This may be of interest to anyone who is based in the area or will be
visiting at the end of October.
The Genesee Valley Safety Conference is a not-for-profit Rochester-area
organization dedicated to providing safety-related training and professional
The conference described below will be held at the Xerox Corporation
facilities in Webster, NY (an eastern suburb of Rochester, NY). It is open
to anyone who wants to register. Questions should be sent to Linda Weitzel,
as noted at the end of the quoted material below.
The descriptive material is originally in the form of a PDF file, but since
attachments do not work well on these lists, I am copying the text to the
body of this note.
Peter Zavon, CIH
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A 1-Day Professional Development Conference
"Cost Effective HSE Strategies"
Ways of doing more - while spending less - to improve your Health & Safety
Date: Friday, October 30, 2009 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: Xerox - Webster Campus, Building 334 Cafeteria
(maps sent with course confirmation)
7:30 - 8:00 AM: Registration, Networking, Coffee & Bagels
Lunch: Asst. Deli Meats/ Sandwich fixings provided
Navigating the OSHA Website (to ENHANCE your Safety and Health Program)
Using the iKaizen Improvement Process
Managing an Ergonomics Program remotely
The Benefits of an Early Return to Work Program
An Innovative Incentive Program
Reducing training costs using Alternative Methods
Registration fee: $75.00 (Includes certificate of CEU's and BCSP/ABIH COC
Send your completed Registration form with payment to (checks made payable
Genesee Valley Safety Conference, P.O. Box 8189, West Webster, NY 14580
Registration forms must be received by Friday, October 16, 2009
City: ___________________________________ State: ______ Zip: __________
Phone: ________________ Fax: ______________ E-mail: __________________
Refunds due to cancellation will not be made after October 22, 2009.
Questions should be directed to
Linda Weitzel Tel: 585/422.6887 Email: [log in to unmask]
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