Safety Inspections

  • March 12, 2021
    11:45 am - 1:15 pm

Topic:  Why you should conduct a Safety Inspection

This session is designed for those responsible for conducting or supervising safety inspections, as well as for those responsible for training safety and/or health inspectors. Attendees gain the confidence needed to manage and conduct an effective safety inspection program that identifies hazards before they cause problems.

  • Why safety inspections are important
  • What to look for (Hazards, Compliance, Behaviors)
  • How to plan and conduct an effective safety inspection
  • Framework for corrective action
  • How to communicate results
  • Closing the loop on inspection findings and recommendations

Speaker:  Dane Mall, Alliant

Dane specializes in developing and implementing customized safety and loss prevention programs and training for large and small public entities. Areas of expertise in loss control training include, but not limited to: OSHA compliance, confined space entry, trenching, ergonomics, slip, trip and fall prevention, distracted driving, flagger safety, supervisor safety workshops, safety culture, accident investigation, fleet safety and other injury prevention offerings.

With over 25 years of public entity risk management experience, Dane served as risk manager for Lake County, Illinois, Village of Glenview and the Park District Risk Management Agency (PDRMA). Dane is an accomplished public speaker and trainer with a comfort level in speaking to all levels of an organization. Dane has spoken at the Public Risk Management Association, National Association of County Officials and the Illinois Park and Recreation Association. Dane is an active member of the American Society of Safety Professionals and former President of the Illinois Chapter of the Public Risk Management Association. Dane earned a bachelor of arts in history from Eastern Illinois University and a master’s in public administration from Roosevelt University. He also holds Associate in Risk Management (ARM), Associate in Claims (AIC) designations from the Insurance Institute of America, a Certified Ergonomic Assessment Specialist (CEAS) designation from the Back School of Atlanta and is an authorized OSHA Outreach Trainer.

Agenda:

11:40 am                           Networking

11:55 am                             Chapter Announcements & Introductions

~Noon to ~1:00 pm        Presentation

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Venue:   Zoom Meeting

Description:

The information for the Zoom Meeting will be emailed to attendees in the registration confirmation email.