February 8th 2022 Breakfast Webinar: The 10 (NO, Make That 12 !!) Questions Safety Professionals Should be Asking Themselves in 2022— 7:30 to 8:30 AM

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  • February Breakfast Meeting
    February 8, 2022
    7:30 am - 8:30 am

The 10, No Make That 12 Questions Safety Professionals Should be Asking Themselves in 2022

It is a time for questions, introspection and personal renewal individually and within our profession. As we all look to this year and beyond, what will motivate and guide us will come from our review of where we have been, where we are and where we are going. Asking some critical questions will help define and achieve clarity in each of those realms. Dan will lead us in a review of the essential questions, and why we should be asking them, relative to, for example:

  • What we should be doing as safety professionals
  • What we should be learning as professionals
  • Who and what we are influencing in our jobs and endeavors
  • How we identify the need and what we should be changing in our jobs and profession
  • Identifying those “things” we should be creating as each of us progresses in our journey

Whether focused on people, culture, technology or other driving factors in the business world, we are faced with a changing landscape that will influence who we are and what we do as safety professionals. Attend this session to hear about the essential questions we all should be asking ourselves and why they are important at this time.

Complete ZOOM Web Registration in advance for this meeting:  https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIvd-qvrTIuGdwnZkcRVsSEuJ75JuuYjRHC

**After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

About Daniel G. Hopwood, MPH, CSP, SMS, ARM, CBCP

Dan is a career-long member of ASSP and has been a member of the San Diego Chapter for over 40 years, starting as a member of the then Student Section at San Diego State University. He’s had the privilege to serve as a Chapter Delegate, Program Chair, PDC Chair, serve on many ad hoc committees and was proud to be the Chapter’s President-elect and President. Dan has also served as a Region 1 ASSP Assistant Regional Vice President and was the Regional Vice President from 2015-2017. He was a member of the ASSP Leadership Conference Planning Committee from 2015-2020.

Dan holds both a BS in Health Sciences with an emphasis in Industrial Safety and a Master of Public Health in Occupational Health from SDSU. He is a CSP and holds the SMS certification as well from the BCSP. In addition Dan earned the ARM from the Insurance Institutes of America and is a Certified Business Continuity Professional from the Disaster Recovery Institute International.

He is a Vice President and Regional Risk Control Leader for Sompo International Global Risk Solutions. Dan is responsible for a team of Consultants who handle large, complex casualty accounts as well as middle market property risks, for the Western Region, which comprises generally the states west of the Mississippi River.

Most recently, Dan has been appointed to the Board of Directors for the Board of Certified Safety Professionals and will be serving a 2022-2024 term.


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Venue:  Virtual Webinar