Reminder regarding HFC External Training Credits:
To be eligible for the BWC rebate through the HFC Safety Council, businesses must attend 10 monthly trainings (with potential for two external credits), submit the semi-annual reports, and have a CEO attend one meeting. You can find out more here:https://www.bwc.ohio.gov/downloads/blankpdf/screbateflyer14.pdf
You may have up to two credits through external trainings (the other eight must be HFC monthly meeting attendance). All of these must be submitted to the HFC Council no later than June 30, 2014, but should be submitted as the training is received.
External training may include:
Ohio Safety Congress - maximum of one meeting credit per event, no matter the number of sessions or days attended nor how many employer representatives in attendance;
BWC Division of Safety & Hygiene classroom courses - maximum of one meeting credit per course;
Industry -specific safety training - maximum of one meeting credit per scheduled training with at least one hour of safety curriculum;
Seminar, conference, or special event hosted by another safety council (not a monthly meeting)
Safety training conducted at the employer's workplace, online course or webinars do not qualify for external training credit.
The HFC Safety Council will be offering a "Fun Bus" trip to Safety Congress on Wednesday, March 26th, (Register for the FUN BUS HERE and SAFETY CONGRESS HERE). We will also be hosting a CEO luncheon and two business tours in the spring that will be applicable for credits.
If you have any questions, please contact us at 937-2737 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
RESERVE YOUR SEAT ON THE SAFETY CONGRESS “FUN BUS”
Welcome to the Highland-Fayette-Clinton Safety Council
The Highland-Fayette-Clinton (HFC) Safety Council provides our tri-county business community with quality programs addressing occupational safety and health, workers’ compensation, and risk management education and information. As a member, you’ll stay informed on the latest safety techniques, products, and services from qualified experts representing a wide range of occupational fields.
Participating in the HFC Safety Council can help you:
• Learn techniques for increasing safety in your workplace
• Learn how to better manage your workers’ compensation program
• Network with other employers in your community
• Access useful workers’ compensation and risk management information
• Earn a safety council rebate in addition to other discounts
March 5th Mtg:
The March meeting will be held on Wednesday, March 5th.
Ponderosa, Hillsboro, Highland County [Get Directions Here]
Presentation: Destination: Excellence Update from BWC
Speaker: Erin Rosiello,SW Regional Business Development Manager, BWC
Click HERE for more details...