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Please note: Only IMA members may post events – one posting per month, per member.
All postings must be approved by and are at the discretion of IMA.

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May
4
Mon
OSHA 10-Hour Voluntary Compliance Course – May 4-5, 2015 @ IMA Conference Center, Indianapolis
May 4 – May 5 all-day

GET FREE OSHA TRAINING!

The IMA, in cooperation with the Indiana Department of Labor, has partnered to provide free OSHA 10- and 30-hour training to Indiana companies with less than 250 employees. In order to be eligible for the program, your company must have less than 250 employees, request a maximum of three free scholarships and submit the scholarship application form prior to the training.

Free OSHA Training Application Process:
1) Click here to fill out the free scholarship application form.
2) Include names of participants for free training (maximum of 3).
3) Write a short paragraph on how the training will benefit your company.
4) Submit your application with the above items to Kathy Gundle at the IMA via fax at 317-231-2320. For questions, contact Kathy at 317-713-5934 or toll free at 1-800-462-7762, ext. 241.

It’s just that simple to receive FREE OSHA training!  Space and Scholarship Dollars are Limited … So Apply Today!

REGISTER NOW!

About the 10-Hour Course
The “OSHA 10-Hour Voluntary Compliance Course,” presented by the Indiana Manufacturers Association, will detail how OSHA regulations may be implemented in the workplace, with a focus on the most frequently referenced standards. Also included will be rights and responsibilities under the act, voluntary protection programs and a special hazard recognition segment. All participants will receive a Certificate of Completion.

You Will Learn To:
• Locate and apply OSHA standards, policies and procedures, and regulations to existing safety and health programs
• Identify violation of OSHA standards
• Describe abatement procedures
• Conduct internal training on OSHA regulations

Agenda

Day 1
• Intro to OSHA, Inspections/Citations, Recordkeeping and Safety Programs
• Material Handling/Powered Industrial Trucks
• Personal Protective Equipment
• Machine Guarding

Day 2
• Electrical Standard
• Hazardous Materials
• Material Handling
• Hazard Recognition: “What’s Wrong with this Picture”

Registration
Fees include a light breakfast, refreshments, the OSHA Standards for General Industry and What Every Supervisor Should Know About OSHA General Industry books. Lunch will be on your own. There are several restaurants located nearby and a cafeteria on the first floor of the OneAmerican building.

Cost: $399 for IMA members and $499 for nonmembers.

Course Fees/Cancellations: Please note that all course fees must be paid 72 hours in advance or reserved with a credit card number prior to the training date. Cancellations must be received 72 hours prior to the event or registration fees will be non-refundable.

To register online, click HERE.

You may also contact Kathy Gundle at kgundle@imaweb.com or at 800-462-7762.

Further Information

Successful Course Completion
All participants will receive an official 10-Hour or 30-Hour wallet card from the U.S. Department of Labor, OSHA, as well as a certificate of completion from IMA.

Overnight Accommodations
All conferences will take place at the IMA Conference Center, located in the OneAmerica building in downtown Indianapolis. The OneAmerica Building is located on the corner of Illinois and Ohio Streets, and the conference center is located on the 24th floor. For overnight reservations, contact any of the hotels listed below.

Downtown Indianapolis Hotels

Conrad Indianapolis www.conradhotels1.hilton.com 317-713-5000
Crowne Plaza Union Station www.ichotelsgroup.com 317-631-2221
Embassy Suites www.embassysuites1.hilton.com 317-236-1800
Fairfield Inn www.theplacetobeindy.com 317-636-7678
Hampton Inn Downtown www.hamptondt.com 317-261-1200
Hilton Garden Inn Downtown www.hiltongardeninn.com 317-955-9700
Hilton Indianapolis www.hilton.com 317-972-0600
JW Marriott www.marriott.com 317-860-5800
Conrad Indianapolis www.conradhotels1.hilton.com 317-713-5000
Marriott Downtown www.marriott.com 317-822-3500
Conrad Indianapolis www.omnihotels.com 317-634-6664
Sheraton City Centre www.starwoodhotels.com 317-635-2000
The Westin www.westin.com 317-262-8100

Faculty
Seminars are presented by Gary Gokey. Gary has been working with Safety Management Group (SMG) since 2002 and is a part of the Safety Services team. He is an authorized instructor through the OSHA Training Institute OSHA Outreach Training Program and has been delivering the OSHA General Industry 10- and 30-Hour Outreach Course for several years. He has received SMG’s Customer Service Triumph Achievement Award (unsolicited client feedback) every year for his exemplary service to clients. Gary received his Associate in Applied Science Degree in Civil Engineering, an Associate in Risk Management, and is a Certified Safety Professional (CSP). Gary’s prior employment includes positions as: Senior Loss Control Consultant for Hartford Insurance, Loss Control Consultant for American States Insurance Company (SAFECO), Senior Loss Control Representative for Acuity Insurance and Senior Risk Control Consultant for St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Company.

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May
5
Tue
Heartland Machine & Engineering Open House @ Heartland Machine & Engineering
May 5 – May 6 all-day
May
14
Thu
IMA/Constellation Energy Webinar @ Webinar
May 14 @ 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm

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Exclusive IMA Energy Webinar
Thursday, May 14th – 1:30 pm EST

As a member of the Indiana Manufacturers Association (IMA), you can manage your energy costs through IMA’s member benefit Energy Program with Constellation. Register for IMA’s complimentary energy webinar on May 14th at 1:30 pm EST to hear from Ed Wilson, Executive Director, Association Sales at Constellation.

Topics Include:

IMA Energy Program:  How can the IMA Energy Program help your facility? IMA members can manage energy costs in new and powerful ways to achieve budget certainty, cost savings, and financial protection with Constellation’s full range of integrated energy solutions.
Energy Market Update:  Energy prices are near record lows. Learn about the 2015 gas and power demand outlook through the rest of the year and find out if now a good time to buy.
Gas Supply & Demand:  Gas production is at an all-time high. What does this mean for customers? Learn more about LNG exports, historical gas trends and fracking.
Managed Portfolio Services (MPS):  Constellation’s full-service, one provider model for sophisticated customers that can help IMA members meet cost-related objectives and save time with diversified procurement strategies that can help minimize risk.

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Jun
1
Mon
OSHA 10-Hour Voluntary Compliance Course – June 1-2, 2015 @ Safety Managemet Group, Indianapolis
Jun 1 – Jun 2 all-day

GET FREE OSHA TRAINING!

The IMA, in cooperation with the Indiana Department of Labor, has partnered to provide free OSHA 10- and 30-hour training to Indiana companies with less than 250 employees. In order to be eligible for the program, your company must have less than 250 employees, request a maximum of three free scholarships and submit the scholarship application form prior to the training.

Free OSHA Training Application Process:
1) Click here to fill out the free scholarship application form.
2) Include names of participants for free training (maximum of 3).
3) Write a short paragraph on how the training will benefit your company.
4) Submit your application with the above items to Kathy Gundle at the IMA via fax at 317-231-2320. For questions, contact Kathy at 317-713-5934 or toll free at 1-800-462-7762, ext. 241.

It’s just that simple to receive FREE OSHA training!  Space and Scholarship Dollars are Limited … So Apply Today!

REGISTER NOW!

About the 10-Hour Course
The “OSHA 10-Hour Voluntary Compliance Course,” presented by the Indiana Manufacturers Association, will detail how OSHA regulations may be implemented in the workplace, with a focus on the most frequently referenced standards. Also included will be rights and responsibilities under the act, voluntary protection programs and a special hazard recognition segment. All participants will receive a Certificate of Completion.

You Will Learn To:
• Locate and apply OSHA standards, policies and procedures, and regulations to existing safety and health programs
• Identify violation of OSHA standards
• Describe abatement procedures
• Conduct internal training on OSHA regulations

Agenda

Day 1
• Intro to OSHA, Inspections/Citations, Recordkeeping and Safety Programs
• Material Handling/Powered Industrial Trucks
• Personal Protective Equipment
• Machine Guarding

Day 2
• Electrical Standard
• Hazardous Materials
• Material Handling
• Hazard Recognition: “What’s Wrong with this Picture”

Registration
Fees include a light breakfast, refreshments, the OSHA Standards for General Industry and What Every Supervisor Should Know About OSHA General Industry books. Lunch will be on your own. There are several restaurants located nearby.

Cost: $399 for IMA members and $499 for nonmembers.

Course Fees/Cancellations: Please note that all course fees must be paid 72 hours in advance or reserved with a credit card number prior to the training date. Cancellations must be received 72 hours prior to the event or registration fees will be non-refundable.

To register online, click HERE.

You may also contact Kathy Gundle at kgundle@imaweb.com or at 800-462-7762.

Further Information

Successful Course Completion
All participants will receive an official 10-Hour or 30-Hour wallet card from the U.S. Department of Labor, OSHA, as well as a certificate of completion from IMA.

Location/Overnight Accommodations
This meeting will take place at Safety Management Group, located at 8335 Keystone Crossing, Suite 103, Indianapolis, IN 46240. There are several hotels nearby. Click HERE to find one.

Faculty
Seminars are presented by Gary Gokey. Gary has been working with Safety Management Group (SMG) since 2002 and is a part of the Safety Services team. He is an authorized instructor through the OSHA Training Institute OSHA Outreach Training Program and has been delivering the OSHA General Industry 10- and 30-Hour Outreach Course for several years. He has received SMG’s Customer Service Triumph Achievement Award (unsolicited client feedback) every year for his exemplary service to clients. Gary received his Associate in Applied Science Degree in Civil Engineering, an Associate in Risk Management, and is a Certified Safety Professional (CSP). Gary’s prior employment includes positions as: Senior Loss Control Consultant for Hartford Insurance, Loss Control Consultant for American States Insurance Company (SAFECO), Senior Loss Control Representative for Acuity Insurance and Senior Risk Control Consultant for St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Company.

REGISTER NOW!

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OSHA 30-Hour Voluntary Compliance Course – June 1-4, 2015 @ Safety Management Group, Indianapolis
Jun 1 – Jun 4 all-day

GET FREE OSHA TRAINING!

The IMA, in cooperation with the Indiana Department of Labor, has partnered to provide free OSHA 10- and 30-hour training to Indiana companies with less than 250 employees. In order to be eligible for the program, your company must have less than 250 employees, request a maximum of three free scholarships and submit the scholarship application form prior to the training.

Free OSHA Training Application Process:
1) Click here to fill out the free scholarship application form.
2) Include names of participants for free training (maximum of 3).
3) Write a short paragraph on how the training will benefit your company.
4) Submit your application with the above items to Kathy Gundle at the IMA via fax at 317-231-2320. For questions, contact Kathy at 317-713-5934 or toll free at 1-800-462-7762, ext. 241.

It’s just that simple to receive FREE OSHA training!  Space and Scholarship Dollars are Limited … So Apply Today!

REGISTER NOW!

About the 30-Hour Course
The “OSHA 30-Hour Voluntary Compliance Course” is designed for private-sector personnel and provides a comprehensive review on how the Occupational Safety and Health Act provisions may be effectively implemented in the workplace. The course will provide an in-depth analysis of employers ‘ rights and responsibilities, inspections, penalties, recordkeeping, and hazard recognition, as well as specific compliance assistance on major employer requirements of the Occupational Safety and Health Act.

Agenda

Day 1
• Introduction to OSHA – OSHA Act – Inspections – Citations and General Safety and Health (2 hrs.)
• Means of Egress & Fire Protection – Subpart E and L (1 hr.)
• Personal Protective Equipment – Subpart I (2 hrs.)
• Walking/Working Surfaces – Subpart D (2 hrs.)
• Electrical – Subpart S (2 hrs.)

Day 2
• Safety & Health Programs – Ergonomics, Workplace Safety, Job Safety Analysis (3 hrs.)
• Machine Guarding – Subpart O (1 hr.)
• Welding, Cutting, & Brazing – Subpart Q (1 hr.)
• Introduction to Industrial Hygiene – Subpart Z (1 hr.)
• Fire Protection – Fire Extinguishers – Subpart L (1 hr.)
• Permit Required Confined Spaces – Subpart J (1 hr.)

Day 3
• Control of Hazardous Energy – Lockout/Tagout: LOTO – Subpart J (1 hr.)
• Hazardous Material – Flammables/Combustible Liquids – Subpart H (1 hr.)
• Hazard Communication – Subpart Z (1 hr.)
• Electrical – Arc Flash: NFPA 70E – Subpart S (1 hr.)
• Material Handling – Powered Industrial Trucks – Overhead Hoist & Cranes – Subpart N (2 hrs.)
• Ladders – Subpart D (1 hr.)
• Hand & Power Tools – Subpart P (1 hr.)

Day 4
• Noise/Hearing Conservation Program – Subpart G (1 hr.)
• Safety & Health Programs – Accident Investigations (1 hr.)
• Aerial Lifts – Subpart F (0.5 hr.)
• Bloodborne Pathogens – Subpart Z (1 hr.)
• Fall Protection – Subpart F (1 hr.)
• Recordkeeping – 29 CFR 1904 (1.5 hrs.)
• Conclusion & Test (1 hr.)

Training will conclude with a test based upon the materials covered.

Registration
Fees include a light breakfast, refreshments, the OSHA Standards for General Industry and What Every Supervisor Should Know About OSHA General Industry books. Lunch will be on your own. There are several restaurants located nearby.

Cost: $699 for IMA members and $899 for nonmembers.

Course Fees/Cancellations: Please note that all course fees must be paid 72 hours in advance or reserved with a credit card number prior to the training date. Cancellations must be received 72 hours prior to the event or registration fees will be non-refundable.

To register online, click HERE.

You may also contact Kathy Gundle at kgundle@imaweb.com or at 800-462-7762.

Further Information

Successful Course Completion
All participants will receive an official 10-Hour or 30-Hour wallet card from the U.S. Department of Labor, OSHA, as well as a certificate of completion from IMA.

Location/Overnight Accomodations
This meeting will take place at Safety Management Group, located at 8335 Keystone Crossing, Suite 103, Indianapolis, IN 46240. There are several hotels nearby. Click HERE to find one.

Faculty
Seminars are presented by Gary Gokey. Gary has been working with Safety Management Group (SMG) since 2002 and is a part of the Safety Services team. He is an authorized instructor through the OSHA Training Institute OSHA Outreach Training Program and has been delivering the OSHA General Industry 10- and 30-Hour Outreach Course for several years. He has received SMG’s Customer Service Triumph Achievement Award (unsolicited client feedback) every year for his exemplary service to clients. Gary received his Associate in Applied Science Degree in Civil Engineering, an Associate in Risk Management, and is a Certified Safety Professional (CSP). Gary’s prior employment includes positions as: Senior Loss Control Consultant for Hartford Insurance, Loss Control Consultant for American States Insurance Company (SAFECO), Senior Loss Control Representative for Acuity Insurance and Senior Risk Control Consultant for St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Company.

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Jun
18
Thu
2015 IMA/IMPAC Golf Outing – June 18, 2015 – Country Club of Indianapolis @ Country Club of Indianapolis
Jun 18 all-day

Details

Location: The Country Club of Indianapolis, 2801 Country Club Road, Indianapolis, IN 46234.

Date: June 18, 2015.

Lunch: 11:00 a.m.

Shotgun Start: 12:00 p.m., dinner immediately following the outing.

Cost:  $300 per person or $900 per foursome.

Directions: Click HERE for Google map.

REGISTER/SPONSOR ONLINE BY CLICKING HERE

 

Sponsorships

Sponsorship opportunities for the IMPAC Golf Outing are available. Listed below are the levels of sponsorship from which you may choose.

To become a sponsor, fill out the sponsorship form and mail to Kathy Gundle at IMA, One American Square, Suite 2400, Box 82012, Indianapolis, IN 46282. Should you have questions, contact Kathy at 800-462-7762, ext. 241 or kgundle@imaweb.com.

Sponsorship deadline: June 10, 2015

Gold Sponsors: $2,000
(Click to get a sponsorship form)

Gold sponsors receive:
• Hole signage
• Two ads in any IMA electronic publication (Executive Memo, HR Memo)
• Foursome golf group
• Lunch/Dinner recognition
• Lunch signage
• Beverage cart signage

Silver Sponsors: $1,500
(Click to get a sponsorship form)

Silver sponsors receive:
• Hole signage
• One ad in any IMA electronic publication (Executive Memo, HR Memo)
• Foursome golf group
• Lunch/Dinner recognition
• Lunch signage

Patron Sponsors: $1,000
(Click to get a sponsorship form)

Patron sponsors receive:
• Hole signage
• Foursome golf group
• Lunch/Dinner recognition

Tee Box Sponsorship: $500
(Click to get a sponsorship form)

Opportunity to set up your company display at one of the tee boxes. (Contact Kathy Gundle at kgundle@imaweb.com or 317.713.5934 for more information.)

Other Sponsorships
(Click to get a sponsorship form)

• $200 Hole Sponsor
• $500 Lunch Sponsor
• $600 Beverage Cart Sponsor
• $800 Dinner/Awards Banquet

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Aug
3
Mon
OSHA 10-Hour Voluntary Compliance Course – August 3-4, 2015 @ IMA Conference Center, Indianapolis
Aug 3 – Aug 4 all-day

GET FREE OSHA TRAINING!

The IMA, in cooperation with the Indiana Department of Labor, has partnered to provide free OSHA 10- and 30-hour training to Indiana companies with less than 250 employees. In order to be eligible for the program, your company must have less than 250 employees, request a maximum of three free scholarships and submit the scholarship application form prior to the training.

Free OSHA Training Application Process:
1) Click here to fill out the free scholarship application form.
2) Include names of participants for free training (maximum of 3).
3) Write a short paragraph on how the training will benefit your company.
4) Submit your application with the above items to Kathy Gundle at the IMA via fax at 317-231-2320. For questions, contact Kathy at 317-713-5934 or toll free at 1-800-462-7762, ext. 241.

It’s just that simple to receive FREE OSHA training!  Space and Scholarship Dollars are Limited … So Apply Today!

REGISTER NOW!

About the 10-Hour Course
The “OSHA 10-Hour Voluntary Compliance Course,” presented by the Indiana Manufacturers Association, will detail how OSHA regulations may be implemented in the workplace, with a focus on the most frequently referenced standards. Also included will be rights and responsibilities under the act, voluntary protection programs and a special hazard recognition segment. All participants will receive a Certificate of Completion.

You Will Learn To:
• Locate and apply OSHA standards, policies and procedures, and regulations to existing safety and health programs
• Identify violation of OSHA standards
• Describe abatement procedures
• Conduct internal training on OSHA regulations

Agenda

Day 1
• Intro to OSHA, Inspections/Citations, Recordkeeping and Safety Programs
• Material Handling/Powered Industrial Trucks
• Personal Protective Equipment
• Machine Guarding

Day 2
• Electrical Standard
• Hazardous Materials
• Material Handling
• Hazard Recognition: “What’s Wrong with this Picture”

Registration
Fees include a light breakfast, refreshments, the OSHA Standards for General Industry and What Every Supervisor Should Know About OSHA General Industry books. Lunch will be on your own. There are several restaurants located nearby and a cafeteria on the first floor of the OneAmerican building.

Cost: $399 for IMA members and $499 for nonmembers.

Course Fees/Cancellations: Please note that all course fees must be paid 72 hours in advance or reserved with a credit card number prior to the training date. Cancellations must be received 72 hours prior to the event or registration fees will be non-refundable.

To register online, click HERE.

You may also contact Kathy Gundle at kgundle@imaweb.com or at 800-462-7762.

Further Information

Successful Course Completion
All participants will receive an official 10-Hour or 30-Hour wallet card from the U.S. Department of Labor, OSHA, as well as a certificate of completion from IMA.

Overnight Accommodations
All conferences will take place at the IMA Conference Center, located in the OneAmerica building in downtown Indianapolis. The OneAmerica Building is located on the corner of Illinois and Ohio Streets, and the conference center is located on the 24th floor. For overnight reservations, contact any of the hotels listed below.

Downtown Indianapolis Hotels

Conrad Indianapolis www.conradhotels1.hilton.com 317-713-5000
Crowne Plaza Union Station www.ichotelsgroup.com 317-631-2221
Embassy Suites www.embassysuites1.hilton.com 317-236-1800
Fairfield Inn www.theplacetobeindy.com 317-636-7678
Hampton Inn Downtown www.hamptondt.com 317-261-1200
Hilton Garden Inn Downtown www.hiltongardeninn.com 317-955-9700
Hilton Indianapolis www.hilton.com 317-972-0600
JW Marriott www.marriott.com 317-860-5800
Conrad Indianapolis www.conradhotels1.hilton.com 317-713-5000
Marriott Downtown www.marriott.com 317-822-3500
Conrad Indianapolis www.omnihotels.com 317-634-6664
Sheraton City Centre www.starwoodhotels.com 317-635-2000
The Westin www.westin.com 317-262-8100

Faculty
Seminars are presented by Gary Gokey. Gary has been working with Safety Management Group (SMG) since 2002 and is a part of the Safety Services team. He is an authorized instructor through the OSHA Training Institute OSHA Outreach Training Program and has been delivering the OSHA General Industry 10- and 30-Hour Outreach Course for several years. He has received SMG’s Customer Service Triumph Achievement Award (unsolicited client feedback) every year for his exemplary service to clients. Gary received his Associate in Applied Science Degree in Civil Engineering, an Associate in Risk Management, and is a Certified Safety Professional (CSP). Gary’s prior employment includes positions as: Senior Loss Control Consultant for Hartford Insurance, Loss Control Consultant for American States Insurance Company (SAFECO), Senior Loss Control Representative for Acuity Insurance and Senior Risk Control Consultant for St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Company.

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Sep
21
Mon
OSHA 10-Hour Voluntary Compliance Course – Sept. 21-22, 2015 @ IMA Conference Center, Indianapolis
Sep 21 – Sep 22 all-day

GET FREE OSHA TRAINING!

The IMA, in cooperation with the Indiana Department of Labor, has partnered to provide free OSHA 10- and 30-hour training to Indiana companies with less than 250 employees. In order to be eligible for the program, your company must have less than 250 employees, request a maximum of three free scholarships and submit the scholarship application form prior to the training.

Free OSHA Training Application Process:
1) Click here to fill out the free scholarship application form.
2) Include names of participants for free training (maximum of 3).
3) Write a short paragraph on how the training will benefit your company.
4) Submit your application with the above items to Kathy Gundle at the IMA via fax at 317-231-2320. For questions, contact Kathy at 317-713-5934 or toll free at 1-800-462-7762, ext. 241.

It’s just that simple to receive FREE OSHA training!  Space and Scholarship Dollars are Limited … So Apply Today!

REGISTER NOW!

About the 10-Hour Course
The “OSHA 10-Hour Voluntary Compliance Course,” presented by the Indiana Manufacturers Association, will detail how OSHA regulations may be implemented in the workplace, with a focus on the most frequently referenced standards. Also included will be rights and responsibilities under the act, voluntary protection programs and a special hazard recognition segment. All participants will receive a Certificate of Completion.

You Will Learn To:
• Locate and apply OSHA standards, policies and procedures, and regulations to existing safety and health programs
• Identify violation of OSHA standards
• Describe abatement procedures
• Conduct internal training on OSHA regulations

Agenda

Day 1
• Intro to OSHA, Inspections/Citations, Recordkeeping and Safety Programs
• Material Handling/Powered Industrial Trucks
• Personal Protective Equipment
• Machine Guarding

Day 2
• Electrical Standard
• Hazardous Materials
• Material Handling
• Hazard Recognition: “What’s Wrong with this Picture”

Registration
Fees include a light breakfast, refreshments, the OSHA Standards for General Industry and What Every Supervisor Should Know About OSHA General Industry books. Lunch will be on your own. There are several restaurants located nearby and a cafeteria on the first floor of the OneAmerican building.

Cost: $399 for IMA members and $499 for nonmembers.

Course Fees/Cancellations: Please note that all course fees must be paid 72 hours in advance or reserved with a credit card number prior to the training date. Cancellations must be received 72 hours prior to the event or registration fees will be non-refundable.

To register online, click HERE.

You may also contact Kathy Gundle at kgundle@imaweb.com or at 800-462-7762.

Further Information

Successful Course Completion
All participants will receive an official 10-Hour or 30-Hour wallet card from the U.S. Department of Labor, OSHA, as well as a certificate of completion from IMA.

Overnight Accommodations
All conferences will take place at the IMA Conference Center, located in the OneAmerica building in downtown Indianapolis. The OneAmerica Building is located on the corner of Illinois and Ohio Streets, and the conference center is located on the 24th floor. For overnight reservations, contact any of the hotels listed below.

Downtown Indianapolis Hotels

Conrad Indianapolis www.conradhotels1.hilton.com 317-713-5000
Crowne Plaza Union Station www.ichotelsgroup.com 317-631-2221
Embassy Suites www.embassysuites1.hilton.com 317-236-1800
Fairfield Inn www.theplacetobeindy.com 317-636-7678
Hampton Inn Downtown www.hamptondt.com 317-261-1200
Hilton Garden Inn Downtown www.hiltongardeninn.com 317-955-9700
Hilton Indianapolis www.hilton.com 317-972-0600
JW Marriott www.marriott.com 317-860-5800
Conrad Indianapolis www.conradhotels1.hilton.com 317-713-5000
Marriott Downtown www.marriott.com 317-822-3500
Conrad Indianapolis www.omnihotels.com 317-634-6664
Sheraton City Centre www.starwoodhotels.com 317-635-2000
The Westin www.westin.com 317-262-8100

Faculty
Seminars are presented by Gary Gokey. Gary has been working with Safety Management Group (SMG) since 2002 and is a part of the Safety Services team. He is an authorized instructor through the OSHA Training Institute OSHA Outreach Training Program and has been delivering the OSHA General Industry 10- and 30-Hour Outreach Course for several years. He has received SMG’s Customer Service Triumph Achievement Award (unsolicited client feedback) every year for his exemplary service to clients. Gary received his Associate in Applied Science Degree in Civil Engineering, an Associate in Risk Management, and is a Certified Safety Professional (CSP). Gary’s prior employment includes positions as: Senior Loss Control Consultant for Hartford Insurance, Loss Control Consultant for American States Insurance Company (SAFECO), Senior Loss Control Representative for Acuity Insurance and Senior Risk Control Consultant for St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Company.

REGISTER NOW!

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OSHA 30-Hour Voluntary Compliance Course – Sept. 21-24, 2015 @ IMA Conference Center, Indianapolis
Sep 21 – Sep 24 all-day

GET FREE OSHA TRAINING!

The IMA, in cooperation with the Indiana Department of Labor, has partnered to provide free OSHA 10- and 30-hour training to Indiana companies with less than 250 employees. In order to be eligible for the program, your company must have less than 250 employees, request a maximum of three free scholarships and submit the scholarship application form prior to the training.

Free OSHA Training Application Process:
1) Click here to fill out the free scholarship application form.
2) Include names of participants for free training (maximum of 3).
3) Write a short paragraph on how the training will benefit your company.
4) Submit your application with the above items to Kathy Gundle at the IMA via fax at 317-231-2320. For questions, contact Kathy at 317-713-5934 or toll free at 1-800-462-7762, ext. 241.

It’s just that simple to receive FREE OSHA training!  Space and Scholarship Dollars are Limited … So Apply Today!

REGISTER NOW!

About the 30-Hour Course
The “OSHA 30-Hour Voluntary Compliance Course” is designed for private-sector personnel and provides a comprehensive review on how the Occupational Safety and Health Act provisions may be effectively implemented in the workplace. The course will provide an in-depth analysis of employers ‘ rights and responsibilities, inspections, penalties, recordkeeping, and hazard recognition, as well as specific compliance assistance on major employer requirements of the Occupational Safety and Health Act.

Agenda

Day 1
• Introduction to OSHA – OSHA Act – Inspections – Citations and General Safety and Health (2 hrs.)
• Means of Egress & Fire Protection – Subpart E and L (1 hr.)
• Personal Protective Equipment – Subpart I (2 hrs.)
• Walking/Working Surfaces – Subpart D (2 hrs.)
• Electrical – Subpart S (2 hrs.)

Day 2
• Safety & Health Programs – Ergonomics, Workplace Safety, Job Safety Analysis (3 hrs.)
• Machine Guarding – Subpart O (1 hr.)
• Welding, Cutting, & Brazing – Subpart Q (1 hr.)
• Introduction to Industrial Hygiene – Subpart Z (1 hr.)
• Fire Protection – Fire Extinguishers – Subpart L (1 hr.)
• Permit Required Confined Spaces – Subpart J (1 hr.)

Day 3
• Control of Hazardous Energy – Lockout/Tagout: LOTO – Subpart J (1 hr.)
• Hazardous Material – Flammables/Combustible Liquids – Subpart H (1 hr.)
• Hazard Communication – Subpart Z (1 hr.)
• Electrical – Arc Flash: NFPA 70E – Subpart S (1 hr.)
• Material Handling – Powered Industrial Trucks – Overhead Hoist & Cranes – Subpart N (2 hrs.)
• Ladders – Subpart D (1 hr.)
• Hand & Power Tools – Subpart P (1 hr.)

Day 4
• Noise/Hearing Conservation Program – Subpart G (1 hr.)
• Safety & Health Programs – Accident Investigations (1 hr.)
• Aerial Lifts – Subpart F (0.5 hr.)
• Bloodborne Pathogens – Subpart Z (1 hr.)
• Fall Protection – Subpart F (1 hr.)
• Recordkeeping – 29 CFR 1904 (1.5 hrs.)
• Conclusion & Test (1 hr.)

Training will conclude with a test based upon the materials covered.

Registration
Fees include a light breakfast, refreshments, the OSHA Standards for General Industry and What Every Supervisor Should Know About OSHA General Industry books. Lunch will be on your own. There are several restaurants located nearby and a cafeteria on the first floor of the OneAmerican building. include a light breakfast, refreshments, the and books. Lunch will be on your own. There are several restaurants located nearby and a cafeteria on the first floor of the OneAmerican building.

Cost: $699 for IMA members and $899 for nonmembers.

Course Fees/Cancellations: Please note that all course fees must be paid 72 hours in advance or reserved with a credit card number prior to the training date. Cancellations must be received 72 hours prior to the event or registration fees will be non-refundable.

To register online, click HERE.

You may also contact Kathy Gundle at kgundle@imaweb.com or at 800-462-7762.

Further Information

Successful Course Completion
All participants will receive an official 10-Hour or 30-Hour wallet card from the U.S. Department of Labor, OSHA, as well as a certificate of completion from IMA.

Overnight Accomodations
All conferences will take place at the IMA Conference Center, located in the OneAmerica building in downtown Indianapolis. The OneAmerica Building is located on the corner of Illinois and Ohio Streets, and the conference center is located on the 24th floor. For overnight reservations, contact any of the hotels listed below.

Downtown Indianapolis Hotels

Conrad Indianapolis www.conradhotels1.hilton.com 317-713-5000
Crowne Plaza Union Station www.ichotelsgroup.com 317-631-2221
Embassy Suites www.embassysuites1.hilton.com 317-236-1800
Fairfield Inn www.theplacetobeindy.com 317-636-7678
Hampton Inn Downtown www.hamptondt.com 317-261-1200
Hilton Garden Inn Downtown www.hiltongardeninn.com 317-955-9700
Hilton Indianapolis www.hilton.com 317-972-0600
JW Marriott www.marriott.com 317-860-5800
Conrad Indianapolis www.conradhotels1.hilton.com 317-713-5000
Marriott Downtown www.marriott.com 317-822-3500
Conrad Indianapolis www.omnihotels.com 317-634-6664
Sheraton City Centre www.starwoodhotels.com 317-635-2000
The Westin www.westin.com 317-262-8100

Faculty
Seminars are presented by Gary Gokey. Gary has been working with Safety Management Group (SMG) since 2002 and is a part of the Safety Services team. He is an authorized instructor through the OSHA Training Institute OSHA Outreach Training Program and has been delivering the OSHA General Industry 10- and 30-Hour Outreach Course for several years. He has received SMG’s Customer Service Triumph Achievement Award (unsolicited client feedback) every year for his exemplary service to clients. Gary received his Associate in Applied Science Degree in Civil Engineering, an Associate in Risk Management, and is a Certified Safety Professional (CSP). Gary’s prior employment includes positions as: Senior Loss Control Consultant for Hartford Insurance, Loss Control Consultant for American States Insurance Company (SAFECO), Senior Loss Control Representative for Acuity Insurance and Senior Risk Control Consultant for St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Company.

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Oct
1
Thu
Double Results Supervision/Leadership @ IMA Conference Center
Oct 1 @ 8:30 am – 4:00 pm

Please Join Us For a Practical Workshop to Learn How to
Double Organizational/Company Results … Quickly & Simply!

Click Here to Register!

Time:  Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m.  The program will run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., EST and lunch will be provided.

Course Fees/Cancellations: Please note that all course fees must be paid 72 hours in advance or reserved with a credit card prior to the training date. Cancellations must be received 72 hours prior to the event or registration fees will be non-refundable.

Presented by Myron Kanning

This program will be presented by Myron Kanning, a professor at the IU Kelley School of Business Department of Management and Entrepreneurship.

MKanningPhoto IUKelleySchoolofBusiness

Myron Kanning is passionate about making a difference in the competitiveness of America…one student…one person…one organization at a time. He takes this mission seriously and focuses his teaching, research, and experiences on achieving the highest possible results. He constantly searches for the best methods to elevate organizations to their potential.

His fast-paced, high-energy and insightful yet practical style challenges conventional/traditional business knowledge. He blows away many past performance perceptions, practices, and paradigms, then refills the void created with validated requirements and actions for the highest results.

Agenda

Introduction

Establishing Reality – Creating the Need Launching Pad

The Last 3 to 5 Years
The Traditional & Progressive Organization
The Boss & Leader Analysis
The Impact of Increasing Competitiveness & Market Change
Identify the Reality (Uniqueness) of Each Company/Department/Organization
◊  What Does Organization Feel Like?
◊  Productivity Improvement
◊  Adaptiveness
◊  Company/Department/Organization Competitiveness
FutureBiz© 2025 … A Game-Changer
Warning Signals
High Results Research Findings

Create a Narrow Focus – Clearly Defined Direction/Mission

Establishing Clarity
◊  Keep it Simple
The 2 or 3 of the Most Important Required Results
◊  Stretched
◊  Future Focused
◊  Sequential Approach

Alignment – The Critical Success Ingredient

Understanding the Point of View of Others
Communication Success Formula
Creating a Team

Involvement

Creating Individual Buy-In
Transitioning the Employee to a Valued Resource

Empowerment

Individual Accountability & Responsibility
Individual Innovators
◊  Linking to Market & Big Data
◊  Innovate Processes, Products & Procedures

Handling Negativity & Problems

Cannot Change the Past … Transition Skills to Re-Establish Future Buy-In
Objections & How to Handle

Personal Skills to Develop

Humility
Team Win-Win Focus (Win-Lose Short Term – Lose-Lose Long Term)
Consistency (Walk the Talk is True Test)
Courage (What it Feels Like Out on Limb by Yourself)

Review
What Will Attendees Take Away from the Program?

Why doubling is the new norm
The tools/concepts/actions required to double
How to implement the doubling tools
How to navigate barriers

Who Should Attend?
This workshop will benefit anyone responsible to lead others throughout all sizes of organizations, from front-line supervisors to top management.

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