Safety 2013From sustainability to risk assessment to residential fall protection, Safety 2013 sessions will cover a wide range of EHS-related topics.

To give you a scheduling heads’ up, here’s a sampling of notable breakout sessions you may want to attend:

Tuesday, June 25:

Complacency: The Silent Killer

10:30 am – 11:45 am

Complacency makes it easier for people to take their eyes and mind off the task at hand.
This session will demonstrate how an organization can efficiently minimize the
effects of complacency in the workplace.

Room: #N109

Presenter: Larry Wilson
SafeStart, A Division of Electrolab
Ltd., Belleville, Ontario, Canada

I2P2 – How Does the California Experience Impact the Federal Debate?

10:30 am – 11:45 am

The California Injury Illness and Prevention Program (IIPP) has been in existence
since 1991. Safety professionals should understand the lessons learned from
California, and how its program could impact the federal I2P2 regulation –
including the types of legal challenges that succeeded or failed when employers
contested California IIPP citations.

Room: # N103

Presenter: Matthew T. Deffebach, J.D. and Katie G. Chatterton, J.D.
Haynes and Boone, LLP, Houston, TX

Enhancing Safety Barriers for the Next Generation of Gulf of Mexico Drilling Mobile Offshore Drilling Units

10:30 am – 11:45 am

A description of a case study of how a major Oil and Gas Operator and Drilling
Contractor teamed up to positively influence the new generation of Gulf of
Mexico (GOM) mobile offshore drilling units (MODUs), given contractual and
schedule constraints.

Room: #N239

Presenter: Yaneira E. Saud, CSP, ERM and Kumar (Chris) Isranoi, ERM
America’s Risk Practice, Houston, TX

Risk Assessment – The Missing Link for EHS Professionals

10:30 am – 11:45 am

An examination of the UK/EU approach to risk assessment that, unlike in the USA,
is a legal requirement. Risk assessment procedures and practices will be
highlighted, and quantitative methodology for risk assessment linked to control
actions and timescales will be demonstrated.

Room: Ballroom C – Las Vegas Hotel

Presenter: Lawrence Bamber, CFIOSH, FIRM, BSc
Risk Solutions International,
Poynton, Cheshire, United Kingdom
Risk Frisk, Ltd., Hatfield,
Hertfordshire, United Kingdom

Safety’s Impact on Sustainability

3:15 pm – 4:15 pm

Real world insight on how safety is impacting sustainability within organizations.

Room: #N116

Presenter: Darryl C. Hill, Ph.D., CSP
ABB, Inc, Southfield, MI

Kathy A. Seabrook, CSP, CMIOSH, EurOSHM
Global Solutions, Inc., Mendham, NJ

Wednesday, June 26:

Sustainability at Any Speed

10:30 am – 11:45 am

The right approach for getting a corporation’s safety sustainability program to its
highest level one program element at a time, using hazard analysis, inspections
and investigations elements as examples.

Room: #N107

Presenter: Paul A. Esposito, CSP, CIH, ESIS,
Health, Safety and Environmental Consulting, Baltimore, MD

Round Table Discussion: Sustainability 101: What Does This Mean & What’s the Value

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Listen to SH&E professionals discuss the importance of workplace safety in the
global sustainability movement

Room: #N227

Thursday, June 27:

Residential Construction Fall Protection Update

9:15 am – 10:15 am

A review of regulations from various State plans. The process a homebuilder
followed to implement safe work practices and fall protection solutions that
comply with Sub part M, ANSI A10.32 and Z359 standards and details on equipment
use, installation and problems encountered during implementation.

Room: #N102

Presenter: Thomas P. Trauger, ARM,
Winchester Homes, Bethesda, MD

Integrating Risk Management and Prevention Through Design (PtD) Standards

9:15 am – 10:15 am

Relationships between Risk Management principles and PtD.

Room: #N231

Presenter: Georgi I. Popov, PhD., QEP,
University of Central Missouri, Overland Park, KS
John N. Zey, Ed.D., CIH
University of Central Missouri,
Warrensburg, MO

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