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Wednesday, February 6

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Speaker(s)


9am Central

Lower Fleet Risk with Driver Performance Telematics

Telematics typically is any integrated use of telecommunications and informatics, also known as ICT (Information and Communications Technology). It allows us to look at historical performance and predictive analytics. In this presentation participants will learn about telematics and its use in fleets, cars, buses etc to help drivers self-improve their driving (i.e. safe driving). With GreenRoad telematics, we will show how companies can realize significant savings because better drivers have fewer collision incidents, use less fuel and reduce vehicle emissions.

 

Dondi Dismer - Director of North America Sales Engineering, GreenRoad and Shari Falkenburg MS, OTR, CPE, UL RRE - Asst Vice President - Risk Control Commercial Casualty Services, CNA


11am Central

How Risk Control Professionals can use the ANSI/ASSE/ISO 31000 (Z690 2011) Risk Management—Guidelines

The first international standards on the practice of risk management were adopted in 2009 as a series of two standards and one guideline. They’ve been widely adopted around the world; implementation in the U.S. has been slower. This session is designed to bring you “up to speed!”

BONUS: All attendees will receive a FREE electronic copy of the ANSI/ASSE/ISO 31000 (Z690 2011) Risk Management Guidelines.

 

Dorothy Gjerdrum, ARM-P, Executive Director, Public Entity & Scholastic Div., Arthur J. Gallagher Brokers & Risk Mgmt Svcs. and Jim Newberry, CHST, Assistant Vice President & Risk Control Manager, Island Insurance Company, Ltd.


1pm Central

Professional Liability and Copyright Issues

The focus of this session is to educate safety professionals on the liability exposures they personally face as they perform their job duties.  The nature of the safety profession and the work we perform, leaves us subject to a number of potential liability issues.  At the end of the session participants should be able to:

  • Describe the general concepts of professional liability
  • Apply copyright law
 

Jason Schaufenbuel


3pm Central

Effective Communication Skills

During this session we will look at the different ways we communicate – and our different audiences. We will look at ways to create rapport and how to establish your role as an expert through communication.
As a result of reviewing this session participants will:

  • Improve their ability to communicate internally and externally.
  • Understand the importance of successful communication as a loss control consultant
  • Learn different communication skills to be used with different customers (internal and external)
  • Be able to tailor the communication style based on the recipient of the information
 

Diana M. Stegall, CSP, ALCM, ARM, CPCU
Loss Control Consultant, United Heartland

 



 

Thursday, February 7

Time

Session

 

Speaker(s)


9am Central

The Safety Professional versus the Loss Control Professional:
What is the difference?

This session will contrast and compare the two subsets of the safety profession. It will include an overview of the skill sets need for each to be successful and a case study on the impact on a manufacturer’s safety process from the inside and the outside.

 

Fran Sehn MS, CSP, MS
Vice President – Casualty Risk Control Services
Willis of PA


11am Central

Safety Apps - Technology Tools for the Loss Control Professional 

 

Mark D. Oldham, CSP
Senior Loss Control Consultant
Lockton Companies


1pm Central

2013 Experience Rating Changes: How Will Mods Be Impacted?

In 2013, most states utilizing NCCI, as well as several independent bureaus, have approved the most significant change to experience rating in over 20 years. While many risks will benefit from this change, others must prepare for an increase in their mod. Contractors who are required to have a mod of a certain value may be especially vulnerable. Learn more about this multi-year transition and what employers can do to best control their mods.

 

Kory Wells, Product Director, Data Analytics, Zywave, Inc.


3pm Central

Reader-Centered Business Writing

Clear writing reflects clear thinking. This webinar will introduce participants to a strategic yet practical process for increasing the quality and impact of every aspect of your daily business writing.

 

Diane Bailey-Boulet, Vice President, Better Communications and Shari Falkenburg MS, OTR, CPE, UL RRE - Asst Vice President - Risk Control Commercial Casualty Services, CNA