The Ottawa County, Sandusky County, and Sandusky Area Safety Councils, and the Sandusky County Human Resources Management Association (SCHRMA), are once again holding their bi-annual Tri-County Safety Day! Tri-County Safety Day offers the opportunity for individuals to attend safety-related sessions, win door prizes, and visit with representatives at the Interactive Safety Expo, including The Wonders of Wellness, Superheros of Safety, and Hearing Protection Lab station areas. Area Safety Council members, human resources representatives, and safety managers are encouraged to attend this event. There is no cost to attend. The last day to register is April 27, 2018. For questions, please contact Jessica Kowalski at jkowalski@ocic.biz or call 419.898.6242.

Safety Day room locations will be provided the day of the event when you check in at registration. Important times to remember:

  • 7:00am – Registration for Kickoff Breakfast – Neeley Conference Center (Building G)
  • 7:30am-8:00am – Kickoff Breakfast
  • 8:00am – Safety Day Welcome by Dr. Webster, President of Terra State Community College
  • 8:15am-9:15am – Keynote Speaker, Brad Hurtig
  • 8:30am – Registration for General Sessions – Student Activities Center Lobby (Building C)
  • 11:45am-1:00pm – Lunch and Interactive Safety Expo – Student Activities Center (Building C)

**Attendance during Safety Day will count as an external training credit for all Safety Council members. Group rating sponsor training requirements can be met by attending 2 or more one-hour sessions.

AFTER SAFETY DAY,
please take a few minutes of your time to fill out our Participant Survey for a
chance to win a $100.00 GAS CARD!
The survey will emailed on May 4 to those who attended.
Surveys must be submitted by May 11, 2018 at 4:00pm to enter for a chance to win.

REGISTER HERE

(e.g. Ottawa County, Sandusky County, Sandusky Area, Safety Council of NW Ohio, Richland County)
Brad Hurtig was a student-athlete in a small town in Northwest Ohio. Only days after finishing his sophomore year of high school, a devastating accident resulted in the amputation of both of Brad’s hands. Through hard work and determination Brad soon rejoined his high school football team. In his senior year, Brad led his team defense, recording 111 tackles and received all-state honors all while playing with no hands. Brad’s inspirational story of triumph quickly captured national headlines. Now Brad is taking his life-changing message to organizations across the nation. Register for a delicious breakfast and to listen to an inspiring story.