"The Miami County Safety Council's Mission is to provide Safety Education & Standards for all of our members. We are committed to developing and continually improving a supportive network for our business partners."
The 2008 State recognized, Miami County Safety Council is a joint program of the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation’s Division of Safety & Hygiene and the Piqua Area Chamber of Commerce. It is supported by the Covington Chamber, Tipp City Chamber and the Troy Chamber. Started approximately 40 years ago, it is one of the oldest councils in the state.
The Division of Safety & Hygiene is funded by a small portion (1%) of your employer Workers’ Compensation premiums. The funding provides for a number of direct and indirect services available to the employer. The goal of the Miami county Safety Council is to help reduce your workers’ compensation premiums by enhancing worker safety and health.
Membership in the Miami County Safety Council will enable your organization to take advantage of the savings afforded by eliminating or reducing workplace injuries or illnesses. Let us show you how as a leader, you can increase productivity, improve morale and impact your bottom line.
Membership is open to all, regardless of Chamber of Commerce membership status. Annual membership dues are $137.00. This covers one person attending each of the regular 12 lunch meetings per year.
Please click here for a Membership Application.
See Below: Recent Topics from Miami County Safety Council Meetings and Workshops.
"BWC Rating Programs Presentation" 5/9/13 click here
"Employers and the Aging Workforce" 4/11/2013 click here
"GHS Hazard Communication" Workshop 3/27/13 click here
"Grief in the Workplace" 3/14/13 click here
"Transitional Workplace" 2/14/13 click here
Global Harmonization System (GHS) 1/10/13 click here
"Violence in the Workplace" 10/25/12 click here