"This is an Active Shooter Training like no other I have ever experienced. The Peaceful Warriors are heartfelt and empowering in their lessons using real life examples.“ - Mike Sekula, VP of Safety, Inpro Corporation
Mike Bolender has been an Oak Creek Police Department for 28 years and has responded to two active shooter incidents. The first active shooter was in 2004 at Comfort Suites as one of Oak Creek’s SWAT Team Leaders, Mike and his team took the shooter into custody after the shooter killed several people and then barricaded
with a hostage in a room. After this first active shooter Mike began researching and studying current active shooter response protocols and identified several gaps in trained responses. Then in 2012 Mike was involved in his second active shooter at the Sikh Temple in which Capt. Bolender was tasked with being the incident commander overseeing law enforcement operations and response to the shooting at the Sikh Temple.
After Mike’s involvement in two active shooters he saw firsthand the tragic effects and short comings of current active shooter response protocols taught to most. With this motivation Mike and his Team created a three-pronged approach to Active Shooter Events which no other program in the country contains.
S80 W18766 Apollo Dr,
Muskego, WI 53150
Wednesday, October 16th
11:30 AM-12:00 PM Lunch and Networking
12:00 PM – 2:00 PM Presentation
$25 – Lunch Included
Who Should Attend:
Peaceful Warrior Training Group www.pwtraininggroup.com
All it takes is just one employee’s misconduct and failure to follow the employer’s safety rules and procedures for OSHA to issue a Citation and thousands of dollars (sometimes hundreds of thousands) in penalties against the employer. Learn the law involved, and tried and true methods to revitalizing your Company’s health and safety programs, training and documentation to establish the “unpreventable employee misconduct” defense – one of the most important defenses on the books – for OSHA citations involving hourly and supervisory employee violations of your Company’s safety rules and procedures.
Pabst Boiler House
1243 N. 10th Street, Suite 200
Milwaukee, WI 53205
Wednesday, September 25, 2019
9:00AM – 9:30AM Breakfast and Networking
9:30AM – 10:30AM Presentation
$25 – Hot Breakfast Included
Who Should Attend:
Attorneys, Safety & Health Professionals, Risk Managers, Human Resource Professionals, Plant Managers, Insurance Professionals
Dean F. Kelley, Attorney – Ogletree Deakins
Please join us for the inaugural Risk, Health, And Safety For All
Conference held at the luxurious Potawatomi Hotel & Casino.
The conference is being hosted by the ASSP Wisconsin Chapter,
but is a collaboration of multiple local, state, and national
groups. The conference will truly embody the phrase “For All”.
There will be a little bit of everything from each category of risk,
health, and safety. Topics covered will range for an intended
audience of seasoned professionals to intended audiences of
hourly workers. Multiple tracks of speakers will be speaking in
a breakout style format, allowing for each attendee to pick only
the topics that are of interest.
Presentation Topics Include
Using Why to Gain a Change in Culture, Cyber Safety and
Technology, Trends in Wearable Injury Prevention Technology,
Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity, Managing
Temporary Employers, Nurse Case Management 101, and
dozens of other relevant and interesting presentation topics.
Potawatomi Hotel & Casino
1721 W Canal St,
Milwaukee, WI 53233
Who Should Attend
Anyone who has an interest in the topics of
risk reduction, health, and safety in the workplace
Cost of Attendance
Hotel Room Block Information
A room block of $99.00 per night has been reserved.
To make reservations, go to www.paysbig.com select
“Book a Room” and enter ASSP9302019 in the
“Group Code” box or if you prefer call the hotel at
414-847-7400. In order to receive the discounted rate
your guests must ask for the American Society of Safety
Professionals room block.
For any additional questions please email:
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