AREA SAFETY NETWORK
JANUARY MEETING NOTICE
DATE: January 11, 2018
TIME: 8:00 a.m. Breakfast
8:30 a.m. Program Begins (program will last 2 hours)
COST: $20.00 for Member/Students-$25.00 for non-members
Cash or checks payable- Jefferson County Area Safety Network (JCASN)
Fees Due at Time of Registration or At the Door
LOCATION: Workforce Development Center
UW Extension Office
864 Collins Road
Jefferson, WI 53549 Rooms 08 & 09-Lower Level
ORDER: Jake Lowell – JCASN Chair
State Risk Management
PROGRAM: “Finding the ‘Y’ of Safet_” – Would you intentionally hurt the people you love?
This presentation is powerful, it’s personal, and it leaves an impact. It is very pointed at why everyday personal safety, on or off the job, is an absolute must in life. It reminds us that in the blink of an eye, the lives of those we love and protect can be changed and their security put at risk. This presentation answers why we tend to lapse into patterns of unsafe behaviors and why we tend to take chances in the work we do. It presents five specific fundamentals on improving workplace safety. Most importantly, it ‘promises’ to give you an ending you’re not likely to forget.
SPEAKER: Paul J. Lawonn is a partner at North Point Knowledge & Training and has more than three decades of industrial safety and leadership experience. In his career, he has provided direct safety assistance to more than 100 companies. His knowledge of and expertise in the OSHA General Industry standards has helped many companies achieve long term success with their safety programs. Working with so many different types of companies gives Paul a unique insight on how to apply safety strategies and proven leadership concepts to many types of business settings and environments. Prior to North Point, Paul managed the safety function at Harley-Davidson’s powertrain operation in Milwaukee. In the middle of his career, Paul directed the professional safety consulting staff of MRA-The Management Association, one of the largest employer’s associations in America. He was the lead safety instructor and maintained a very active consulting relationship with member companies. After a tour of duty with the Navy, Paul began his career at the Miller Brewing Company where he supervised various safety, security, and emergency response functions. He was a firefighter/EMT for his community’s paid-on-call fire department and eventually served as the assistant fire chief for several years. During that time, he was the industrial member for a technical college fire science advisory board. Today, Paul concentrates his professional efforts advancing his passions for designing safe work, creating safe work environments, and cultivating the competencies of frontline leaders.
NOTES: Please contact Mary Hughes/Fort HealthCare HealthWorks to RSVP no later than Monday, January 8, 2018.
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