Meeting Schedule
Loss Control
Phone (800) 842-4971
Fax (517) 485-4809
Michael E. Shultz Assistant Administrator, Director of Loss Control & Training (616) 283-1103
Michael Phillips Sr. Loss Control Specialist (616) 283-1296
Featured Training
Hazard Communication “Right to Know – Your Road To Safety”
Employees often work with hazardous chemicals and don’t understand the safety risks of these agents. In this program, employees will understand the importance of understanding the chemical health, flammability and reactivity hazards. The program is offered with DVD/PowerPoint or Mike Phillips will perform several interesting hands-on chemical usage demonstrations.
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Bloodborne Pathogens Awareness Training
Bloodborne pathogens are organisms that cause diseases, illnesses and possibly death. These diseases are spread by contact with blood or certain other body fluids. This awareness program is designed to reinforce the importance of taking universal precautions and informing your employer when you have had a risk exposure to potential BBP.

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Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration
The mission of the Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA) is to help assure the safety and health of Michigan workers. Michigan uses their own safety standards for both general industry and construction. Safety education and training is available to all employers and employees.
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Garage & Vehicle Housekeeping
Poor housekeeping practices can contribute to accidents such as (but not limited to) fires and vehicle accidents due to sliding debris near the brake or accelerator pedals within the vehicle/equipment cabs.
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Elevated Truck Dump Boxes
Elevated truck dump boxes can cause a lot of damage when drivers forget to lower the truck box while entering garages and salt storage buildings. Another occupational hazard on the jobsite are low hanging overhead service wires. Stay alert!
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Vehicle & Equipment Operation : Backing Accident Prevention Using Radar Technology

It should be no surprise that backing accidents have occurred around our facilities and worksites. Specifically, claim information indicates that over the years, our drivers have backed into such items as (but not limited to) facility walls/doors, parked/stopped vehicles, poles and abutments. With each accident, thousands of dollars are spent repairing vehicles (direct costs) and the related indirect expenses (i.e. vehicle down time). In addition to property damage, backing related accidents ... [read more]

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