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Reduce Recordable Injuries with a Musculoskeletal Safety Program

The Chamber of Commerce, in collaboration with the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation will host Hancock County Safety Council, featuring a presentation titled “Reduce Recordable Injuries with a Musculoskeletal Safety Program” on Thursday, June 2nd from 11:30 am – 12:30 pm. This webinar costs $10 to attend.

The webinar will feature main speaker Dale Bugay, a recognized industry leader with a distinguished 35+ year career in the integration of risk management and employee health solutions

This session will explain how employers can reduce musculoskeletal (MSD) recordables by using the new OSHA First Aid guidelines to resolve minor MSD symptoms before they become injuries.  An overview of the program will highlight how Ohio employers have successfully reduced recordable MSD claims by 65% and MSD workers compensation costs by 55% since 2018. Speaker: Dale Bugay, Executive Director, Occupational Accountable Care LLC who has over 35 years of risk management experience with Ohio employers.

Registration can be done online at www.HancockCountySafetyCouncil.com.

The Hancock County Safety Council is co-sponsored by the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation Safety & Hygiene Division, and holds regular meetings to increase awareness of a safe environment in the workplace.

For more information, visit HancockCountySafetyCouncil.com, contact The Findlay•Hancock County Chamber of Commerce at 419.422.3313, or email info@FindlayHancockChamber.com.

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