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The Business of Safety
Employer attention and investment in worker health and well-being initiatives has proven to pay off by improved productivity, reduced healthcare costs, enhanced employee retention, better safety outcomes, and positive reputation and brand image. 

This year’s Conn-OSHA, OSHA, CCIA Safety Alliance Conference, The Business of Safety, continues our focus on the mental health and well-being theme – a message that will appeal to and interest not only corporate safety and health professionals, but also senior corporate executives. So, we extend a special invitation to our member companies’ senior executives to attend this year’s conference and gain insights on worker health and well-being programs in construction.

Who Should Attend?
Company Owners, Chief Executive Officers, Chief Financial Officers, Senior Project Executives, Project Managers and Engineers, Estimators, and Safety and Health Professionals.

7:30    Registration
8:00    Welcome/Introductions

8:05    Total Worker Health: Worker Health Evolution, Josh Ierna, Safety Director, Tilcon CT
Josh Ierna will highlight the evolution of Total Worker Health, addressing multifaceted issues such as mental wellness, opioid addiction prevention, and suicide awareness through proactive engagement with employees, fostering a culture of support and empowerment. 

9:05     Speaking IN: A Speak Up Strategy, Laurin Mooney, Speaking IN
Laurin Mooney, a former nurse, developed Speaking IN that aligns our thinking and actions with how the modern workplace and people actually function.

10:05    Break

10:20    The CARE Construction Safety Program, Bob Kunz, Corporate Safety Director, Dimeo Construction and Shaun Carvalho, Chief Safety Officer, Shawmut Design and Construction
Learn from two founders of the CARE (Consciousness, Alignment, Respect, and Empowerment) program, a product of the AGC MA Safety Committee, which features a universal orientation video, a worker safety database platform, and program content.

11:30    Meeting People Where They Are, CT State Senator Dr. Saud Anwar
Senator Saud Anwar, co-chair of the General Assembly’s Public Health Committee, will speak about opioid overdoses in Connecticut and some public policy strategies that “meet people where they are” such as “harm reduction centers.”

12:00    Lunch

12:30    Alliance for Naloxone Safety in the Workplace (ANSW), Bob Kunz, Corporate Safety Director, Dimeo Construction and Marko Kaar, Director of Safety Operations, Bartlett Brainard Eacott
Bob Kunz and Marko Kaar will discuss ANSW’s work to provide tools any organization can use to address opioid overdoses in the workplace. Created and led by industry professionals, ANSW provides employers with the latest information and training resources to successfully implement a Naloxone program at their businesses.

1:00    Adjournment

2024 Safety Alliance Conference
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