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
NEED EXTERNAL TRAINING CREDITS?
Check out the below links for the quarterly and yearly flyers with the BWC Division of Safety & Hygiene courses scheduled in the current fiscal year at the Governor’s Hill Service Office!
QUARTERLY CLASS SCHEDULE AT GOVERNOR'S HILL
YEARLY CLASS SCHEDULE AT GOVERNOR'S HILL
These courses include important professional development/continuing education benefits, no-added cost value and quality educational content. Additionally, as you know, BWC classroom courses also qualify for safety council rebate external training credit!!
HFC Donates $1,000.00 to Maria's Message
On Tuesday, September 9th, Safety Council Manager Dessie Buchanan and Roger Blackburn, Fayette County Chamber of Commerce, presented a donation of $1,000.00 from the HFC Safety Council to the Maria Tiberi Foundation.
The Foundation was created by Dom Tiberi, Columbus sportscaster, following the fatal crash of his 21 year old daughter, Maria, in September 2013. The goal of the Foundation is to bring the dangerous issue of distracted driving to the forefront, specifically targeted to new drivers as "11% of all drivers under the age of 20 involved in fatal crashes were reported as distracted at the time of the crash." (Source)
The donation from the Safety Council will assist the Foundation to purchase distracted driving simulator machines to help raise awareness among drivers as to the dangers and challenges of distracted driving. The simulators will be available for participants to use so more people can get a first hand understanding of the dangers of distracted driving.
For more information on "Maria's Message," visit http://www.mariatiberifoundation.org/
Our Next Meeting Is:
Southern State Community College, Washington Court House, Fayette County
Presentation: Shiftwork - Safety and Wellness
Speaker: Rich Pollard, TimberTech