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September 06, 2019

Top 3 Sessions to Catch at NSC Expo 2019

NSC BlogIf you’re attending the NSC Expo in San Diego, California, from Sept. 9-11, it’s time to start planning your agenda. As always, NSC Expo is filled with educational opportunities – so much so that it might be overwhelming to narrow down your options. But that’s where we come in. After scouring the list, here are our top three picks for sessions to catch at NSC Expo 2019.

 

Executive Forum: EHS & Sustainability – Beyond the Buzzwords

Room: Ballroom 20 

Session number: 301

Monday, Sept. 9, at 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Speakers: Nancy Case, vice president of EHS at The Mosaic Company; Danyelle Lynne Phelps, director of enterprise environmental and operations sustainability at Owens Corning; Kathy Seabrook, chair of board at Center for Safety & Health Sustainability; and Catherine Sheane, sustainability and resilience practice lead at Parsons

 

As clichés often dominate EHS news and conversations, industry leaders will come together in this session to cut through the buzzwords. They’ll offer their own perspectives and share their platform to have an open, honest dialogue and give attendees the chance to ask questions to these industry experts. 

 

Early Injury Intervention, Disrupting the Paradigm of Health and Safety – An Employer’s Perspective

Room: 24C

Session number: 26

Monday, Sept. 9, at 2:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m.

Speakers: James Allivato, senior director of operations at ATI Worksite Solutions; Edward J. Best, executive director at Student Transport; Stacy Bierce, vice president of organizational development at ATI Worksite Solutions; and Jackson Moss, director of safety, risk and health at Blue Diamond Growers

As organizations have moved away from reactionary care, more occupational health programs continue to focus on prevention and early intervention by adding athletic trainers to the workforce. This has led to improved injury and severity rates while decreasing workers’ compensation claims. Here, you’ll learn how Blue Diamond Growers transitioned from operating a reactive occupational health program to a more proactive program that employs nurses to drive improved results. 

 

Get(ting) Engaged: 101 Grassroots Teams Lead Culture Change at a Major Utility

Room: 31C

Session number: 68

Tuesday, Sept. 10, at 2 p.m.-3 p.m.

Speakers: David Jewell, regional safety consultant at Conney Safety Products; Dan Pfeffer, Millwright asbestos worker, Michigan State Utility Workers Council Safety Culture team member, Consumers Energy; Steve Simon, president at Culture Change Consultants; Nathan Waters, safety culture team professional at Consumers Energy

 

After Consumers Energy launched an organization-wide safety culture change program, it reduced injuries by 90 percent. To discuss the program’s success, the originator of the Grassroots Safety Leadership Methodology and two employee leaders from the Consumers Energy Safety Culture Team will share their experience with attendees.

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Along with these educational sessions, we hope you plan to visit us in booth 1548 at the NSC Expo. You can catch a free demo of our comprehensive safety and health solutions. If you haven’t registered yet, visit https://congress.nsc.org/nsc2019/public/enter.aspx?.  We can’t wait to see everyone there!

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