Key to Level Descriptions

Our conference brings wide variety of perspectives to our attendees through specialized sessions. Session will be identified by experience levels to help you better navigate the conference. Levels are:

(B) Two to five years of experience is identified as Basic.

(I) Six to ten years of experience is identified as Intermediate.

(A) 10 years plus experience is identified as advanced.

(E) In addition, we have identified Executive Level sessions.

Wednesday, June 11, 2008 - Concurrent Sessions

10:45am - 12:00pm

601 Construction Can Be Hazardous to Your Health
602 SH&E Metrics: From Compliance to System Improvement
603 Anhydrous Ammonia Safety
604 Safety to the Rescue?
605 Safety and the Law
606 Nanotechnology
607 International Professional Safety Practice
608 Incorporating Safety into Your Company’s Design-Build Process
609 Sponsored by the Industrial Hygiene Practice Specialty: The World Is Not Flat… Controlling Workplace Risk
610 The Aging Workforce - It’s Not Just Ergonomics
611 OSHA Current Activities Update
612 Achieving Optimal Safety Results by Managing Change with Interpersonal Skills
613 Crucial Confrontations
614 Creating a Safety Culture in a High Reliability Organization
615 Sponsored by the Safety Professionals and the Latino Workforce Common Interest Group: Are You Prepared to Effectively Train Your Hispanic Workers?
616 Sponsored by the Standards Development Committee and the Construction Practice Specialty: A10 Construction and Demolition Safety Standards Forum
617 Fall Protection in Aerial Platforms
618 In-Vehicle Technology: Managing Crash Risk Before the Crash Occurs
619 Sponsored by the Risk Management / Insurance Practice Specialty: Key Issue Roundtable #4 - Career-Pathing in Carrier Loss Control
621 Expo Education - Gas Detection Technology for Confined Space Entry
1:00pm - 2:00pm

625 The Competent Person Duties for Excavations
626 Assessing the Best-in-Class - What Drives Superior Safety Performance?
627 Proven Strategies for Implementing Change
628 TSCA Chemical Recordkeeping and Reporting
629 Sponsored by the Ergonomics Branch of the Industrial Hygiene Practice Specialty: Enhanced Ergonomics: What Works with the Aging Workforce
630 Effective Security Planning
631 Sponsored by the Healthcare Practice Specialty: Designing an Emergency Management Program Utilizing Lean Six Sigma
632 Sponsored by the Industrial Hygiene Practice Specialty: Hazard Awareness, Recognition, and Control: So, Why Don’t You Have Time to CHAT?
633 Establishing an OSHA Outreach Training Program in Latin-America: A Case Study in Quito-Ecuador
634 Why Safety and Health Professionals Should Be Interested in Work Underway at NIOSH/NORA
635 Emerging Issues: Navigating UFOs - Unidentified Foreign Objects
636 Applying Science to Claim Management
637 Foundation for Safety Excellence
638 Near-Miss Reporting: The Forgotten Piece for Successful Safety Cultures
639 Continuous Safety Improvement - A Successful Case Study
640 Transform Your Safety Culture: Perception through Continuous Improvement
641 Fall Protection Training: Get What You Need
642 Sponsored by the Engineering Practice Specialty: Intervention Effectiveness Research - Computer Modeling of Safety and Health Program Design and Incident Rate Forecasting
643 Sponsored by the Transportation Practice Specialty: Key Issue Roundtable #5 - Hours of Service Changes and the Effects on Fleet Safety
644 Fundamentals of SH&E - Workplace Health 101C
645 Expo Education - Conducting Slip, Trip and Fall Investigations
3:00pm - 4:15pm

650 Effective Methods of Managing Contractor Safety to Minimize Risks and Legal Liability
651 Taming the Roller Coaster - Resilience in Action
652 Sponsored by the Hospitality Branch of the Management Practice Specialty: Productive Incident Investigation of Strains, Sprains & Pain
653 Sponsored by the Fire Protection Branch of the Engineering Practice Specialty: Safe Practices for Traffic Incident Responders
654 Green Beans and Ice Cream: The Definitive Recipe for Employee Engagement, Motivation and Recognition
655 Sponsored by the Industrial Hygiene Practice Specialty: Health Education and Wellness for EHS Practitioners!
656 Sponsored by the International Practice Specialty: Preventing and Managing Workplace Violence: An International Learning Perspective
657 OSHA Forum - Construction Health Cases
658 Identity Theft - Actions for Detection, Prevention, Redemption
659 Sponsored by the Risk Management / Insurance and Transportation Practice Specialties: Enterprise Risk Management Profiling and Benchmarking for H&S and Fleet Risk Managers
660 Creating Sustainable Leadership Drive and Commitment for a Safety Culture
661 Your Actions Speak So Loudly I Can’t Hear a Word You Said
662 Auditing Compliance with Work Permit Procedures
663 The Compelling Display of EH&S Data to Achieve Desired Decision Making
664 Teaching or Preaching: Why Stories Can Improve Safety Training
665 Dust Explosion Hazard Assessment
666 Compressed Gas Cylinder Safety
667 Sponsored by the Standards Development Committee and the Engineering Practice Specialty: Qualified Person Duties to Create a Fall Protection System Meeting ANSI Z359
668 Sponsored by the Industrial Hygiene Practice Specialty: Key Issue Roundtable #6 - Control Banding
669 Cuasi-Accidentes: Qué Significan Para La Gerencia? / Near Misses: What Do They Mean to Management? - Delivered in Spanish
670 Expo Education - Key Safety Performance Indicators and Safety Management Software
4:30pm - 5:30pm

675 Sponsored by the Standards Development Committee and the Engineering Practice Specialty: Fall Management: Taking it to the Next Level - A Comprehensive Analysis of Trends and Best Practices
676 6-1/2 Simple Tools to Prove Value, Gain Cooperation, and Save Lives
677 Sponsored by the Management and Environmental Practice Specialties: @ Your Service: Greening Your Company and Creating an Environmentally Sustainable Culture
678 Sponsored by the Ergonomics Branch of the Industrial Hygiene Practice Specialty: Ergonomics Risk Assessment: Determining When, Why, and How You Should Perform One
679 Creating a Culture Where Employees Own Safety
680 Mold Inspections - The Hurdles of the Site Professional
681 Designing Safety In… and Keeping It There!
682 OSHA Forum - Construction Safety Cases
683 Sponsored by the Risk Management / Insurance and Transportation Practice Specialties: Start Rolling the D.I.C.E. on Your Safety and Risk Management Projects
684 The Essence of Safety - Do You Really Know Safety?
685 Achieving Optimum Productivity from an Aging Work Force
686 Increasing Our Safe Work Habits at the Beliefs Level
687 Sponsored by the International Practice Specialty: Trans-cultural Leadership - Toward Greater Occupational Safety and Health
688 Yes You Can… Conduct Your Own Safety Perception Survey
689 Sponsored by the Consultants Practice Specialty: No Reading or Writing Required: Safety Training Activities for Everyone
691 Electrical Safety Breakdown: An Investigative Method for Electrical Events that Will Save Lives
692 Fact vs. Reality: Common Myths About Driver Safety & Vehicle Crashes
693 Sponsored by the Public Sector Practice Specialty: Key Issue Roundtable #7 - Getting Leaders to Understand Safety
694 Fundamentals of SH&E - Environment 101D
695 Expo Education - First Aid and CPR/AED Training: Assessing and Retaining Program Effectiveness