Seminars & Media 

Brian C. Hall - Owner, Head Instructor of BCH Electrical Safety Consulting. Cleveland, OhioBrian Hall, CESCP provides free electrical safety presentations to safety associations and trade shows

Brian also authors original electrical safety articles for S&H trade journals and blogs

Brian provides free presentations to safety associations and expos that educate Safety and Health professionals on OSHA compliance and keeping their workers safe.

He also provides original articles on electrical safety to industry trade journals.

Our mission at BCH Safety is to assist OSHA’s effort in saving more lives and getting our workers home safely to their families every day.

Current Electrical Safety Events

Ohio Safety Congress & Expo 2020 | BCH Safety

Ohio Safety Congress & Expo 2020 | BCH Safety

Join BCH Safety at OSC 2020 in Columbus! BCH Safety has had the honor of presenting electrical safety seminars at The Ohio Safety Congress & Expo for 2016 - 2019. OSC 2020 is in its 90th year and is the second-largest occupational safety, health, and workers’...

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Testimonials

On behalf of the BWC – Division of Safety & Hygiene, Youngstown Service Office and the Mahoning County Career and Technical Center, I would like to thank you for speaking at the 2017 NE Ohio Safety Expo on October 13, 2017. Without your support and participation this Expo would not be the success that it was.

I reviewed all the evaluations and wanted to share the session rating and any comments from your sessions which is listed below. I also attached the summarization report for the Expo for your review.

We hope that you enjoyed being a part of the 2017 NE Ohio Safety Expo and that you will consider presenting at future events.

Thanks again,

David Costantino, CPM

Loss Prevention Supervisor
Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation
Youngstown Service Office

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