Friday, April 27, 2018 from 7 am - 3:30 pm
In the Besse Center on the campus of Bay College

 
Registration fees:
Before 4/13 - $65
After 4/13 - $75

 

See below for the Agenda and information
about keynote speaker Brandon Schroeder.
For a printable agenda with breakout descriptions and demonstrations, click here.

Keynote Speaker Brandon Schroeder
 
"Believe in Safety: A Survivor's Thought"

 
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Demonstrations (open throughout the day)

Ahern Fire Protection Fire Extinguisher Simulator - Presented by Phil Kordus
Imagine a world where you could learn fire safety in the most practical way possible - but without the hazard of real fire. Ahern’s portable fire simulator teaches you how to properly assess and distinguish hazards without lighting a real fire. 

Operating Engineers Local 324
State-of- the-art Heavy Equipment Simulator that allows participants the opportunity to
sit in the seat and get a real life idea of that operating an excavator, dozer, or crane might mean.

Michigan Center for Truck Safety Mobil Truck Simulator - Presented by Jon Crippen and Carl Vogler
This simulator offers a controlled, risk-free environment designed to develop safe and efficient driving practice.

Upper Peninsula Power Company (UPPCO) Path to Ground Demonstration
This safety demonstration will educate participants on how to remain safe around electricity and prevent becoming a path to ground. Using a tabletop example of a distribution system that includes poles, conductors and transformers, qualified instructors will energize lines at 10,000 volts to demonstrate potential dangers of electrical contact.
 
The presentation vividly shows the effects of contacting with high voltage electricity. Several accident scenarios are demonstrated, including:
·        Trees, ladders and antennas near power lines
·        Ropes and kite strings near power lines
·        Downed wires
·        Digging into danger

Impaired Driving Simulator - Michigan State Police and Northern Michigan University
Experience the “Fatal Vision” glasses firsthand with an interactive impaired/distracted simulator which shows the user the effects of alcohol on the human body.

 
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2001 N Lincoln Road, Escanaba, MI 49829
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