FSLC Virtual Conference – July 20th thru August 26th

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  • FSLC Virtual Conference
    EDT
    July 20, 2021 - August 26, 2021
    10:00 am CDT - 11:00 am CDT

Register to attend the best professional development and educational opportunities of the year!  This is one event you won’t want to miss.

NOTE – The FSLC Advisory Board is finalizing details for session #7, Training Philosophies and New Approaches.  We will provide and update when completed.  

 

 Fleet Safety Leadership Council – Virtual Conference Sessions, Dates and Speakers

 

Session # Date Topic
1 July 20 Managing Worker’s Compensation

Presenters:
Jerry Heim, Risk Manager for Riggs Distler and former Director of Claims at AJG.
Rick Neill, Senior Director, Corporate EHS for Riggs Distler

This session will provide attendees with a clear understanding of how to effectively manage the costs of injuries and worker’s compensation claims.  The discussion will include prevention, incident investigation, medical claims management, and early return to work strategies.

2 July 22 Legalized Marijuana and Managing Safety

Presenter:
Dave Raslowsky, President, National Safety Compliance, Inc.

With the continuing trend toward legalization of recreational marijuana, this session will provide an update on recent legislation and discuss strategies for managing safety and the legal implications surrounding the issue.

3 July 27 Developing Safety Managers Into Corporate Leaders

Presenter:
Edwin G. Foulke, Jr., Attorney at Law, Fisher & Phillips, LLP and Former Assistant Secretary of Labor OSHA

This session will focus on the skills necessary for Safety Managers to become leaders in their companies. The program will examine how to effectively communicate to the C Suite to not only get C Suite recognition of Safety’s contribution to the company’s bottom line, but also to engage front-line employees in dramatically improving the company’s safety program. This session will also discuss characteristics of world-class companies and explore how the knowledge of those characteristics can be used to bring Safety to a seat in the C Suite.

4 July 29 Psychological Safety and Safety Leadership

Presenter:
Dr. John Austin, CEO, Reaching Results

We can have the best designed safety management systems and controls, but problems still occur. All too often, employees fail to speak up or say what’s on their mind at a critical time for their team or organization. This leads to injuries, lost lives, major property damage, as well as significant monetary losses and repercussions for the next new product.

Even the most well intended supervisors miss these critical conversations and the result is not only disastrous, but often deadly. Behavioral scientist Dr. John Austin reveals the conversations you are not having and how to reduce injuries and accidents literally overnight with simple changes to the way communication occurs in your organization.

5 Aug 3 OSHA – Regulatory Overview Under the New Administration

Presenter:
Ronald W. Taylor, Esq., Venable, LLP

This session will focus changes we can expect from Federal OSHA over the next few years with the new administration.

6 Aug 5 Incident Investigation – Assessing Multiple Causation Factors

Presenters:
Chris Jobson, Vice President, Safety, Pike Electric
Jim Olson, Vice President, Safety, Republic Services

This session will provide an understanding of the HFACS system of incident investigation, the HFACS process, effectiveness, and results achieved when it was put into practice at Republic Services.

7 Aug 10 Training Philosophies and New Approaches

Presenter:
Currently being finalized

As planned, this session will discuss the expanding use of VR, apps, simulations and other in driver training. Though still being finalized, this session will also discuss approaches to the new Entry Level Driver Training requirements.

8 Aug 12 Innovations in Safety

Presenters:
Jeffrey Goldenson, Reyes Beverage
Michael Belcher, CSP, VP Safety, Boys and Girls Clubs of America

This session will discuss innovative approaches to managing safety related issues, and several uses of technology and software to prevent incidents, enhance reporting, manage safety across an organization, and improve overall productivity.

9 Aug 18 Panel discussion: Leading Cross Functional Teams

Moderator:
Rick Pollock, CSP, President, Rivendell Safety Consulting, LLC

Panelists:
Jeff Goldenson, Reyes Bottling Division
Mike Belcher, Boys and Girls Clubs of America
Kyle Myers, Senior Director EHSS, CyrusOne

This panel of experienced fleet safety professionals and FSLC leaders will share best practices on how to achieve success when leading cross functional teams. Topics will include: how to deal with misaligned priorities within the team, dealing with team members who are not pulling their weight, and the single most important factor when managing teams.

10 Aug 19 Hour of Service – Management Processes and Tips

Presenter:
Jim Olson, Vice President, Safety, Republic Services

This session will provide an update on this important issue, with an expanded focus on the variability of risk that is present throughout the day and reliance on the “less traditional safety leader”.

11 Aug 24 Risk-Based Approach to Fatigue Management

Presenter:
Susan Sawatzky, Director, In-Scope Solutions

This session will provide attendees with an understanding of the Fatigue Impact Risk Assessment (FIRA), the utilization of the data it provides, and the path forward to designing and integrating a comprehensive Fatigue Risk Management Strategy. It will provide a deeper understanding of the Fatigue Management process and provide practical tools for attendees to utilize in their own organizations.

12 Aug 26 Leadership and Influence: What the Highest Performing S&H Professionals Have in Common

Presenter:
Jason Kunz, CIH, CSP, Cultural Excellence Evangelist, 3M

Recent trends and surveys from business executives confirm that employers want strong leadership and communication expertise in their HSE professionals. Understanding key principles and building leadership and communication skills are what make the difference in achieving success in today’s competitive marketplace. But, how do we do this? Following more than 160 interviews with top HSE and operational leaders, and years of qualitative research, we’ve uncovered some answers. Join us for this engaging, informative, and empowering session that will distill the research down into specific and actionable content and insights to answer the question: what’s needed from you, now and moving forward?

 

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