As employers pursue effective workplace wellness programs, their embrace of results-based financial incentives and other emerging health management strategies is likely to broaden this year. Twenty-three percent of large employers polled in a survey released in December by Mercer L.L.C. said their wellness programs include incentives tied to an employee's achieving — or at least demonstrating progress toward — a certain health status or biometric reading, up from 20% in 2013. Read...
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Wednesday, September 21, 2016
7:30 am- Glenn A Gallagher Center
Todd McKee, HazMat Ohio
Decontamination and Hazardous Material
Todd McKee is a 20 year veteran of the fire service, currently with the Eastern Knox County Joint Fire District in Danville, Ohio. Todd is nationally known for speaking on counter terrorism and hazardous materials responses. Mr. McKee is a well known speaker at several major conferences & school's which include; FDIC, University of Missouri Fire Institute, USC, The University of Findlay, & Illinois Fire Institute and Technology to name a few. Mr. McKee played a key role in the re-investigation of the Beverly Hills Supper Club fire that happened in Northern Kentucky in 1978. This is where Mr. McKee earned his expert status in Hazardous Materials.