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2011 Safety Seminar

Published on: 3/15/2013 1:46 PM
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26th Annual Countywide Safety Seminar
Safety Makes $ense

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

 
HOW TO REGISTER FOR THE 26TH ANNUAL
COUNTYWIDE SAFETY SEMINAR

Online Registration only at
http://safetyseminar.eventbrite.com
 
You must obtain your immediate supervisor’s approval to attend. This Event is OPEN for current Santa Clara County employees only! Use your County contact information to register, e.g., email address, telephone number, department.
 
HOW TO REGISTER
 
This event is open to all current Santa Clara County employees. You must obtain your SUPERVISOR’S APPROVAL to attend.
 
Select one choice from the 1st Breakout Sessions.
Select one choice from the 2nd Breakout Sessions.
Select one choice from the 3rd Breakout Sessions.
Select one meal choice.
 
Note that the keynote speech will be held in the 2nd floor Elizabeth Hangs Theater at 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
 
There are 9 concurrent breakout sessions to take place during three different time slots: at 10:45 a.m., at 1:45 p.m. and at 3 p.m. Each breakout session is one hour long in length.
 
Who: You (current Santa Clara County employees) are invited
What: 26th Annual Countywide Safety Seminar - Safety Makes $ense
When: Wednesday, September 28, 2011
Where: Santa Clara Convention Center, 5001 Great America Parkway,
Santa Clara, CA 95054
 
Keynote Speaker: Mr. Steve Bowers
Others: 27 breakout sessions in three concurrent time slots (@ 10:45 a.m., @1:45 p.m. and @ 3 p.m.) presented by note-able and outstanding speakers.
Topics: Timely environmental health and safety subjects for both on-the-job and off-the-job environments. Complete listing of session numbers, topics, presenters, and room numbers follow.
 
Meal Choices - Boxed Lunches
 
  1. Grilled Chicken
  2. Herb Roasted Turkey Breast
  3. Roast Beef Sandwich on Baguette
  4. Asian Vegetable Noodle Salad

REGISTRATION DEADLINE – Close of business September 17, 2011 or once 650 attendees registered, whichever is sooner.
 
Event brought to you by
 
Occupational Safety and Environmental Compliance (OSEC)
Department of Risk Management, Employee Services Agency and the Countywide Safety Committee
2310 N. First Street, Suite 204
San Jose, CA 95131, 408.441-4280
 
Technical support provided by County Information Services Department (ISD) Nhan La, De Tieu, and Roger Ngu.
 
Thank you!
 
Complete program timeline follows.

 

 
​Seminar Check-in
Exhibit Hall A Lobby
​8:00–8:45 a.m.
​Opening Remarks
Exhibit Hall A
​8:45–9:15 a.m.
​Keynote Address
2nd floor Elizabeth Hangs Theater
​9:30 –10:30 a.m.
​First Workshop Session
2nd floor Theater, Rooms 201-212
10:45– 11:45 a.m.
​Lunch & Employee Recognitions
Exhibit Hall A
12:00 –1:30 p.m.
​Second Workshop Session
2nd floor Theater, Rooms 201-212
1:45 – 2:45 p.m.
​Third Workshop Session
2nd floor Theater, Rooms 201-212
3:00–4:00 p.m.
​Turn in Evaluation Forms
Seminar Ends
Exhibit Hall A Lobby
4:15 - 4:30 p.m.
 

​Session Title ​Presenter ​Room # ​Seats
​Keynote Speech, 9:30 - 10:30 a.m. Safety Makes $ense ​Steve Bowers ​Theater ​670
1st BREAKOUT SESSION, 10:45 - 11:45 a.m.
1​ ​Safety @ Work ​Steve Bowers ​Theater ​200
​2 ​Invest in YOU ​Fredrick McPherson ​205 ​40
​3 ​Medical Emergency Response Techniques for the Novice ​Jeanne Iverson ​201 ​60
​4 ​Who Wants to be a Safety Millionaire? ​Ray Alba ​208 ​40
​5 ​Ergonomics on the Go: Mobile Ergonomics ​Amy Breaux ​211 ​40
​6 ​Slips, Trips, and Falls Prevention ​David Lee ​203/204 ​100
​7 ​Disaster Preparedness ​Richard Loscutoff ​209/210 ​100
​8 ​Make Job Safety Your Friend ​Brenda Buescher and Jan Phinick ​202 ​40
​9 ​Water Damage and Mold Remediation ​Bill Weber ​212 ​60
2nd BREAKOUT SESSION, 1:45 - 2:45 p.m.
10​ ​Stress Management ​Betsy Leff ​Theater ​200
​11 ​Invest in YOU ​Fredrick McPherson ​205 ​40
​12 ​Why do I Hurt and How Do I Make My Discomfort Go Away? ​Jeanne Iverson ​201 60
​13 ​Who Wants to be a Safety Millionaire? ​Ray Alba ​208 ​40
​14 ​Protecting Your Back with Good Body Mechanics ​Amy Breaux ​211 ​40
​15 ​Safety Inspections ​Davie Lee ​203/204 ​100
​16 ​Practice Lead Safety to Prevent Lead Poisoning ​Lisa Flores ​202 ​40
​17 ​Hazard Communication Basics ​Paul Burnett ​209/210 ​100
​18 ​Water Damage and Mold Remediation ​Bill Weber ​212 ​60
3rd BREAKOUT SESSION, 3 - 4 p.m.
​19 ​Earthquake Resiliency and Recovery, Lessons Learned ​Gregory Smith ​Theater ​200
​20 ​Invest in You ​Fredrick McPherson ​205 ​40
​21 ​Ergonomics in the Home and at Work ​Jeanne Iverson ​201 ​50
​22 ​Who Wants to be a Safety Millionaire? ​Ray Alba ​208 ​40
​23 ​How to Adjust Your Workstation for Optimal Comfort and Productivity ​Amy Breaux ​211 ​40
​24 ​Safeguard Your Life's Work, California's Partnership Long Term Care Program ​Teri Kidd ​203/204 ​100
​25 ​Practice Lead Safety to Prevent Lead Poisoning ​Lisa Flores ​202 ​40
​26 ​Emergency Response or NOT ​Paul Burnett ​209/210 ​100
​27 ​Keys to Health and Well Being ​Corina Vera ​212 ​60
  

 

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