Continuing Education

IACET credit
General sessions and educational sessions are approved for continuing education credit by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET).

Many organizations accept IACET credits, including:

  • Board of Certified Safety Professionals
  • American Board of Industrial Hygiene
  • Institute for Safety & Health Management

Simply respond to the attention checks, complete the session evaluation, and print an attendance certificate for the sessions you attend.


Registered nurse
These sessions are approved for up to four hours of nurse credit. BWC is approved as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the Ohio Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. (OBN-001-91)

  • (W03A) Effective Use of This Injury Management Tool: MCOs
  • (W03B) Crisis Management, Communications and Social Media
  • (W04A) Dealing with and Defusing Difficult Situations
  • (W05B) Navigating FMLA, ADA and OSHA in Ohio Workers’ Compensation Claims
  • (W06B) Reducing COVID-19 Transmission through HVAC Improvements


Attorney
These sessions have been approved by the Supreme Court of Ohio Commission on Continuing Legal Education for up to three total CLE hours. BWC will report legal credits to the Ohio Supreme Court by April 11, 2021. For more information contact BWC's Learning Services.

  • (W03A) Effective Use of This Injury Management Tool: MCOs
  • (W03B) Crisis Management, Communications and Social Media
  • (W05B) Navigating FMLA, ADA and OSHA in Ohio Workers’ Compensation Claims
  • (T03B) Incident Investigation Protocol and Liability: A Company Perspective


Human resource
The following sessions have been pre-approved by the HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®). The pre-approved identification number is communicated on the event's attendance certificate/transcript. Make note of the activity identification number and use it to claim credit towards your HRCI recertification requirements.

  • (W02A) Opening Session  – Management Meets the Future: The Innovation Challenge
  • (W03A) Effective Use of This Injury Management Tool: MCOs 
  • (W03B) Crisis Management, Communications and Social Media
  • (W04A) Dealing with and Defusing Difficult Situations
  • (W04B) Emerging Trends in Safety Technology 
  • (W05B) Navigating FMLA, ADA and OSHA in Ohio Workers’ Compensation Claims 
  • (W06A) Conversation-Based Safety
  • (WO6B) Reducing COVID-19 Transmission through HVAC Improvements 
  • (T02A) General Session – Management and Mismanagement During Crises
  • (T03A) Training Managers to Be Managers
  • (T03B) Incident Investigation Protocol and Liability: A Company Perspective 
  • (T04A) A Conversation with OSHA
  • (T04B) Resilient Safety Management Systems 
  • (T05A) Effective Hazard Identification for Senior Leaders
  • (T05B) C-Suite Keys to a Positive Safety Culture 
  • (T06A) Games, Blind Spots, and Bias


Note: OSC21 sessions do not offer credit for claims managers, disability management specialists, rehabilitation counselors, sanitarians, or wastewater operators.


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