Human Services Council
of Snohomish County
A program of Citrine Health

Important Events



  
Important Events

HSC Networking Meeting
Fourth Friday of the Month
Next Meeting: February 24th 12:00 – 1:30PM
All are welcome!



Upcoming Professional Development Workshops (registration required):

On Guard!
How to protect against work-place dangers.

Friday, March 10, 2017
11:30 am – 4:00 pm

Active Shooter Training
Course will cover:
  • What to do if an active shooter enters your business
  • What if you cannot evacuate or hide
  • Calling 911- What they need to know
  • When law enforcement arrives- What you need to know
Everett Police Officer Edward Golden is a thirty three year professional of law enforcement. He has been with the Everett Police Department for more than thirteen years, currently as their Crime Prevention Officer. Previously he was with the NYPD as a Cop, Undercover Detective, Detective Investigator, Patrol Sergeant and Investigative Sergeant Detective Supervisor in the NYPD's Organized Crime Control Bureau. He currently teaches in the Criminal Justice program at Shoreline Community College.

Safety in the Workplace
Course will cover:
  • Creating safe and healthful places in which to work.
  • Workplace violence – beyond the active shooter
  • Anatomy of a safety program
  • OSHA and the small business / agency
  • Keeping records – who needs what
Lynda Glaspey is a retired OSHA employee with 34 years' experience teaching OSHA Federal and State requirements. While with OSHA she provided more than 600 OSHA record keeping training sessions for both the public and private sectors and professional organizations. She has been a presenter at numerous safety and health conferences. Lynda has had her own consulting business since 2005 and continues to provide employers and associations with trainings and record audits.

Cost:
$40.00 - Human Services Council & Women's Wellness Center Members
$60.00 - Non-Members
(price includes lunch)
REGISTER ONLINE

EVALUATE THIS! – and that!:
Employee Evaluations

Friday, April 7, 2017
11:30 am – 4:00 pm

Presented by Rhea Reynolds
  • Establish the Foundation
  • Understand the employee evaluation process and its importance
  • Learn to effectively provide on-going feedback and coach employees for success
  • Invest in coping with discomfort
  • Defensible evaluations
Rhea holds a Master's Degree in Organizational Management and has worked in the Human Resource field since 1997. She is currently the Human Resources Manager for the Snohomish County Superior Court, and has previously worked as the Regional HR Manager for the Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) and as a Human Resource Consultant for the City of Seattle.

Cost:
$40.00 - Human Service Council Members (includes lunch)
$60.00 - Non-Members (includes lunch)
REGISTER ONLINE