•  July 28, 2021
     1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

When ANY incident (accident) occurs, it is one big cycle that can affect several things – including the bottom line. This includes workers compensation, OSHA fines, lost work hours and potential litigation.

Join Roger Paveza of Vista Safety Consulting as he provides you information on:

  • The direct costs vs. indirect costs of workplace injuries
  • How it affects your Experience Modification Rate (EMR)
  • The importance of a good incident reporting & investigation process
  • The importance of a return-to-work program
  • And much, much more…

Who should Attend:
CEOs, General Managers, Plant Managers, EHS Professionals and other leaders responsible for facility safety.

About the presenter:
As President of Vista Safety Consulting, Roger Paveza has more than 25 years of health, safety, and risk management experience. He has provided technical and professional guidance to a broad range of industry sectors including manufacturing, graphic arts, food processing, and construction. Roger utilizes his knowledge and experience to deliver innovative solutions and cost-effective measures for managing clients’ risk.
Before starting up Vista Safety Consulting, Roger managed the safety consulting division for a major insurance brokerage firm in Schaumburg, IL. Prior to that, he worked for a global engineering firm as well as a large ladder manufacturer.
Vista Safety Consulting, LLC believes in forming a relationship with our clients built on practicality, a passion for safety, and most of all – integrity. We work to ensure that each client knows that we are an advocate on their behalf. Roger can be contacted at roger@vistasafetyconsulting.com or (847) 951-7544.

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Wednesday, July 28, 2021

2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Eastern
1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Central

FREE to GLGA Members
$39.00 for Not Yet-Members

A confirmation email with the connection information will be sent to you a few days before the webinar.




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