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1 19 th Annual 2010 Safety Kickoff and 2009 Awards Ceremony February 4, 2010 Burlington County Municipal Joint Insurance Fund

2 Door Prize And the winner is....

3 Purpose of Today’s Meeting Introduce 2010 Executive Safety Committee Thank Safety and Claims Coordinators Tell You How We’re Doing Highlight 2010 JIF Safety Initiatives Introduce 2010 Safety Incentive Program Present 2009 Safety Incentive Awards

4 Thank You Fund Professionals Conner Strong Risk Control –Safety Director Scibal Associates –Claims Administrator CSG/CHN –Managed Care Provider AJG Risk Management Services Inc. –Administrator

5 Welcome Meghan Jack, Chair Executive Safety Committee Administrator - Riverside Township

6 Introducing 2010 Executive Safety Committee Meghan Jack, Riverside Township, Chairman Len Klepner, Bordentown Township Kathy Burger, Medford Township Jennifer Blumenthal, Mount Laurel Township Doug Cramer, Tabernacle Township Dawn Human, Beverly City

7 Introducing 2010 Executive Safety Committee Richard Bethea, Bass River Township Paul Keller, Springfield Township Freda Gorman, Wrightstown Borough Risk Management Consultants Craig Greenwood, Barclay Group Steve Walsh, EJA & Associates Bonnie Rick, Hardenbergh Insurance Brian Monaghan, Insurance Agency Management Tim Irons, Insurance Agency Management

8 2010 Safety Coordinators Richard Ireton, Bass River Township Dawn Human, Beverly City Peter Sedor, Bordentown City Dean Buhrer, Bordentown Township Glenn McMahon, Chesterfield Township George Sacalis, Delanco Township Larry Jack, Delran Township Robert Hess, Edgewater Park Township David Lebak, Florence Township Ed Ruggiano, Hainesport Township Maryann Regn, Lumberton Township Safety First In All We Do! JIF

9 2010 Safety Coordinators Sean Gable, Mansfield Township Kathy Burger, Medford Township Stephanie Gee, Mount Laurel Wayne Wharton, North Hanover Eric March, Riverside Township Norm Welsh, Shamong Township Chuck Oatman, Southampton Township Paul Keller, Springfield Township William Lowe, Tabernacle Township Wiley Johnson, Westampton Township James H. Ingling, Wrightstown Borough Safety First In All We Do! JIF

10 2010 Claims Coordinators Amanda Somes, Bass River Township Trudi Desjardins, Beverly City Grace Archer, Bordentown City Nancy Cummings, Bordentown Township Bonnie Haines, Chesterfield Township Karen Zimmerman, Delanco Township Helene Hark, Delran Township Deborah Cunningham, Edgewater Park Township Janice Carey, Florence Township Ed Ruggiano, Hainesport Township Maryann Regn, Lumberton Township Dawn Merriman, Lumberton Township Report all claims promptly! JIF

11 2010 Claims Coordinators Bonnie Jeffrey-Mesa, Mansfield Township Linda Semus, Mansfield Township Robin Fichmann, Medford Township Linda Lewis, Mount Laurel Township Monica Zur, North Hanover Township Barbara Casperite, Riverside Township Susan Onorato, Shamong Township Michael McFadden, Southampton Township Patricia Clayton, Springfield Township Lisa Love, Tabernacle Township Marion Karp, Westampton Township Freda Gorman, Wrightstown Borough Report all claims promptly! JIF

12 Safety Calendars Increase safety awareness Encourage safe behavior Post prominently in all work areas 2010 JIF Keeps the JIF safety message visible all year long!

13 Memory Sticks INCLUDES: Safety Coordinator’s Handbook 2010 Safety Incentive Program Supervisor’s Incident Investigation Form Use of Facilities Agreement Certificate of Insurance Guidelines TULIP MEL Bulletin Please Pick One Up Before You Leave Today!

14 Optional Safety Budget Members will be reimbursed for safety related expenditures. Updated in monthly Agenda Packet. You cannot claim your allowance in advance. You must claim all of your funds by November 30, $31,100

15 What’s New… Helping Towns Help Themselves “Survival Driving” “In the Scope of Your Authority – Preventing Public Officials Liability” “Rights & Duties of a Municipal Employee” “Traumatic Brain Injury – The Silent Epidemic” Custom DVDs

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22 That All Sounds Good … Can we go home now?

23 Because we have a lot to tell you! Tell you what’s ahead! And feed You ! Celebrate Our Successes!

24 Safety Programs Safety First, Last, and Always

25 Door Prize And the winner is....

26 Let’s Eat!

27 19 th Annual 2010 Safety Kickoff and 2009 Awards Ceremony February 4, 2010 Burlington County Municipal Joint Insurance Fund

28 Door Prize And the winner is....

29 Joanne Hall Safety Director Conner Strong Risk Control

30 Your Risk Control Service Team Joanne Hall, Safety Director John Saville, Lead Consultant Karen La Sala, Administration Susan Kopec, Training Mgr & RTK Coordinator Natalie Dougherty, MEL Safety Institute

31 BURLCO JIF Safety Breakfast Shared Successes Recap of Losses Challenges Ahead 2009 Awards Presentation

32 2009 Shared Successes 95% qualified for SIP awards! Average member score - 95% More “Gold” Winners

33 2009 Shared Successes “Put Safety on Your Agenda” New Supervisor’s Incident Investigation reports Health & Wellness Initiatives

34 $hared $uccesses $afety Incentive Awards Optional $afety Budgets 100% of the safety monies were claimed or encumbered by members and put to good use!

35 Safety Incentive Program

36 SIP RESULTS 95% of Members Qualified for SIP awards 15 Gold Silver 1 Silver 3 Bronze 1 Qualifier 20 out of 21 members!

37 Shared Successes SAFETY TRAINING 637 BURLCO JIF employees attended MSI classes More training resources available –DVDs –Posters –On- line videos

38 2009 Regional Training New Safety Coordinator Orientation Safety Coordinators’ Roundtable CDL / DOT Workshop Police Chiefs’ Roundtable Electrical Safety / Arc Flash Training Attendance at Regional Training was very good (82%)

39 Safety Campaign Each member received: “Crush Zone” DVD Tool Box Talk Outlines Bumper / Dash board stickers

40 MEL Safety Institute Over 1,600 classes 45 different topics 30,312 statewide!! Many new & revised topics Confined Space with Practical Exercise

41 MSI Learning Management System On-line catalog & registration Order videos on line Plan & track safety training Coming 2011 – new system with online learning capabilities.

42 Advanced Safety Leadership Program Two-day program for managers & supervisors Participants receive 10 Mgmt. CEUs OSHA “10 Hour Card”

43 Community Safety Leadership 8 Public Safety Concerns Pedestrian Safety School Crossing Guards Traffic Calming Traffic Hazards Playground Safety Bicycle Safety Organized Sports Senior Citizen Safety Booklet and CD provided to JIF municipalities

44 Why Do We Train ?

45 Door Prize And the winner is....

46 CLAIMS REVIEW Noteworthy Trends

47 Claims by Line of Coverage for Fund Years 2005 – 2009 Number of Occurrences Total Dollars Incurred

48 WC Claims by Department

49 Police Ad Hoc Committee Provide direction and leadership Encourage Accreditation Process Members: –Florence – Chief Stephen Fazekas –Lumberton – Chief Jeff Smith –Mansfield – Dir. Richard Bendel –Medford – Chief Anthony Canale

50 Police Ad Hoc Initiatives Transitional Duty / WC Issues Accident Investigation / Driver Review Panels Training Crossing Guard Safety Accreditation Process

51 Law Enforcement Accreditation Program Administered by NJSACOP Participation is encouraged by JIF / MEL $500 Application Fee waived for JIF members JIF will reimburse 50% of Accreditation & Re-accreditation fee upon completion Up to $1,000 Reimbursement of Fee Available from the MEL 5% discount on liability will be offered to accredited agencies Tracking Software provided by the MEL Stipend for interns available from the JIF

52 Four Members Pursuing Accreditation Lumberton Medford Mansfield Riverside In Process

53 First Accredited Agency in BURLCO JIF Mount Laurel P.D. Has completed the NJ Police Accreditation Program !

54 Lost Time Accident Frequency Rate 2009 LOST TIME ACCIDENT FREQUENCY ALL JIFs December 31, TOTAL LOST TIME RATE FUNDFREQUENCY SUBURBAN MUNICIPAL MORRIS BERGEN MONMOUTH CENTRAL NJ PUBLIC HOUSING TRI-COUNTY PROF MUN MGMT CAMDEN N.J.U.A OCEAN SUBURBAN ESSEX BURLINGTON ATLANTIC SOUTH BERGEN AVERAGE Room for Improvement in 2010

55 How Can We Improve the LTAF Rate? 1)Not having accidents (6 members had No Lost Time Cases in 2009) 2)Prompt reporting ( 84% of all WC claims were reported in 3 days or less) 3)Early Return to Work (JIF members used 67% of their Transitional Duty “Opportunity Days” in 2009)

56 So What Can We Do to Have Fewer Accidents? Leadership & Direction Provide a Safe Working Environment Constant Reinforcement of Message Accident Investigations Find ways to Work Safer & More Efficiently

57 Most Frequent Types of Injuries

58 2010 Safety Campaign

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60 Special Thanks VCS Video: –Frank Siegel, Marla Russell & David Fox AtlantiCare – –Kathe Bagnato & Chris Simpkins John Saville Southampton Township crew Westampton Township: Donna Ryan and the entire cast and especially, Wiley “Harry” Johnson

61 Door Prize And the winner is....

62 What’s Ahead for 2010? Prevention of strains / sprains / soft tissue injuries Focus on Police & Crossing Guards Health & Wellness Initiatives

63 2010 Regional Training Safety Coordinator R/T – Immediately following today’s breakfast PPE Hazard Assessment Workshop - April 2009 DPW Superintendents’ - June 15, 2010 Police Chief Round Table – September 2010

64 2010 Challenges Find ways to stretch resources Use on-line training resources Use your safety monies wisely Plan training well in advance Network with other Safety Coordinators Ask for help….

65 Cutting Safety Doesn’t Pay! Increased Overtime Costs Lower Employee Morale Lost Productivity Administrative Paperwork

66 2009 Game Plan

67 Review of Last Year’s SAFETY INCENTIVE PROGRAM

68 What You Did to Qualify in 2009 Signed Safety Contract Put safety on Your Agenda Safety Improvement Objectives Safety Committee Hazard Inspections, Roadway, Sign & Walkway programs Regional & MSI Training, Videos & Tool Box Mtgs Job Site Observations Prompt Claims Reporting & Transitional Duty Accident Reporting & Investigation

69 EXTRA CREDIT POINTS Awarded for: Attendance at JIF Planning Retreat (2 points) Health & Wellness Initiatives (3 points)

70 Special Recognition Awards We received 9 nominations for Special Recognition Awards.

71 Door Prize And the winner is....

72 2009 Safety Incentive Program The Results are in!

73 The Rewards JIF LEVELSCORE% of Base Earned SmallMediumLargeX-Large GOLD>95%130%$1,300$1,625$1,950$2,275 SILVER>90%120%1,2001,5001,8002,100 BRONZE>85%110%1,1001,3751,6501,925 QUALIFIER>75%100%1,0001,2501,5001,750

74 Exceptional Performance Awards And the winner is....

75 Beat the Three Year JIF Average Loss Ratio (87.3%) Lumberton (67.5%) Riverside (64.1%) Medford (62.7%) Mansfield (50.5%) Southampton (45.9%) Florence (43.7%) Fund Years 2006 – As of 12/31/09

76 Beat the Three Year JIF Average Loss Ratio (87.3%) Delran (39.0%) Delanco (37.6%) Shamong (25.3%) Westampton (17.4%) Springfield (14.3%) Hainesport (10.4%) Fund Years 2006 – As of 12/31/09

77 Zero Lost Time Accidents in 2009 Bass River Chesterfield Hainesport Shamong Tabernacle Springfield Zero Lost Time

78 Significant Reduction in Lost Time Accident Rate Bordentown City –4.21 in 2008 –1.26 in 2009 Good Job!

79 Significant Reduction in Lost Time Accident Rate Bass River –4.21 in 2008 –“0” in 2009 Good Job!

80 Best WC Claims Reporting Record Bass River Chesterfield Delanco Mansfield BEST All Claims Reported in Less than 3 Days! 84% of WC Claims Reported within 3 Days in 2009

81 Best WC Claims Reporting Record Riverside Shamong Southampton Tabernacle BEST All Claims Reported in Less than 3 Days! 84% of WC Claims Reported within 3 Days in 2009

82 Modified Duty Work Days Used Beverly City Lumberton Township North Hanover Township BEST 100% of Available Days Used! JIF Used 66.72% of Available Days in 2009

83 Modified Duty Work Days Used Riverside Township Southampton Township Tabernacle Township BEST 100% of Available Days Used! JIF Used 66.72% of Available Days in 2009

84 Door Prize And the winner is....

85 2009 Special Recognition Award Winners Recognition Plaque plus Lunch! David Lebak, Safety Coordinator, Florence Twp. nominated: The Florence Township Police Department For their efforts in making their Sally Port safer by installing video cameras and remote operated gate. Florence PD

86 2009 Special Recognition Award Winners Recognition Plaque plus Lunch! Larry Jack & Lt. John Williams, Delran Twp. nominated The Delran Township Police Department For their efforts in making their Sally Port Safer by installing automatic light sensors Delran PD

87 2009 Special Recognition Award Winners Recognition Plaque plus Lunch! William Dillenbeck, Delanco Twp.. nominated Paul Dragos Delanco Township EMS For his efforts in reconfiguring the light array on the ambulance to eliminate the blinding effect on following vehicles. Paul Dragos

88 2009 Special Recognition Award Honorable Mentions Keep Up the Good Work! Hainesport Twp: For their work in developing an employee training center Medford Township Recreation Department: For taking steps to eliminate Flu germs at the Senior Center Medford Township Police: For efforts to increase pedestrian safety

89 2009 Special Recognition Award Honorable Mentions Keep Up the Good Work! Medford Township Career Fire Staff & Public Safety Director: For their efforts to improve safety through the installation of gear racks & decontamination shower Shamong – Cheryl Beaumont: For her efforts to improve safety & security in the municipal court Tabernacle Township Public Works: For their ongoing efforts to perform their jobs safely

90 Special Acknowledgement Sgt. Benjamin Palombi Florence Township Police Department Sgt. Brian Boldizar For creating & implementing a Work Zone Safety Program in cooperation with the Department of Public Works

91 Advanced Safety Leadership Maryann Regn Lumberton Township Wayne Wharton North Hanover Township 2009 Graduates!

92 2009 SIP Qualifier Edgewater Park Members will receive notification of their awards by mail

93 2009 SIP Bronze Award Winners Bordentown Twp. Mt. Laurel North Hanover Members will receive notification of their awards by mail

94 2009 SIP Silver Award Winner Bordentown City Members will receive notification of their awards by mail

95 2009 SIP Gold Award Winners Members will receive notification of their awards by mail Bass River Chesterfield Delanco Delran Florence

96 2009 SIP Gold Award Winners Members will receive notification of their awards by mail Hainesport Lumberton Mansfield Medford Riverside

97 2009 SIP Gold Award Winners Members will receive notification of their awards by mail Shamong Southampton Springfield Tabernacle Westampton

98 New Kid on the Block Wrightstown

99 2010 Safety Incentive Program Good Luck!!!


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