BAY COUNTY SHRM, INC.

Panama City, Florida




Affiliate of Society for Human Resource Management - SHRM

Local Chapter of HR FLORIDA STATE COUNCIL


Workers' Compensation & Occupational Healthcare Conference

  • Thursday, October 13, 2016
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Florida State University/Panama City Campus - Collegiate Dr, Panama City, FL 32405, United States

Registration

  • Deadline October 12, Limited number of registrations with THIS DISCOUNTED PRICE
  • Deadline October 12, Limited number of registrations with this Discounted PRICE
  • Includes Lunch
  • For Sponsors and Dignitaries - code must be obtained from a board member to complete this registration.
  • 5’ x 18” Exhibit Booth

    Logo/Company name prominently recognized in all event correspondence prior to conference

    5 minute remarks and introduction of presentation speaker

    List of conference attendees

    May provide promotional literature in conference bag

    Company name and logo on conference hand out materials

    Company name, logo, and hyperlink to organization website on Bay County SHRM website for 12 months

    Two participant passes to conference, including lunch

    One 12-month Bay SHRM membership*


    SPECIAL NOTE: You MUST contact an executive board member for a registration code to finalize your sponsorship form.
  • 5’ x 18” Exhibit Booth

    Company name on event correspondence prior to conference

    List of conference attendees

    May provide promotional literature in conference bag

    Company name on conference hand out materials

    Company Name, and hyperlink to company website on the Bay County SHRM website for 9 months

    Two participant passes to conference, including lunch

    One 12-month Bay County SHRM membership*

    SPECIAL NOTE: You MUST contact an executive board member for a registration code to finalize your sponsorship form.
  • 5’ x 18” Exhibit Booth

    List of conference attendees

    May provide promotional literature in conference bag

    Company Name, website address on the Bay County SHRM website for 6 months

    One participant pass to conference, including lunch


    SPECIAL NOTE: You MUST contact an executive board member for a registration code to finalize your sponsorship form.
  • 5’ x 18” Exhibit Booth

    List of conference attendees

    You may provide promotional literature in the conference bag

    Company Name on the Bay County SHRM website for three months

    One participant pass to conference, including lunch

    SPECIAL NOTE: You MUST contact an executive board member for a registration code to finalize your sponsorship form.

Registration is closed

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A Special   WORK SOLUTIONS  Presentation 


 Workers' Compensation & Occupational Healthcare Conference


Thursday, October 13, 2016

7:00 AM - 8:00 AM Registration

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM Summit

4:30 PM - 5:00 PM  Cocktails


Continuing Education Credits:

7 AMA PRA Category-1 CMEs, 7 CLEs

7 HRCI CEUs & 7 SHRM PDCs 


When it comes to workplace, healthcare providers care for both employers and employees. Occupational Medicine focuses on prevention, early detection, and treatment of accidents or illnesses that affect the workplace. We believe occupational specialists must focus on the individual’s health while also meeting the needs of his or her organization, as well as requirements of government regulations developed to promote and protect the worker’s safety. Thus, quality and continuity of care offered, blended with unique patient coordination, assures that the needs of both employers and employees are not just met; they are exceeded.


Holley Center, Florida State University

4750 Collegiate Dr, Panama City, FL  32405 
Florida State University/Panama City Campus

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Jennifer "Jen" Vigil, MPA

President & CEO Community Development Corporation

@destinationpanamacity

Jennifer "Jen" Vigil serves as Panama City's President and CEO of our Community Development Corporation, branding our tourist industry through Destination Panama City- Where Life Sets Sail. Jen is highly motivated, personable, and professional. Her unique combination of education and employment experience has brought her fame with her talent for quickly mastering technology concepts and policy development. She delivers a powerful message, diplomatic and tactful, all the while executing with humor and plenty of folklore. 


SPEAKERS



David  M. Weir, CSP, ARM

President, UPMC WorkPartners

CREATING A BUSINESS STRATEGY TO MANAGE HEALTH IN THE WORKPLACE

DAVID M. WEIR is President of University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) WorkPartners, an affiliate of (UPMC) providing health and productivity solutions to high-performing companies throughout the region. Mr. Weir leads several major programs and services within the UPMC Insurance Services Division: Commercial Services and a comprehensive Absence Management and Population Health Program. This broad suite of innovative programs, consulting and technology has decreased health-related costs and increased employee productivity for many of the country's largest employers.



R. Stephen Coonrod, Esquire

Partner, McConnaughhay, Coonrod, Pope, Weaver, Stern, Thomas, P.A.

A Supreme Court Update: THE NEW FRONTIER

STEPHEN COONROD is certified by The Florida Bar Board of Legal Specialization and Education as a specialist in workers' compensation law and focuses on workers' compensation defense and litigation management. He is listed by The Best Lawyers in America for Workers' Compensation and serves as Litigation Manager for the Florida Workers' Compensation Joint Underwriting Association. Steve has been given the rating of "AV Preeminent," the highest rating possible by his peers through Martindale-Hubbell. He is the managing partner for the firm's Tallahassee office. Steve's clients include a broad range of private and governmental entities.



Randall T. Porcher, Esquire

Morgan & Morgan

             Representing the People, Not the Powerful: A PLAINTIFF'S POSITION

RANDALL T. PORCHER is an attorney out of the Tallahassee office of Morgan & Morgan.  Currently, his practice is devoted to representing the interests of injured workers in Florida workers’ compensation cases.  Before joining Morgan & Morgan, Randall served as the Director of the First District Court of Appeal’s Workers’ Compensation Unit, a position he was offered while working at the Florida Supreme Court as a senior law clerk for Chief Justice Jorge Labarga. When Mr. Porcher first started practicing law, he represented the interests of insurance companies and employers in workers' compensation matters at both the trial and appellate levels. He left the defense practice in 2000 and founded a firm (Gonzalez & Porcher) which represented the interests of personal injury plaintiffs and workers’ compensation claimants at both the trial and appellate level.  As an appellate lawyer, Randall is responsible for many cases of first impression in the workers’ compensation field. Randall received his law degree in 1993 from the University of Florida College of Law, where he was awarded a teaching fellowship in jurisprudence.


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Charles Werntz III, D.O. MPH, FACOEM, FAOCOPM

Associate Professor, West Virginia University, School of Public Health, Department of Occupational & Environmental Health Sciences

DRUG TESTING for the Non-MRO

DR. CHARLES WERNTZ III oversees and teaches classes in Occupational Health and Medical Toxicology. He is also the Associate Program Director for the Occupational Medicine Residency.



Kim Pilcher, M.S., SPHR, SHRM-SCP

Director Human Resources & Risk Management 

City of Panama City

CREATING CONSTRUCTIVE CONFLICT

KIM PILCHER is a Certified Executive Coach working with leaders to improve individual and team performance in ways that are sustainable over time. As an employment law and risk control consultant, she works with executives to establish a culture of accountability through leadership development and effective conflict management strategies. Kim is a Certified Labor Relations Professional and FL Supreme Court Certified Family Mediator, She is a change agent and skilled negotiator. Her belief is that it is a high calling in all organizations to protect what we value and change what is not working.



Dr. Ata Ulhaq, MD, FACEP, MPH

Medical Director & Founder, Atwood and Clark Midway Medical Center

How to Institute a MEANINGFUL, MEASURANBLE & ACCOUNTABILE WELLNESS Program in 2016 and For the Future

DR. ULHAQ is the Medical Director and Founder of Atwood and Clark, Midway Medical Center in Panama City, Florida. His is an Anatomic & Clinical Pathologist, Internist, Residency trained in Occupation Medicine from University of Pittsburgh with Master's in Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Certified by the American Board of Emergency Medicine and a Fellow of American College of Emergency Physicians. Dr. Ulhaq is AMA Certified by the American Board of Independent Medical Examiners, Aero Medical Examiner for FAA, MRO, and DOT Certified. He is Hyperbaric Medicine Certified, Drug & Alcohol Trained Suboxone.



Marvin Hughley, M.S., LMHC, CAP, SAP

Hughley's Mental Health Services

An Efficient Employee Assistance Program that Incorporates with CORPORATE WELLNESS INITIATIVES 

MARVIN HUGHLEY,  LMHC, CAP, SAP, has over 15 years experience in the Counseling Profession. He is a Military Veteran who has a Bachelors Degree in Criminology from Florida State University and a Masters Degree in Counseling and Psychology from Troy University.  He is a State of Florida Licensed Mental Health Counselor, a Certified Addictions Professional, and a Department of Transportation (DOT) Substance Abuse Professional. Mr. Hughley is a program manager at Emerald Coast Behavioral Hospital (ECBH) and has assisted in the development of the Military Resiliency Unit, the ECBH Chemical Dependency Program, ECBH IOP Chemical Dependency Program, and is currently assisting in the development of A Veterans Program at this facility. He is also the owner of Hughley’s Mental Health Services in Panama City, Florida where he provides quality Mental Health Services with specialties in Addictions and Trauma therapy. 



Raymond Bleday, DPM, M.D.

Medical Doctor-Orthopedic Surgeon

ORTHOPEDIC ROLES- Occupational Medicine

Dr. Raymond M Bleday, MD,DPM, is an Orthopedic Surgery Specialist in Panama City, Florida. He attended and graduated with honors from Dartmouth Medical School in 1993, having over 23 years of diverse experiences, especially in Orthopedic Surgery. He affiliates with many hospitals including Bay Medical Center Sacred Heart Health System. Dr. Raymond M Bleday also cooperates with other doctors and physicians in medical groups including Bay County Health System LLC.



DR. AZZAM ADHAL, Internist


PREVENTIVE MEASURES to Vaccinations 

Dr. Azzam Adhall is Board-certified in Geriatric Medicine and Internal Medicine. Dr. Adhal's philosophy is, to provide a well established office in the community. Our experienced staff are friendly, efficient and always mindful of the specific needs of each patient we treat.





Join NW Florida business leaders in this powerful educational experience and network with peers. These sessions provide strategy and guidance for those with vision to take their companies to the next step and keep them growing- and profitable. 

 

Attendee Rates:

  


Best Value Through

10/1/16

Late Registration

10/2/16 thru 10/13/16

Full Conference

Members $ 25

Non-Members $30

$ 49





 

Lunch will be provided and a cocktail hour will follow event.  Registration will be available the day of the conference at the Regular rate.

If YOU would like to be a sponsor for this event please contact Kim Pilcher at 850-381-4216 or kpilcher@pcgov.org 

 

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