From hanging out with other dealers to education, tours, food and entertainment, the CADA Annual Convention is a must-attend event! Details below…
Great food, spectacular education, hilarious entertainment: You’ll find all three at the Annual Convention

1. Go for the education.

Michael Hoffman sets the tone (and the bar) with a kickass, interactive discussion on what we do and the things that we say on purpose create a culture of ownership. Regardless of what model you sell or where the technology is going, we base everything on people interactions. What’s your team like? When the tornado arises, does your team come together or scatter in the wind? There’s a reason why people walk away saying they love you guys and there’s a reason they return to your dealership. As a leader, it’s up to you to set the precedent on how to lead. Here’s a preview of what you can expect from Michael.
Automotive News’ Jason Stein will wrap up the education sessions with a lively discussion on the current state of the industry and where it’s going. Where do dealers fit in the future? What is the business model going forward? As publisher of the leading industry publication nationwide, his insights could alter the course your dealership is following right now. Here’s a preview of what you can expect from Jason.
Alan Powell will share how subscriptions create new revenue streams and give you better control of your assets. The Senior VP of Cox Automotive’s Clutch Technologies is a master of the intersection between technology, subscriptions and the automotive industry. You’ll walk away from his session with a portfolio of subscription models and best practices for asset utilization.

With a little more than a month under your belt, Michael Dommermuth with Fairfield & Woods, and Joe Jankowski with Armatus will share updates on the Warranty Reimbursement at Retail law that went into effect October 1. This discussion will include what’s happened with submissions so far and what they see on the horizon for submitting warranty reimbursement claims.

Want to change a few habits... for bigger profits? Brian Finkelmeyer knows how to do just that. He spent 18 years with Nissan North America in a variety of sales leadership positions. Now the Senior Director of Business Development for Conquest at Auto, he’ll share that by changing just four habits, your dealership will move from what has always been to the one others want to be.

First elected to the Montana House of Representatives at age 21, John Brueggeman became Majority Whip of the chamber at 23. That made him the youngest person in any state to hold a legislative leadership role. He went on to serve in the state Senate, chairing the Transportation Committee. In all, John spent 10 years in the Montana Legislature, focusing on transportation and information technology policy. From there, he worked with the Specialty Equipment Market association and 3M Company’s Motor Vehicle Systems and Services before joining MVSC as sVitu division President. Now, he establishes and strengthens MVSC’s relationships with governments throughout the U.S. In Colorado, he’s focused on bringing electronic vehicle and title registration to the state.
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2. Go for the food.

The Grand Hyatt is located in Poipu, an area described by USA Today as “full of gourmet, hip and modern places to eat” and “offering an unique culinary experience.”

Turns out the Grand Hyatt Kaua’i property alone has a stellar reputation for its restaurants. Most notably, Tidepools — where the convention breakfast will be served each morning — is led by Chef Kevin Horan, who before moving to Hawaii earlier this year, worked with Parisian 3-Michelin Star Chef Guy Savoy. His mastery at combining his high-end experience with what’s uniquely Hawaiian is already becoming legendary. The Zagat Review gave Tidepools a score of 4.6 (out of 5) and said it’s one of the ‘must-try’ hotel restaurants in all of our great 50th state.

If you’re craving Italian, make your way to Dondero’s, where USA Today said, “The food itself is spectacular — everything is home made, composed of impeccably fresh ingredients and artistically presented.” Like every restaurant on property, there’s an outdoor terrace. So for true island ambiance, you may want to dine on the outdoor terrace — and drink in the surrounding beauty.

If you’re at the Grand Hyatt Sunday morning, you MUST go to the Ilima Terrace. The lush foliage, water features and graceful swans are a backdrop to the extensive breakfast buffet, which is a must when on the island. In fact, people often make a special trip to the Grand Hyatt for its Sunday buffet.

For other great choices in Poipu, check out the full menu in this month’s Bulletin.

3. Go for the entertainment.

Our Closing Reception Keynote, John Garrett, is an admitted recovering CPA. The Big-4-CPA-turned-nationally-recognized-corporate-comedian recognizes how consumed people are in their jobs. He’s quick to point out the hilarity of everyday Corporate America (You see those folks in you showroom all the time, right?) and how humor transforms the morale and camaraderie around them.

It’s what made him leave his cubicle to perform at events around the country. You can’t help but laugh when you see yourself in some of the stories he shares and you’ll walk away from our closing reception with a few nuggets of your own when talking with your next Corporate America customer!
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No time to make reservations? Use our Convention Concierge!

If you’re pressed for time, our Convention Concierge will register you for the conference, book your lodging and either invoice you or settle up on the call.

Convention Concierge 303.831.1722
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Check out the 2017 Annual Convention in Maui below!
Last day to act to oppose cookie-cutter California standards

Proponents of adopting one-size-fits-all California vehicle emission standards on Colorado have been flooding the Air Quality Control Commission with hundreds of comments.
We need to fight back.
It’s important that we provide some balance and demonstrate that cookie-cutter California standards don’t fit Colorado’s unique driving conditions. It’s vital that we say that a surcharge of $2,000 or more on new vehicles is going to hurt Colorado consumers.
Today is the last day to make our voices heard. So far 318 of us have done so, but we need more to get involved.
Please go to www.DontCalifornicate.CO now and take a moment to comment to the Colorado Air Quality Control Commission.  You don’t have to be an expert on this issue. Our online action center will brief you on the issue and it provides an easy way for you to make a comment in just a couple minutes.
You can use our messages and add anything else you want the commission to know.
Please share this alert with your friends and colleagues. Together, we can stand up for common sense and against the misguided California standards.
Thank you.
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CADA endorses candidate, takes position on six ballot issues

For the first time in the association’s 104-year history, CADA is endorsing a gubernatorial candidate and taking a position on three amendments and three propositions on the ballot this year. As CADA Chair Todd Maul said in a letter last week, “For our dealerships to survive — make that thrive — in Colorado, it’s time that our collective voice is heard.”
Please click here to download the CADA Voter Guide. It also includes candidates from the Colorado House and Senate who are up for re-election this year — and how they voted on the 2017 Franchise and the 2018 Warranty Reimbursement bills. A ‘Yes’ vote on both bills means the legislator supports you, your customers and our industry. 
Ten copies of the 2018 CADA Voter Guide were mailed two weeks ago. Please share them with your key leaders, and ask them to share with their employees. Since they’ve been mailed, we discovered one mistake. Republican Representative incumbent Larry Liston, from House District 16 (El Paso) voted for the 2018 Warranty Reimbursement at Retail bill. So Rep. Liston definitely supports you, your customers and our industry! The corrected Guide is attached for your dealership-wide distribution.
If you haven’t mailed your ballot, well, it’s too late. You’ll need to drop it off or vote in person. And before you do, take a look at the 2018 CADA Voter Guide. It’s a quick read (on purpose). Please download and share it with your key leaders and employees. As Maul said, “Because the future of my business and employees’ jobs are at stake, I’m voting for and against the issues and Walker Stapleton as recommended. I hope you’ll do the same.”
If you have any questions or comments, please contact CADA CEO & President, Tim Jackson.
Education & Training
Register now for Title Processing Fundamentals
Only 2 sessions left: Colorado Springs & Pueblo

Get the latest updates on DMV requirements, including Electronic Lien Titling — and reduce title rejections!

Designed for dealership title clerks and processors with fewer than six months' experience, Title Processing Fundamentals also is a great refresher for experienced title clerks, controllers and office staff.

This 2.5-hour seminar recaps DMV requirements and updates, including:
  • Electronic Lien Titling (ELT) — How it works and updates
  • Repossessions & ELT requirements
  • Latest rules on new temporary registration permits, and your ability to issue a second permit
  • Recent state law clarification for lien perfection requirements
  • Sales & use tax recap and reform efforts
  • Out-of-state sales and title transfers
  • Unusual titling situations
  • Secure Power of Attorney
  • Power of Attorney/trust documents, dates & lien releases
  • County rejects and reading a registration
  • Q&A — Bring examples or issues you want to cover. 
You’ll learn
  • How to complete the required title documents
  • Unusual titling situations
  • DMV forms and requirements for new forms
  • How Electronic Lien Titling works
  • Sales & use tax recap and reform efforts
For more information about the seminar, click here
The details
Monday, October 22

Grand Junction

7:30 a.m.
8:00 - 10:30 a.m.

Double Tree by Hilton
743 Horizon Drive
Grand Junction, CO 81506


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11:30 a.m.
12:00 - 2:30 p.m.
Courtyard Marriott
110 West City Center Drive
Pueblo, CO 81003


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$159       First registration
$139       Subsequent registrations
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Mastery of Finance for Auto Dealers & Key Leaders

Performance is measured on bottom-line results. You already know that. Yet everyone with financial line item responsibilities in a dealership doesn’t really understand how what they do affects your overall results. For example, do your line managers understand how much gross profit is being made in his or her department — to ensure the entire organization performs in a way that’s profitable?
For many, they know their margins, but not what that means to the dealership’s bottom line. Each department leader needs to understand why their margins are so important when they drive revenue at your dealership.
While many leaders with financial responsibilities don’t quite get that, they will, after attending the day-long workshop, Mastery of Finance for Auto Dealers & Key Leaders. During this workshop each key member of your leadership team will discover how they can make better overall decisions to ensure the dealership is profitable on a sustained basis, and how to improve profitability margins.
This workshop was offered first in June. Of the top three things some folks learned that day, comments include: Management of cash flow, business cycle. Management of three different balance sheets. KPI on cash flow statement. And Transactional accuracy, executive to metrics/measurements. And one of the attendee’s most-valuable part of the workshop was the breakdown of accounting for departments, which was valuable, “since DMS does so much in the background.”
If some of these phrases don’t make sense now, they will by the end of the workshop.
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In a nutshell:
Effectiveness is the senior manager’s jobEfficiency is the job of operating managers and employeesTo be successful, a dealership needs to be effective AND efficient. To do that means understanding the metrics of effectiveness, the metrics of efficiency and how to make decisions that will ensure both of those at your dealership.
CADA has partnered with MetaMark Learning to provide Mastery of Finance for Auto Dealers & Key Leaders. This program is designed for non-financial professionals in every functional area of an auto dealer’s operations who are responsible for:
  • Driving financial performance 
  • Analyzing strategic opportunities 
  • Assessing risk 
  • Communicating financial priorities and results 
About the presenter: Owner of MetaMark Learning, Darrell Mullis is the author of The Accounting GameTM, one of’s top two recommended finance books over the past 10 years. With more than 30 years’ experience, Darrell is a leading expert in teaching finance to non-financial professionals, including CEOs and key team leaders of multinational corporations and family owned businesses throughout the world. MetaMark Learning has customized the program for the auto industry. Darrell’s objective is to help people understand how money is made in the industry and how each person can improve profit and cash flow in day-to-day decisions and actions.

Tuesday, November 27
7:30 a.m. Breakfast and networking
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Workshop
Lunch is provided

CADA Headquarters
290 E. Speer Blvd. Denver

$400 All registrations
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Colorado Dealer Compliance Guide, Newly Revised 3rd Edition

The third edition of the Colorado Dealer Compliance Guide has been published!
Register for the seminar that walks you through updates to the Guide that keeps you in compliance
Laws and regulations change. And in the past two years, the franchise laws that were passed alone have changed how dealers do business in Colorado.
Add to that other acts by the state legislature and rulemaking processes by the Governor’s administrative agencies, and the results are a changed regulatory landscape for Colorado dealers.
Designed for all of a dealership’s key leaders, this seminar will walk you step by step through the 51 sections included in the Colorado Dealers Compliance Guide. Updates include:
  • 2017 Franchise law
  • 2018 Warranty Reimbursement at Retail
  • Off-premise permitting (Class 1 and 2 permits)
  • New versus Used regulations
  • Dealer Code renumbering
  • Titling and registration under the DRIVES system
  • The forthcoming electronic vehicle registration
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The details
Thursday, November 29

7:30 a.m.
8:00 - 9:30 a.m.


12:00 p.m.
12:30 - 2:00 p.m.

CADA Headquarters
290 E. Speer Blvd.


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Embassy Suites
4750 Clydesdale Pkwy.


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Monday, December 3
Grand Junction

8:30 a.m.
8:30 - 10:00 a.m.

Glenwood Springs

12:00 p.m.
12:30 - 2:00 p.m.

Double Tree by Hilton
743 Horizon Dr.


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La Quinta Inn
124 W. 6th St.


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Thursday, December 6

8:00 a.m.
8:30 - 10:00 a.m.

Colorado Springs

12:00 p.m.
12:30 - 2:00 p.m.

Courtyard Marriott Pueblo Downtown
110 W. City Center Dr.


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Double Tree by Hilton Colorado Springs
1775 E. Cheyenne Mountain Blvd.


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$299       Registration includes the Guide
$179       Registration does not include the Guide

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Marijuana, Opioids and Your Workforce

A webinar designed for everyone in a dealership who supervises or manages employees

More Americans died last year of drug overdoses than in the entire Vietnam War. According to the U.S. Surgeon General, nearly 21 million Americans are living with substance abuse disorder — and three-fourths of those struggling with addiction are employed.
Employees with substance abuse disorders miss up to six weeks of work every year. Yet just 24 percent of employers reported in a National Safety Council survey that prescription drug use is a problem, even though seven in 10 companies reported issues ranging from absenteeism to overdose.
With more states legalizing marijuana, along with the opioid epidemic (In Colorado, 63.7 of 100 prescriptions written were for opioids in 2015.), chances are that you have employees with a substance abuse problem — and are missing work.
As an employer, you need to have parameters in place to train, supervise and provide the necessary tools to ensure a drug-free workplace.
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The details
Tuesday, December 4
10:00 a.m.

The number to call and access code will be provided after registration

All registrations.
As a webinar, several people from your dealership can attend for one price.
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Thank you for your donations!!!

Thanks to you, the Clear the Air Foundation has recycled 461 cars to date
Johnson Auto Plaza 2
  (Total of 33 for the year and third-highest donor year to date. Thank you!)  
Phil Long Honda 2
Red Rock Nissan 2
  (First donations - thank you!)  
King Buick GMC 1
  (Total of 9 for the year. Thank you!)  
Glenwood Springs Ford 1
Davidson Gephardt Chevrolet 1
Private Donation 1
  (Spurred on by Glenwood Springs Subaru - Thanks Chris Good!)  
Congrats, Chris Boland!
We awarded a $2,000 tool scholarship to Chris Boland, who is attending Lincoln Tech Community College on the GI bill, while working as an apprentice at Mile Hybrid. Mile Hybrid is Clear the Air Foundation's go-to for any hybrid donation. Chris will receive nearly $4,000 worth of Matco tools resulting from this  award — and he will immediately put them to good use. Congratulations Chris!

If you have a junker on your lot, please send an email to Mark Zeigler with the:
I will have someone come out and pick it up at no cost to you.
Sign over and mail the title to:
Clear the Air Foundation
c/o Mark Zeigler
290 East Speer Blvd
Denver, CO 80203
That's it! After the vehicle is recycled and crushed, funds go to the scholarship account for auto techs in Colorado.
Regulatory & Legal

From Simplify Colorado Sales & Use Tax Coalition: Updates on the sales tax sourcing rule

The Department of Revenue will offer all businesses a grace period through March 31, 2019, to comply with the rule changes. Businesses will not need to ask for the extension, rather, the DOR will automatically grant the waiver until then.  
  • The Colorado Department of Revenue Taxation Division rules hearing has been rescheduled for Nov. 30th at 2 pm.The hearing will take place at 1313 Sherman, Denver, CO.  Written comments can be submitted to  Comments will be accepted until November 30, 2018 at 5:00 p.m.
Who: All businesses that sell tangible goods to Colorado customers

What: Background regarding sales tax regulation changes

When: Formal Permanent Rulemaking Hearing on November 30, 2018 (an emergency rule is currently in place)

Background: On June 21, 2018, the Supreme Court of the United States overturned the physical presence requirement in the Wayfair v. South Dakota case and ruled that out-of- state-retailers will be subject to collecting state sales tax in states they ship taxable goods into. As part of implementing the regulatory change, the Department of Revenue has proposed a rule requiring that sales tax must be collected and remitted based on the jurisdiction’s tax rate at the point of delivery for the taxable good when delivered outside the retailer’s jurisdiction. Because out-of-state retailers do not have a physical location this is the only way to source sales tax. The Department cannot have two different sets of rules for in-state and out-of-state retailers.


Will Colorado be ready for its own emergency ruling?

By Judy Vorndran October 1, 2018

New Wayfair rules for nexus and sourcing in Colorado require registered vendors to collect statutory city and county taxes beginning December 1.

Beginning December 1, how retailers in Colorado collect sales tax will change substantially. The Colorado Department of Revenue adopted emergency rules on September 11, putting retailers on notice of substantial changes to sales and use tax collections (39-26-102(9)).

Why this is a problem

Previously, businesses didn’t have to collect taxes unless they had location-based reporting requirements in Colorado. In light of the Supreme Court decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc., states can now require retailers to collect sales and use tax based on destination.

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Upcoming Events
Title Processing Fundamentals Seminars
Colorado Springs
Wednesday, November 7 •  7:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
Double Tree by Hilton 1775 E. Cheyenne Mountain Blvd. Colorado Springs, CO 80906
Wednesday, November 7 •  11:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Courtyard Marriott 110 West City Center Drive Pueblo, CO 81003

CADA Annual Convention
Sunday, November 11 – Wednesday, November 14

Mastery of Finance for Auto Dealers & Key leaders
Tuesday, November 27 •  7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
CADA Headquarters, 290 E. Speer Blvd. Denver

Colorado Dealer Compliance Guide, Newly Revised 3rd Edition
Thursday, November 29 •  7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
CADA Headquarters, 290 E. Speer Blvd. Denver

Thursday, November 29 •  12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Embassy Suites, 4750 Clydesdale Pkwy.

Grand Junction
Monday, December 3 •  8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
Double Tree by Hilton, 743 Horizon Dr.

Glenwood Springs
Monday, December 3 •  12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.
La Quinta Inn124 W. 6th St.

Webinar - Marijuana, Opioids and Your Workforce
Tuesday, December 4 • 10 a.m.
Register online

Colorado Dealer Compliance Guide, Newly Revised 3rd Edition
Thursday, December 6 •  8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
Courtyard Marriott Pueblo Downtown, 110 W. City Center Dr.

Colorado Springs
Thursday, December 6 •  12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Double Tree by Hilton Colorado Springs, 1775 E. Cheyenne Mountain Blvd.
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Manufacturer News
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VW, Mobileye team up on self-driving service
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Ford posts $1 billion Q3 profit but backs off profit margin target
Autonomous vehicles
No sign of the personal vehicle ownership apocalypse
CEO Mary Barra wants people to think of GM as a tech company
Ride Sharing
Study: More fatal traffic accidents since launch of ride hailing services
Lyft acquires AR startup Blue Vision to boost self-driving plans
Electric vehicles
Future of electric-car tax credit up in the air
Electric vehicles are going to render the fight over fuel economy standards moot
Tesla accused in driver lawsuit of overstating autopilot safety
Tesla’s new ‘mid-range’ Model 3 is the iPhone XR of cars
Tesla’s big quarterly profit suggests a major turning point to some investors
Bonds & Forms
CADA has a fillable bond request form for new sales people! This new, fillable PDF form makes it easier, faster and more accurate for us to turn around your salesperson bond request. Because there’s no handwriting to decipher with this form, bond turnaround can be faster than ever. Just download the form, electronically fill it out and return to Khorrie Luther. Questions? Call Khorrie: 303.457.5122.
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Upcoming Webinar

House of Horrors: When Safety Issues Haunt Workplaces

Wednesday, October 31, 9 a.m. (MT)
Oh, the things that KPA environmental health and safety consultants have seen!
Join us as we recount some workplace horrors and how your organization can put them to rest.

You'll Learn:
  • Common Workplace Hazards and How to Correct Them
  • Real Examples from Cited Companies
  • Techniques to Make Workplace Safety a Top Priority
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Bloodborne and Airborne Pathogens
November 7 (8:00 am to 10:00 am)
This NSC course focuses on how to protect employees from blood and airborne pathogens and what to do if exposure occurs. Participants will learn
•Introduction to bloodborne pathogens
•Bloodborne pathogens including hepatitis viruses and HIV
•Preventing infection from bloodborne pathogens
•Airborne pathogens including tuberculosis
•Proven steps to reduce exposure and prevent infection
•Exposure control plans
Member: $55     Alliance Member: $55      Non-member: $70
This session is approved for the Pinnacol Safety Group

Fleet Risk Management- Best Practices
November 15 (9:00 am to 10:30 am)
When people think of fleet safety, they think of commercial vehicles and driver training. But what about all of the other aspects of managing fleets, both large and small? This event will bring a panel of industry experts together to discuss best practices for managing fleet risk, including driver training, technology, management practices, and fleet maintenance. Any organization that has employees driving vehicles for work will benefit from the information presented. Attendees will be given access to sample programs that will assist them with developing policies and procedures to manage fleet risk.
Member: Free      Alliance Member: Free      Non-member: $20
This session is approved for the Pinnacol Safety Group

Silica Awareness and the OSHA Standard
November 16 (8:00 am to 5:00 pm)
Silica is a component of sand, stone, rock, concrete, brick, block, and mortar and therefore materials containing silica are found in a wide variety of workplaces. This session will review the standard and discuss the work practices employers should follow to evaluate to keep employees safe, comply with the law, and implement common sense practices that will protect employee’s health. 

What we will cover:
• Overview of silica and the health hazard it poses 
• Discuss the materials and tasks that create silica hazards
• Review dust generating work tasks and operations
• Silica dust control methods – proper tools, scheduling, PPE and hygiene practices
• The employer competent person 
• The medical surveillance program and employee exposure monitoring 
• The silica control plan
Member: $60     Alliance Member: $60      Non-member: $75
This session is approved for the Pinnacol Safety Group
Observation Skills for a Safer Workplace
November 27 (8:00 am to 10:30 am)
Providing a safe workplace is an OSHA requirement, but as employers know, providing training and enforcing rules sometimes does not seem to be enough and employees still have injuries. This leads to the question, “what more can we do?”. Many employers will implement observation programs to proactively prevent incidents and injuries by establishing a program of observations, and then providing feedback to employees. These behavior-based safety programs are common place, but the skills needed to provide effective observations and feedback to employees and management are less common.

In this program we will cover some basic considerations of how to improve workplace performance by using people-focused interventions that incorporate observations of employees performing routine work tasks and giving timely feedback on safety-related behaviors. This encourages individuals and work groups to consider the potential for accidents and to assess their own behaviors.

What we will cover:
• The importance of understanding correct work practices (and safety rules)
• The differences between lack of knowledge, lack of motivation and the reward system in place
• Basic concepts to keep in mind to when conducting observations and the importance of providing feedback to employees
• Fundamental human performance considerations and causes of complacency
• Sample observation cards and tracking methods
Member: $60     Alliance Member: $60      Non-member: $75
This session is approved for the Pinnacol Safety Group

How to Develop Your Safety Program
November 28 (8:00 am to 12:00 pm)
CSA has developed this half-day training with easy to follow, step-by-step instruction for developing a safety program. This course is beneficial for small companies that need help with developing a safety program or for companies that have a program, but are not sure that it meets the industry standard. The following safety management elements will be included: 
• Management commitment and written plan 
• Employee orientation and involvement 
• Hazard identification, evaluation and control
• Hazard communication (inventory, SDS, labeling)
• OSHA Recordkeeping (OSHA 300 Logs and Form 301)
• Emergency Preparedness 
Member: $105      Alliance Member: $105      Non-member: $135
This course is approved for the Pinnacol Safety Group
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