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2013 Alaska Occupational Safety Summit

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SAFETY— FOCUSED & ENGAGED 8th Annual Alaska Occupational Safety Summit Oct. 16-17, Hotel Captain Cook Anchorage, Alaska

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2013 Alaska Occupational Safety Summit

2013 Alaska Occupational Safety Summit

Continuing Education Units awarded for Summit

FIND YOUR PLACE.

What is the Alaska Occupational Safety Summit? The Alaska Chapter of the American Society of Safety Engineers wanted to provide a high level of professional development opportunities for its members in Alaska. The Midnight Sun Chapter of the American Industrial Hygiene Association in the same effort teamed with the AK ASSE and in 2005, jointly hosted the first annual, “Alaska Occupational Safety Summit.” The AOSS draws heavy support from the oil and gas industries of Alaska as well as construction and mining. Alaska offers a diverse work force blend of HSE Professionals from around the world. The AOSS has become known as a highly professional conference with speakers vying for an opportunity to come to this majestic state and speak at such a quality conference. Many speakers from the AOSS have gone on to provide consulting services for those same Alaskan industries. Local vendors heavily support the AK ASSE and have become members of the local Chapter. They sponsor luncheons, provide door prizes, and the AOSS has developed a loyal list of exhibitors through engaging attendees in activities with the exhibitors … this year the AOSS sold out exhibitor space in two hours! The AOSS highly values the exhibitors, speakers and sponsors it has established and maintains, utilizing their feedback year to year to continually add that “something new!” This year, we’re proud to announce our newest partnership with Morris Communications, who have graciously sponsored the development of this publication in what is their commitment to advance Safety Efforts throughout Alaska! With our sincerest gratitude for their help in getting this message out,

The 2013 AOSS Committee! Contact us at alaska.safety.engineers@gmail.com

Earn a two-year degree in the only Occupational Safety & Health program in the state, at KPC’s Anchorage Extension Site.

Already have a full-time job? The degree’s coursework is available both face-to-face and entirely online.

Occupational Safety & Health professionals work to prevent accidents and health hazards to workers, the community and the

environment. They are employed in every industry, including public and private companies, as well as with physicians, engineers and management teams to eliminate work-related injuries and illness.

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safety & health technicians. Thanks to an articulation agreement with Montana Tech of the University

of Montana, KPC’s associate of applied science degree meets the first two-year’s requirements for their bachelor of science (BS) in Occupational Safety & Health.

“Your place. Alaska’s future.”

The current event contains 12 hours that can be claimed for CM credit. 

 Similar to previous AK Safety Summits, University of Alaska Anchorage has agreed to provide 1.6 CEUs and mail certificates. 


AND REMEMBER TO REGISTER!

ASSE members receive a $25 discount! Traveling, in town for just a day? Take advantage of the 1-day rate — new this year!

 Please visit our website at: alaska.asse.org/summit.php for more details regarding the Summit and the CSP Post Conference Workshop! Dates: Oct.16-17, 2013 (Registration opens at 7 a.m.)
 Where: Hotel Captain Cook Ballroom
 Pricing: $275

*ASSE Members & Active Military receive $25 off the current rate! ASSE: Use your membership number and the member only discount code SocietyMember2013. Military: Enter your Common Access Card #. One-Day Rate: $150 (No additional discounts apply) Post Conference — CSP Exam Preparatory Workshop: • Presented by: Span International • Held: Oct. 18-20, 2013 from 8 AM to 5 PM daily • Location: the Hotel Captain Cook, in the Quarter Deck • Cost: $895.00 for non-members and $850.00 for ASSE members • Registering: Register through the conference registration link at alaska.asse.org. • Inclusions: Attendees will receive 2 Workbooks; Exam Math Formula handouts; interactive computer study disk; and scientific calculator, approved for exam use

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2013 Alaska Occupational Safety Summit

2013 Alaska Occupational Safety Summit

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Keith Abraham, CSP

Passionate Leaders: How to engage, enthuse, and

energize your people to be focused on what counts in life and work! Session 1: Captain Cook Main Ballroom, Wednesday, Oct. 16, 8:30-10 a.m.

Keith Abraham, has become the world’s premier thought leader on passionate performance and building passionate based cultures. CEOs of billion-dollar companies turn to Keith for inspiration, insights and ideas on how to bring the best out of their people and themselves. Through his work over the past 18 years inspiring people around the world to live more passionately, he has assisted individuals and companies alike to create over 12 million goals.

As best-selling author of three other books and founder of the remarkable global movement the One Goal Global Challenge, he has become a source of inspiration to hundreds of thousands of people through his programs. As founder of Passionate Performance INC. he has been dedicated to researching, training and working with people to help them find their passion, harness their passion and turn their passion into personal and professional capital.

AOSS SPEAKER BIOS Richard Bunch, PhD, PT, CBES Session 2: Functional Job Description Design and Fit-for-Duty Testing­ Compliance with EEOC and ADA Session 11: The Enemy in the Mirror- A Highly Effective Motivational Injury Prevention and Wellness Program Dr. Bunch is currently the founder and Manager of WorkSaver Employee Testing Systems LLC and CEO of Industrial Safety & Rehabilitation Institute, Inc., an organization that offers functional testing (fit for duty assessments) for new hire ergonomics training and consulting and state and nation-wide and return-to-work cases via a network of over 155 clinics. His organization works with Beacon Occupational Health and Safety Services in Anchorage to provide functional testing throughout Alaska. He has developed the only Clinical and Behavioral-Based Ergonomic Specialist Certification course in the United States for safety professionals, industrial hygienists, ergonomic consultants and occupational health providers. He has won “Best Speaker” Awards twice in different divisions for the National Safety Council.

Michelle Grimaldo Session 3: Getting to Effective Case and Claim Management Session 18: Getting to the “Risk” in your Risk Management Understanding She has been in nursing, case/claim program management for almost twenty years and has used the experience across a variety of industry including insurance, the employer and medical provider. She has worked with workers compensation claims, personal injury, and medical malpractice across the board. Her forte is program design and implementation along with troubleshooting and Risk Management.

Paul A Zoubek, CSP, CIH President/Principal Consultant Zoubek Consulting, LLC Session 4: Fall Hazard Risk Assessment — Achieving acceptable risk Paul A Zoubek is nationally recognized EOHS consultant. He provides expert advice in the areas of management and engineering control of workplace hazards for companies nationwide. He advises companies in the areas of engineering hazard control, written safety program development, auditing, industrial hygiene and training. Zoubek also provides services in the areas of machine safeguarding, hazardous energy control program development, fall protection, auditing, and training, safety engineering, industrial hygiene and risk assessment.

Mike Williamsen, Ph.D., CSP Senior Safety Consultant Caterpillar Safety Services Session 5: Executive Engagement for Safety Improvement Session 8: Road Map to Safety Excellence: Golden Valley Electric Association Case Study

He has developed a client base of over 265 companies across 20 countries including industry leaders Toyota, Toshiba, Lexus, Westpac, Bupa, NAB and AIA. Having been presented with the highest honour for professional speaking, the Nevin Award, Keith was also named “Keynote Speaker of the Year” by the Australian National Speakers Association in 2012.

Read full presentation info at alaska.asse.org/summit.php

Mike Williamsen is a nationally recognized workplace safety consultant with more than 25 years of safety and business change management experience. His background includes serving in Engineering, Operations, and Safety Manager positions for companies such as Frito-Lay, Inc. and General Dynamics. In 1985, Mike teamed with safety author Dr. Dan Petersen for three years to develop and implement a nationwide safety accountability and continuous improvement system that helped a Fortune 20 company reduce injuries by 80% within two years. Since that time Mike has applied these and other high-impact safety principles with similar success to other Fortune 500 companies, such as General Dynamics, Baxter Healthcare, ATCO Electric, Rohm and Haas Co., and BASF.

Kent Hatcher, Humantech, Inc Session 6: Optimizing & Designing for an Aging Population in the Workplace Session 13: Navigating to Success Using the Ergonomics Maturity Curve Kent Hatcher, Managing Consultant and Ergonomics Engineer for Humantech, specializes in managing large-scale ergonomic initiatives in the manufacturing and service industries, as well as facilitating group training sessions and developing internal ergonomic expertise.

Jerry Davis, PhD, CPE, CSP, Associate Professor, OS&E Program Director Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering Auburn University Session 7: Fault Tree Analysis and its Role in Risk Assessment Session 22: Introduction to “Systems Safety” Tools & Technique Jerry is a professional member of ASSE, and his teaching responsibilities include safety engineering and ergonomics courses in both the undergraduate and graduate curriculums. He is board certified in safety and ergonomics and pursues an active research agenda in safety/ergonomic related topics. Jerry is a retired United States Naval Officer, having served over twenty years in the nuclear submarine fleet, and lives in Auburn, Alabama with his wife Cathy.

Chris Ross, CSP, OHST Session 9: Using Training for Results: the High-Impact Model to Achieve Value Session 21: Using Project Management and Consulting Tools Chris Ross has been a performance consultant, trainer, lecturer and presenter for over 30 years. He is President and CEO of The Engagement Effect, a multi-discipline training and consulting firm in Alaska with clients throughout North America. The Engagement Effect provides leadership and supervisory development, employee selection, strategic planning, business performance improvement, risk management, advanced safety skills training, regulatory compliance and emergency response planning. Ross has presented over 1,000 training classes, workshops, seminars and keynote speeches.

Ed Stuber, CIH, Galson Laboratories Session 10: It’s not just Sand: Sampling and Analysis Issues of Crystalline Silica Stuber is the Business Development Manager with Galson Laboratories Northeast and International Region. He has over 30 years of experience in industrial hygiene laboratory operations. He is responsible for business development of industrial hygiene laboratory clientele, both in the US and abroad and technical consultation for industrial hygiene sampling and analysis projects. Ed has presented at several AIHC National Conference. He also recently came back from Mumbai, India, where he was an instructor for AIHA’s Fundamentals of Industrial Hygiene Course. He also was a faculty member, teaching the Occupational Hygiene Training Association’s Measurement of Hazardous Substances in both Kula Lumpur, Malaysia and Shanghai, China. Ed received Harriett A. Hurley Award as the AIHA’s Analytical Accreditation Board (AAB) 2010 member of the year.

Carl Usrey Session 12: Leading Safety Metrics Cary Usrey has been a Process Improvement Leader at Predictive Solutions since March 2007. In this role, Cary is responsible for implementing solutions and best practices for customers seeking to prevent worker injuries and reduce potential liabilities through the use of an integrated safety management system that focuses on leading safety indicator. Cary started his career in the U.S. Navy’s Nuclear Power Program in 1988. After leaving the Navy, he served as the Environmental, Health and Safety Compliance Director at Adirondack Resource Recovery Associates, a waste-to-energy power plant in upstate New York, where he was employed for over 12 years. In 2004, Cary took a position with Turner Construction, where he served as the Business Unit Safety Director for the upstate New York office for approximately three years.

Bruce A. Brown, PhD, CSP, OHST, Corporate Safety and Health Manager, gkkworlcs Session 14: Developing and Implementing a Successful Safety Culture Session 19: Are you up to PAR? Dr. Brown has more than 30 years of experience in the environmental, health and safety field in areas including construction, R&D, manufacturing, DoD and higher education. He is involved in the design and construction of various types of facilities, making sure that reliability is brought to each and every project. Dr. Brown is responsible for safety and health management for all projects, ensuring that objectives are met at each facility by interfacing with gkkworks leadership and consultants, and further coordination of the selected construction team entities. He maintains multiple Environmental, Health & Safety certifications and degrees, including a Doctorate degree, and has been published in

numerous EH&S publications. He is an Adjunct Professor and has spoken internationally on Safety and Workplace Violence. He is a 2012 Inaugural recipient of the BCSP Award of Excellence.

Jitu Patel, CPEA Session 15: Disasters having lessons learning potential — Culture Based Global Challenge Jitu C. Patel, CPEA, is an international HSE consultant and a speaker who has a BS in Chemistry and an M.Phil in Energy & Fuel Science. For 21 years, Patel has provided health and safety professional services to Aramco, the world’s largest oil and gas producing and processing corporation. He also has provided technical training and conducted research for 15 years on fires, explosions, health, safety and environment at a chemicals manufacturing company in the UK. Patel has developed and conducted fire and safety seminars for Safety & Fire Prevention engineers and line management of industry operations. Patel was honored with a Howard Hiedeman Award of Safety Professional of the Year and with the highest and most prestigious award of a “Fellow of the ASSE.”

Tony Barnard, Beatrice Egbejimba Session 16: Welding Health and Safety Exposures/Risks Tony Barnard is a CIH and CSP and has a master’s in Industrial Hygiene with a Hazardous Substances Emphasis from the University of Michigan. He began his IH career in the US Army, did some graduate fellowship work for the Dept. of Energy, and performed HSE consulting work for 12 years primarily in Colorado, Hawaii, and Alaska. He specializes in industrial hygiene evaluations, indoor air quality, HSE risk evaluations, environmental impact assessments, and general safety. Tony then worked for Arctic Slope Regional Corp. as their CIH and safety consultant for two year after he left the US Army. He is currently working for BPXA as the Liberty HSE Manager for Projects. Beatrice Egbejimba has a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, and a master’s degree in Environmental Management from the University of London. She is a CIH and CSP. She currently works for BPXA as an Industrial Hygienist on the North Slope. Beatrice began her carrier with BP after working for the State of Alaska for 10 years, her last position as an Industrial Hygiene position with Consultation and Training.

Chuck Pettinger Session 17: Predicting and eliminating injuries Chuck has over 20 years experience designing, implementing and evaluating culture stepchange initiatives. His major interests include developing large-scale corporate behavior change initiatives, assessing industrial safety cultures, using advanced predictive analytics to develop leading indicators and conducting organizational Leadership Workshops. Chuck has consulted with a wide variety of industries including Bechtel, BD Biosciences, Bombardier, Caterpillar, Chevron, Coca­Cola, Cummins, ExxonMobil, Honeywell, JEA, Kiewit, Kaiser Permanente, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Monsanto, NSTAR, National Grid, Pfizer, PP&L, Southern Company, Turner, Union Pacific, WE & Xcel Energy.

At ExxonMobil, safety is more than just a priority... it’s a value. At ExxonMobil, we are committed to conducting business in a manner that protects and promotes the safety of our employees, those involved in our operations and the communities where we work. Our goal is to use a disciplined approach to consistently deliver exemplary performance in designing, operating, in maintaining our facilities to ensure that “Nobody Gets Hurt.” Thank you to all employees and contractors for your commitment to safety and the “Nobody Gets Hurt” mindset! Your efforts ensure that everyone - employees and contractors - goes home safely everyday.

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Daniel G. Hopwood, MPH, ARM, CSP (also, CBCP and CHS·III), Zenith Insurance Session 20: Making a Difference: Transforming the Safety Professional’s Role in Maximizing the Workers’ Compensation Investment Hopwood holds a bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences with an emphasis In Industrial Safety from San Diego State University and a masters degree in Public Health from San Diego University with an Occupational Health Concentration. He is currently an Assistant Vice President/Safety and Health Manager at Zenith Insurance where he is responsible for safety and health consulting and technical services provided by a team of 6 consultants for policyholders throughout Southern California and other strategic U.S. locations.

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Welcomin? >ecep@on,  Tuesday,  October  15th  -­‐  5:00  pm  -­‐  7:30  pm  -­‐  Ballroom  Gt  the  Hotel  Captain  Cook Exhibitor  Hall  Officially  Opens

Wednesday, October  16,  2013

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Thursday, October    17,  2013

>e?istra@on &  Exhibitor  Displays Welcome  &  Opening  Ceremonies

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>e?istra@on &  Exhibitor  Displays

7:00 -­‐  8:00  am 8:00  -­‐  9:30  

Session 1

Keynote:  Keith  Abraham,  CSP

Session 11 Richard  Bunch,  PhD,  PT,   CBES Speakers:

"Passionate Leaders"  -­‐  How  to  engage,  enthuse,  and  energize   Held  in  Main   Ballroom

your people  to  be  focused  on  what  counts  in  life  and  work!

Session Loca+on: 10:30  -­‐  12:00

Speakers:

Break &  Exhibitor  Displays Endeavor  Room  -­‐   Downstairs

Adventure Room  -­‐   Downstairs

Session 2

Session 3

Session 4

Richard Bunch,  PhD,   PT,  CBES

Michelle Grimaldo

Paul Zoubek,  CSP,  CIH

Speakers:

10:30 -­‐  12:00

Lunch &  Exhibitor  Showcase Session  6

Session 7

Kent Hatcher

Jerry Davis,  PhD

Speakers:

Zp@mizing and   Execu@ve   "Fault  -­‐Tree  Analysis"   Designing  for  an  Aging   Engagement  for   and  its  Role  in  Risk   Popula@on  in  the   Safety  Improvement Assessment Workplace 2:30  -­‐  3:00 3:00  -­‐  4:30

Speakers:

Break &  Exhibitor  Displays Session  8 Mike  Williamson,   PhD,  CSP  /  Phil   Newton

Session 9

Session 10

Chris Ross,  CSP,  CPLP

Ed Stuber,  CIH

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Jitu Patel,  CPEA,  ASSE   Bea  Egbejimba,  CIH,  CSP   Fellow /Tony  Barnard,  CIH,  CSP Disasters  having   Lessons  Learning   Poten@al  -­‐  Culture   Based  Global   Challenge

Welding Health  and   Safety  Exposures/Risks

Lunch &  Exhibitor  Showcase Session  17

Session 18

Session 19

Chuck PeNnger,  PhD

Michelle Grimaldo

Bruce Brown,  PhD,  CSP

Predic@ng, Preven@ng   and  Elimina@ng  Injuries

GeLng to  the  Risk  in   your  Risk   Management   Understanding

Are you  up  to  PAR?

Break &  Exhibitor  Displays Session  20

Session 21

Session 22

Daniel Hopwood,  MPH,   Chris  Ross,  CSP,  CPLP CSP,  ARM

Session AFT  Deck  -­‐  Upstairs Loca+on: ~  Brought  to  you  by  the  Alaska  Chapter,  ASSE    &  the  local  AIHA  Chapter~

Endeavor Room  -­‐   Downstairs

Leading Safety   Metrics

Session 14

Making a  Difference:   Transforming  the  Safety   Professional's  Role  in   Maximizing  the  Workers'   Compensa@on   Investment

Road Map  to  Safety   Training  for  Results:   Excellence:    Golden   Using  the  High-­‐Impact   Silica  -­‐  It's  not  just   Valley  Electric   Model  to  Achieve   sand Associa@on  Case   Value Study

Kent Hatcher

Adventure Room  -­‐   Downstairs

Developing and   Implemen@ng  a   Successful  Safety  Culture 12:00  -­‐  1:00  pm 1:00  -­‐  2:30

Cary Usrey

Endeavor Room  -­‐   Downstairs

Bruce Brown,  PhD,  CSP

Fall Hazard  Risk   Assessment

Session 13

AFT Deck  -­‐  Upstairs

Speakers: GeLng to  Effec@ve   Case/Claim   Management

Session 5 Mike  Williamson,   PhD,  CSP

Session Loca+on:

Session 12

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