ABC Carolinas safety/HR conferences scheduled for Sept. 9

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The annual Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) of the Carolinas concurrent safety and human resources (HR) conferences will take place Sept. 9 in Concord, NC, the association says. The HR conference, introduced this year, has its own specialized sessions, combined with shared events with the safety conference, which is in its seventh year.

Agenda topics include:

Joint Session: Bullets for Breakfast: Workplace Violence
Michael Lord – Williams Mullen

Safety – Session 1-Risk or Rewards: Why do we take Chances?
David Lynn – Peak Safety Performance, LLC

HR – Session 1- What to do when OSHA shows up at your jobsite?
Keith Covington-Bradley Arant Boult Cummings

Safety – Session 2–A Moving Target: Fall Protection

Stephen Hartsell – FSP USA
HR – Session 2 – Wage & Hour Review- What’s new for Employers
Matthew Lonergan-Bradley Arant Boult Cummings

Safety – Session 3- dropped object prevention
Michael Caldwell- Python

HR – Session 3- A day in the Life of a Claims Adjuster
Janette Byrd-BB&T Insurance

Safety – Session 4–The changing Workforce
Patricia Urtecho-Builders Mutual insurance

HR – Session 4- A Paradigm Shift, The Construction HR
Department as a Profit Center
Mike Trammel-Dixon Hughes Goodman

Luncheon: Keynote Speaker: – Robert Stutman-Drug Enforcement

Safety – STEP Awards
Presented By : Cherie Berry-NC Department of Labor
Richele Taylor-SC Department of Labor

HR – Session 5-Employee Benefits (ACA)
David Yopp-BB&T Insurance

Safety – Session 5 – Best Safety Practices – Round Table
David DeVita – Carolina Safety Consultants

HR – Session 6- Double the Trouble: Avoiding Joint-Employer Pitfalls
Kyle Dillard-Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart

Click here to download Safety Conference Registration information

Click here to download HR Conference Registration information

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