Thank you to the 270+ people that attended the 2014 Bay Area Safety Symposium on Wednesday, March 5th!

2014 Speaker Presentations:

(the following presentations have been provided in PDF with permission from the 2014 Symposium Speakers)

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1B ‐ The Safety Professionals Role In Enterprise Risk Management - Erike Young

1C ‐ Chevron Refinery Rire And The Impact On The Future Of PSM - Clyde Trombettas

1E ‐ Sell Safety Program - Dave Smith

2B ‐ Building The Capacity Of Your EHS Department - David Pais

2C ‐ Workplace Violence Prevention, Emerging Regulations, Program Details, Active Shooter Preparation, And New Technology - Charity Nicolas, Ron Martin

2D ‐ Using Prevention Through Design To Help Reduce Risk In Construction - Rayna Brown

2E ‐ Relationship Based Safety, Moving Beyond Culture And Behavior - Rosa Carrillo, Neil Samuels

3A ‐ Ergonomic Program Management: Tips, Tools And Techniques To Save Millions

3B ‐ Ethics: The Line For Safety Professionals - James Boretti

3C ‐ Management of Change, A Program That Is Hard To Implement - Sonia Khalig

3D ‐ Stripping Hanger One At Moffett Field A Case Study - Donald A.  Kubik Jr. CIH

3Ea ‐ Cumulative Trauma Disorders Among Cashiers - Stanley Li

3Eb - Perception Of Occupational Risk by Volunteers And Paid Construction Workers - Chris Langsdale

4A ‐ Manager of Risk, Emerging Trends In The Safety Profession - James Decker

4B ‐ Sustainability And The EH&S Professional, Case Study On Maximizing The Corporate And Personal Synergies - Bruce Klafter

4D ‐ The Safety Professionals Guide To Planning And Executing Capital Projects - Steve M. Hochstadt PE, CSP

4E ‐ How Heavy Is Too Heavy, A Perspective On The All‐Inclusive Safe Lifting Value - Surabhi Kadam

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    The 2014 Symposium featured over 20+ speakers covering a wide range of topics from Safety Boot Camps, The Business of HSE, Safety Tech Savvy, New Regulations, Construction Safety and will even feature student and intern presentations.  Attendees received 0.5 CEU's for attending. 
    The Symposium is presented by the San Francisco and Greater San Jose Chapters of ASSE & the Northern California Chapter of PASMA (Public Agency Safety Management Association).

    If you have any questions you can e-mail us at, fill out our contact form on the website, or call Erika May directly at 661.472.6591.