The Strategic HR link within Safety and Workers’ Compensation

February 20, 2018
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
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Springhill Suites Chattanooga North Ooltewah
8876 Old Lee Highway
Ooltewah, TN 37363

The Strategic HR link within Safety and Workers’ Compensation

In many organizations, safety and workers compensation are the responsibility of the HR team.  If not, HR plays an integral part when working on these issues.  Either way, every employee’s health, safety, and security is a top company concern.  In this member’s only breakfast meeting, you will hear from safety experts on what highly successful companies understand about safety, and what they’re doing about it.

Key topics include:

  • Supervisory safety leadership - indispensable for preventing claims and reducing impacts
  • Roles for Safety and Human Resources
    • Impact of onboarding, communication, skill development, reporting process and setting expectations
  • Practical, proven examples of tools for building and reinforcing safety culture
  • Guidelines to consider regarding managing FMLA with Workers’ Compensation


Speaker Bio:

Bill Kincaid, Vice President & Senior Loss Consultant for Lockton Companies, is responsible for developing and supporting comprehensive loss prevention activities with particular focus on ergonomics, safety management, and training – with an overall goal to substantially reduced injury frequency, severity, and costs. Through strategy and training, Bill and his team work to produce measurable improved productivity, efficiency, and safety for every client they work with. Bill maintains his Certified Safety Professional designation and Certified Environmental, Safety and Health Trainer designation.   Joining him will be Ron Reynolds, Vice President & Compensation Practice Leader for Lockton Companies. He has over twenty years of compensation experience in the financial, consumer products, manufacturing, and consulting industries. He also serves as an expert witness on litigation cases dealing with compensation issues.

This event is Free and includes Breakfast

SHRM 1.5  credit hours; HRCI 1.5 credit hours pending


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