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  • Presented by the Minnesota Safety Council minnesotasafetycouncil.org

    CONFERENCE

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    May 35, 2016MINNEAPOLIS CONVENTION CENTER1301 SECOND AVENUE SOUTH

    SAFETY& HEALTH

    MINNESOTA82nd Annual

    Image Allen Zumach, St. Paul, MN

  • MAJOR SPONSORSThe Eddy Family Foundation

    ADDITIONAL SPONSORSJ.J. Keller

    Malmborgs Garden Center and Greenhouse

    Mancomm

    Minnesota Chamber of Commerce

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    MINNESOTA SAFETY & HEALTH CONFERENCEPRESENTING SPONSORS

    Philips Healthcare

    SOS Technologies

    Totally Chocolate

    Minnesota Power an ALLETE Company

    Andersen Corporation

    Otter Tail Power Company

    Xcel Energy

    SFM Companies

    AAA

    CenterPoint Energy

    Sanford Health

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    @MNSafetyCouncilMNSafetyCouncil

    HILTON MINNEAPOLIS 1001 Marquette Avenue South Minneapolis, MN 55403 Phone: 612-376-1000

    ROOM RATES Single or double room: $150;

    additional person: $20; tax: 13.40%

    ONLINE RESERVATIONS Visit https://resweb.passkey.com/

    go/2016MSH

    PHONE RESERVATIONS Call 1-888-933-5363 and reference

    the conference group code: mns

    All reservations must be received by the hotel no later than 5:00 p.m. on April 5, 2016. Any reservation requests received after this date will be subject to hotel availability.

    Full conference brochure available online at: minnesotasfetycouncil.org/ conf (printed copies available at the conference only we are saving trees and being sustainable!)

    Register online or see page 5. Pick up name badges and luncheon tickets on-site only. You will not receive a packet in the mail prior to the conference.

    Registration desk will open at 7:00 a.m. each day.

    Expanded content more than 75 sessions featuring leading experts and practitioners from all over the country, selected not only for their knowledge, but also their skill in engaging and energizing attendees, including Deborah A.P. Hersman, President & CEO, National Safety Council.

    New Exhibit Hall hours: Tuesday, May 3, and Wednesday, May 4, 7:30 a.m. 2:00 p.m. more than 135 exhibitors who know about safety and health regulations and issues, and how their services can help you make your programs work.

    Meet the Experts in Booth 119 Stop by and get your questions answered! See page 23 for details.

    BIG THIS YEAR . . . we are expanding our app to put conference information at your fingertips. Stay tuned for details!

    M CSAFETY

    PAUL W. AASEN President, Minnesota Safety Council

    The 82nd annual Minnesota Safety and Health Conference is here! Three days, 1400+ participants, more than 100 speakers and trainers, 135 vendors and exhibitors, Governors

    Safety Awards . . . all wrapped into the Minneapolis Convention Center for one purpose . . . to make you, your company, your community and your state a safer place to work, drive and live!

    Are you a veteran safety professional?

    Catch up on the latest information and equipment plus network with your peers.

    Are you new to the safety profession? Start collecting your certifications by attending the training sessions.

    Maybe youre the Human Resources Director who just got handed the safety program?

    Complete the Basic Workplace Safety Certificate it could be just the information you need.

    Do you drive? Does anyone at your company drive? From distracted driving to motorcycle safety, we have driving covered.

    Anything else? The app is back! We will have an updated and improved app for the conference. The app is the best way to track sessions and get all the session information and presentations.

    The full conference brochure is online, linked from minnesotasafetycouncil.org/conf. Please check it out. The full program will also be available at the conference.

    All of you work very hard to keep others and yourself safe. Thank you for your dedication and I look forward to seeing you at the conference!

    If you need to know something about safety, this Conference is for you!

    PRESENTED BY THE MINNESOTA SAFETY COUNCIL | minnesotasafetycouncil.org/conf

    New in 2016 Hotel

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    attend for only $315 (Three-Day All-Conference) or $185 (One-Day Registration).

    CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS (CEUs)Its easy to earn CEUs for every Minnesota Safety & Health Conference session you attend! Heres how:

    Complete and return the registration form and session checklist or register online. Make sure to sign up for all the sessions you will attend that require pre-registration.

    Stop by the registration desk at the end of each day to let our staff know which session(s) you attended and that youd like to receive CEUs for them.

    Your CEU certificates will arrive in the mail following the conference.

    CERTIFICATION MAINTENANCE POINTSABIH, CSP, CHMM and HRCI

    If youre a Certified Safety Professional or a Certified Hazardous Materials Manager, you can earn .5 CEUs for each full day you attend educational sessions at the Minnesota Safety & Health Conference for a total of up to 1.25 CEUs. If youre a Certified Industrial Hygienist, check out www.abih.org or if youre a Human Resources professional, check www.hrci.org for information. To receive your points:

    Stop by the registration desk and let our staff know which sessions you attended.

    For submission instructions, contact the Board of Certified Safety Professionals at 217-359-9263, the Human Resources Certification Institute at 866-898-4724, the Institute of Hazardous Materials Management at 301-984-8969 or see the American Board of Industrial Hygiene website at www.abih.org.

    You can register in the lobby of the Minneapolis Convention Center (1301 Second Avenue South) beginning at 7:00 a.m. each morning of the conference. BUT why not register online or by mail, phone or fax before April 5? Youll save big dollars, you wont have to stand in line, and youll help us plan for a smoother conference experience just for you!

    IMPORTANT REGISTRATION NOTES There are no refunds after APRIL 5, 2016.

    Payment is required with registration.

    Full-time students and retired persons may attend conference sessions at no charge if preregistered. (Luncheon tickets extra)

    REMINDER: PICK UP PACKET ON-SITE ONLY Conference receipts will be e-mailed.

    All name badges and luncheon tickets will be distributed on-site in the lobby of the Minneapolis Convention Center beginning at 7:00 a.m. each morning.

    SPECIAL GROUP PRICINGJoin the many organizations who think the Minnesota Safety & Health Conference is so important to their safety program that they send several of their employees (their safety committee, union safety representatives, key supervisory personnel, the whole safety staff)! The more people you send, the more you save!

    Heres the deal! Register two people from the same organization for the same type of ticket (see page 5 for ticket details). Register an unlimited number of additional people from the same organization for the same type of ticket and each additional person may

    May 35, 2016MINNEAPOLIS CONVENTION CENTER1301 SECOND AVENUE SOUTH

    TO REGISTER FOR THE 2016 CONFERENCE: REGISTER ONLINE OR

    COMPLETE the registration form and session checklist on pages 5 and 6. Mail or fax BOTH PAGES to the Minnesota Safety Council.

    QUESTIONS? Call 651-291-9150 / 800-444-9150; or e-mail us at msc@minnesotasafetycouncil.org

    Registration

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    REGISTER ONLINE: minnesotasafetycouncil.org/conf (click Register Online)Please list names and titles of individual attendees and indicate which ticket number and date(s) attending. Attach additional list if needed. BONUS: Register two at the regular price for the same type of ticket and each additional person registered for that same type of ticket receives special group pricing!

    PAYMENT INFORMATION Check Enclosed (payable to Minnesota Safety Council)

    Credit Card: Visa MasterCard American Express

    Card #

    Name

    Signature

    Expiration Date Security Code

    Note: Payment MUST accompany conference registration. THERE ARE NO REFUNDS AFTER APRIL 5, 2016.

    Ticket 1 Three-Day All-Conference | May 35Includes admission to individual sessions all three days, and/or Basic Workplace Safety Certificate Series, plus lunch each day.

    Before 4/5 After 4/5Member $515 $615Nonmember $615 $715Group Discount $315 $415(Every attendee after the first two)

    Selected Amount $

    Ticket 2 One-Day Registration | May 3 or May 4Includes admission to individual sessions on one day plus lunch.

    Before 4/5 After 4/5Member $255 $295Nonmember $285 $325Group Discount $185 $225(Every attendee after the first two)

    Selected Amount $

    Ticket 3 Thursday Only Registration | May 5Includes admission to individual sessions on Thursday plus lunch.

    Before 4/5 After 4/5Member $175 $200Nonmember $195 $220Group Discount $140 $155(Every attendee after the first two)

    Selected Amount $

    REGISTERONLINE | Fax (pages 5 & 6): 651-291-7584

    Mail (pages 5 & 6): Minnesota Safety Council 2016 Minnesota Safety & Health Conference 474 Concordia Avenue, Saint Paul, MN 55103

    COMPANY INFORMATION Company Name

    Address

    City, State, Zip

    Phone

    E-mail*

    *Required conference receipts will be e-mailed

    CONFERENCE ATTENDEES1 Name

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    Please exclude my name from the Exhibitor Promotion List.

    2 Name

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    2016 Conference Registration

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    TUESDAY, MAY 3EXHIBIT HALL OPEN 7:30 a.m.2:00 p.m.OPENING SESSION 8:009:00 a.m.

    Life Would Be Easy, If It Werent for Other People Connie Podesta, Keynote Speaker

    ALL-DAY SESSION 9:30 a.m.4:00 p.m.

    Introduction to Occupational Safety**

    HALF-DAY SESSIONS 9:4511:45 a.m.

    Auditing Your Health and Safety Management System*

    Qualitative Respirator Fit Testing, Hands-On

    Reality-Based Inclusion: Building Resilience and Bulletproofing for Success*

    CONCURRENT SESSIONS 9:4510:45 a.m.

    Leadership, Like Youve Never Seen It Before Promoting Home Safety Through Work Ergonomics: Trends and Whats New Drugs and Alcohol in the Workplace: The Road Ahead, Part I

    Ladder Safety and the New NIOSH App Minnesota in the Crystal Ball Active Shooter/Armed Intruder: Lessons Learned and Updates

    SESSIONS 11:15 a.m.12:15 p.m.

    Communicating Across the Generations at Work

    Big Data and Leadership Engagement How to Complete a Security Assessment Drugs and Alcohol in the Workplace: The Road Ahead, Part II

    OSHA Inspection Update Five Steps to Improve Ergonomics in the Office

    6 Simple Tools to Prove Value, Gain Cooperation and Save Lives

    OSHA/HAZCOM: MNOSHA/RTK Compliance Directives You Need to Know

    NETWORKING LUNCHEON 11:45 a.m.2:00 p.m.TOURS

    Surly Brewing* FULL MnDOT Regional Transportation Management Center*

    3M Customer Innovation Center* Minneapolis Convention Center Sustainability/Green Tour*

    HALF-DAY SESSIONS 1:004:00 p.m.

    Confined Space Entry in Construction* Advanced Safety Training Techniques* Laser Safety Operator Training* Reality-Based Rules of the Workplace: The New Foundation for Boosting Employee Value, Driving Strategic Results and Fulfilling Organizational Missions*

    SESSIONS 2:003:30 p.m.

    Hearing Conservation Training* Predicting, Preventing and Eliminating: The Four Safety Truths from Your Inspections

    Identifying Cultural Hazards 4 Clues You Are Out of Balance

    NFPA 70E Electrical Safe Work Practices Five Mistakes Companies Make with Ergonomics

    Leadership: Its Not Just Positional, Its Personal

    Using Dogs to Minimize the Presence of Drugs and Contraband in the Workplace

    WEDNESDAY, MAY 4EXHIBIT HALL OPEN 7:30 a.m.2:00 p.m.OPENING SESSION 8:009:00 a.m.

    The Trust Edge, Part I David Horsager, Keynote Speaker

    ALL-DAY SESSIONS 9:30 a.m.4:00 p.m.

    Introduction to Occupational Health** Safety the Lean Way*

    HALF-DAY SESSIONS 9:4511:45 a.m.

    Safety Contacts: Caught You Doing Something Right!

    Occupational Fatigue: The Next BIG Issue Leadership for EHS Professionals* Managing Safety Resources: A Look at How Cities and Counties Implement Safety Programs

    Rescue Plans, Crisis Management Violence Prevention Planning and Implementation in the Hospital Setting

    CONCURRENT SESSIONS 9:4510:45 a.m.

    Touchstones for Inspired Leadership Forklifts Lifting Your Standards Behavior-Based Safety on a Budget

    SESSIONS 11:15 a.m.12:15 p.m.

    Pills and Weed in the Workplace: Managing Injury Risks

    You, the Inspired Motivator

    NETWORKING LUNCHEON 11:45 a.m.2:00 p.m. TOURS

    MnDOT Regional Transportation Management Center*

    Mall of America* Xcel Power Plant (Marshall Street)* Minneapolis Convention Center Sustainability/Green Tour*

    HALF-DAY SESSIONS 1:004:00 p.m.

    Look Out Below Dropped Object Prevention

    Active Shooter/Armed Intruder in Healthcare Settings

    SESSIONS 2:003:30 p.m.

    Safety Management Systems: A Comparison

    A Culture of Safety: Panel Presentation The Trust Edge, Part II Poison Prevention: Tox 101 for Everyone Easy and Safe Rider De-escalation Techniques for Preventing Workplace Violence

    A Culture of Traffic Safety: Panel Presentation Is Your PSM Program Earthquake-Proof?

    THURSDAY, MAY 5OPENING SESSION 8:009:15 a.m.

    Miracles Are Made Deborah A.P. Hersman, President & CEO, National Safety Council

    ALL-DAY SESSION 9:30 a.m.4:00 p.m.

    Introduction to Loss Control**

    HALF-DAY SESSIONS 9:3011:45 a.m.

    Legally Effective Incident Management Effective Electrical Safety Program Audits Workers Compensation/Return-To-Work Take Your Program to the Next Level

    S.A.V.E. Yourself Active Shooter Training

    CONCURRENT SESSIONS 9:3010:30 a.m.

    Protecting Temporary Workers: Whose Responsibility Is It?

    The Importance of Balance Are Your Employees Distracted Drivers? Roadside Safety Audits Are You Prepared? Aerial Lifts Raising Compliance to New Heights

    Sink or Swim: Thriving and Succeeding as a Leader

    SESSIONS 10:4511:45 a.m.

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