Greene County Safety Council

Featured Event

Greene County Safety Council Meeting
Wednesday, November 3, 2021
8:00 am

Accident Investigations – what is it, why do we need it, and what decisions every company needs to make. This session will help everyone step back and evaluate their companies policy and practices related to figuring out what went wrong.

Presented by: Brad Ridenour, Industrial Engineer/Ergonomist, CLGB, CHSP Ohio BWC Dayton Service Office.
After working in various manufacturing environments, as well as the service sector, Brad earned his B.S. in Industrial Systems Engineering at Ohio State University. Brad joined the Ohio BWC and the Division of Safety & Hygiene in 1991 as an Ergonomist. He has consulted in almost every industry in Ohio since then.

Please Join this Zoom event at:

Meeting ID: 321 993 2360
Passcode: 647259

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Click Here for November 2021 BWC Safety Updates and Training



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David J. Sarkus, Founder of David Sarkus International, Inc.

Sep 2021 EDITH Fire Drill Program
                   Stan Wilson, Greene County   

Aug 2021 Verbal De-escalation
 Jeff Diamond, Greene County Board of Developmental Disabilities
July 2021  Heat Stress
Anshiya Ramanitharan MD, MS - 
Central State University Extension 
June 2021 Sourcing Diversity, Reducing Turnover, and Supporting Success   
Josh Welhener & Christian Bennet - GCBDD/Greene Inc.
May 2021 “Ultraviolet Radiation – Exposure and Protection”
               Craig Smith, Industrial Safety Consultant - BWC 
Apr 2021 What is a Forklift?  
                    Stan Wilson, Safety Program Consultant for Greene County - See PowerPoint Here
Mar 2021 Business and Personal Safety During a Civil Disturbance
                    Sgt. Lon Etchison of the Xenia Police Department - See Handout Here
Feb 2021 Management of Workplace Stress in Unprecedented Times
                    Lorey Simons, MS, LPCC Owner: Simons Counseling Services, Ltd
Jan 2021 Emergency Preparedness What Is It?
                    Stan Wilson, Safety Program Consultant, Greene County Dept. of Risk Management

BWC is hosting a number of occupational safety and health webinars and virtual classes including:

* Work Zone Traffic Control and Safety Aug. 18, 2021 9:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
* Confined Space Assessment and Work Aug. 23 & 24, 2021 9:30 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.
* Electrical Safety in the Workplace through Insight and Implementation of NFPA 70E Aug. 30 & 31, 2021 9:30 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.

To register visit the BWC Learning Center

Online E-Courses
Bloodborne Pathogens, Developing a Safety Culture, OSHA Recordkeeping 101 and others

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BWC's November 2020 Safety Update

Safety Article - Implementing a Culture Based Safety Program
Safety Article - Dealing with Employees Safety Behavior Problems

Safety Article - Identifying Occurrence Events

Join the Greene County Safety Council!
The Greene County Safety Council (GCSC) is a partnership of local businesses co-sponsored by the Xenia Area Chamber of Commerce and Ohio BWC.  Joining the Greene County Safety Council could save your company money and bring a better safety awareness to your employees.  Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 937-372-3591 for more info.

Greene County Safety Council Annual Membership Fees

1-25   employees   FREE
26-99   employees  $50.00 (FREE for 2020-21 Year)
100-199   employees  $100.00 (FREE for 2020-21 Year)
200+   employees  $150.00 (FREE for 2020-21 Year)


Future Meeting Topics: 
Mental Health In the Workplace   
Violence Prevention/De-Escalation
Forklift Safety
Weather Safety
Fire Extinguisher Safety - Alan

The BWC's Safety Services catalog is now available!

SafetyServicesCatalog 2020 21 GRAPHICClick here or the image to download the catalog



Emergency Preparedness, what is it?

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