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Valuable Programming Scott A. Myles, CSP Past-President Orange County Chapter Pamela B. Perrich, MPH, CIH Region IV Vice President 1.

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1 Valuable Programming Scott A. Myles, CSP Past-President Orange County Chapter Pamela B. Perrich, MPH, CIH Region IV Vice President 1

2  Goal – Walk away with a full-year of meeting ideas  Objectives:  Develop a member survey to ask your members what meeting topics they want.  Figure out where to obtain meeting speakers.  Determine your meeting “logistics”. The, Who, What, Where, and How much!  Identify the resources to produce your Professional Development Conference.  Implement meeting agendas that will encompass all members. Goal & Objectives 2

3  Member Meetings – Prime Chapter Goal  Member Networking Opportunity  Professional Development  Chapter Revenue  Vendor Communication with your members  Certification Maintenance Points  Continuing Education Units 3 Programming (aka Meetings)

4  This can be a little like the “chicken and the egg”…  Meeting Topic or Meeting Speakers???  “Which comes first!”  The Answer!  Your Members! 4 Meeting Topics

5  Know your Audience – Member Survey  Questions:  Where are members in their safety management journey?  What specific challenges are they facing in their organizations?  What industries are represented within your Chapter?  What professional development opportunities exist in your area?  Where your members meeting attendance challenges?  What are they meeting preferences? 5 Valuable Programming Factors

6 Member Survey What do they want?  Best way to determine programming topics!  Engage your members!  Prioritize topics  Historical perspective  Numerous electronic options!  Survey Monkey  Constant Contact  SurveyGizmo 6

7  Meeting Day & Time  Meeting Location  Food or no Food?  Parking  Venue  Topics 7 Chapter Member Survey Questions

8 Meeting Topics 8  Ergonomics  Emergency Preparedness  Behavior-Based Safety  Leadership in the Safety Profession  Crisis Management  Process Safety Management  Workers Compensation Management  Employee Involvement in Safety  Safety Culture  Safety Program Management  Risk Management  Workers Compensation  Safety and Union  Powered Industrial Trucks  New Safety Products/Software  Government Affairs  Combustible Dust  Heat Stress  Arc Flash/Electrical Shock  Robotics

9 Let’s Play Name that Speaker! 9  Let’s list subjects  24 would be nice!  Think of your officers  Think of your members  Think of your network

10 Online Meeting Topics 10  Accident Investigation  Respiratory Protection Program Administrator  Root Cause Analysis Methods  Hearing Conservation Program Management  Process Safety Management  Fall Protection Program Management  OHSAS  ISO  OSHA Construction Safety  OSHA 10 Hour Construction Safety  OSHA 30 Hour Construction Safety  HAZWOPER  Confined Space  Machine Guarding  Lockout/Tagout  Hazardous Waste Management  EHS Program Auditing

11  ASSE Seminarfest  ASSE Professional Development Conference  Chapter Professional Development Conference  Single Subject  Multiple Track  Multiple Day  Technical Symposiums  Professional Development Workshops 11 Professional Development Conference Preferences

12 12 And the Survey Says...

13 13 And the Survey Says...

14 14 And the Survey Says...

15 Chapter Meeting Agenda MonthSpeaker - Topic July 18, 2012Passing the Gavel/New Officer Installation/Past-President’s Meeting/Appreciation & Recognition August 15, 2012Cal-OSHA Update w/ Richard Fazollahi – Cal-OSHA District manager September 19, 2012Driving + Cell Phones = Risky Behavior. Understanding the Distracted Brain – Rich Warner October 17, 2012Joint Technical Symposium November 14, 2012Safety Management December 12, 2012Holiday Party January, 16, 2013Culture, Behavior Employee Engagement – Rosa Carrillo, Carrillo & Associates February 20, 2013Joint Breakfast Meeting w/Orange County AIHA March 20, 2013Chapter Professional Development Conference and Workshops April 17, 2013Ergonomics – Joanette Lima, Disneyland Resort May 15, 2013Joint Meeting with Orange County Risk and Insurance Management Society (RIMS) – Risk Management June 19, 2013Student Section Presentation

16  Let’s Play “Name that Speaker”!!!  OSHA  NIOSH  EPA  ASSE Executive Committee, Vice Presidents and Directors  Local government  Police Department  Fire Department  Health Department  Building Department 16 Speakers

17  More speaker ideas!!!  Ergonomist  Workers Compensation  Risk Manager  Construction Safety  Department of Transportation (FMCSA)  Occupational Health Nurse  Physicians  Insurance Broker and Carrier Risk Control 17 Speakers

18  ASSE  ASSE Region Resources  Chapters  AIHA  RIMS  PASMA  Etc. etc. 18 Speaker Bureau

19 Meeting Logistics Meeting Locations 19

20 Meeting Logistics 20  Venue Confirmation  Food Arrangements  Meeting Sponsor  Speaker Requirements  Speaker Bio  Audio/Visual  Meeting Payment $$$  Room Layout  Speaker Gift  Clean-up

21 Meeting Agendas 21  Networking Time  Meeting Start Time  Greeting & Agenda Review  Pledge of Allegiance  Member Introductions  Job Announcements  General Announcements  Meal  Introduce Speaker  Speaker Q&A - Gift

22  Manage your Speaker!!!  Audio/Visual (computer/projector/mic/laser pointer)  Encourage (require) audience involvement  “Plant” your “I have a question” person in audience!  Time keeper (in the back of the room!)  Props 22 Meeting Engagement

23  ASSE PDC Planning Tools  Regional PDC Planning Tools  Professional PDC Planners  Topics 23 Professional Development Conference

24 What did we learn today?  Developing a member survey  Figuring out how to obtain meeting speakers.  Determine your meeting “logistics  Professional Development Conference.  Implement meeting agendas that will encompass all members. 24 Valuable Programming


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