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January Evening Event with UD Football Coach Rick Chamberlin
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When: Thursday, January 17, 2019
5:00 - 8:00 pm
Where: Sinclair Conference Center
301 West Fourth St.
Dayton, Ohio  45402
United States
Contact: Shay Knoll

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Join us as we hear from current University of Dayton football coach, Rick Chamberlin. As a two time conference Coach of the Year winner and someone who currently has the third most wins in UD history, Coach Chamberlin knows it takes hard work to be successful. You'll hear Coach Chamberlin speak on using the word "W.O.R.K." to describe how to be successful. 


Time:  4:30 - 5:30 p.m. Pre-Meeting Seminar

            5:00 p.m. Cash bar (cash only*) and Networking

            6:00 p.m. Dinner/Program

Parking: Lot C - accessible from Fourth Street, just west of Perry Street. Park at the SOUTH end of the parking garage. During registration, you will be               provided with a parking pass.

Menu: Choice of chicken or beef

Attire: Business

Cost: $45 for members, $60 for nonmembers


Come prepared to participate in the University of Dayton Basketball ticket raffle, donated by Bob Dunlevey!

Prize: 2 tickets to the UD/Saint Joseph's Hawks game on January 29. Includes: 2 loge box seats, a premium parking pass next to the stadium, complimentary dinner, complimentary snacks before the game, closed circuit TVs, full access to the Flight Deck and an incredible view of the court.

Buy raffle tickets for $10 each. Must be present to win. 

Young Professionals Meet Up

This meet up gives the young professionals of DRMA the opportunity to meet and mingle with the leaders and board members. It will be a great opportunity to learn more about DRMA and how to get involved. Click here to register. 

How to Handle OSHA Accident Investigations - Presented by Bob Dunlevey of Taft Law

Every employer performs accident investigations – many causing unexpected liabilities.  Recently OSHA has been demanding that all of the investigative witness statements and consultants’ accident reports be revealed to the OSHA investigators and then they are used as a basis for citing the employer.  Employers need to know how to better conduct an accident investigation and limit the release of employee witness statements and consultants’ reports.  In addition, Bob Dunlevey will be discussing recent OSHA developments including post-accident drug testing and incentive programs.

*No ATM on premises and SCC bar does not accept credit cards.