Oct
30
9:00 AM09:00

Defensive Driving: Drive to Live! Cache County

DRIVE TO LIVE!

198 people have lost their lives on Utah roads in the first 9 months of 2018! How many will it be by New Year’s Day? Will someone you know be one of those statistics?

How has your life been affected by car crashes? At the Trust, we know exactly the toll of auto crashes - both to lives and the financial bottom line. We want every Trust member and their drivers to improve their driving skills and work together to reach the goal of zero fatalities and reduced losses. To that end, we will be presenting a regional training Drive to Live! in November. Come network with others in local governments from around the state as we learn skills and tools to keep ourselves and others safe on the road. Because of the importance and universal nature of this subject, we are inviting attendees to bring their spouse, significant other, or driving age children/grandchildren to attend this course with them. Please sign up all attendees so we can have enough seating and refreshments! See you soon. Drive safe!

The training is from 9-11am

There are several different dates, times, and locations. You may attend training at any of the locations. If you’d like to attend at a location different from the link on this notice, simply go to our website (www.utahtrust.gov), select Training & Events, choose the date you’d like to attend, then follow registration instructions.

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Oct
31
9:00 AM09:00

Defensive Driving: Drive to Live! Trust Office

DRIVE TO LIVE!

198 people have lost their lives on Utah roads in the first 9 months of 2018! How many will it be by New Year’s Day? Will someone you know be one of those statistics?

How has your life been affected by car crashes? At the Trust, we know exactly the toll of auto crashes - both to lives and the financial bottom line. We want every Trust member and their drivers to improve their driving skills and work together to reach the goal of zero fatalities and reduced losses. To that end, we will be presenting a regional training Drive to Live! in November. Come network with others in local governments from around the state as we learn skills and tools to keep ourselves and others safe on the road. Because of the importance and universal nature of this subject, we are inviting attendees to bring their spouse, significant other, or driving age children/grandchildren to attend this course with them. Please sign up all attendees so we can have enough seating and refreshments! See you soon. Drive safe!

The training is from 9-11am

There are several different dates, times, and locations. You may attend training at any of the locations. If you’d like to attend at a location different from the link on this notice, simply go to our website (www.utahtrust.gov), select Training & Events, choose the date you’d like to attend, then follow registration instructions.

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Nov
1
9:00 AM09:00

Defensive Driving: Drive to Live! Washington City

DRIVE TO LIVE!

198 people have lost their lives on Utah roads in the first 9 months of 2018! How many will it be by New Year’s Day? Will someone you know be one of those statistics?

How has your life been affected by car crashes? At the Trust, we know exactly the toll of auto crashes - both to lives and the financial bottom line. We want every Trust member and their drivers to improve their driving skills and work together to reach the goal of zero fatalities and reduced losses. To that end, we will be presenting a regional training Drive to Live! in November. Come network with others in local governments from around the state as we learn skills and tools to keep ourselves and others safe on the road. Because of the importance and universal nature of this subject, we are inviting attendees to bring their spouse, significant other, or driving age children/grandchildren to attend this course with them. Please sign up all attendees so we can have enough seating and refreshments! See you soon. Drive safe!

The training is from 9-11am

There are several different dates, times, and locations. You may attend training at any of these locations. If you’d like to attend at a location different from the link on this notice, simply go to our website (www.utahtrust.gov), select Training & Events, choose the date you’d like to attend, then follow registration instructions.

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Nov
5
7:00 AM07:00

Safety Moment: Winter Walking! (Early Riser Edition)

It’s about to get cold with lots of ice and snow. Every winter we see serious injuries subsequent to slips and falls in wintery conditions. We can all anticipate the coming cold weather and therefore have the opportunity to prepare. The right clothing, equipment, practices and procedures will prevent the pain and suffering of these predictable injuries.

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Nov
5
9:00 AM09:00

Safety Moment: Winter Walking! (Regular Time Edition)

It’s about to get cold with lots of ice and snow. Every winter we see serious injuries subsequent to slips and falls in wintery conditions. We can all anticipate the coming cold weather and therefore have the opportunity to prepare. The right clothing, equipment, practices and procedures will prevent the pain and suffering of these predictable injuries.

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Nov
5
10:00 AM10:00

Loss Prevention: Safety Audit Documentation

Everyone knows it's important to audit our facilities and programs to make sure we have safe working conditions and effective policies and procedures. But you may ask how important is it to document these audits? In this webinar we will explore the ins and outs of documentation and how tracking this information can make you more effective and avoid some dangerous pitfalls.

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Nov
8
9:00 AM09:00

Defensive Driving: Drive to Live! Utah County

DRIVE TO LIVE!

198 people have lost their lives on Utah roads in the first 9 months of 2018! How many will it be by New Year’s Day? Will someone you know be one of those statistics?

How has your life been affected by car crashes? At the Trust, we know exactly the toll of auto crashes - both to lives and the financial bottom line. We want every Trust member and their drivers to improve their driving skills and work together to reach the goal of zero fatalities and reduced losses. To that end, we will be presenting a regional training Drive to Live! in November. Come network with others in local governments from around the state as we learn skills and tools to keep ourselves and others safe on the road. Because of the importance and universal nature of this subject, we are inviting attendees to bring their spouse, significant other, or driving age children/grandchildren to attend this course with them. Please sign up all attendees so we can have enough seating and refreshments! See you soon. Drive safe!

The training is from 9-11am

There are several different dates, times, and locations. You may attend training at any of these locations. If you’d like to attend at a location different from the link on this notice, simply go to our website (www.utahtrust.gov), select Training & Events, choose the date you’d like to attend, then follow registration instructions.

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Nov
13
9:00 AM09:00

Defensive Driving: Drive to Live! Moab

DRIVE TO LIVE!

198 people have lost their lives on Utah roads in the first 9 months of 2018! How many will it be by New Year’s Day? Will someone you know be one of those statistics?

How has your life been affected by car crashes? At the Trust, we know exactly the toll of auto crashes - both to lives and the financial bottom line. We want every Trust member and their drivers to improve their driving skills and work together to reach the goal of zero fatalities and reduced losses. To that end, we will be presenting a regional training Drive to Live! in November. Come network with others in local governments from around the state as we learn skills and tools to keep ourselves and others safe on the road. Because of the importance and universal nature of this subject, we are inviting attendees to bring their spouse, significant other, or driving age children/grandchildren to attend this course with them. Please sign up all attendees so we can have enough seating and refreshments! See you soon. Drive safe!

The training is from 9-11am

There are several training locations, dates, and times to choose from.
You may attend training at any of these locations. If you’d like to attend at a location different from the link on this notice, simply go to our website (www.utahtrust.gov), select Training & Events, choose the date you’d like to attend, then follow registration instructions.

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Nov
14
9:00 AM09:00

Defensive Driving: Drive to Live! Price

DRIVE TO LIVE!

198 people have lost their lives on Utah roads in the first 9 months of 2018! How many will it be by New Year’s Day? Will someone you know be one of those statistics?

How has your life been affected by car crashes? At the Trust, we know exactly the toll of auto crashes - both to lives and the financial bottom line. We want every Trust member and their drivers to improve their driving skills and work together to reach the goal of zero fatalities and reduced losses. To that end, we will be presenting a regional training Drive to Live! in November. Come network with others in local governments from around the state as we learn skills and tools to keep ourselves and others safe on the road. Because of the importance and universal nature of this subject, we are inviting attendees to bring their spouse, significant other, or driving age children/grandchildren to attend this course with them. Please sign up all attendees so we can have enough seating and refreshments! See you soon. Drive safe!

The training is from 9-11am

There are several training locations, dates, and times to choose from.
You may attend training at any of these locations. If you’d like to attend at a location different from the link on this notice, simply go to our website (www.utahtrust.gov), select Training & Events, choose the date you’d like to attend, then follow registration instructions.

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Nov
15
9:00 AM09:00

Defensive Driving: Drive to Live! Vernal

DRIVE TO LIVE!

198 people have lost their lives on Utah roads in the first 9 months of 2018! How many will it be by New Year’s Day? Will someone you know be one of those statistics?

How has your life been affected by car crashes? At the Trust, we know exactly the toll of auto crashes - both to lives and the financial bottom line. We want every Trust member and their drivers to improve their driving skills and work together to reach the goal of zero fatalities and reduced losses. To that end, we will be presenting a regional training Drive to Live! in November. Come network with others in local governments from around the state as we learn skills and tools to keep ourselves and others safe on the road. Because of the importance and universal nature of this subject, we are inviting attendees to bring their spouse, significant other, or driving age children/grandchildren to attend this course with them. Please sign up all attendees so we can have enough seating and refreshments! See you soon. Drive safe!

The training is from 9-11am

There are several training locations, dates, and times to choose from.
You may attend training at any of these locations. If you’d like to attend at a location different from the link on this notice, simply go to our website (www.utahtrust.gov), select Training & Events, choose the date you’d like to attend, then follow registration instructions.

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Oct
11
10:00 AM10:00

Land Use Webinar: Conditional Use Permits

Conditional use permits allow you to mitigate the impacts of land use activities on the rest of the community. However, if you allow a use as a conditional use, you better be able to come up with conditions! This webinar will address conditional uses and how you can best manage the balance between your organization's goals and private property rights. The Utah Office of the Property Rights Ombudsman will present this important topic.

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Oct
4
9:00 AM09:00

Leadership Conference

We invite you to attend the Trust Leadership Conference on Thursday, October 4th, at 9:00am (continental breakfast 8:30am, lunch to follow).

Dr. Craig Manning will speak to us on Engineering High Performance. He will discuss the mechanics of the mind and the impact NeuroScience is having on Strategic Leadership along with the applications of how to: maximize human potential, train the right skills and be deliberate, and minimize the interference from individual and team performance.

This conference is provided free of charge to members of the Utah Local Governments Trust. Elected Officials, Management, and Senior Staff are encouraged to attend.

Space is limited - register now.

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Oct
1
10:00 AM10:00

Loss Prevention: Emergency Action Plans

Are your facilities and personnel prepared for an emergency? You never know when an emergency could take place and affect your day. Whether it’s a fire, an earthquake or an active shooter in the workplace, it is important to know how to stay safe and what to do in the event of an emergency. In this webinar we will cover Emergency Action Plans, and the steps and preparations you should take to be ready for what may come your way.

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Sep
10
10:00 AM10:00

Loss Prevention: Utah OSHA Local Government Inspection Findings

On October 31st last year we told you about Utah OSHA’s Local Emphasis Program (LEP) which is focusing compliance inspections on Utah Local Government entities. In this webinar we will share many of the OSHA violations that have been cited during some of these inspections so far this year. This is a great opportunity to learn about many of the OSHA standards where deficiencies have existed so you can check your level of preparedness for your possible LEP inspection.

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Aug
16
9:00 AM09:00

Trust Sewer Management Webinar

The information presented in the Trust Sewer Management webinar will help Trust Members to effectively manage their sewer collection systems and to prevent backups and other sewer related incidents. It will include a review of Trust Sewer Management performance from the past year, key elements of a SSMP (Sanitary Sewer Management Plan) and recommended best practices for sewer systems. 

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Aug
6
10:00 AM10:00

LOSS PREVENTION: SILICA!

Do you ever work around concrete dust, load or haul aggregate or sand blast parts? If so, you're likely exposed to crystalline silica. SILICA ISN'T JUST DUST! In fact, silica can kill you! I this webinar, we will explore the risks of silica, drastically lowered OSHA exposure limit, new requirements for the tools you use and how to keep yourself safe from this killer dust.  

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Aug
6
9:00 AM09:00

SAFETY MOMENT: BACK TO SCHOOL! (REGULAR TIME EDITION)

It’s back to school time again. Seasons, traffic, schedules, routines and jobs are changing. These changes result in risk to schools, children, drivers and employees. This safety moment will help us all to prepare and adjust to these changing conditions for the safety and benefit of all. Let’s make this back to school season as smooth and uneventful as possible.

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Aug
6
7:00 AM07:00

SAFETY MOMENT: BACK TO SCHOOL! (EARLY RISER EDITION)

It’s back to school time again. Seasons, traffic, schedules, routines and jobs are changing. These changes result in risk to schools, children, drivers and employees. This safety moment will help us all to prepare and adjust to these changing conditions for the safety and benefit of all. Let’s make this back to school season as smooth and uneventful as possible. 

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Jul
2
10:00 AM10:00

Loss Prevention Webinar: Playground Inspections

Playgrounds are awesome! But awesome can be traded for pain, or even death. How do you make sure your play facilities are safe? The answer is inspection and maintenance. In this webinar, we will outline how to perform a regular playground inspection and the common and not-so-obvious hazards that you need to identify and address now!

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Jun
4
10:00 AM10:00

Loss Prevention Webinar: Personal Protective Equipment

Personal protective equipment is the last line of defense for you or your coworkers from things that can hurt or kill you! Are you sure your PPE is up to the task? Do you have the right PPE and know what condition it is in? Have you met the OSHA requirement as an employer to certify your PPE selection? These are important questions that have serious implications. In this webinar we will give you a firm foundational knowledge of how to select, use, maintain and manage personal protective equipment.

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Jun
4
9:00 AM09:00

Safety Moment Webinar: Accident! Now What? (Regular Time Edition)

As much as we work to prevent them, sometimes accidents happen. The decisions you make and actions you take in the seconds and minutes after an accident can have profound effects on your ability to recover from the accident. In this webinar we will help you build best practices into muscle memory so you will be ready when the bad thing happens.

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Jun
4
7:00 AM07:00

Safety Moment Webinar: Accident: Now What? (Early Riser Edition)

As much as we work to prevent them, sometimes accidents happen. The decisions you make and actions you take in the seconds and minutes after an accident can have profound effects on your ability to recover from the accident. In this webinar we will help you build best practices into muscle memory so you will be ready when the bad thing happens.

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May
17
9:00 AM09:00

Trust Annual Meeting - Register Now

Dear Member,

We invite you to attend our Annual Meeting on Thursday, May 17, 2018, at 9am (continental breakfast, 8:30am). In addition to Board elections, State of the Trust report, and other items, we've invited James M. Olson, former CIA Chief of Counterintelligence, to be our keynote speaker (link to agenda/bio below). His presentation is titled, “A Different Kind of Career: Undercover in the CIA.” He will describe his undercover career in the CIA, including how he was recruited, the training he received, the risks he and his wife faced (she was also a CIA operative), and the effect of this undercover lifestyle on their marriage and children. He will also discuss the role of the CIA in the current Global War on Terrorism and other current issues affecting the safety and security of American citizens. Finally, Mr. Olson will take the audience on an actual espionage operation he and his wife carried out in Moscow at the height of the Cold War. Q&A at the end.

The following incumbents have been nominated to continue their service and fill board vacancies: Service District position: Todd Beutler, General Manager of Cache Valley Transit District. City/Town position: Pat Brady, Mayor of Green River City. City/Town position: Robert Hale, Mayor of Midvale City. County position: Shawn Milne, Commissioner of Tooele County. The Trust Board of Directors supports these nominees and appreciates their desire to continue their service on the Trust Board. Please notify Marilynn Beesley if you have nominations (marilynn@utahtrust.gov).

Following the meeting we will host lunch.

We hope you'll join us. Space is limited - register now.

Best,
Steve Hansen, CEO

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May
7
10:00 AM10:00

Loss Prevention Webinar: Managing Seasonal Employees

You've got a job to do and need help to get it done. Seasonal employees make up a sizable chunk of our workforce. They also present a significant risk to our organizations. How can you balance the need for temporary help with the permanent nature of risk? In this webinar, we will present the dos and don'ts of hiring minors, temporary workers, and volunteers.

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Apr
2
10:00 AM10:00

Loss Prevention Webinar: Defensive Driving!

Driving is the most dangerous thing most of us do every day. Statistics show that we will each be involved in one accident every 10 years durning our lifetime. How do we improve our odds? It's really simple: DRIVE DEFENSIVELY! In this webinar, we will show you important tools and tactics that can and will save your life and the lives of your loved ones! Don't miss this presentation!

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Apr
2
9:00 AM09:00

Safety Moment Webinar: Lone Worker Safety (Regular Time Edition)

BE SAFE IN 2018! Ever work alone? While independence in our work can be a rewarding thing, it places us at risk. Accidents, medical problems, or threats can be exacerbated by being alone. How do you protect yourself and all the other lone workers in your organization? In this webinar we will explore the risks to lone workers and the best practices that can help keep them safe and productive.

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Apr
2
7:00 AM07:00

Safety Moment Webinar: Lone Worker Safety (Early Riser Edition)

BE SAFE IN 2018! Ever work alone? While independence in our work can be a rewarding thing, it places us at risk. Accidents, medical problems, or threats can be exacerbated by being alone. How do you protect yourself and all the other lone workers in your organization? In this webinar we will explore the risks to lone workers and the best practices that can help keep them safe and productive.

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Mar
8
8:30 AM08:30

OSHA 8-hr HAZWOPER Refresher

If you have completed HAZWOPER training, you must complete an 8-hour refresher annually to continue responding to HAZMAT incidents. This class will fill OSHA's requirements and refresh you on how to protect yourself when dealing with hazardous materials. We will cover how to use information and technological resources to make your responses safer and more efficient. This course is free to Trust member employees and saves you a significant amount of money. Sign up today!

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Mar
7
to Mar 9

OSHA 24- AND 40-HR HAZWOPER AND 8-HR REFRESHER

Ever had a spill at your facility? If you respond to releases of hazardous materials at the workplace level, you need to have OSHA HAZWOPER training and an 8-hour refresher course annually. Hazardous materials releases can include chlorine gas from water or sewer treatment works, antifreeze, acids, fuels, lubricants, and many other materials. This 3-day OSHA-required course helps prepare you to handle chemical releases. We will cover the 24- and 40-hour coursework as well as an **8-hour refresher for those who have taken the class previously (8-hour refresher held March 8th). 40-hour participants will be required to complete homework and additional requirements. Cost is FREE for Trust members, saving you hundreds of dollars per attendee! Sign up today!

**IF YOU'RE ONLY ATTENDING THE 8-HOUR REFRESHER COURSE, SIGN UP FOR THE 8-HOUR COURSE ONLY (separate invitation).

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Mar
5
10:00 AM10:00

Loss Prevention Webinar: TAP-Measuring Excellence

As we have reviewed hundreds of TAP applications over the past 5 years, we have seen great examples of different ways you, the members, have implemented the best practices which make up the TAP program requirements. Our goal is to reduce and control risk while improving our performance and standing as the premier risk pool for Utah Governments. In this webinar we will introduce you to the method we use to measure the quality of TAP implementations, individually and collectively as a pool. These measurements and associated goals will assist us all to continually improve our performance, while resulting in more effective control of our individual and collective risk.

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Mar
5
9:00 AM09:00

Safety Moment Webinar: Lockout/Tagout! (Regular Time Edition)

Employees who service or maintain machines and equipment may be exposed to serious physical harm or even death if hazardous energy is not properly controlled. This webinar will identify the various types of energy to be controlled, and the practices and procedures to prevent the release of hazardous energy while employees perform work.

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