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Achieving Balance through Employee Protection, Profitability, and Compliance
The Directorate of Cooperative and State Programs Presents...

"The Business of Small Business Part IV:
Achieving Balance Through
Employee Protection, Profitability and Compliance"

Guest Speakers:
Andrew Langer, Manager of Regulatory Policy, The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), Washington, D.C.
Kelly Olivier, Environmental Health and Safety Coordinator, Anthony Forest Products, El Dorado, Arkansas.
Donald Kirsch, Administrator, Good Shepherd Nursing Home, LLC, Wheeling, West Virginia.

September 19, 2006
10:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M.
(New Location) Room C-5310 -1B

Session Overview:

What does it take to operate an efficient, safe, yet profitable small business? Join us as we explore some of the practical issues facing small companies in their effort to thrive economically and navigate the OSHA rules and regulations that apply. The NFIB, the nation's largest and most influential association representing small business will discuss the organization's advocacy role and we will be joined by two small companies who have, through OSHA's On-site Consultation Program, successfully found balance in the areas of worker protection, profitability, and compliance.

RSVP by September 11, 2006 to Bea Nester at 3-2220

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