Webinar: Safety in the Eyes of Gen Y and Z

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  • February Webinar Breakfast Meeting
    February 9, 2021
    7:30 am - 8:30 am

Safety in the Eyes of Gen Y & Z

Please joins us for a presentation by Melissa Schmaltz, MS, CSP; a Casualty Specialist, Risk Control and Regan Phillips, ARM, ASP (Risk Control Specialist) from Sompo Global Risk Solutions.

This team presentation will present survey findings from various generations of workers to detail their comprehension and attitudes towardas safety.

Webinar link: for San Diego Monthly “Breakfast” Meeting on Feb 9, 2021 (Open at 7:00 AM PST / Speakers begin 07:30am):


1. Melissa Schmaltz:

Experience Summary: Melissa has over 18 years of experience in the field of occupational safety and health, including: manufacturing; state OSHA compliance; EHS consulting; and, casualty insurance experience. Melissa’s presentation skills and technical knowledge allow her to reach a wide range of audiences. She has been recognized for several honors including the American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) Region II 2016-2017 “Safety Professional of the Year” award. In 2009 Melissa earned the Certified Safety Professional (CSP) designation.

Education: Bachelor of Science, Geology & Bachelor of Arts, Spanish from Northern Arizona University. She also earned a Master of Science, Environmental Technology Management from Arizona State University

2. Regan Phillips:

Experience Summary: Regan’s post academic and previous employment has helped her become a property and casualty Risk Control Specialist. Her experiences include roles from agricultural pesticide applicator to insurance claims management. Regan has done previous work to help the ASSP WISE Tarheel Chapter and has worked with the Board Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP) to develop the Associate Safety Professional exam. She earned her Associate Safety Professional (ASP) designation in 2019. She also obtained her Associates in Risk Management in 2020. Regan’s interest in generational approaches to safety is rooted in her own mentoring experiences of training and managing safety with fellow younger generations.

Education: Bachelor of Science, Mississippi State University