We’re pleased to sponsor Incentive Magazine’s upcoming webinar, “How to Run a Safety Incentive Program.”
Date: March 1, 2017
Time: 2:00PM Eastern
A safety incentive program may seem like a straightforward concept, but they can be complicated if they become more about behaviors than outcomes, or don’t meet OSHA’s record-keeping regulations. In this free webcast, moderated by Incentive Magazine’s Leo Jakobson, attendees will learn everything they need to know to run an effective safety incentive program, track participant performance, deliver the awards, and measure the results.
Cory Worden, M.S., CSP, CSHM, CHSP, ARM, REM, CESCO, has worked in the development, implementation, and management of Safety, Health, Environmental, Emergency Management, and Training programs for over ten years and has a wealth of experience in the military, manufacturing, municipal government, and healthcare industries. He is currently a Manager of System Safety with the Memorial Hermann Healthcare System in Houston, Texas. Cory holds a Master of Science in Occupational Health and Safety and is current working towards his Ph.D. in Public Safety.
George B. Delta, Esq., Counsel, Incentive Federation, advises clients on a variety of corporate and individual tax issues including mergers and acquisitions, the tax treatment of complex financial transactions, tax planning, commercial transactions, cancellation of indebtedness issues, the innovative use of net operating losses, and the taxation of pass-through entities. He has expertise in various aspects of the incentive, promotion, and reward and recognition fields, including safety and service achievement awards, gift cards, escheat law, sweepstakes, the taxation of awards and incentives, and sales taxation. He is counsel to the Incentive Federation Inc. and has represented trade associations in the incentive, promotion, and reward and recognition fields, as well as other tax-exempt organizations.
Who should attend? This session is primarily designed for Incentive Planners, Human Resources & Training Executives, and is also approved for Continuing Education Credits for the major incentive industry designations: Certified Incentive Specialists (CIS), Incentive Professionals (IP), Certified Professional of Incentive Management (CPIM), and Certified Recognition Professional (CRP).