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SAFETY IS OUR BUSINESS!

SAFETY MATTERS: 

Ross County Safety Council provides a forum to examine and resolve occupational safety and health issues. We strive to bring you the experts who can provide the information to make your workplace safe. 

Monthly meetings and interactive workshops provide an opportunity to learn from the experts about health and safety issues facing today's businesses. In addition, the Council is affiliated with the Bureau of Worker's Compensation (BWC) Division of Safety and Hygiene (DSH), and has access to their safety resources. 

We invite you to explore the Ross County Safety Council. Membership is free and is open to all companies, corporations, and individual employers in Ross, Pike, and Jackson Counties. 

If you have topics you would like addresses please contact Safety Council Manager Briana Hood at 740-702-2722.

Take advantage of this opportunity to network with and learn from experienced safety professionals.

PROGRAMMING: 
Ross County Safety Council hosts 11 regularly scheduled meetings a year, August through June. In addition to regular meetings multiple workshops or special events are hosted throughout the fiscal year. 

ELIGIBILITY: 
Employers must meet all rebate program eligibility requirements to be eligible for any rebate. 

  • Enroll in Ross County Safety Council (RCSC) by July 31, 2016
  • Attend 10 meetings or events, at least through RCSC. Employers have the option to earn a maximum of two external training credits. 
  • CEO (Highest ranking local authority) must attend any one RCSC hosted meeting or special event. The RCSC is the ultimate authority on approving a "qualified" representative to fulfill the CEO requirement. 
  • Submit semi-annual reports for the calendar year.
“It is very important to stay up to speed on safety in the work place. The meetings are full of important information to pass along to employees and managers.”Mark Littler Globe Furniture

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Help us reach our goals!

Ross County Safety Council's goal is to be recognized as the state of Ohio's number one Safety Council by member employers, the community and, the BWC. Will you help us reach that goal? Your attendance matters! ​
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