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National Safety Council of

Northern New England

49th Annual New Hampshire

Safety & Health Conference

June 9-10, 2020

VIRTUAL CONFERENCE

"Live Free & Stay Safe"

2020 New Hampshire Safety & Health Conference E-Guide

Welcome to the National Safety Council of Northern New England's very first Virtual Safety & Health Conference! Our entire 2 day program of keynote speakers, class sessions, vendor interactions and networking opportunities is listed below. Some key navigation points for this virtual conference include:

  • During the presentations, questions and answers will be conducted through chat.

  • Just as an in-person conference, pre-registration for specific breakouts is not required. Join any session during the live presentation times.

  • Recorded webinars will be also available to you after the conference concludes, so you will now be able to view more breakout sessions than ever before!

  • CEU's

Opening Keynote

8:00am - 9:00am

CHANGING THE CULTURE SURROUNDING MENTAL ILLNESS:  IT’S WAY PAST TIME 

John T. Broderick, Jr.—Senior Director External Affairs, Dartmouth-Hitchcock

Former Chief Justice John Broderick of the NH Supreme Court has a compelling, meaningful, and informative personal story that is certain to capture your attention, and your heart. You will leave the presentation being aware of the five signs of emotional distress and how you can identify them.

The initial presentation has been pre-recorded to be followed by a live question & answer "chat" session with John Broderick at the end of the session.

Break / Visit the Virtual Vendor Hall

9:00am - 9:30am

Breakout Sessions

9:30am - 10:30am

  • Best Practice in Hearing Conservation

  • Changing The Stigma Around Mental Health

  • Hazards In Emergency Planning

  • Artificial Intelligence; Powered Risk Analysis

Break / Visit the Virtual Vendor Hall

10:30am - 11:00am

Breakout Sessions

11:00am - 12:00pm

  • A S.A.F.E. Way Out Of Slips & Falls

  • Talk Saves Lives:  An Introduction to Suicide Prevention

  • What's In Your Bag?  "Go Bag" Tools & Ideas For Being Prepared

  • DOT Examinations, Tips, Tricks & Pearls. 

Lunch Break / Visit the Virtual Vendor Hall

12:00pm -12:30pm

OSHA Update

12:30pm - 1:00pm

"OSHA Area 1 Update: COVID 19 Response" 

Break / Visit the Virtual Vendor Hall

1:00pm - 1:30pm

Breakout Sessions 

1:30pm - 2:30pm

  • LOTO: Practical Strategies To Maintain Compliance & Prevent Injuries

  • Welcome to the Safety Profession!  Now What?

  • Run, Hide, Fight: Individual Actions In An Active Shooter Event

  • Commercial Motor Vehicles and the seven safety categories

Break / Visit the Virtual Vendor Hall

2:30pm - 3:00pm

Breakout Sessions 

3:00pm - 4:00pm

  • Fall Protection w/ Virtual Reality Technology

  • Heat Stress: Risk Factors, Evaluating & Controlling Worker Exposure

  • Opioids & Work:  Resources For Building An Opioids Awareness Program

  • Let’s help our employees drive safely!

ASSP/NSCNNE Networking Social

4:00pm - 5:00pm

Keynote Speaker

8:00am - 9:00am

A SAFER TOMORROW: NAVIGATING THE CHANGED WORLD OF WORK

John Dony- Director, Campbell Institute: National Safety Council 

This spring, the world was turned on its head, and no industry has been unaffected by the global impact of COVID-19. While there is no doubt the past several months have been a trying time, many organizations have risen to the challenge of keeping their people safe throughout this crisis. In April, the National Safety Council convened a national task force of such employers, along with trade associations, government organizations, doctors, mental health experts, and perspectives from the legal, HR, and labor communities.  Dubbed SAFER (Safe Actions for Employee Returns), this task force has proposed recommendations and provided tools for employers readying to return to or expand operations. This session will share some key ongoing recommendations from the task force as we enter into the next phase of our shared mission to keep our people safe, from the workplace to anyplace.

Break / Visit the Virtual Vendor Hall

9:00am - 9:30am

Breakout Sessions

9:30am - 10:30am

  • NFPA 2113: Selection, Care & Maintenance for FR

  • Aging Workforce

  • Boots on the Ground, Drones in the Air

  • Drug & Alcohol Clearinghouse

Break / Visit the Virtual Vendor Hall

10:30am - 11:00am

Breakout Sessions

11:00am - 12:00pm

  • Advise for Managing an OSHA Inspection

  • EEOC Harassment Prevention & "Kindness" Training

  • ISO 45001- The New Safety Standard

  • Canabis: New Products, New Rules, New Concerns

Lunch Break / Visit the Virtual Vendor Hall

12:00pm -12:30pm

Afternoon Session Speaker

12:30pm - 1:00pm

TO BE DETERMINED

Afternoon Session

1:00pm - 2:15pm

GOVERNOR'S RECOVERY FRIENDLY WORKPLACE

Shannon Bresaw- Program Director

This session will explore the development and implementation of New Hampshire’s Recovery Friendly Workplace (RFW) initiative, established by Gov. Chris Sununu in 2018. It empowers businesses to promote health and wellness by creating work environments that address substance use concerns head on. The initiative gives businesses the resources and support they need to foster a supportive environment that encourages the success of their employees in recovery — empowering workplaces to proactively challenge stigma, provide support for people recovering from substance use disorder, and prevent substance misuse.

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