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  • Complete the online application and fee payment
  • Complete the Safety Program Review (SPRS)
  • Auditor reviews and scores the SPRS
  • Potential Home Office Audit

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CCS Roundtable - August 17

Preventing Serious Injuries and Fatalities


Over the past several years a surprising pattern has emerged as the rate of recordable injuries has declined, but the rate of serious injuries and fatalities (SIFs) is either flat or increasing. The industry has worked hard to reduce the number of incidents, but what is being overlooked that is still causing these catastrophic events?

Join CCS for its summer Roundtable to hear what people in the construction and facilities maintenance industry are doing with regard to Serious Injury and Fatality (SIF) prevention. The Roundtable will kick off with the 2017 CCS Award Winners sharing what they did to earn their respective awards. 

Dr. Dominic Cooper of B-Safe Management Solutions will then provide an overview of what Serious Inury and Fatality (SIF) is and how you can work to prevent catastrophic events. Dr. Cooper will share construction industry statstics for Indiana as well as data from his experience in working iwht companies around the world. He will provide tools that attendees can use in their own operations to assess risks to prevent serious injuries.

Following Dr. Cooper's presentation, there will be a panel discussion with Dow AgroSciences, Eli Lilly and BMWC Constructors who will share real world experience with SIF prevention.

The CCS Roundtable will be held August 17, 2017 from 7:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. at Bowen Engineering, 8802 N. Meridian St. in Indianapolis.

Cost:      $45 for 1st attendee; $35 for 2nd attendee; $25 for each additional attendee

Click here for more information and to register.

Deadline to register is Monday, August 14, 2017 at 12:00 p.m. EDT. Cancellations made after the deadline will not be refunded.