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Family Day @Safetyville

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  •  June 13, 2020
     11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

The newly revamped Family Day at Safetyville is a free event designed to give families valuable information & access to community resources in the Sacramento area.  The event takes place in our unique miniature city that is designed to teach children safety skills.

Families attending will enjoy:

    • Over 50 booths with Health, Safety & Recreational Resources for families
    • Safety & health giveaways
    • Food & refreshments
    • Safety demonstrations

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Call 916.438.3357 or email us for more information.

October Sacramento Regional Safety Forum

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  • October Safety Forum
     October 1, 2015
     8:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Bart Gragg - From Who to How-2From WHO to HOW with Bart Gragg
When something happens, do you ever wonder whether or not you are getting the true story from your employees? Perhaps they avoid you because they think they might become a target? Maybe they are avoiding the questions and the issues at hand? Does everyone run for cover when you ask about what went wrong? How do you think this affects morale, performance and safety?
Wouldn’t you like to find out what really happened so that you can avoid the danger in the future? Isn’t the truth about the root cause usually quite simple? What would life and work look like if people showed up and knew that they would be heard and not blamed?

Attendees of the October Sacramento Regional Safety Forum will learn:

  • What changing “who” into “how” does when asking questions, and how to do that effectively.
  • The power of the word “why”, its potential impact on your business and the people who work for you.
  • A process for approaching problems and investigations that gets you closer to the truth than other methods.
  • A method for asking questions that is so simple you’ll think it should be more difficult. You may already know about it – but are you using it effectively?
  • How to get to the root of the matter and discover the real reasons events happened.

August Sacramento Regional Safety Forum

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  • August Safety Forum
     August 6, 2015
     8:30 AM - 10:30 AM

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It is projected that in the next few years recreational marijuana use will become legal in California and Nevada. Laws that legalize marijuana use do not eliminate your right as an employer to maintain a drug-free workplace.

Attendees of the August Sacramento Regional Safety Forum will learn the short and long term effects of marijuana use and what employers can do to ensure a safe and productive workplace.

August 6th 8:30a-10:30a


The Ten Basic Principles of Safety, Principle #1

Based on Dan Petersen’s Safety Management – A Human Approach Article by Bob Lapidus, CSP, CSMS In Memoriam:   Dan Petersen (1931-2007) My mentor, Dan Petersen, was one of the prime guru’s in the field of safety management from the 1960s into the early 21st century.  He […]

June Sacramento Regional Safety Forum

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  • June Safety Forum
     June 4, 2015
     8:30 AM - 10:30 AM


The intent of this brief introduction is to address the most recent updates to Cal-OSHA Title 8 and NFPA 70E 2015 Standards. This forum is designed to assist EH&S personnel, risk managers, and supervisors in providing them information regarding compliance. In turn, this will allow them to determine their risk and provide proper resources to their qualified electrical workers.

June 4th 8:30a-10:30a

Intended industries: Water treatment centers, production support, hospitals, utilities, contractors, data centers, manufacturing, power plants.


The Best Choice You Can Make (Driving To Work)

by David Loret de Mola Communications Coordinator David@SafetyCenter.org LinkedIn | Twitter | Facebook To learn more about Defensive Driving, click here and take a class! Life happens – some days you run late to work because your alarm clock didn’t go off, and you didn’t […]

Sacramento Regional Safety Forum: Walking & Working Surfaces

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  • April Sac Region Safety Forum
     April 2, 2015
     8:30 AM - 10:30 AM

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This forum, as well as providing information about control strategies to prevent accidents, will be discussing an update to ANSI’s workplace safety standard, “Walking & Working Surfaces”, as proposed by OSHA. This forum will include inspections of walking surfaces and measuring the coefficient of friction on walkways, ramps and stairs to meet the new standard, so your workplace can be up-to-date before the changes are made official.

Workplace injuries and illnesses cost companies 170 billion dollars per year, according to OSHA. Yet, by taking preventative measures, according to US Department of Labor, businesses can reduce their cost – or potential future costs – by 20 to 40 percent. This is why, on April 2nd from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m., we are hosting a forum focused on how to deal with avoiding accidents so your workforce can stay safe, healthy and productive.


Ron Lee , Safety Trainer at Safety Center Inc.