Sacramento Regional Safety Forum (SRSF)


SRSF is a monthly breakfast meeting designed for safety professionals and those responsible for safety to learn from subject experts and each other.


Thursday December 1, 2011 from 7:30 AM to 9:30 AM PST

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$10 at the door (cash, check, credit card)


Safety Center Incorporated, Room 108 
3909 Bradshaw Road
Sacramento, CA 95827

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Rhondalyn Moran 
Safety Center Incorporated 
800-825-7262 x 240 
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Workers Compensation & the Safety Professional

Are you a safety professional with questions about workers compensation?
December’s Forum will focus on the burning questions our own attendees have raised about safety and workers compensation over the past few forum sessions.Workers Comp and the Safety Professional

Some of the areas we will be addressing are:
  • Post accident drug testing
  • Effective post accident procedures
  • Reducing workers’ comp insurance rates
  • Affecting rates with safety culture
  •  Return to Work programs
  • “Faked” injuries

Dave MoylanDavid Moylan, MA, CRM, AFIS, Safety & Health Supervisor, The Zenith Insurance Company

Dave emphasizes management commitment and effective communication as a critical piece towards safety success.  He focuses on minimizing the potential for needless workplace accidents and the subsequent financial and human impact through developing a practical culture that embraces safety as a core value.

Antone (Tony) Bulich, Managing Attorney, The Zenith Insurance Company
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What is the Sacramento Regional Safety Forum?

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Sacramento Regional Safety Forum (SRSF) is a monthly forum designed to assist those in the Sacramento Regional who have responsibility for the health, safety and well-being of their workplace and workforce. 

SRSF is a morning meeting for safety people providing a great opportunity for networking and learning. Participants will be able to take part in an interactive, informative forum with subject experts, workers and employers to hear or share each other’s real-world experiences.

Join us for a greater understanding of safety & health in the workplace, how to develop and maintain it from those who know it, support from those who have been through it and receive the resources available to maintain it.

Forums are held the first Thursday of each month from 7:30am to 9:30am and include a continental breakfast, speaker presentation, Q & A time and/or topic break-out sessions, door prizes and resource materials.

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