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Developing and maintaining a safe workplace is no easy task. That is why local companies and the community make a combined effort to provide employers with the tools necessary to develop a safe working environment for all employees. One way to accomplish this task is through membership in the Northeast Ohio Safety Council.

The Northeast Ohio Safety Council (NEOSC) is powered by the Council of Smaller Enterprises (COSE) and is open to all inquiring participants (COSE members and non-members). All Northeast Ohio Safety Council meetings will be held on the second Wednesday of every month (except in November and January) at the Holliday Inn in Independence, OH (6001 Rockside Road, Independence, OH, 44131) from 8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Each monthly meeting will include a discussion on pertinent safety issues and will also serve as a networking opportunity for participants.

The Northeast Ohio Safety Council understands the importance of safety within the workplace and is dedicated to ensure that each meeting serves as a tool to educate members on the various ways to create and maintain a safe working environment.

It is our belief that education and knowledge are the primary tools on the forefront of accident and injury prevention. It is our hope that you will join us in our endeavor to promote and ensure safety within the workplace.

Annual membership dues for the Northeast Ohio Safety Council are the same for all participants regardless of the number of employees. Group Rating Safety Accountability Letter 2013 Objectives Work to educate members and provide them with the necessary tools to increase safety within their workplace. Provide members with the opportunity to learn how to better manage their workers' compensation program through access to professional, knowledgeable and experienced speakers. Allow members the opportunity to utilize the Northeast Ohio Safety Council as an avenue for networking and the sharing of best practices. Work with members on reporting guidelines and provide them with the resources they need to successfully build and maintain a successful workplace safety program. IMPORTANT NOTICE Attention: Businesses participating in group-rating programs for the current 2013 policy year The Ohio Bureau of Worker's Compensation Board passed a rule that requires group participants that have experienced a workers' compensation claim in 2012 to complete two hours of safety training by 6/30/2014. Please follow the link below to access the available on-line and seminar style programs. Click here to access and complete the BWC Safety Training

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