February Technical Webinar/Meeting

  • February Technical Meeting
    February 5, 2021
    11:30 am - 1:00 pm

Your chapter Secretary Nick Sexton, MPH, CSP, ARM, CPCU will be lifting the veil behind the mystery that is your experience modifier (EMOD).

This webinar will be hosted through WebEx. Registration for the event will not automatically send you the meeting invitation details. We will send those invites Monday and Thursday evenings the week of the meeting for those individuals that have registered on this website. We encourage you to log in to the meeting 5 to 10 minutes early to familiarize yourself with the functionality and ensure the meeting properly loads on your computer. For navigating the WebEx interface, please view this reference guide.

We have not and are not charging a fee for our monthly webinars. The money gained from our monthly technical meetings is added to our student scholarship funds. We have added a ticket in $5 increments to this and future meetings for donating to our student scholarship fund. Our students would greatly appreciate any contributions you can make!

Here’s a little info about Nick:

I started my safety career in Aerospace Manufacturing in West Chester, OH.  My duties included creating, implementing, and training our maintenance team on LOTO; transitioning the company to Lean/Six Sigma; conducting tests on air quality and redesigning the facility’s HVAC; and maintaining, sampling, testing, and disposing of hazardous materials & hazardous waste.

While completing my Masters in Public Health (MPH), I transitioned to an Industrial Hygiene consulting firm based in Richmond, KY.  While in this role, I provided noise dosimetry, silica sampling, and ambient ethanol testing for various customers including various distilleries on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail.

After finishing my MPH, I joined Liberty Mutual Insurance as an Associate Consultant, working in Chicago, IL in the Risk Control Consulting Center before moving to Portland, OR to expand Liberty Mutual’s Consulting Center operations.  I then moved to Phoenix, AZ to provide safety consultative and industrial hygiene services to our business insurance customers in AZ, CA, CO, NM, TX, and UT; specializing in manufacturing & mining General Liability & Workers’ Compensation coverages.

Currently, I serve as a Technical Consultant in AZ & NM for Liberty Mutual’s largest customer, UPS, providing dedicated risk control services, collaborating with management and employees to reduce claim frequency & severity, training new managers & supervisors in behavioral safety techniques & corporate safety programs, conducting new building & equipment installations & modifications, and evaluating data to create & implement service plans that target sources of risk, loss, & costs for Auto and Workers’ Compensation.

 

Venue:  

Tickets Price Qty
ASSP Membershow details + $0.00 (USD)  
Meeting Sponsorshow details + $50.00 (USD)  
Donation to Student Scholarship Fundshow details + $5.00 (USD)