Please join us October 9 as Cameron Schwartz presents on Leveraging Technology to Assist Safety Programs. Dinner and social will be from 6pm-7pm and presentation from 7pm-8pm at The Basement in Brimfield.
Cameron Schwartz was a safety manager for Dutch Quality Stone in Amish Country for over a decade, and then was hired by the Overhead Door Corporation to manage their safety operations until 2020. Since then, he took a little bit of a turn, and now works for Origami Risk. Origami Risk is a safety and risk management platform that clients use to manage incident management and other safety related items.
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Please join McKinley ASSP as we tour of the Goodyear Wingfoot Lake Hangar with the Airship Team on September 11, 2023 beginning at 5:00pm. Please arrive no earlier than 4:30pm. The tour will last about one hour. after which the Chapter will enjoy a social dinner at a local restaurant. Space for the tour is limited, so please registration is required. Sign up on our events page.
Built in 1917, the hangar at Wingfoot Lake is the oldest airship facility and one of the oldest active aircraft bases in the world. In addition to maintenance and construction facility for Goodyear’s blimp fleet. In 2018 the Wingfoot Lake Hangar was awarded an Ohio historical marker recognizing its contributions to Lighter-Than-Air aviation in general as well as its military significance during WWI and WWII. The very first class of airship pilots was training at Wingfoot Lake.
Did you know that without its lifting gas, an empty Blimp weighs almost 20,000 lbs.?
Workplace Mental Health
June 22, 2023 | 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
LOCATION: Lansing Area Safety Council
809 Center St, Lansing, MI 48906
*** Lunch Will Be Provided ***
Please join us for this no-cost meeting, with a free lunch provided.
Sean Egan is the Deputy Director of Labor for Michigan’s Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity and leads the state’s workplace mental health initiatives. Join us for a discussion with Sean as he sheds light on the importance of investing in mental health to build stronger, more resilient workplaces. This includes the profound effects of chronic stress on our brains and the economic impacts and return on investment for employers who recognize the issue. Sean will also answer questions and share resources. Don’t miss the opportunity to enhance your understanding of workplace mental health and empower your organization to create a healthier, more supportive work environment.
SeanEganBio.docx Click here to download the speaker’s bio.
This will be a hybrid meeting. Please register if you are attending in-person or would prefer to participate virtually. Space is limited, so please register no later than Tuesday, June 20th. We also need to know how many lunches to order.