30 am - Registration opens


8:00 am - 12:00 noon (4 hour sessions)

  • AM-A: Advanced Ergonomic Workshop for the Safety Professional
    Kristin Hodge - Owner - Hinco, LLC - Lincoln, NE
    This workshop will give an intermediate-level education on the principles of ergonomics and how to identify and correct ergonomic problems using real-world manufacturing examples. With this information, safety directors will be better able to identify which job tasks in their facility may need ergonomic intervention, and in some cases, be able to correct it themself without needing to hire a trained ergonomist. 

  • AM-B:Successful Safety Management of a Large Maintenance Turnaround and Capital Projects
    •Tom Henning - Safety & Process Safety Manager
    •Jeremy Lee - Safety Specialist
    •Tyler Donovan - Process Safety Specialist

    East Dubuque Nitrogen - East Dubuque, IL
    This session will take attendees down the path of planning, execution, and auditing of safety and process safety objectives to maximize success through the life cycle of a large maintenance turnaround and large capital projects. East Dubuque completed a major capital project and maintenance turnaround in the fall of 2022, working over 200,000 man hours without a recordable injury. 

8:00 am - 5:00 pm (8 hour sessions)

  • 8HR-A: OSHA NFPA 70E Training
    Jason Wolf , CSP, CESCP - Manager, Safety Training - The ESCO Group - Marion, IA
    This course will cover the details of NFPA 70E – 2021 Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace.  This class is appropriate for those with responsibility for installation or maintenance of electrical systems, and others with responsibility for electrical safety.  

12:00 - 1:00 pm - Lunch (included for all Wednesday attendees)


1:00 - 5:00 pm (4 hour sessions)

  • PM-A: Safety Training That Doesn't Suck

    Ted Sommer - Principle Consultant - Riskill - Appleton, WI
    When looking at retention rates, researchers found that learners only retain 5% of the material presented through lecture but 75% when taught via hands-on participation. This course will share techniques that you can use to create inspiring, engaging, and meaningful training at your workplace. 

  • PM-B: Health and Safety Management System Execution Using Lean Methodology

    Craig Frederiksen - Safety Manager - John Deere Dubuque Works - Dubuque, IA
    Creating and/or executing a HSMS has no shortage of complexity. Success requires engagement from multiple resources across various functional areas within an organization. Lean tools and methodology can help provide a framework to create a vision and drive action in support of injury reduction, compliance improvement, cost management and cultural enhancement initiatives. This session will focus on using the strategic planning model of Hoshin Kanri to reduce complexity and increase visibility/accountability in a HSMS. Additionally, there will be an introduction to complementary tools such as leader standard work, A3 problem solving, Gemba, and EMDS (enterprise management development system). Finally, there will be real examples leveraged demonstrating how these lean principles can integrate into an existing HSMS or help create one.

     




Session selection required at time of registration.  CLASS SIZE IS LIMITED.