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Register Early and Save! Seminars marked with an ** will have an early registration discount of $10 off the listed fee when you register early. Early registration savings expire two (2) weeks prior to the seminar.


Safety Committee Workshop
October 10 (8:00 am to 10:30 am)

A workplace safety committee can encourage employees to participate in implementing and monitoring the company’s safety program. A properly functioning safety committee can set up a structured method for employers to gather and evaluate employee feedback on ways to improve, or change existing policies and engage in the successful implementation of new policies. Often times, a safety committee is formed and after a short while, the enthusiasm of being on the committee dwindles, and instead of being a force for positive safety improvement, the committee does not provide the change hoped for.

This workshop will review considerations for setting up a committee, guidelines for how the committee should function, and how to get results. Participants will receive handout material they can use to help establish or reinvigorate their safety committee.
What we will cover:
• Selecting members of the safety committee
• Determining the roles, responsibilities and limitations of the safety committee
• Setting safety committee goals and annual reviews of the committee
• Conducting safety committee meetings and tracking items
• Specific activities
o Workplace inspections or review of inspection reports
o Accident investigations and / or review
o Safety policy or safety rule review
• Management involvement
Member: $60      Alliance Member: $60     Non-member: $75
This session is approved for the Pinnacol Safety Group

Colorado Cost Containment Certification Workshop
October 25 (8:00 am to 9:30 am)

Colorado Cost Containment Certification is a state-certified program through the Colorado Division of Workers’ Compensation that provides the holder with a 5-10% credit on their workers’ compensation insurance premiums.

The presenter will cover the six steps of the program to explain exactly what type of documentation the state requires in order to be certified. She can also work with individuals who have brought their materials with them. You could leave this workshop with your entire application and supporting documents ready for submission to the state!

Materials Needed:
If you wish to assemble your materials during the workshop portion of the presentation, please bring the following items:
- Written commitment to safety:
Usually found in the first part of your safety manual - it will state the company's commitment to safety i.e. "safety is our top priority," etc. It must be signed and dated by upper management/owners.

- Safety Coordinator or Committee: This signed and dated document should name the person(s) responsible for safety and list their job responsibilities; conducts safety training, accident investigation, researches and discusses safety policies and objectives, identifies unsafe conditions and practices, establishes and updates safety rules.

- Samples of Safety Training that has been Completed in Your Organization: Four to five examples of safety training. These documents will have a date on them, employees have signed off on each one and they have a topic of the safety item discussed on the form (at least one of the samples has to have a date >1 year old).

- Written Designation of Four Medical Providers: You may find this posted on your bulletin board or you may have handed it out to employees. Your agent or insurance carrier may also be able to put a written notice together on how long your company has had your providers, but the document must identify a date that shows you have had these providers in place for more than one year.

-Written Claims Management Program: On your company letterhead with a date showing your claims management has been in place for more than one year, this document would list the fact that you:
1) Investigate all incidents and document any third party involvement in the injury.
2) Contact your insurance company in a timely manner (8 hours, same shift, same day, 24 hours - whatever that standard is).
3) You meet with your carrier or agent annually to review claims/injuries, employee classification, experience modification factor, etc.
4) You offer modified duty to your injured workers whenever practicable. You will need to prove this statement via a copy of a Rule 6 -Light Duty job offer you have made an employee in the past year. We will have sample offer letters on hand for you to implement in your company if you have never used this administrative "Rule 6" in the past.
All items must be dated. The date must show that each has been in place for more than one year/date more than one year old.
Member: $55       Alliance Member: $55      Non-Members: $70
This session is approved for the Pinnacol Safety Group

Sologic Root Cause Analysis- Analyst Level1: Facilitator
November 9-10 (8:00 am to 5:00 pm)

The two-day Analyst Level 1: Facilitator course provides students the knowledge, skills, and confidence needed to analyze and solve important problems. Students will learn to gather evidence, create a problem statement, analyze cause and effect, identify effective solutions, and develop a professional final report. Sologic RCA is a streamlined methodology based on cause and effect. It ensures that the final report represents a complete understanding of the event being analyzed and recommends corrective and/or preventative actions. The course includes a license of Causelink Desktop RCA software and a discount on Causelink Individual web-based software for each student.

Causelink Desktop provides an intuitive user interface and functionality to provide analysts the ability to easily build cause-and-effect charts, create RCA reports, and share their results.
System Requirements for Causelink:
• Processor: Minimum Intel Pentium III 1 GHz or faster; Recommended Pentium 4, 2 GHz
• Operating System: Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista SP1, Windows XP SP2 & SP3
• Memory: Minimum 512 MB of RAM; Recommended 1 GB of RAM
• Microsoft .NET 4.0 Framework
• Adobe Reader
Member: $995      Alliance Member: $995      Non-member: $995

Confined Space Entry for Construction Workshop
November 14 (8:00 am to 11:00 am)

OSHA’s Permit-Required Confined Space standard is intended to protect workers from toxic, explosive, or asphyxiating atmospheres; when working in manholes, crawl spaces, and tanks. These spaces are not designed for continuous occupancy and are difficult to exit in the event of an emergency. Employers are required to identify each permit-required confined space in their workplace, prevent unauthorized entry into these spaces, and protect entrants that enter the space. This program will provide you with an understanding of permit-required confined spaces, identification of the hazards associated with working in these spaces, the responsibilities of the people involved with confined space work, and the requirements for confined space rescue.

This program will include information on the OSHA standard as well as give participants resources they can use to conduct training for their employees.
What we will cover:
• Review the OSHA confined space for construction standard
• Explain and identify confined spaces
• Understand the roles of the Host Employer, Controlling Contractor and Entry Employer
• Identify hazards and control methods associated with work performed in confined spaces
• Discuss and review confined space entry permits
• Describe confined space communications methods
• Discuss atmospheric monitoring needed during confined space entry operations
• Review the responsibilities of the confined space entrant, attendant and supervisor and the training required for each
• Describe and understand the requirements for personnel rescue procedure, especially for non-entry rescue and retrieval
• Identify components needed for a written program
Member: $70     Alliance Member: $70     Non-member: $85
This session is approved for the Pinnacol Safety Group

Bloodborne and Airborne Pathogens
November 29 (8:00 am to 10:30 am)

This NSC course focuses on how to protect employees from blood and airborne pathogens and what to do if exposure occurs. Session will cover an introduction to bloodborne pathogens including hepatitis viruses and HIV, and airborne pathogens including tuberculosis, plus proven steps to reduce exposure and prevent infection, and exposure control plans.
Member: $55      Alliance Member: $55      Non-member: $70
This session is approved for the Pinnacol Safety Group

Breakfast Club: Breakfast with OSHA (Members Only)
November 30 (8:00 am to 9:00 am)

Join us for this informative session and a bite to eat! This free Members Only event provides an opportunity to get answers from OSHA on your questions. In addition to your questions, topics of the moment will be discussed. RSVP by November 16th.

Hazard Communication and GHS Training
December 7 (8:00 am to 10:30 am)

Course covers the Hazard Communication Standard and the Globally Harmonized System (GHS).
You will learn:
• Roles and responsibilities under the Hazard Communication standard
• Hazardous chemical classifications
• OSHA’s new labeling requirements including the meaning of the pictograms, signal words, hazard statements, precautionary statements, signal words and supplier information.
• The new format for content of Safety Data Sheets (SDS)
Participants will receive a walled-sized GHS Reference card and a certificate of attendance.
Member: $60     Alliance Member: $60     Non-member: $75
This session is approved for the Pinnacol Safety Group

Safety Builder Construction Orientation
December 14 (8:00 am to 12:30 pm)

This course is specifically designed for newly hired and temporary construction workers as an introduction to the basic elements of workplace safety. It will provide a common sense approach to construction safety to teach them to stay safe and productive in the field. This session applies to both commercial and residential companies. This class is also a good refresher for experienced workers. Topics of discussion include:
• Understanding OSHA
• Employee and Employer responsibilities for Construction Safety
• Hazards in Construction
• Hazard Communication
• Confined Space
• Material Handling
• Personal Protective Equipment
• Scaffold Safety
• Ladder Safety
• Fall Protection
• Electrical Safety
• Trenching and Excavation
Member: $55     Alliance Member: $55     Non-member: $65
This session is approved for the Pinnacol Safety Group

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