2013 Program

CSSSP is proud to present outstanding speakers at our bi-monthly meeting.  These presentations help educate our members and keep them current in their profession.

February 2013
Ms. Lisa Day, is the Director of Energy Initiatives at Fox Limited Entertainment. She is responsible for developing and implementing environmental programs and tracking and reducing carbon emissions at Fox Studios in Los Angeles, Fox Studios Australia, and Fox’s offices worldwide and on every feature film and television show the studio produces. Ms. Day addressed the renewable energy program that has been initiated at Fox Studios with the application of solar panels on the roofs of some major buildings. Ms. Day addressed the advantages and savings in the production and consumption of electrical energy and what the savings are for the Studio and what an important role the Safety Professional plays in the entire renewable energy process.

April 2013
Ms. Linda Hunter, Certified & OSHA Outreach Trainer from Zee Medical will be speaking on the need for Automated External Defibrillator (AED) its need, usage and operation in the workplace.
Many employers are unaware of the requirements for CPR/AED in their usage, training and the requirement for having them spelled out in the Company’s Emergency Action Plan.  She reviewed and provided a detailed explanation on how to come into compliance.

June 2013
Mr. Mark Pisani, Cal/OSHA Senior Safety Engineer, DOSH Region IV spoke on Cal/OSHA’s Top 5 Cited Standards. They are: 1. Injury and Illness Prevention Program; 2. Heat Illness Prevention; 3. Reporting Serious Injuries and Fatalities; 4. Lockout/Tag out; 5. Hazard Communication.  Mr. Pisani also covered the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals.

August 2013
Mr. Hal D. Lindsey, Senior Safety Director for Diversified Utility Services and formerly a Regional Safety Manger with Asplundh Construction Corporation spoke about what an Employer should know and how should an Employer reacts during a Cal/OSHA inspection.  Mr. Lindsey has represented former employers such as the City of Los Angeles, Department of Water and Power and the Southern California Edison Company.  Mr. Lindsey has over 40 years of progressive experience in the Safety field and is an active member of the California State Bar and has attained his Juris Doctor in 1977.

October 2013
Captain Ernesto Ojeda presented the broad areas of Urban Search and Rescue which will include earthquakes, hurricanes, and other disasters.  Captain Ojeda holds a MA degree in Education from CSUDH.  He has served as the Disaster Preparedness SEction as Lead Instructor for L.A.F.D. Urban Search and Rescue Training in all NFPA 1670 Technician Classes.  He was also a lecturer and instructor at CSUCH from 1984 to 1993.

December 2013
Jeff Zisner, President & CEO of AEGIS, which specializes in high-end customer centric security, investigation, training and consulting services.  He can be found in the field conducting threat and vulnerability assessments, managing large scale functions, conducting surveillance and training workshops when he isn’t busy managing the day-to-day business of his firm.
Jeff reviewed pre-incident indicators and force multipliers.  He discussed the crime and terrorism planning cycle and how to cross train staff to be more aware of their environment as well as suspicious activities reporting.