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Presented by the Minnesota Safety Council minnesotasafetycouncil.orgCONFERENCELiveSAFEDriveSAFEWorkSAFE May 35, 2016MINNEAPOLIS CONVENTION CENTER1301 SECOND AVENUE SOUTHSAFETY& HEALTH MINNESOTA82nd AnnualImage Allen Zumach, St. Paul, MNMAJOR SPONSORSThe Eddy Family FoundationADDITIONAL SPONSORSJ.J. KellerMalmborgs Garden Center and GreenhouseMancommMinnesota Chamber of Commerce LiveSAFEDriveSAFEWorkSAFEMINNESOTA SAFETY & HEALTH CONFERENCEPRESENTING SPONSORSPhilips HealthcareSOS Technologies Totally ChocolateMinnesota Power an ALLETE CompanyAndersen CorporationOtter Tail Power CompanyXcel EnergySFM CompaniesAAACenterPoint EnergySanford HealthDRIVE SAFE | WORK SAFE | LIVE SAFE 3M CSAFETY@MNSafetyCouncilMNSafetyCouncilHILTON MINNEAPOLIS 1001 Marquette Avenue South Minneapolis, MN 55403 Phone: 612-376-1000 ROOM RATES Single or double room: $150; additional person: $20; tax: 13.40% ONLINE RESERVATIONS Visit https://resweb.passkey.com/go/2016MSH PHONE RESERVATIONS Call 1-888-933-5363 and reference the conference group code: mnsAll reservations must be received by the hotel no later than 5:00 p.m. on April 5, 2016. Any reservation requests received after this date will be subject to hotel availability. Full conference brochure available online at: minnesotasfetycouncil.org/ conf (printed copies available at the conference only we are saving trees and being sustainable!) Register online or see page 5. Pick up name badges and luncheon tickets on-site only. You will not receive a packet in the mail prior to the conference. Registration desk will open at 7:00 a.m. each day. Expanded content more than 75 sessions featuring leading experts and practitioners from all over the country, selected not only for their knowledge, but also their skill in engaging and energizing attendees, including Deborah A.P. Hersman, President & CEO, National Safety Council. New Exhibit Hall hours: Tuesday, May 3, and Wednesday, May 4, 7:30 a.m. 2:00 p.m. more than 135 exhibitors who know about safety and health regulations and issues, and how their services can help you make your programs work. Meet the Experts in Booth 119 Stop by and get your questions answered! See page 23 for details. BIG THIS YEAR . . . we are expanding our app to put conference information at your fingertips. Stay tuned for details!M CSAFETYPAUL W. AASEN President, Minnesota Safety CouncilThe 82nd annual Minnesota Safety and Health Conference is here! Three days, 1400+ participants, more than 100 speakers and trainers, 135 vendors and exhibitors, Governors Safety Awards . . . all wrapped into the Minneapolis Convention Center for one purpose . . . to make you, your company, your community and your state a safer place to work, drive and live!Are you a veteran safety professional? Catch up on the latest information and equipment plus network with your peers.Are you new to the safety profession? Start collecting your certifications by attending the training sessions.Maybe youre the Human Resources Director who just got handed the safety program? Complete the Basic Workplace Safety Certificate it could be just the information you need.Do you drive? Does anyone at your company drive? From distracted driving to motorcycle safety, we have driving covered.Anything else? The app is back! We will have an updated and improved app for the conference. The app is the best way to track sessions and get all the session information and presentations. The full conference brochure is online, linked from minnesotasafetycouncil.org/conf. Please check it out. The full program will also be available at the conference.All of you work very hard to keep others and yourself safe. Thank you for your dedication and I look forward to seeing you at the conference!If you need to know something about safety, this Conference is for you!PRESENTED BY THE MINNESOTA SAFETY COUNCIL | minnesotasafetycouncil.org/confNew in 2016 Hotelhttp://www.minnesotasafetycouncil.org/conf/index.cfmhttp://www.minnesotasafetycouncil.org/conf/index.cfmhttps://resweb.passkey.com/go/2016MSH2016 MINNESOTA SAFETY & HEALTH CONFERENCE4attend for only $315 (Three-Day All-Conference) or $185 (One-Day Registration).CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS (CEUs)Its easy to earn CEUs for every Minnesota Safety & Health Conference session you attend! Heres how: Complete and return the registration form and session checklist or register online. Make sure to sign up for all the sessions you will attend that require pre-registration. Stop by the registration desk at the end of each day to let our staff know which session(s) you attended and that youd like to receive CEUs for them. Your CEU certificates will arrive in the mail following the conference.CERTIFICATION MAINTENANCE POINTSABIH, CSP, CHMM and HRCIIf youre a Certified Safety Professional or a Certified Hazardous Materials Manager, you can earn .5 CEUs for each full day you attend educational sessions at the Minnesota Safety & Health Conference for a total of up to 1.25 CEUs. If youre a Certified Industrial Hygienist, check out www.abih.org or if youre a Human Resources professional, check www.hrci.org for information. To receive your points: Stop by the registration desk and let our staff know which sessions you attended. For submission instructions, contact the Board of Certified Safety Professionals at 217-359-9263, the Human Resources Certification Institute at 866-898-4724, the Institute of Hazardous Materials Management at 301-984-8969 or see the American Board of Industrial Hygiene website at www.abih.org.You can register in the lobby of the Minneapolis Convention Center (1301 Second Avenue South) beginning at 7:00 a.m. each morning of the conference. BUT why not register online or by mail, phone or fax before April 5? Youll save big dollars, you wont have to stand in line, and youll help us plan for a smoother conference experience just for you! IMPORTANT REGISTRATION NOTES There are no refunds after APRIL 5, 2016. Payment is required with registration. Full-time students and retired persons may attend conference sessions at no charge if preregistered. (Luncheon tickets extra)REMINDER: PICK UP PACKET ON-SITE ONLY Conference receipts will be e-mailed. All name badges and luncheon tickets will be distributed on-site in the lobby of the Minneapolis Convention Center beginning at 7:00 a.m. each morning.SPECIAL GROUP PRICINGJoin the many organizations who think the Minnesota Safety & Health Conference is so important to their safety program that they send several of their employees (their safety committee, union safety representatives, key supervisory personnel, the whole safety staff)! The more people you send, the more you save!Heres the deal! Register two people from the same organization for the same type of ticket (see page 5 for ticket details). Register an unlimited number of additional people from the same organization for the same type of ticket and each additional person may May 35, 2016MINNEAPOLIS CONVENTION CENTER1301 SECOND AVENUE SOUTHTO REGISTER FOR THE 2016 CONFERENCE: REGISTER ONLINE OR COMPLETE the registration form and session checklist on pages 5 and 6. Mail or fax BOTH PAGES to the Minnesota Safety Council. QUESTIONS? Call 651-291-9150 / 800-444-9150; or e-mail us at msc@minnesotasafetycouncil.orgRegistrationhttp://imispublic.minnesotasafetycouncil.org/imispublic_imsc/Core/Events/eventdetails.aspx?iKey=CONF16&TemplateType=Amailto:msc@minnesotasafetycouncil.orghttp://www.abih.org/http://www.hrci.org/http://www.abih.org/DRIVE SAFE | WORK SAFE | LIVE SAFE 5 REGISTER ONLINE: minnesotasafetycouncil.org/conf (click Register Online)Please list names and titles of individual attendees and indicate which ticket number and date(s) attending. Attach additional list if needed. BONUS: Register two at the regular price for the same type of ticket and each additional person registered for that same type of ticket receives special group pricing!PAYMENT INFORMATION Check Enclosed (payable to Minnesota Safety Council) Credit Card: Visa MasterCard American ExpressCard # Name Signature Expiration Date Security Code Note: Payment MUST accompany conference registration. THERE ARE NO REFUNDS AFTER APRIL 5, 2016.Ticket 1 Three-Day All-Conference | May 35Includes admission to individual sessions all three days, and/or Basic Workplace Safety Certificate Series, plus lunch each day. Before 4/5 After 4/5Member $515 $615Nonmember $615 $715Group Discount $315 $415(Every attendee after the first two) Selected Amount $ Ticket 2 One-Day Registration | May 3 or May 4Includes admission to individual sessions on one day plus lunch. Before 4/5 After 4/5Member $255 $295Nonmember $285 $325Group Discount $185 $225(Every attendee after the first two) Selected Amount $ Ticket 3 Thursday Only Registration | May 5Includes admission to individual sessions on Thursday plus lunch. Before 4/5 After 4/5Member $175 $200Nonmember $195 $220Group Discount $140 $155(Every attendee after the first two) Selected Amount $ REGISTERONLINE | Fax (pages 5 & 6): 651-291-7584Mail (pages 5 & 6): Minnesota Safety Council 2016 Minnesota Safety & Health Conference 474 Concordia Avenue, Saint Paul, MN 55103 COMPANY INFORMATION Company Name Address City, State, Zip Phone E-mail**Required conference receipts will be e-mailedCONFERENCE ATTENDEES1 Name Title Ticket 1 Ticket 25/3 Ticket 25/4 Ticket 35/5 Please exclude my name from the Exhibitor Promotion List.2 Name Title Ticket 1 Ticket 25/3 Ticket 25/4 Ticket 35/5 Please exclude my name from the Exhibitor Promotion List.3 Name Title Ticket 1 Ticket 25/3 Ticket 25/4 Ticket 35/5 Please exclude my name from the Exhibitor Promotion List.4 Name Title Ticket 1 Ticket 25/3 Ticket 25/4 Ticket 35/5 Please exclude my name from the Exhibitor Promotion List.5 Name Title Ticket 1 Ticket 25/3 Ticket 25/4 Ticket 35/5 Please exclude my name from the Exhibitor Promotion List.6 Name Title Ticket 1 Ticket 25/3 Ticket 25/4 Ticket 35/5 Please exclude my name from the Exhibitor Promotion List.2016 Conference Registrationhttp://www.minnesotasafetycouncil.org/conf/index.cfmhttp://imispublic.minnesotasafetycouncil.org/imispublic_imsc/Core/Events/eventdetails.aspx?iKey=CONF16&TemplateType=A2016 MINNESOTA SAFETY & HEALTH CONFERENCE6TUESDAY, MAY 3EXHIBIT HALL OPEN 7:30 a.m.2:00 p.m.OPENING SESSION 8:009:00 a.m. Life Would Be Easy, If It Werent for Other People Connie Podesta, Keynote SpeakerALL-DAY SESSION 9:30 a.m.4:00 p.m. Introduction to Occupational Safety**HALF-DAY SESSIONS 9:4511:45 a.m. Auditing Your Health and Safety Management System* Qualitative Respirator Fit Testing, Hands-On Reality-Based Inclusion: Building Resilience and Bulletproofing for Success*CONCURRENT SESSIONS 9:4510:45 a.m. Leadership, Like Youve Never Seen It Before Promoting Home Safety Through Work Ergonomics: Trends and Whats New Drugs and Alcohol in the Workplace: The Road Ahead, Part I Ladder Safety and the New NIOSH App Minnesota in the Crystal Ball Active Shooter/Armed Intruder: Lessons Learned and UpdatesSESSIONS 11:15 a.m.12:15 p.m. Communicating Across the Generations at Work Big Data and Leadership Engagement How to Complete a Security Assessment Drugs and Alcohol in the Workplace: The Road Ahead, Part II OSHA Inspection Update Five Steps to Improve Ergonomics in the Office 6 Simple Tools to Prove Value, Gain Cooperation and Save Lives OSHA/HAZCOM: MNOSHA/RTK Compliance Directives You Need to KnowNETWORKING LUNCHEON 11:45 a.m.2:00 p.m.TOURS Surly Brewing* FULL MnDOT Regional Transportation Management Center* 3M Customer Innovation Center* Minneapolis Convention Center Sustainability/Green Tour*HALF-DAY SESSIONS 1:004:00 p.m. Confined Space Entry in Construction* Advanced Safety Training Techniques* Laser Safety Operator Training* Reality-Based Rules of the Workplace: The New Foundation for Boosting Employee Value, Driving Strategic Results and Fulfilling Organizational Missions*SESSIONS 2:003:30 p.m. Hearing Conservation Training* Predicting, Preventing and Eliminating: The Four Safety Truths from Your Inspections Identifying Cultural Hazards 4 Clues You Are Out of Balance NFPA 70E Electrical Safe Work Practices Five Mistakes Companies Make with Ergonomics Leadership: Its Not Just Positional, Its Personal Using Dogs to Minimize the Presence of Drugs and Contraband in the WorkplaceWEDNESDAY, MAY 4EXHIBIT HALL OPEN 7:30 a.m.2:00 p.m.OPENING SESSION 8:009:00 a.m. The Trust Edge, Part I David Horsager, Keynote SpeakerALL-DAY SESSIONS 9:30 a.m.4:00 p.m. Introduction to Occupational Health** Safety the Lean Way*HALF-DAY SESSIONS 9:4511:45 a.m. Safety Contacts: Caught You Doing Something Right! Occupational Fatigue: The Next BIG Issue Leadership for EHS Professionals* Managing Safety Resources: A Look at How Cities and Counties Implement Safety Programs Rescue Plans, Crisis Management Violence Prevention Planning and Implementation in the Hospital SettingCONCURRENT SESSIONS 9:4510:45 a.m. Touchstones for Inspired Leadership Forklifts Lifting Your Standards Behavior-Based Safety on a BudgetSESSIONS 11:15 a.m.12:15 p.m. Pills and Weed in the Workplace: Managing Injury Risks You, the Inspired MotivatorNETWORKING LUNCHEON 11:45 a.m.2:00 p.m. TOURS MnDOT Regional Transportation Management Center* Mall of America* Xcel Power Plant (Marshall Street)* Minneapolis Convention Center Sustainability/Green Tour*HALF-DAY SESSIONS 1:004:00 p.m. Look Out Below Dropped Object Prevention Active Shooter/Armed Intruder in Healthcare SettingsSESSIONS 2:003:30 p.m. Safety Management Systems: A Comparison A Culture of Safety: Panel Presentation The Trust Edge, Part II Poison Prevention: Tox 101 for Everyone Easy and Safe Rider De-escalation Techniques for Preventing Workplace Violence A Culture of Traffic Safety: Panel Presentation Is Your PSM Program Earthquake-Proof?THURSDAY, MAY 5OPENING SESSION 8:009:15 a.m. Miracles Are Made Deborah A.P. Hersman, President & CEO, National Safety CouncilALL-DAY SESSION 9:30 a.m.4:00 p.m. Introduction to Loss Control**HALF-DAY SESSIONS 9:3011:45 a.m. Legally Effective Incident Management Effective Electrical Safety Program Audits Workers Compensation/Return-To-Work Take Your Program to the Next Level S.A.V.E. Yourself Active Shooter TrainingCONCURRENT SESSIONS 9:3010:30 a.m. Protecting Temporary Workers: Whose Responsibility Is It? The Importance of Balance Are Your Employees Distracted Drivers? Roadside Safety Audits Are You Prepared? Aerial Lifts Raising Compliance to New Heights Sink or Swim: Thriving and Succeeding as a LeaderSESSIONS 10:4511:45 a.m. Life Cycle of a Safety Career: A Modern Path Prevention and Care of Back Injuries Productive Aging and Work Recommended Practices for Workforce Involvement Inside MNSTAR: A Panel Presentation Communicate Like a Champ: Influencing Up, Down and Across Your Organization82ND ANNUAL GOVERNORS SAFETY AWARDS LUNCHEON 11:45 a.m. Positive Intelligence Shirzad Chamine, New York Times Best-Selling Author Session Checklist The Exhibit Hall is open TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, 7:30AM2:00PMFor *limited class size and **Basic Safety Certificate courses pre-registration requiredDRIVE SAFE | WORK SAFE | LIVE SAFE 7CREDENTIALSEXPERIENCE LEVELS: [1] Fundamental, [2] Intermediate, [3] AdvancedTUESDAY, MAY 3 WEDNESDAY, MAY 4 THURSDAY, MAY 5Introduction to Occupational Health [1]9:30AM4:00PMPRESENTERS: Deborah Green, CIH, CHMM; Kevin Cairns, CIH, Applied Environmental Sciences, Inc., Minneapolis, MN Provides an overview of occupational health, hygiene principles and best practices.Includes: MNOSHA Health Standards, GHS, PELs and beyond! Understanding noise and hearing conservation Managing respiratory protection and PPE programs Medical services, first aid and emergency equipment Tips and resources for effective programs Limited to 90 people, pre-registration required.Introduction to Loss Control [1]9:30AM4:00PMPRESENTER: Jan Fedora, Workplace Safety Consultant, Minnesota Safety Council, St. Paul, MNLearn the basics of administering an effective loss control program.Includes: Accident investigation Machine guarding Lockout/Tagout Electrical safety Material handling Fire safety Inspections Limited to 90 people, pre-registration required.The Basic Workplace Safety Certificate is awarded by the Minnesota Safety Council and Minnesota OSHA for completing three courses covering the basics of administering an effective workplace safety and health program.Take one or all three of the courses at the 2016 Minnesota Safety & Health Conference you have up to two years to complete the series! Register on pages 5 and 6. WORKPLACE SAFETYCERTIFICATEBASICIntroduction to Occupational Safety [1]9:30AM4:00PMPRESENTER: Jan Fedora, Workplace Safety Consultant, Minnesota Safety Council, St. Paul, MNIf youre new to safety and health whether youre a manager, supervisor or member of the safety committee this all-day course is for you!Includes: Risk management Hazard identification and control Office and manufacturing ergonomics Emergency preparedness Limited to 90 people, pre-registration required.2016 MINNESOTA SAFETY & HEALTH CONFERENCE8EXPERIENCE LEVELS: [1] Fundamental, [2] Intermediate, [3] Advanced Qualitative Respirator Fit Testing, Hands-On [1]PRESENTERS: Jessica Hauge, CIH, CSP, Technical Service; Dawn Westin, CSP, CHMM, Technical Service, 3M Personal Safety Division, 3M, St. Paul, MNThis session will discuss respirator fit-testing: when it is required and how often it must be done. You will receive an overview of the standard, including federal updates, and learn how to conduct a qualitative fit test using the protocol described in the revised OSHA Respirator Standard 1910.134. Reality-Based Inclusion: Building Resilience and Bulletproofing for Success [All]PRESENTER: Nicole Price, Vice President of Training, Cy Wakeman, Inc., Elkhorn, NEOrganizations are working diligently to increase the levels of diversity in their workplaces because they understand that it plays a vital role in achieving successful results. It creates an opportunity for businesses to draw from a talent pool composed of the very best, regardless of demographics. While creating diverse teams will result in better outcomes, the journey can sometimes be more difficult for the employee who is the most different. Learn five key elements in building resilience through accountability. (Pre-registration required.) The use of this seal is not an endorsement by the HR Certification Institute of the quality of the program. It means that this program has met the HR Certification Institutes criteria to be preapproved for recertification credit.EXHIBIT HALL OPEN 7:30AM2:00PM ALL-DAY SESSION 9:30AM4:00PM Introduction to Occupational Safety [1] (see page 7)PRESENTER: Jan Fedora, Workplace Safety Consultant, Minnesota Safety Council, St. Paul, MNHALF-DAY SESSIONS 9:4511:45AMAuditing Your Health and Safety Management System [2]PRESENTER: Cynthia Braun, CSP, Occupational Health and Safety Consultant, Braun Safety Associates, LLC, Littleton, COHealth and safety management systems are based on international standards, expert consensus and good practices. Audits are a vital part of the management system process because they enable the company to check whether system achievements are meeting stated policies and objectives. When performed well, management system audits help companies to maintain quality assurance and safer working environments by eliminating, or better managing, health and safety hazards. Learn to identify effective audit techniques and skills, and improve current management system auditing methods. (Pre-registration required.)Life Would Be Easy, If It Werent for Other PeoplePRESENTER: Connie Podesta, CEO, Connie Podesta Presents, LLC, Plano, TXDifficult people? Move over! Crazy demands? Under control! Critical conversations? No problem! Imagine what you could accomplish if you could decode the mystery of human behavior and truly understand what makes people do what they do and say what they say (including yourself!) Research shows that the #1 key to SUCCESS is the ability to get along with other people at work and at home. Get ready for less stress and more success!TUESDAY, MAY 3 OPENING SESSION 8:009:00AMSPONSORED BY DRIVE SAFE | WORK SAFE | LIVE SAFE 9EXPERIENCE LEVELS: [1] Fundamental, [2] Intermediate, [3] AdvancedCONCURRENT SESSIONS 9:4510:45AMLeadership, Like Youve Never Seen It Before [All]PRESENTER: Connie Podesta, CEO, Connie Podesta Presents, LLC, Plano, TXIn a perfect world all employees would be high achieving, self-motivated, engaging, team players who see the big picture and always strive to do their best to get the job done on time without complaining. Bottom line: In the real world many employees simply meet expectations, lack initiative, bring their personal life to work, stress over every change and whine about having to WORK . . . on the job! Learn the attitudes, mindsets and strategies necessary to create a team thats willing, able and excited to get the job done THE RIGHT WAY!Promoting Home Safety Through Work [1]PRESENTER: Erin Petersen, Coordinator, Family Safety Programs, Minnesota Safety Council, St. Paul, MNAn off-the-job injury, either to an employee or a family member, can result in time lost from work as well as distraction, emotional and physical suffering. This session will provide an online tour of comprehensive materials, tools and resources available to help you begin or expand off-the-job safety efforts in your workplace.Ergonomics: Trends and Whats New [1]PRESENTER: Steve Gutmann, President, S.H. Gutmann Consulting, LLC, White Bear Lake, MNThere isnt an OSHA standard for ergonomics, so why are companies focusing so much on it? What are the incentives in a tight economy? This session will explore emerging ergo trends, both general and office-based issues, provide an update on current OSHA activity, and provide plenty of time for attendee questions.Drugs and Alcohol in the Workplace: The Road Ahead, Part I [2]PRESENTERS: Lt. Don Marose, SFST/DRE State Coordinator, Minnesota State Patrol, St. Paul, MN; Craig Trepanier, Attorney at Law, Trepanier MacGillis Battina P.A., Minneapolis, MN Drug and alcohol use among employees puts them (and other employees), the public and your company at great risk. By implementing policies and providing training you can help eliminate potential risk and liability. Learn about health, safety and work performance issues associated with drug and alcohol use among employees; recognition and identification techniques; tips for handling various scenarios and how traffic safety can be affected by this issue.Ladder Safety and the New NIOSH App [1]PRESENTER: William Stuart, MPH, CSP, Safety Consultant Principal, MNOSHA, Workplace Safety Consultation, St. Paul, MNThis session will address the major cause of ladder falls and discuss a NIOSH smart phone app that provides interactive and easy-to-use graphic oriented safety tools, checklists and guides for ladder users. Well also review features such as selection and inspection tools, which provide procedures to select the appropriate ladder for the task and a checklist for ladder inspection.Minnesota in the Crystal Ball [All]PRESENTER: Steve Hine, Director, BLS Cooperative Programs, Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development, St. Paul, MNHear about Minnesotas changing demographics as they relate to workforce diversity, the aging of Minnesotas population, regional changes, broad trends and potential safety implications. Well talk about what those trends could mean for business in Minnesota.Active Shooter/Armed Intruder: Lessons Learned and Updates [All]PRESENTER: Stefan Salmonson, PPS, President, PROtective Services, Inc., Mora, MNThis updated presentation briefly reviews basic concepts/observations, examines how to recognize suspicious indicators and includes discussion of possible motive and intent. Well also discuss defining imminent danger, de-escalation methods, benefits of security/risk assessments, survival options and due diligence considerations.SESSIONS 11:15AM12:15PMCommunicating Across the Generations at Work [All]PRESENTER: Kit Welchlin, President, Welchlin Communication Strategies, Minneapolis, MNRelationships are not a luxury. They are a necessity. Having a high degree of technical skills is not enough to ensure a successful career. A person must also possess a high degree of interpersonal communication competence. With four different generations converging upon the workplace, everyone needs to be equipped with practical strategies to deal with the differences. If youre a 28-year-old manager, how do you establish credibility without seeming arrogant? If the Baby Boomers have most of the good jobs in your organization, how do you keep your young people around? If you are significantly younger than everyone else on team, how do you get people to listen?TUESDAY, MAY 32016 MINNESOTA SAFETY & HEALTH CONFERENCE10EXPERIENCE LEVELS: [1] Fundamental, [2] Intermediate, [3] AdvancedTUESDAY, MAY 3Big Data and Leadership Engagement [2]PRESENTER: Chuck Pettinger, PhD, Process Change Leader, Predictive Solutions, Oakdale, PAMany companies have good safety cultures; few have great ones! Great cultures generally have strong leadership engagement. However, gaining leadership engagement can be difficult, or seemingly impossible. Securing true engagement at the upper levels of organizations requires safety leadership. If your leadership team is not walking the talk, your organization will never reach the next step in its cultural evolution. We will review a case study to help participants create leadership engagement through using big data from their safety intelligence and move their safety cultures from good to great.How to Complete a Security Assessment [2]PRESENTER: Stefan Salmonson, PPS, President, PROtective Services, Inc., Mora, MNISO or insurance requirements? What topics/areas should be reviewed? How best to document the process? What are the deliverables? Are there recognized standards? These questions and many others will be answered in this security assessment/ survey overview.Drugs and Alcohol in the Workplace: The Road Ahead, Part II [2]PRESENTERS: Lt. Don Marose, SFST/DRE State Coordinator, Minnesota State Patrol, St. Paul, MN; Craig Trepanier, Attorney at Law, Trepanier MacGillis Battina P.A., Minneapolis, MN In Minnesota, employer testing of job applicants and employees for drugs and alcohol is governed by the Minnesota Drug and Alcohol Workplace ACT (DATWA), Minn. Stat. 181.950-181.957. DATWA applies to all employers that conduct drug and alcohol testing of job applicants, employees or independent contractors in the state of Minnesota. This session will provide an overview of the elements an employer must require in their written testing policy before an employee or job applicant can undergo drug or alcohol testing. OSHA Inspection Update [All]PRESENTER: Nancy Zentgraf, Director, MNOSHA Training and Outreach, St. Paul, MNThis session will discuss how the inspection process works. It will cover all aspects of the process including how organizations are chosen for inspection, the different types and priorities of inspections, how an inspection is conducted, and the criteria for how citations and penalties are issued.Five Steps to Improve Ergonomics in the Office [1] [2]PRESENTER: Kent Hatcher, Director and Ergonomics Engineer, Humantech, Inc., Ann Arbor, MITodays office workplace is a challenging, ever-evolving environment. New technology, remote work and the increasing pace of business can have far-reaching effects on employee health and well-being. The hours you spend at a desk can take a toll on your health especially if your workspace isnt carefully designed.6 Simple Tools to Prove Value, Gain Cooperation and Save Lives [All]PRESENTER: Rodney Grieve, Owner, BRANTA Worldwide, Sacramento, CARodneys session is based on years of hands-on experience, observing the good, the bad and the ugly of safety management. Through facts, stories, humor and participant exercises, learn to think differently about your safety program. Come away with the tools to create immediate, positive change.OSHA/HAZCOM: MNOSHA/RTK Compliance Directives You Need to Know [All]PRESENTER: William Stuart, MPH, CSP, Safety Consultant Principal, MNOSHA, Workplace Safety Consultation, St. Paul, MNMinnesota OSHA adopted the revised Federal Hazard Communication Standard in September 2012. Most people can now recognize the GHS aspects of the standard. Youve probably trained all your employees and have been converting your existing program(s) to meet the compliance requirements, right? Are there aspects of your revised program that you might have missed? Come find out!NETWORKING LUNCHEON 11:45AM2:00PMSPONSORED BY: Sanford HealthDRIVE SAFE | WORK SAFE | LIVE SAFE 11TUESDAY, MAY 3TOURSSurly Brewing FULLJoin us for a tour of the Surly Brewing facility to see how they address issues such as confined spaces, lockout/tagout, atmospheric hazards, and chemical safety in an environment that blends the demands of a manufacturing facility with a highly visible public-facing component. (Limited space: pre-registration required.) MnDOT Regional Transportation Management CenterThe Regional Transportation Management Center is a state-of-the-art facility that provides the communication and computer infrastructure for the traffic management on metro freeways. It integrates MnDOTs Maintenance Dispatch and Freeway Operations and State Patrols metro-area 911 dispatch to provide a safer and more reliable commute on metro roadways. (Limited space: pre-registration required.)3M Customer Innovation CenterThe 3M Innovation Center is a fantastic account of 3Ms commitment to answering the needs of companies and consumers around the world. Take a tour and experience the magic of innovation. See, hear, feel and interact with the technology that has changed the way we live today. Specifically developed to demonstrate how uncommon connections can result in unique solutions, the 3M Innovation Center is here to inspire you and help your business develop innovative solutions. (Limited space: pre-registration required.) Minneapolis Convention Center Sustainability/ Green TourIn 2014, the Minneapolis Convention Center (MCC) made the exciting announcement that it had achieved level one certification to the ASTM Environmentally Sustainable Meeting Standard for venues. Join us for this exclusive back-of-house tour to learn how the MCC team developed its innovative approach to managing social and environmental responsibility. The tour will include front-of-house waste collection, staff program, water-saving initiatives, kitchen operation, energy saving upgrades and back-of-house waste centers. (Limited space: pre-registration required.) HALF-DAY SESSIONS 1:004:00PMConfined Space Entry in Construction [1]PRESENTER: Garry Kroft, CSP, MS, Senior Safety Consultant, S&N Consulting, LLC, Maple Grove, MNLearn about the new confined space entry requirements in construction. OSHA is adding a new subpart (subpart AA) to provide protections to employees working in confined spaces in construction. This new subpart replaces OSHAs single training requirement for confined space work with a comprehensive standard. It includes a permit program designed to protect employees from exposure to many hazards associated with work in confined spaces, including atmospheric and physical threats. Learn about the new hazards and requirements for employers. (Pre-registration required.)EXPERIENCE LEVELS: [1] Fundamental, [2] Intermediate, [3] AdvancedAdvanced Safety Training Techniques [1] [2]PRESENTER: Cynthia Braun, CSP, Occupational Health and Safety Consultant, Braun Safety Associates, LLC, Littleton, COFor those who dare . . . to be a better trainer! Your workers receive plenty of training, why not you . . . the trainer? Advanced Safety Training Techniques will help refresh and renew your training ideas, energy, platform skills and confidence. We invite you to become a facilitator of learning, not just a presenter. This powerful session is designed to help safety trainers tune up and polish their training skills. In this advanced session, we will review the basics of instruction: assessment, preparation, creating a positive learning environment, facilitating learning and evaluating learning. At the same time, youll learn new training tips and tools to make your presentations more effective, interesting and participative. (Pre-registration required.)Laser Safety Operator Training [1] [2]PRESENTER: Dick Charest, Faculty, Century College, White Bear Lake, MNIndustries that operate high-powered lasers are required to appoint a Laser Safety Officer (LSO) to ensure that safety regulations and safe work practices are followed by all workers. Various agencies have issued safety recommendations and regulations for the use of lasers in the workplace. This training is based on regulations as outlined in OSHA, ANSI Z136, CDRH Federal Laser Product Performance Standard (FLPPS), IEC 60825-1, NFPA Code 115 and NFPA Code 70. (Pre-registration required.) Reality-Based Rules of the Workplace: The New Foundation for Boosting Employee Value, Driving Strategic Results and Fulfilling Organizational Missions [2]PRESENTER: Nicole Price, Vice President of Training, Cy Wakeman, Inc., Elkhorn, NEOrganizational strategic plans are calling for talent to deliver aggressive agendas with limited resources in a whole new set of work realities. Its vital that leadership professionals adopt a new approach to ensure they are able to deliver on strategic goals of the organization. In this session, youll be introduced to a revolutionary new performance metric for quantifying employee value to the organization. (Pre-registration required.) The use of this seal is not an endorsement by the HR Certification Institute of the quality of the program. It means that this program has met the HR Certification Institutes criteria to be preapproved for recertification2016 MINNESOTA SAFETY & HEALTH CONFERENCE12SESSIONS 2:003:30PMHearing Conservation Training [2]PRESENTER: John Meitner, Senior Account Representative-Hearing Conservation, Detection Solutions, 3M Personal Safety Division, 3M, St. Paul, MN When it comes to protecting workers hearing, there is no one-size-fits-all solution. It requires accurate sound detection, the right hearing protection and validating hearing solutions. Learn the tools necessary for a successful hearing conservation program. This session meets annual OSHA/MSHA requirements. (Pre-registration required.)Predicting, Preventing and Eliminating: The Four Safety Truths from Your Inspections [2]PRESENTER: Chuck Pettinger, PhD, Process Change Leader, Predictive Solutions, Oakdale, PAMany companies search for true leading indicators. Organizations use inspections as leading indicators, however, they often fail to use this observation intelligence. This session will review our latest Safety Predictive Analytic research via a case study on over 120 million observations. It will provide ongoing research on the Four Safety Truths and other leading indicators to help predict, prevent and eliminate your next incident.Identifying Cultural Hazards 4 Clues You Are Out of Balance [All]PRESENTER: Rodney Grieve, Owner, BRANTA Worldwide, Sacramento, CATraditional health and safety risk assessments are focused on hazard identification, but what if the hazards are not physical or chemical? What if they are cultural? How can you identify cultural hazards that have a profound effect on safety, productivity, and quality? Learn the most effective methods to identify latent elements that signal a culture at risk and take away tools to help minimize these cultural pressures. Leave with a greater ability to identify the pitfalls in your own organizations safety program and the logic-based tools necessary to build an organization of balance and long-term success.2015 NFPA 70E Electrical Safe Work Practices [2]PRESENTER: Jon Clark, Account Manager, Electrical Risk Management, Faith Technologies, Appleton, WIOverview of compliance expectations aimed at OSHA recognition along with a review of the 2015 NFPA 70E standard. Learn what is required for an electrical safety program and the specific needs each company should have to be compliant.EXPERIENCE LEVELS: [1] Fundamental, [2] Intermediate, [3] AdvancedTUESDAY, MAY 3Five Mistakes Companies Make with Ergonomics [1] [2]PRESENTER: Kent Hatcher, Director and Ergonomics Engineer, Humantech, Ann Arbor, MIThis session will examine the five most common mistakes that can derail your ergonomics program management efforts, and will review some key elements of successful programs.Leadership: Its Not Just Positional, Its Personal [All]PRESENTER: Kit Welchlin, President, Welchlin Communication Strategies, Minneapolis, MNPosition power is the extent to which leaders have rewards, punishments and sanctions. Position power comes from the organization. Personal power is also the extent to which you can gain the confidence and trust of those people that youre attempting to influence. Its the cohesiveness or commitment between leaders and followers. The new leaders are communicators who build and sustain both positional and personal power.Using Dogs to Minimize the Presence of Drugs and Contraband in the Workplace [All]PRESENTER: Rich Shaffer, Territory Manager, Interquest Detection Canines of Minnesota, Duluth, MNChevy the safety dog and his handler, Rich Shaffer, will discuss proactive measures to address the discovery and presence of unwanted contraband in the workplace. Despite the common use of drug screening, a percentage of the workforce remains actively involved in drug use. More importantly, abuse of prescription medication and alcohol is approaching epidemic levels because these substances are legal. And finally, although concealed carry firearms may be legal in society, they may be prohibited in the workplace. Watch Chevy show off his drug and alcohol sniffing skills.EXHIBIT HALL OPEN 7:00AM2:00PM Youll find more than 135 exhibitors all in one place! with practical, economical solutions to make your safety program more effective. See page 21 for a list of 2016 Exhibitors. Stop at the Minnesota Safety Council membership area meet our staff, get your free t-shirt, check out training tools and much more! Visit the conference lounge for continental breakfast, luncheon desserts and refreshments on Tuesday and Wednesday. Its a great place to find a snack and to connect with LOTS of friendly folks just like you! Youll find great stuff throughout the Exhibit Hall. Those nifty giveaways arent always practical but they are always fun! And participate in the biggest give-away of all drawings after lunch for first-class door prizes. If you register for the conference, youre eligible to win!!Dont forget to visit the Exhibit Hall at the Minnesota Safety & Health Conference!Exhibits are open Tuesday, May 3 and Wednesday, May 4 from 7:30AM2:00PM BALLROOMAUDITORIUMROOM2ROOM1ROOM3MAINEXHIBIT HALLEXHIBIT HALL EXHIBIT HALL EXHIBIT HALLEDCBAB103 C103 B103 A103 D103 E103 F102 C101J101I101H101G101F101A101B101C101D101E102 B102 A102 D102 E102 FStageTDDStageShuttle/TaxisShuttle/BusesBallroom/Auditorium Loading AccessSkyway to Ivy, Hilton and Downtown HotelsSkyway to Millennium & Hyatt HotelsEast SkywayWest SkywayOutdoor Plaza/Underground ParkingGRANT STREETSECOND AVENUE SOUTH12 TH STREET SOUTHTHIRD AVENUE SOUTHLOADING DOCK & MARSHALLING YARDPARKINGFIRST AVENUE SOUTHAccess byElevator and Escalatorfrom Level 1Access byElevator and Escalatorfrom Level 1Emergency Exit CorridorEntrance EntranceEntranceEntranceUnisex Freight ElevatorAdmin.OfficeCafSeatingAreaBarEntranceLEVEL ONEIMAGE NOTTO SCALEREGISTRATION AREAS / PRE-FUNCTION SPACESAUDITORIUM / LOBBY B 23,770 sq. ft.LOBBIES C & E 9,648 sq. ft. (67 X 144) each lobbyLOBBY D 9,648 sq. ft. (83 X 144)BALLROOM LOBBY 18,145 sq. ft.CONVENTION CENTER: LEVEL ONEHALL DDRIVE SAFE | WORK SAFE | LIVE SAFE 13EXHIBIT HALL (HALL D)2016 MINNESOTA SAFETY & HEALTH CONFERENCE14EXPERIENCE LEVELS: [1] Fundamental, [2] Intermediate, [3] Advanced HALF-DAY SESSIONS 9:4511:45AMSafety Contacts: Caught You Doing Something Right! [All]PRESENTER: Tim Neubauer, Safety Director, Quality Specialist, Atema Inc., Chicago, ILThis presentation details an ongoing safety management concept called Safety Contacts. A Safety Contact is a conversation between employees. The process was designed from the ground up to be personal, one-on-one, behavior-encouraging, behavior-improving and most important, behavior-reinforcing. Learn why employees are most likely to repeat safe behaviors when they are regularly and positively recognized for them.Occupational Fatigue: The Next BIG Issue [All]PRESENTER: JoAnn Dankert, CHMM, CET, Senior Consultant, National Safety Council, Maricopa, AZFatigue is a pervasive problem in our society that adversely affects the quality and safety of our daily lives. At home and at work, fatigue-induced errors can have devastating consequences. Fatigue is a complex issue that should be discussed and managed.Leadership for EHS Professionals [2] PRESENTERS: Jim Cobb, Safety Consultant, Xcel Energy, Red Wing, MN; Jason Kunz, 3M Personal Safety Division, 3M, Minneapolis, MNUnderstanding key principles and building leadership skills are critical to achieving organizational and individual success. This session will focus on strengthening leadership skills and attributes critical to leading teams, programs and business. Group discussion will focus on key elements for increasing the leadership, communications and organizational alignment skills of the EHS professional at any point in their career. (Pre-registration required.)EXHIBIT HALL OPEN 7:30AM2:00PM ALL-DAY SESSIONS 9:30AM4:00PM Introduction to Occupational Health [1] (see page 7)PRESENTERS: Deb Green, CIH, CHMM; Kevin Cairns, CIH, Applied Environmental Sciences, Inc., Minneapolis, MN Safety the Lean Way [1]PRESENTER: Heather Humphries, Plant Safety Manager, Smithfield Foods, Kinston, NCGeared to the beginner, we will explore basic LEAN tools and the philosophies behind them to eliminate unnecessary effort, engage your workforce, and increase positive outcomes in your safety process. We will observe the impact of culture on successful implementation as well as the shortcomings of using a solely compliance-based philosophy. This highly interactive course will utilize hands-on activities, group collaboration, and real-world examples. You will leave with a LEAN starter kit that can be taken back to your workplace and implemented immediately. (Pre-registration required.)The Trust Edge, Part IPRESENTER: David Horsager Horsager Leadership, Inc., St. Paul, MNTrust is a fundamental, bottom line issue. Without it, leaders lose teams, salespeople lose sales, safe work practices are not followed and employees continue to get hurt. With trust, individuals and organizations enjoy greater creativity, productivity, freedom, safety and results. Through academic research and firsthand experience, David Horsager has learned what it takes to gain, and keep, The Trust Edge. Attendees will walk away with concrete steps they can immediately use to improve their lives, careers and safety records.WEDNESDAY, MAY 4 OPENING SESSION 8:009:00AMSPONSORED BY DRIVE SAFE | WORK SAFE | LIVE SAFE 15Managing Safety Resources: A Look at How Cities and Counties Implement Safety Programs [1]PRESENTERS: Tim Dahl, Risk Manager, Wright County, Buffalo, MN; Michael Tupy, Senior Administrative Manager, Workplace Safety Division, Hennepin County Facility Services, Minneapolis, MN; Jason Smitke, Safety Coordinator, City of Duluth, Duluth, MN; Moderator: Jan Fedora, Workplace Safety Consultant, Minnesota Safety Council, St. Paul, MNHear from various cities and counties that have implemented successful safety programs. The panel will discuss how their public entities and departments have planned and directed internal safety programs using the resources and budgets allotted each year.Rescue Plans, Crisis Management [All]PRESENTERS: Nancy Zentgraf, Director, MNOSHA Training and Outreach, St. Paul, MN; Delorah Curry, Organizational Development, Minnesota Department of Transportation, St. Paul, MN; Rick Kranz, Safety Manager, Mortenson Construction, Minneapolis, MN; Jennifer Hume-Jorgenson, Safety Engineer, Mortenson Construction, Minneapolis, MNHow do you plan for an emergency or a rescue? What do you do after someone is hurt? What is crisis management and how is it applied? This session will take an in-depth look at what needs to be done to have effective emergency and rescue plans, as well as a crisis management system if something does occur.Violence Prevention Planning and Implementation in the Hospital Setting [2] [3]PRESENTERS: Mike Mock, Security Manager, St. Lukes Hospital and Clinics, Duluth, MN; Erin Metzger, RN, Outpatient Mental Health Services Manager, St. Lukes Hospital and Clinics, Duluth, MN; Vikki Sanders, Safety Consultant Principal, Workplace Consultation, MNOSHA, St. Paul, MN; Rachel Jokela, Adverse Health Events Director, Minnesota Department of Health, St. Paul, MNNewly enacted legislation amends hospital licensing requirements to include designing and implementing preparedness and incident response plans for acts of violence that occur on site, as well as providing training to staff. Well review those requirements followed by an overview of the violence prevention program at St. Lukes Hospital in Duluth. St. Lukes Hospital uses a multi-tiered approach to violence prevention. This includes staff education and training, resources to flag and identify risks, rapid communication capabilities between all involved departments, and security infrastructure. A roundtable discussion will follow the presentations.CONCURRENT SESSIONS 9:4510:45AMTouchstones for Inspired Leadership [1]PRESENTER: Ken Betterton, CEO, Bet-On Leadership, Inc., New Prague, MNNinety percent of what we do as leaders is the people stuff, yet it often receives the least amount of education and awareness. This session will review 13 points to drive successful leadership and development of those they serve.Forklifts Lifting Your Standards [1]PRESENTER: Bill Schreiner, Workplace Safety Consultant, Minnesota Safety Council, St. Paul, MNHalf the cost of doing business in America involves moving materials and various types of forklifts are the center of the action. This session covers the 1910.178 standard for powered industrial trucks that applies to both general industry and construction, including training, inspection and operational requirements.Behavior-Based Safety on a Budget [1] [2]PRESENTER: Kara Sime, Human Capital Director, Agropur Inc., St. Paul, MNCome see how one mid-sized company customized and rolled-out a behavioral-based safety program. Find out how they did it, how much they spent, what resources were available to them and how you might be able to do it yourself.SESSIONS 11:15AM12:15PMPills and Weed in the Workplace: Managing Injury Risks [2]PRESENTER: Kathy Bray, Senior Defense Counsel, Lynn, Scharfenberg & Hollick, Bloomington, MNLearn how to manage injury or re-injury concerns with prescription drug use in the workplace, without running afoul of disability discrimination laws. An update on Minnesotas medical marijuana law and its implications for workers compensation will also be covered.You, the Inspired Motivator [All]PRESENTER: Ken Betterton, CEO, Bet-On Leadership, Inc., New Prague, MNMotivation is one of the most misunderstood and elusive of all behaviors. There is no magic wand or secret formula. You must know the most influential factor is you. During this session you will receive guidance necessary to enter a deeper understanding of self, encouragement to look at your personal strengths, goals and vision, and will learn the eight-step model to motivate others. WEDNESDAY, MAY 4EXPERIENCE LEVELS: [1] Fundamental, [2] Intermediate, [3] Advanced2016 MINNESOTA SAFETY & HEALTH CONFERENCE16NETWORKING LUNCHEON 11:45AM2:00PMSPONSORED BY: Xcel EnergyTOURSMnDOT Regional Transportation Management CenterThe Regional Transportation Management Center is a state-of-the-art facility that provides the communication and computer infrastructure for traffic management on metro freeways. It integrates MnDOTs Maintenance Dispatch and Freeway Operations and State Patrols metro-area 911 dispatch to provide a safer and more reliable commute on metro roadways. (Limited space: pre-registration required.)Mall of AmericaTour the security department of one of the most recognized destinations in the country. Learn about the security staff and its extensive training program. The tour will include meeting the K9 Unit and the Training Department. Also includes a tour of the loading dock and the waste and recycling area that services the 4.87 million square feet (and growing!) building. (Limited space: pre-registration required.)Xcel Power Plant (Marshall Street)Riverside Generating Plant is a combined cycle natural gas plant that was converted from a coal plant in 2009. It is the longest continuously operating fossil fuel plant in the United States. The tour will consist of a short presentation about the business and technology of generating electricity followed by a tour of the facility. The tour will include some artifacts from the plants past, a look at the repowered coal generator and the new combustion turbines. (Limited space: pre-registration required.)Minneapolis Convention Center Sustainability/ Green TourIn 2014, the Minneapolis Convention Center (MCC) made the exciting announcement that it had achieved level one certification to the ASTM Environmentally Sustainable Meeting Standard for venues. Join us for this exclusive back-of-house tour to learn how the MCC team developed its innovative approach to managing social and environmental responsibility. The tour will include front-of-house waste collection, staff program, water-saving initiatives, kitchen operation, energy saving upgrades and back-of-house waste centers. (Limited space: pre-registration required.) HALF-DAY SESSIONS 1:004:00PMLook Out Below Dropped Object Prevention [2]PRESENTERS: Abby Ferri, CSP, CEO, The Ferri Group LLC, Minneapolis, MN; Nate Bohmbach, Senior Product Manager, Ergodyne, St. Paul, MNThis session discusses the hazards of dropped objects in multiple industries, including construction, manufacturing, food processing, telecommunications, oil and gas. Learn to understand the hierarchy of controls related to objects at height (O@H) to prevent worker injury. Well also discuss the selection of appropriate equipment to prevent dropped O@H and how to use them, including how to create a tool inventory log, introduction to solutions like tool tethers and hands-on instruction on installation of O@H solutions. Includes introduction to inspection techniques for O@H solutions used at a worksite as well as tools for evaluation of a worksite for O@H hazards.Active Shooter/Armed Intruder in Healthcare Settings [All]PRESENTER: Mike Marturano, Safety Officer and Emergency Manager, St. Lukes Hospital and Clinics, Duluth, MNThis presentation will help the healthcare worker prepare for an active shooter/armed intruder in a healthcare facility. It will be a very frank presentation as this is a topic that has to be presented as realistically as possible to help prepare the healthcare worker for what they will be able to do in this situation.SESSIONS 2:003:30PMSafety Management Systems: A Comparison [2]PRESENTERS: JoAnn Dankert, CHMM, CET, Senior Consultant, National Safety Council, Maricopa, AZ; Tim Neubauer, Safety Director, Atema, Chicago, ILWith the proposed implementation of ISO 45001 Occupational Safety Management Systems in 2016, now is a good time to review safety management systems from a historical perspective. This session will compare and contrast the several systems so you can identify the best SMS for your employer. Well discuss occupational health and safety management systems/international organization for standardization (OHSAS/ISO) 18001 (2007), American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Z10 (2012), OSHAs injury and illness prevention program (12P2), and the National Safety Councils Nine Elements.EXPERIENCE LEVELS: [1] Fundamental, [2] Intermediate, [3] AdvancedWEDNESDAY, MAY 4DRIVE SAFE | WORK SAFE | LIVE SAFE 17A Culture of Safety: Panel Presentation [All]PRESENTERS: Mark Koetke, CSP, CIH, EHS Manager, Seagate Technology, Shakopee, MN; Dean Murray, EHS Engineer, Gemini, Inc., Cannon Falls, MN; Jay Block, Safety Professional, Oscar J. Boldt Construction, Cloquet, MN; Moderator: Jan Fedora, Workplace Safety Consultant, Minnesota Safety Council, St. Paul, MNHow do you get everyone working safely every day? A company culture that supports and rewards safety will save in workers compensation costs and provide a more engaged workforce. Learn how to build an effective safety program and ultimately reduce employee turnover. Hear from this experienced panel about the efforts that are really paying off. The Trust Edge, Part II [All]PRESENTER: David Horsager, Horsager Leadership, Inc., St. Paul, MNLearn the final four pillars of top leaders and organizations. David will continue sharing key ideas and takeaways that can be used right away to help develop safer workplaces and build trust with employees, vendors and key stakeholders.Poison Prevention: Tox 101 for Everyone [All]PRESENTER: Kirk Hughes, RN, EMT, CSPI, Education Director/Poison Specialist, Minnesota Poison Control System, Minneapolis, MNLearn the latest trends in poisonings, including prescription drug abuse and street drugs, risk factors for children, the regions outdoor poisons, and poison prevention techniques for work and at home. Attendees will gain the knowledge and tools to reduce poisoning exposures occurring in your home and community and learn about resources available through the Minnesota Poison Control System. A free Poison Prevention Toolkit and education materials will be provided to aid in educating your family, co-workers and community.Easy and Safe Rider [All]PRESENTER: Bill Shaffer, Motorcycle Safety Coordinator, Minnesota Department of Public Safety, St. Paul, MNTraining is often viewed as a foundational safety benchmark that benefits only new motorcycle riders. Learn what training initiatives hold promise for improving motorcycle safety for riders of all experience levels.De-escalation Techniques for Preventing Workplace Violence [All]PRESENTER: Vikki Sanders, Safety Consultant Principal, Workplace Consultation, MNOSHA, St. Paul, MNAre you prepared to handle incidents of workplace violence if they occur in your place of business? Do you have a plan in place to protect your workers? If you are not proactive you are gambling with your employees welfare and lives. Understand early warning signs of workplace violence and how to prepare a plan for the facility, team workers and individual employees. Learn about the four categories of workplace violence and best practices to protect your business and employees with simple de-escalation techniques.A Culture of Traffic Safety: Panel Presentation [All]PRESENTERS: Mark Hovey, EHS Specialist, Hennepin County, Medina, MN; Chuck Jensen, Loss Control Manager, Conexus Energy, Ramsey, MN; Tim Gangnon, Assistant Manager/Loss Prevention, Metropolitan Airports Commission, Minneapolis, MN; John Olin, Regional Environmental Health and Safety Manager, Comcast Cable, St. Paul, MN; Moderator: Lisa Kons, Continuing Education Coordinator and Minnesota Network of Employers for Traffic Safety, Minnesota Safety Council, St. Paul, MNTraffic crashes kill employees. They are the number one cause of worker deaths and the most costly workers compensation injury by cause. Learn from employers firsthand about their experiences in developing and implementing workplace traffic safety programs.Process Safety Management: Is Your PSM Program Earthquake-Proof?PRESENTER: Arlyn Poppen, CSP, Principal Consultant, Practical Process Safety, LLC, Eagan, MNLike other critical business systems, PSM needs to survive as your business moves and shakes with the march of time. Is your PSM program robust enough to survive? This presentation will provide information to assess the stability of the key pillars of your PSM structure. You will learn what makes a PSM program sustainable, the ingredients needed for a stable foundation and strong pillars (robust key PSM elements) to support your PSM program, and assure that it is both effective and sustainable through the ages. If your facility is covered by the OSHA PSM Standard, you wont want to miss this presentation! WEDNESDAY, MAY 4EXPERIENCE LEVELS: [1] Fundamental, [2] Intermediate, [3] AdvancedCONNECT WITH USMNSafetyCouncil MNSafetyCouncil@MNSafetyCouncil | #MNSafetyConf16https://www.facebook.com/MNSafetyCouncilhttps://twitter.com/MNSafetyCouncilhttps://www.linkedin.com/company/minnesota-safety-council-inc-2016 MINNESOTA SAFETY & HEALTH CONFERENCE18THURSDAY, MAY 5 OPENING SESSION 8:009:15AMEXPERIENCE LEVELS: [1] Fundamental, [2] Intermediate, [3] Advanced Workers Compensation/Return-To-Work Take Your Program to the Next Level [2]PRESENTERS: Beth Giebel, Senior Defense Counsel, SFM Mutual Insurance Company, St. Paul, MN; Judy Christopherson, Human Resources Director, Jones Harrison Residence, Minneapolis, MN; Moderator: Luke Sammon, Risk Consultant, SFM Mutual Insurance Company, St. Paul, MNThis panel will share their knowledge and innovative strategies regarding workers compensation and return-to-work programs. If you have responsibility for your companys safety program, supervisor training, injury reporting process and/or return-to-work program, this session is for you.S.A.V.E. Yourself Active Shooter Training [All]PRESENTER: Chad Sheehan, Sheehan Strategic Solution, LLC, Sioux City, IAThis session will educate and train you to recognize and survive workplace violence. Learn how this specialized training will empower you, your supervisors and your employees to recognize and manage warning signs and when needed, to make decisions that will increase your chances of surviving a violent encounter.ALL-DAY SESSION 9:30AM4:00PM Introduction to Loss Control [1] (see page 7)PRESENTER: Jan Fedora, Workplace Safety Consultant, Minnesota Safety Council, St. Paul, MNHALF-DAY SESSIONS 9:3011:45AMLegally Effective Incident Management [2] [3]PRESENTER: Adele Abrams, Esq., CMSP, Law Office of Adele L. Abrams PC, Beltsville, MDWhen bad things happen to a good company, will you be ready to respond? This session will address the revised OSHA/MSHA incident reporting requirements, how to notify the government and prepare an RRI letter without self-incrimination, what to do if OSHA/MSHA come to investigate, strategies for effective root cause incident investigation, crisis management planning, and issues associated with use of expert witnesses, criminal prosecution exposure avoidance, legal privilege issues, and responding to government document requests.Effective Electrical Safety Program Audits [2] [3]PRESENTER: Lee Marchessault, CUSA, President, Workplace Safety Solutions, Inc., Williston, VTLearn techniques to ensure that your company has an effective electrical safety program. Topics include hazard assessments, electrical system controls, procedures for safe work practices and personal protective equipment requirements. Case study photos will identify hazards and regulatory violations, along with associated mitigation factors. Audit worksheets and a sample written program based on the 2015 NFPA 70E will be provided.Miracles are MadePRESENTER: Deborah A.P. Hersman President and CEO, National Safety Council, Itasca, ILIn our profession, we know weve done our jobs well when nothing happens. We know it takes a lot of work, planning and preparation to ensure the absence of injury and harm. From safety training to emergency preparedness to building safety-minded cultures, hear from National Safety Council President Deborah Hersman on how safety and human resource professionals are making miracles every day. DRIVE SAFE | WORK SAFE | LIVE SAFE 19THURSDAY, MAY 5EXPERIENCE LEVELS: [1] Fundamental, [2] Intermediate, [3] AdvancedCONCURRENT SESSIONS 9:3010:30AMProtecting Temporary Workers: Whose Responsibility Is It? [2] [3]PRESENTERS: Vicki Fisher, EHS and Training Manager, Shutterfly, Redwood City, CA; Paul Gilliam, CSP, Vice President, Montu Staffing Solutions, St. Paul, MN; Susan Gotham, President, Gotham Professional, Chicago, IL; Moderator: Dave Ferkul, Supervisor, Workplace Consultation, MNOSHA, St. Paul/Duluth, MNTemporary workers continue to be relied upon more than ever, but this increased demand can also bring added risk to these workers when they are not properly prepared for the work assigned. Both staffing and host employers must accept a shared responsibility for temporary worker safety, recognizing and planning for challenges in preparing these workers, to better protect this vulnerable work force.The Importance of Balance [All]PRESENTER: Jay Tapper, President, ActivEdge, LLC, Superior, WILearning balance exercises to prevent slips, falls and improve human performance is not all you will gain in this session. Physiological factors and environmental factors also affect balance in our everyday lives. Who will benefit from balance training? Everyone!Are Your Employees Distracted Drivers? [All]PRESENTER: Lt. Don Marose, SFST/DRE State Coordinator, Minnesota State Patrol, St. Paul, MNWhile distracted driving isnt a new issue, there are new aspects and trends that are important for safety professionals to know. Learn about a multifaceted approach in education efforts involving businesses, the community and law enforcement to help reduce distracted driving on our roadways. Roadside Safety Audits Are You Prepared? [1] [2]PRESENTER: Lt. Michael Wayne, Commercial Motor Vehicle Section, Minnesota State Patrol, Mendota Heights, MNOver the past few years there have been many changes in state and federal regulations that apply to those who deliver goods and provide transportation services in Minnesota. Learn how to prepare your vehicle to avoid a roadside audit.Aerial Lifts Raising Compliance to New Heights [1]PRESENTER: Bill Schreiner, Workplace Safety Consultant, Minnesota Safety Council, St. Paul, MNLearn what you need to know to be in compliance with applicable OSHA and ANSI standards related to the various types of aerial lifts. We will look at the requirements of both ownership and leasing of aerial platforms, including employee training, recordkeeping, maintenance and fall protection.Sink or Swim: Thriving and Succeeding as a Leader [All]PRESENTER: Jermaine Davis, CEO, Jermaine M. Davis Seminars and Workshops, Inc. and The Stand Out Leadership Company, St. Paul, MNAre you sinking or swimming as a safety leader? What distinguishes high-performing leaders from average-performing leaders? It is their ability to motivate, inspire, and influence others to achieve the organizations goals. This interactive session will provide participants with tips on how to remove the barriers and obstacles that lead to employee disengagement, dissatisfaction and de-motivation.SESSIONS 10:4511:45AMLife Cycle of a Safety Career: A Modern Path [1] [2]PRESENTER: Abby Ferri, CSP, CEO, The Ferri Group LLC, Minneapolis, MNIdentify where you are at on your safety career path and where you would like to be. Understand career options that you may never have thought of, or did not think were within your reach. Create a foundation of working knowledge of insurance, proposal writing, invoicing and other elements of a freelance or independent contractor role. Develop an action plan related to your individual career goals. You will learn tips on how to mentor and coach future safety professionals.Prevention and Care of Back Injuries [All]PRESENTER: Jay Tapper, President, ActivEdge, LLC, Superior, WILearning the anatomy of your back is just one factor to caring and preventing back injuries. Strengthening and stretching the proper way with simple back exercises for work and home is just part of what you will learn during this session. Wearing back protection when lifting, pushing and pulling and techniques to reduce discomfort are also vital.Productive Aging and Work [All]PRESENTER: Juliann Scholl, PhD, Co-director, National Center for Productive Aging and Work, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Heath, Cincinnati, OHWithin five years, one out of four workers will be ages 55 and over. Learn about the new virtual National Center for Productive Aging and Work, hosted by the NIOSH Office for Total Worker Health. Participants will learn about the Centers approach to productive aging, including the positive aspects of growing older in the workplace, and how individuals can make important contributions to their own lives, communities, organizations, and society as a whole.2015 MINNESOTA SAFETY & HEALTH CONFERENCE2082nd Annual GOVERNORS SAFETY AWARDS LUNCHEON 11:45AMSPONSORED BY: SFM CompaniesGovernor Mark Dayton (invited) The Governors Safety Awards Program has been honoring Minnesota workplaces for excellence in safety since 1928. Join us as we recognize this years winners who have achieved outstanding results in safety.Shirzad Chamine New York Times Best-Selling AuthorPOSITIVE INTELLIGENCEShirzad Chamine will show us how his research on positive intelligence can help us achieve our full potential for professional success and personal fulfillment. Mr. Chamine is chairman of CTI, the largest coaching training institue in the world and author of the New York Times bestseller Positive Intelligence. THURSDAY, MAY 5Recommended Practices for Workforce Involvement [2]PRESENTER: John Herber, Principal Consultant, Process Hazard Management Services, LLC, Stillwater, MNOne of the foundational concepts of process safety is to have all workers involved in activities that identify, quantify and manage risk. Workforce involvement recognizes that the entire workforce, bottom to top has a role in managing process risk. The purpose of this presentation is to discuss why expanding involvement is important and to present ideas on developing involvement activities across the entire organization.Inside MNSTAR: A Panel Presentation [All]PRESENTERS: Dave Marta, General Manager, Cintas, Maple Grove, MN; Sandra Farrow, Engineering and Safety Manager, Core Publishing Solutions, Thomson Reuters, Eagan, MN; Tina-Marie Low, Operations Manager, Delta Air Lines, Minneapolis, MN; Moderator: Ryan Nosan, MNSTAR Coordinator, MNOSHA, St. Paul, MNMNSTAR recognizes companies whose managers and employees work together to develop safety and health programs that go beyond basic compliance to immediate and long term prevention of job-related injuries and illnesses. Learn from this panel why safety is important and the benefits of safety excellence.Communicate Like a Champ: Influencing Up, Down and Across Your Organization [All]PRESENTER: Jermaine Davis, CEO, Jermaine M. Davis Seminars and Workshops, Inc. and The Stand Out Leadership Company, St. Paul, MNCan you get your point across without appearing aggressive, arrogant or annoying? Do you know how to quickly analyze a situation and adapt your message to achieve your communication goals? Those who can effectively communicate up, down, and across their organization will thrive with greater ease in the workplace. Learn to build better relationships with customers, co-workers, and leaders within your organization.DRIVE SAFE | WORK SAFE | LIVE SAFE 2182nd Annual GOVERNORS SAFETY AWARDS LUNCHEON 11:45AMSPONSORED BY: SFM CompaniesOur exhibitors are knowledgeable about safety and health regulations and how their services can help you make your safety and health programs work. Below are exhibitors registered as we went to print. Plan now to make it a priority to stop at the exhibition (Hall D) when youre at the Minnesota Safety & Health Conference.ADAcroMatAirgas USA, LLCAllina Health Occupational HealthAmerican Lung Association in MinnesotaAmerican Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) Northwest ChapterAnteaGroupAurora Pictures, Inc.Barefoot Ergonomic Flooring Border States ElectricCapital SafetyCenterPoint EnergyCLMI Safety TrainingCorporate ConnectionCy Wakeman, Inc.Damarco SolutionsDYMAX Engineering/ High Voltage ServiceEHElco Limited, Inc.Ergo AdvantageErgodyneEssilor Prescription Safety EyewearExcel Engineering, Inc.Faith Technologies, Inc.Glove Guard, LPGroves WorkReadyHagemeyer North AmericaHastings Air Energy Control, Inc.Health Partners Occupational MedicineHealthPosturesHennepin Technical CollegeHestra Gloves, LLCHumanscaleHy-Test Safety Shoe ServiceILIEA, Inc.Industrial ScientificIndustrial SunscreenIndustrial Waste Services, Inc.Integrated Loss Control, Inc. (ILC)Intrepid Industries, Inc.J.J. Keller & Associates, Inc.KiddeKinetics Noise ControlLifeLine, Inc. Litin Paper CompanyLoeffler Shoes, LLCM3M Safety RoadshowMagidMartor USAMassaging InsolesMaster Lock Company, LLCMaximum First Aid & SafetyMED CompassMeet With the EnforcersMichelle Taylor Marketing/B&B Midwest Safety Counselors, Inc.Midwest Special InstrumentsMinnesota Department of Labor and Industry, Occupational Safety and Health Division (MNOSHA)Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry, Workplace Safety ConsultationMinnesota Network of Employers for Traffic Safety (NETS)Minnesota Occupational HealthMRA The Management AssociationMSAMSDSonlineMulticare Associates Medical CentersNRNational Dizzy & Balance Center, LTDNightstick by Bayco Products, Inc.Nokomis ShoesNorth Memorial Occupational MedicineOnsite Medical Service, Inc.On-Site Solutions Physical TherapyOrthologyPacific & MainePhilips HealthcareProtectEar USARambow, Inc.R.C. BremerRed Wing Shoe CompanyRockwell AutomationSZSafety Rail CompanySanford OccMedSHOWASilva Non Skid SolutionsSole EssentialsSOS Leak RepairSure Stop Floor Safety, Inc Tailored Injury Prevention Solutions, Inc. (TIPS)Travs Outfitter UL EHS SustainabilityVeoliaWalman Optical CompanyWestex by MillikenW.P. & R.S. Mars CompanyZee Medical Service Exhibitors The Exhibit Hall is open TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, 7:30AM2:00PMYes, we do that please ask us about: SafetyNet Online Member Community Members-Only Regional Groups New First Aid Guidelines and Materials Member Discounts on Training Tools Distracted/Defensive Driving Resources Off-the-Job Safety Promotion IdeasGet your free t-shirt and put us to work!Visit Your Membership BoothLiveSAFEDriveSAFEWorkSAFE May 35, 2016MINNEAPOLIS CONVENTION CENTER1301 SECOND AVENUE SOUTH Stay in the loop with our expanded conference appRegister by April 5, 2016 and qualify for an early-bird discount! REGISTER ONLINE PHONE: 651-291-9150 / 800-444-9150 FAX: 651-291-7584 MAIL: Minnesota Safety Council 2016 Minnesota Safety & Health Conference 474 Concordia Avenue, Saint Paul, MN 55103Questions? 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