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‘Culture of safety’ panel featured at Midyear Meeting

Annual meeting outside Chicago includes baseball fundraiser

ATSSA’s Midyear Meeting features a panel on “Creating a Culture of Safety in the Workplace.”

Panelists include Doug Dolinar of Guidemark Inc., Kathi Holst of D2K Traffic Safety Inc., Chris Brookes of the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) and Cameron Greene of ATSSA. Dave Krahulec of Horizon Signal Technologies will moderate.

The Midyear Meeting will be held Aug. 15-18 at the Loews Chicago O’Hare Hotel in Rosemont, Ill. Registration is now available. The hotel block closes July 24.

The culture of safety panel is part of the Aug. 16 general session. It will emphasize the need to be proactive to prevent worker fatalities and injuries. It also will address how the roadway safety infrastructure industry can work with government agencies to reduce worker injuries and include a discussion of success stories resulting from employing new safety strategies. The issue of safety contingency funding.

The ATSS Foundation and host Illinois ATSSA Chapter will hold a Foundation fundraiser on Aug. 16 at 6:30 p.m. The evening includes a Chicago Dogs baseball game at the 6,300-seat Impact Field, located in the heart of the Rosemont entertainment district. Tickets can be purchased as part of Midyear registration. Tickets are $75 through Aug. 4 and then increase to $90. Tickets cover admission, food and beverages.

Consult the full schedule of committee and council meetings for additional information on the Midyear Meeting.

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