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NSC Business & IndustryDivisionMid-Year MeetingCONFIDENTIAL 2020 National Safety Council

Mark BakerVP Workplace PracticeNational Safety CouncilCONFIDENTIAL 2020 National Safety Council

Kent MowryDivision ChairCONFIDENTIAL 2020 National Safety Council

Safety MomentMorris ElkinsCONFIDENTIAL 2020 National Safety Council

Safety TopicMorris Elkins, CSP, CPEA, CPSAMarch 2021

Foot Protection Agenda Most frequent occupational footinjuries Constructing “Happy Feet”(WHY)(HOW) Seasonal considerationsWork environment considerationsMoisture-Wicking socksMaintenance MattersOther factorsDress for Success Standards6

Occupational Foot InjuriesApproximately 53,000 occupational footinjuries annually. The most frequentinclude; Crushed or Broken Toes Punctures Burns and Lacerations Frostbite and Amputation Sprains and Dislocations7

Constructing “Happy Feet”Seasonal Cold weather Temperature Waterproofing Warm weather Temperature Breathable material Air-flowWork Environment Terrain Smooth Uneven surfaces (Construction) Designed for conditions and task8

Constructing Happy FeetMoisture-Wicking Socks Feet sweat Select a material that will wick awaymoisture, merino wool or merinowool blendMaintenance Matters Cleaning Conditioning Tune-ups Store Cool, dry location9

Constructing Happy FeetOther Factors Ankle and tendon support The ridge vs over-the-ankle Achilles tendon support Safety-Toe Composite Steel Puncture resistant shank Hi-Viz Designed for conditions and task The footwear shall always fit the jobspecific work conditions or be activityappropriate e.g. terrain, temperature,running, hiking, etc.10

Constructing Happy FeetOther Factors Fit: Always try-on shoes at the end of the day, as yourfeet swell during the day. Stand up and ensure there is 3/8 or 1/2 inchbetween your longest toe and the end of the shoe Your heel should be snug against the back of theshoe and not slip or slide. Remember different brands are often sizeddifferently Footwear designed specifically to fit the anatomicalstructure of a woman’s foot Better fit more comfortable, more supported,more stable11

Constructing Happy FeetOther Factors Comfort Wear socks that you will wear with the type of shoe youpurchase. Don’t count on the shoes stretching when you buy them.They should be comfortable when you buy them. Always stand and walk around in the shoes to determineif they are comfortable and do not rub or chafe Note the tread is suited for the activity, e.g. smooth floor,mud, gravel, etc. “Dress for Success” Color Style Material12

Standards CFR 1910.136 ASTM F2413-18 ASTM F412-18 ANSI Z41, 1-196713

NominationsElection of OfficersKent MowryCONFIDENTIAL 2020 National Safety Council

Candidates Morris Elkins – Vice-Chair Roslyn Johnson - SecretaryCONFIDENTIAL 2020 National Safety Council16

NSC UpdateSarah Van HuisNSC Manager, Division ProgramsCONFIDENTIAL 2020 National Safety Council

Overview Welcome and Introduction to Divisions Communication Updates Program Update Engagement Opportunities 2020 National Safety Council18

Divisions Eight Divisions NSC Member Benefit All member companyemployees are eligible Opportunities for: Education connected tointerest area Networking and Connection Engagement with NSCCONFIDENTIAL 2020 National Safety Council19

Division Communication Webpage Updates Monthly Emails (10 per year) 2020 National Safety Council20

Division Webpage Division Leaders Division SpecificInformation: Upcoming Meetings Meeting Minutes Industry SpecificContent Send [email protected] to includehere Webinar and EducationInformation 2020 National Safety Council21

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Upcoming Programs Overcoming the Risk-Takers Paradox: A Strategy for aCulture of Safety ExcellenceMarch 10, 1 p.m. CTRegistration Link in Chat Spring Division WebinarsApril 13 – 2212 webinars across industryRegistration Link in Chatnsc.org/divisioneventsCONFIDENTIAL 2020 National Safety Council23

Upcoming Division Activities B&I Program Committee Meeting B&I Recruitment & Retention Committee MeetingEmail [email protected] to get involvedCONFIDENTIAL 2020 National Safety Council24

Cross-Division work Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Task Force Requirements: NSC Division or Delegate Membership Commitment: Two one-hour meetings per month Task specific engagementCONFIDENTIAL 2020 National Safety Council25

NSC Assessment and Benchmarking StudyParticipate in the annual member-exclusive NSC Assessment and Benchmarking Study and gain insight into howhundreds of NSC member organizations achieve safety success.Enter your 2020 data to find out: Level of executive engagement and leadership approach Top challenges to safety improvement How your safety budget and staffing levels compare Most pressing safety and health issues Much, much moreThis tool will help access your current state of safety on: risk planning workforce enabling managing operations and more!CONFIDENTIAL 2020 National Safety Council26

NSC Delegates UpdateAdele AbramsCONFIDENTIAL 2020 National Safety Council

COVID-19 Emergency TemporaryStandard UpdateAdele AbramsCONFIDENTIAL 2020 National Safety Council

Vaccine DistributionCONFIDENTIAL 2020 National Safety Council

Group Discussion How is your company engaging in vaccineconversations? How do you predict your role will change oncevaccines are more widely available?CONFIDENTIAL 2020 National Safety Council30

COVID-19 Vaccinations Webinar Best Practices from the NSC SAFER Working GroupsJohn Dony, senior director of thought leadership for theNational Safety Council, will help audience membersunderstand how companies are managing the changinglandscape of COVID-19 vaccinations.April 13, 12 p.m. CTRegistration link in chatCONFIDENTIAL 2020 National Safety Council31

Annual Meeting – October 10NSC Congress & Expo – OrlandoSunday, October 10, 3:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. local timeCONFIDENTIAL 2020 National Safety Council32

Thank you!CONFIDENTIAL 2020 National Safety Council