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Connect 4 Lunch - Networking Lunch
8/20/2020
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Connect 4 Lunch
9/17/2020
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Events in the month of May 2020
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5/4/2020
 -8/21/2020
STACC (STREET AND AIR CRITICAL CARE)

The Street & Air Critical Care (StACC) course is a 20 week online program designed to provide experienced paramedics and nurses an in-depth understanding of the concepts of critical care transport and prepares them to pass national critical care transport certification exams. StACC instructors include physicians, pharmacists, respiratory therapists, flight medics, and flight nurses. 24 different critical care subjects are covered including: ventilator management, lab data interpretation, radiographic image analysis, 12 lead EKG interpretation, hemodynamic monitoring, circulatory assist device management, advanced pharmacology, and more. StACC is divided into two sections. The first section provides in-depth instruction in the 24 different subjects with lectures, reading assignments, and quizzes The second section includes a summarized review of the specific content students will see on national critical care certification exams and a practice exam with answer rationales. StACC is approved by the International Board for Specialty Certifications (IBSC) for 60 CME units toward renewal of the FPC or CCPC. StACC CME units are also recognized by the State of Utah Bureau of EMS. Participants are required to purchase the textbook "Patient Transport: Principles and Practice (5th ed)"

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5/6/2020
Return to Work Series: Employee Benefits and Return to Work

Return to Work Series: Employee Benefits and Return to Work



There are a variety of employee benefits compliance considerations related to employees returning to work, either after a furlough or termination. This discussion will address reinstatement of benefits, cafeteria plan election changes, FSA (health and dependent care) considerations, ACA rehire and waiting period rules, employer reporting, premium payments (including collecting employee deductions in arrears), COBRA matters and tools to assess the cost impact of COVID-19 on self-insured plans.

Speakers

Suzanne Spradley, SVP, Chief Compliance Officer, NFP
Evan Michael, Executive Vice President and General Counsel, NFP
Geoff Seibel, VP, Actuarial Services, NFP
Chase Cannon, VP, Deputy Chief Compliance Officer, NFP

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5/8/2020
Chamber Movie Day at Fat Cats

POSTPONED Until Further Notice 

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5/11/2020
Return to Work Series: Innovation and Return to Work

Return to Work Series: Innovation and Return to Work

Description

Over the past six weeks, businesses have been forced to rethink everything, accelerating product innovation and digital transformation like never before. As COVID-19 serves as a tipping point for product innovation, we will explore new tools and solutions coming to market to help support the “new norm” for employers and businesses.

Speakers:
Evan Michael, Executive Vice President and General Counsel, NFP
Suzanne Spradley, SVP, Chief Compliance Officer, NFP
Mark Rieder, Head of Innovation, NFP

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5/13/2020
Return to Work Series: Business Insurance Issues Related to Return to Work

Return to Work Series: Business Insurance Issues Related to Return to Work

Description

COVID-19 has had a profound impact on our economy and businesses across industries, leaving many to grapple with the cost and relevance of commercial insurance. This discussion will address the elevated relevance of a variety of coverages – including employment practices liability insurance (EPLI), workers’ compensation, and liability related to public considerations – in this challenging environment.

Speakers

Evan Michael, Executive Vice President and General Counsel, NFP
Suzanne Spradley, SVP, Chief Compliance Officer, NFP
David Langman, SVP, Property & Casualty, NFP

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5/13/2020
Gubernatorial Forum - Republican Primary


 
Come participate in our Multi-Chamber Gubernatorial Forum on Wednesday, May 13. This will be a fantastic opportunity to listen carefully to each candidate and see how they align with your views on various topics. There are 9 Chambers of Commerce who are participating in this event. Our Chamber initiated the idea and proposed it to the Association of Utah County Chambers. We then also invited the Davis Chamber to join with us. Order some delicious delivery and enjoy the event!

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5/18/2020
Return to Work Series: Employee Wellness and Return to Work

Topic - Return to Work Series: Employee Wellness and Return to Work

Description


Return to work policies, procedures and resources must account for their impact on all areas of an employee’s well-being, including mental, emotional and physical health, safety, financial well-being, social connections and interaction. This session will provide specific details on considerations for employers as they address employee well-being.

Speakers

Evan Michael, Executive Vice President and General Counsel, NFP
Suzanne Spradley, SVP, Chief Compliance Officer, NFP
Deb Smolensky, VP, Well-Being and Engagement, NFP

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5/20/2020
Cyber-security Best Practices: Confidently Navigating Cyber Threats


Utah Leads Together: Cybersecurity Best Practices: Confidently Navigating Cyber Threats

Description:

The widespread disruptions caused by COVID-19 have compelled many businesses to pivot their strategies for online operations. This has led to an increase in attempts by hackers and fraudsters to find weak points in digital security measures and exploit unknowing businesses already challenged by COVID-19. Companies have also discovered new challenges, such as safely hosting web/audio meetings both privately and publicly across the country. As businesses adjust their strategies for operating in the new virtual norm, how can safety and privacy be protected?

Join us for the Security Best Practices: Confidently Navigating Cyber Threats webinar on May 20th at 10:00 as industry experts will share best practices, specific risks, examples, and ideas on how to best digitally protect you and your business.

Time: May 20 10:00 AM

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5/21/2020
Connect 4 Lunch

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5/29/2020
RE-THINK YOUR FUTURE


 

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Don't miss out on this great opportunity to learn and engage with industry experts from AlphaGraphics. They are involved at every level of business and work with many of Utah's best businesses. Their clients range from the smallest to the largest and all get VIP treatment. The Chamber has worked with them on many projects and we're always happy with the end result!

Save the Date: May 29 at 12pm. 

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