Safety Forum

Upcoming Event Dates

 

Fit a year's worth of meetings in 2 action-packed days. The event registration is no cost to qualified delegate attendees.

 

Who attends: This event is specifically designed for Safety decision-makers with purchasing power (Manager, Director, or VP), who are from mid- or large-sized company (200+ employees).

What you can expect:

  • Meet one-on-one with solution providers specific to your current project needs
  • Attend workshops and sessions
  • Network with peers from leading companies
  • Receive complimentary event registration, hotel accommodations, and meals at a luxury venue

How it works:

  • You select the solution providers you're most interested in meeting
  • Your interests shape your agenda of one-on-ones and sessions
  • We continue to add workshops up until the event
  • We cap our attendance at 50 spots
  • We hold the event twice a year and rotate regionally

Why you should attend as a delegate:

  • It's a more efficient way to source solution providers, and to get custom attention specific to your needs
  • You'll make profitable connections to help further your business goals
  • You'll stay up-to-date about the latest trends and technology advances in your industry

 

Forum Events has 20+ years of experience holding successful events across multiple markets. We're dedicated to providing you with a complete VIP experience from start to finish.

 

For More Information Please Contact...

Cherissa Irvin – Event Manager
(941) 925-7585 x8162  |  email

Ryan Vincent – National Account Manager
800-727-5257 x2237  |  email

Safety Forum in Plano, TX
June 25 & 26, 2018

Event Workshops Include...

Increasing Employee Engagement & Empowerment Utilizing a Recurrent Risk Assessment Approach
Presented by Robert Sheninger, CSP, CSHM – Vice President HSE & Regulatory Compliance, Talos Energy LLC

Most organizations have a variety of tools in place to identify hazards, yet the quality and effectiveness of these tools is often lacking. Inadequate hazard identification often leads to incidents because organizations have not invested the time and effort to develop a robust hazard identification and control process. This session will focus on the synergies created by incorporating existing hazard identification tools (Job Safety Analysis, Behavior-Based Observations, Incident Investigations, Management of Change) into a continual risk assessment methodology that ultimately gets more people involved in the HSE process while promoting use of Stop Work Authority.

 

Key Takeaways:

  • Overview of the ten sources of hazardous energy
  • The paths or spaces where people, property or the environment (if present) could be exposed to releases of, or contact with, hazardous energy.  Also referred to as “Harm's Way".
  • The circumstances in which people, property or the environment are exposed to releases of, or contact with, hazardous energy within the hazard zone and could be harmed (immediately or over of a period of time) if a hazardous event occurs. Also referred to as being “In Harm's Way".
  • The events including one or more unplanned and unwanted occurrences (i.e. an event or chain of events), over a short or extended period of time, in which a hazard's potential is realized as an incident, such that hazardous energy is released and/or is contacted and could result in harm to people, property or the environment (if in the hazard zone). Includes an "initiating event or cause" of the incident and the resulting consequences.
  • Utilization of the hierarchy of risk controls from most effective to least effective (elimination, substitution, engineering, administrative, PPE)

The Impact of a High Participation Safety Culture
Presented by Josh LeBrun - President & COO, eCompliance

Increasing worker levels of participation have a direct impact on reducing injury rates. The audience will gain an understanding from a specific research study that directly alludes to this conclusion. The audience will also be walked through the 5 steps to strengthening your safety culture.

Summary of learning objectives:

  • How to define worker participation
  • Steps to building a strong safety culture
  • How to measure safety participation

Developing an Effective Injury and Illness Prevention Program to Proactively Address Heat-Related Risks
Presented by Todd Waldhauser - Director, Sales, Portacool, LLC

As a basic written workplace safety program, an effective IIPP can improve the safety and health in every workplace. It can be a proactive way to mitigate costs ranging from medical treatment to lost productivity that affect both the employee and the company.  Although not required, 34 states in the United States have established laws or regulations designed to require or encourage IIPPs.  Fifteen states have mandatory regulations for this documentation. Without a doubt, developing an IIPP can be a beneficial way to protect a company’s employees, reputation and bottom line.

 

Summary of learning objectives:

-       Why is an Injury and Illness Prevention Program important

-       How to develop an effective IIPP

-       Addressing excessive heat in an IIPP

-       Specific tools to consider adding into an IIPP

-       Why is an IIPP worthwhile to your company


Venue

Dallas/Plano Marriott at Legacy Town Center

7121 Bishop Road
Plano, TX 75024
972-473-6444

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Plano, TX

June 25 & 26, 2018

Areas Covered

  • Accidents
  • Aerial Lifts
  • Agriculture
  • Air Purification Products/Services
  • Asbestos
  • Chemical Hazards
  • Combustible Dust
  • Commercial Motor Vehicles
  • Confined Spaces
  • Construction Products
  • Construction Products
  • Construction-Project Management
  • Construction-Renovations
  • Conveyors
  • Cranes and Derricks
  • Dept. of Transportation
  • Dipping and Coating
  • EHS Metrics
  • Electric Power Generation
  • Electrical Safety
  • Emergency Action Plans
  • Emergency Preparedness
  • Exit Routes
  • Eye Protection
  • Face Protection
  • Fall Protection
  • Fire Extinguishers
  • Flammable Liquids
  • Foot Protection
  • Forklifts
  • FR Clothing and Protection
  • Gas Detection
  • Hand and Portable Power Tools
  • Hand Protection
  • Hazard Communication
  • Hazardous Materials
  • HazMat Transportation
  • Head Protection
  • Healthcare Safety
  • Heat and Cold
  • Injury and Illness Records
  • Inspections
  • Job Hazard Analysis
  • Laboratory Safety
  • Ladders
  • Lockout/Tagout
  • Machine Safety
  • Marine Terminals
  • Mobile Forms
  • Motor Carrier Safety
  • Noise
  • Painting and Spraying
  • Permissible Exposure Limits
  • PPE-General
  • Process Safety Management
  • Recordkeeping
  • Respiratory Protection
  • Respiratory Protection
  • Safety Committees
  • Safety Signs
  • Safety Training
  • Scaffolding
  • Security
  • Silica
  • Software
  • Software
  • Spill Prevention
  • Toxic and Hazardous Substances
  • Violence in the Workplace
  • Workers' Compensation

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