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Topic One:

Accident Analysis – Why Should I Do It?

Join us to better understand the accident analysis process and learn an organized approach for identifying and correcting hazards. You’ll learn about basic elements of a written accident analysis program, the primary causal factors of accidents and action steps that can be taken in analyzing accidents.

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P: (614) 578-3596
E: lisa.h.2@bwc.state.oh.us

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Lisa Houston
Bureau of Workers’ Compensation – Division of Safety & Hygiene

Lisa Houston is an industrial safety consultant specialist with the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation – Division of Safety & Hygiene. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration specializing in risk management and insurance from The Ohio State University and a Master’s in Organizational Leadership from IWU. As an industrial safety consultant specialist, she performs safety consultative services in a wide range of industries and topics – including safety management, leadership development, cultural change, onsite visits, safety training and safety program review.

Topic Two:

Why Employee Mental Health Matters

In the field of Health and Safety, there will always be a large focus on the wellbeing of our workforce. However, immediate physical threats often take the forefront of this focus, but it’s always good to remember the “health” side of it too. Mental health is just as important as physical health. This program will cover the effects that poor mental health can have on a person, what to look out for, resources available and why it is so important to the industry and your company as whole.

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P: (614) 278-0057
E: cwirick@netcareaccess.org

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Carrie, Wirick, LPCC-S, LICDC-CS
Netcare Access

Carrie has 30 years in the mental health and substance abuse treatment field. She has been involved in the Crisis Residential Association from the beginning and is on the board. She received her master’s degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from Bowling Green State University and her post graduate studies at the University of Dayton. She is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and a Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor in the state of Ohio. Carrie has worked as a substance abuse and mental health counselor in community mental health, hospitals, private practice, managed care and crisis centers and has been in management for more than 21 years. In her current work, she directs two Crisis Residential units, a high-volume Crisis Hotline and Homeless Hotline and a community trauma support mobile team, as well as maintaining a private practice. She sees her job in mental health management as “Making it easy for staff to do the right thing.”