The Champaign County Safety Council (CCSC) is operated and funded by the Champaign County Chamber of Commerce and the Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensation Division of Safety & Hygiene. The Safety Council is open to all companies, corporations and individual employers.
Developing and maintaining a safe workplace is no easy task. That is why local companies and the community make a combined effort to develop and maintain a safe workplace. They accomplish this by becoming involved in the Champaign County Safety Council.
All Ohio Safety Councils have the same goals:
- Increase safety awareness
- Prevent occupational accidents
- Provide quality occupational safety & health programs
The Champaign County Safety Council identifies potential and existing problems and has speakers inform our group about new techniques, products and services that are available.
As a CCSC member your benefits are:
- The latest information regarding safety techniques, products and services
- Quality speakers
- Easy to use implementation tools
- The opportunity to network with the business community of Champaign County and beyond
- Recognition as a safe business at the annual awards banquet
- Also, CCSC members are eligible for the Safety Council Discount Program, which can result in a rebate of up to 4% of their annual workers' compensation premiums. To qualify for this rebate, each member must:
- Attend 10 meeting or events between July 1, 2012 and June 30, 2013
- CEO must attend one safety council sponsored function or meeting
- Submit both semiannual reports for the 2012 calendar year
Meeting the above will result in a 2% rebate. To qualify for the remaining 2% discount, members must:
- Reduce their frequence of claims or severity of days absent due to injuries by 10% or more below the previous year's frequency or severity
- OR maintain both frequence and severity at zero.
The Champaign County Safety Council was reorganized in 2005 and hosts monthly meetings on topics related to occupational safety, accident prevention, risk management and workers' compensation issues.
In addition, the program allows for representatives from business and industry to network and share ideas beneficial to workplace safety. The Champaign County Safety Council includes representatives from 30 local businesses.
The CCSC meets on the third Wednesday of each month at the Champaign County Community Building at 7:30 am.
While there is no charge to join the CCSC, a monthly meeting charge of $10 is required in order to cover the cost of hall rental and catering. In order to qualify for the BWC discount, each member is required to attend 10 meetings, turn in both semi annual reports, and have their CEO attend any of the meetings, sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce.
All meetings are from 7:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. at the Champaign County Community Building.
February 20, 2013
March 20, 2013
April 17, 2013
May 15, 2013
June 19, 2013
Champaign County is conveniently nestled in the heart of west central Ohio.
- Established in 1805
- 30 miles from Columbus or Dayton; 10 miles from Springfield
- Serviced by U.S. Routes 68 and 36; within 15 miles of Interstates 70 and 75
- Blend of service, retail, manufacturing and agricultural businesses
- Miles of bike trails, hiking trails, rivers and wooded area wind its way through the county
- Population approximately 39,800; 428 square miles
- Quaint shopping, dining and art/antique shops
- Home to Warren Grimes the "father of aviation lighting"
- Well-known Champaign Countians include: William Saxbe, Clancy Brown, Johnny Appleseed and A.B. Graham
- Airport: Grimes Field (General Aviation)
- Home to Urbana University
- Destinations: Simon Kenton recreation trails, Cedar Bog, Ohio Caverns, Johnny Appleseed Museum, Mad River, Champaign County Fairgrounds, Kiser Lake State Park