Meeting Dates

Meetings are held at MAPS Air Museum
2260 International Parkway, North Canton 44720
Buffet breakfast 7:30-8:00. Presentation 8:00-9:00

February 26- Emergency Preparedness and Cyber Tech

March 25- Ohio State Patrol

Topic: Driving Safety

April 22- Annual Awards Presentation

May 27-

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June 24-

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About

Who we are:

The CAK Safety Council is one of over 80 safety councils in Ohio and is comprised of local companies from Stark, Summit & surrounding counties.  In conjunction with the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation Division of Safety and Hygiene, the Council meets monthly and presents information about new safety techniques, products and services. Participating companies with the highest safety records during the year are recognized at an annual meeting.

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Tools and Resouces

Safety Council Eligibility Requirements

To qualify for the BWC Safety Council rebate you must meet the following eligibility requirements:

  • Enroll in local safety council by July 31st annually
  • Attend 10 meetings or events between July 1 and June 30 annually
    • At least eight of the 10 meetings must be safety council meetings. Up to two of the 10 can be external educational options outlined below, but all 10 can be safety council meetings.
    • A person can represent only one policy number with their attendance at a meeting.
    • Employer has the option to gain credit for up to two meetings through attendance at BWC’s Division of Safety & Hygiene (DSH) safety training courses or industry-specific training.
    • DSH safety training credit is available for training conducted at the Ohio Center for Occupational Safety and Health (OCOSH) in Pickerington or one of its branches.
    • No matter the duration of the training or special event, attendance applies toward only one meeting credit.
    • Safety training conducted at the employers’ workplace, online or required Drug-Free Workplace training does not qualify for the safety council rebate program eligibility.
    • It is the employer’s responsibility to submit documentation to his or her safety council by June 3 annually, for attendance at non-safety council training or events to qualify.
    • Documentation must be an official certificate of attendance or transcript.
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Blog

Fraudulent Billing

  Fraudulent billing leads to occupational therapist’s conviction northeast Ohio occupational therapist was convicted last month for felony workers’ compensation fraud for billing the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) for treatment services she did not provide to patients. To read the complete article click January 2020 blog

2019 Blog Posts

A look back at our most-popular posts of 2019 This year’s most-read posts include a story about a safety council meeting that literally saved a life, a feature on our safety services helping a local business achieve success, a wrap-up of the 2019 Ohio Safety Congress & Expo, and much more. In case you missed them, …

Life Saving Meeting

This safety council meeting was a life-saver – literally   The 63-year-old business owner, father, and grandfather from Ottawa, Ohio, says going to a local safety council meeting in late February literally saved his life. Click here to read the entire article – November 2019

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