- April 9, 2019
7:30 am - 4:15 pm
The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
Dealing with Difficult and Dangerous Situations in the Workplace
6.25 SHRM/HRCI credits pending.
Join us for an outstanding line up of speakers who will educate and prepare you to handle some of the most demanding and disturbing workplace situations that HR professionals and company leaders may encounter.
Opioids, Addiction and The Workplace
Dr. Dean Drosnes, Associate Medical Director, Caron Treatment Centers
Gregory DeLapp, CEO, Employee Assistance Professionals Association
Opioids and addiction are at epidemic levels and businesses of all sizes and industries must be prepared to deal with this challenging problem. We will take a deep dive into this topic and you’ll hear from those on the front lines of this issue.
Our keynote speakers will set the stage as they begin with a real- world overview of opioids and addiction in the workplace. They’ll discuss the contributors to substance abuse, how these chemicals affect the brain, hands on HR and EAP responses, implications for HR policy, how opioids have become a gateway to heroin use and much more.
Our keynote speakers will join the Honorable Judge David L. Ashworth and Dr. Lora Regan, Medical Director Corporate Health, Lancaster General Health in a panel discussion to answer all your questions.
Judge David L. Ashworth presides over “Drug Court”, a voluntary adult program based on proven national research. This Treatment Court targets primarily offenders who are ‘high risk/high needs’ through its evaluation process. This provides the participant an opportunity to pursue treatment for their addiction, while productively addressing associated legal problems.
Dr. Lora Regan is Medical Director Corporate Health for Lancaster General Health. Her current professional activities include the design and implementation of medical surveillance programs, corporate health and wellness, and work injury/disability management.
The Role of HR in Emergent Situation
George Giangi, B.S., M.S., Chairman, South Central PA Task Force Business, Industry & Infrastructure Subcommittee
Active shooter, disgruntled employees, life threatening bleeding, mass casualties, domestic violence, robbery…….think it can’t happen to you? Our afternoon will equip you for the worst situations you could encounter in your workplace.
How prepared is your organization for an unexpected event? Which hazards is your staff most prone to experiencing? Are your front-line employees as prepared as your managers to handle an emergency? Learn what to look for, how to minimize risks and empower and equip your staff to stay safe.
Triage and Stop the Bleed
Adam Marden, Operations Manager, Susquehanna Valley EMS
The ability to recognize life-threatening bleeding in someone who is injured and effectively assist that person can save a life. In addition, Simple Treatment and Rapid Triage (START) is a standardized and widely applicable triage methodology that enables responders to effectively and efficiently evaluate and prioritize victims during a mass casualty incident. This informative session will cover both topics.
HR, You’ve Got This
Andy Seebold, Senior Director, Business Services, Wellspan Health
We’ll help you end your day on a positive note. Andy will provide resources that can provide support not only for employees but for HR’s own self-care as they navigate the bad and the ugly in our workplace.
All cancellations must be received in writing. Members must email the cancellation to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cancellations received at least two (2) weeks prior to the conference date will receive a 100% refund. A processing fee will apply.
Cancellations received at least one (1) week prior to the conference date will receive a 50% refund. A processing fee will apply.
No refund will be issued for any cancellation request received within one (1) week of the conference date, however, an alternate person may attend in the registrant’s place.
Late registration fees will apply.