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Ohio BWC Safety Congress and Expo

The 2015 Ohio BWC Safety Congress & Expo will be held at the Greater Columbus Convention Center from March 31 to April 2, 2015. Spooner Risk Control Services will be represented by Spooner Inc. and Spooner Medical Administrators Inc. in booths 921 and 923 on the expo floor. Please consider attending the educational sessions and stop by our booths!

We are also excited to announce that Rick Artino from Spooner will be featured as an expert speaker at an educational session this year. Rick will be presenting session 485 titled Responding to Fatal Accidents and Deaths in the Workplace from 2:30pm to 3:30pm on April 1st. Attending Rick's session will provide credits for anyone needing continuing education (0.1 IACET CEU; 1 CDMS; 1 HR; 1 EPA; 1 BELTSS; 1 SAN). 


This page was edited on 07/10/2018. 

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