Emergency Accident Response: YOU are the First Responder

Coronavirus may have stolen the headlines over the past year, but there is always page two. Before COVID-19, transportation and agricultural safety emergencies took the spotlight, a spotlight no one wants. Grain bin explosions, semi accidents, major chemical leaks, worker health emergencies, engulfment, a fall.....this interactive workshop puts attendees right in the thick of it with real-life experts in the room to facilitate. Your response can mean the difference between life and death. This workshop is designed for safety folks, general managers, and site leaders, but all attendees will benefit greatly!  

CCH points available:  3 CCHs:  1, 2, 3A, 3B, 4, 5, 6, 7A, &B, 7D, 8, 11, 14, & RT
CCA CEUs:  3 - Professional Development

You have several options for attending this workshop:

  • Attend the workshop as a standalone event.
  • Attend the workshop and our Top Golf networking event, taking place the evening of August 10.
  • Attend the workshop and add on registration for ACI's annual conference (click here to register for the safety workshop AND the conference)

Sponsored by:

The Risk Coordinator Group


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Jim Seibert, Director of Safety Education & Training, NGFA

As NGFA’s director of safety, education and training, Jim is responsible for developing new education and training materials to assist NGFA members in complying with safety, health and other regulatory requirements. He also is involved in reviewing and updating the NGFA’s extensive inventory of employee safety education, training and information materials, as well as addressing grain, feed and processing facility operations issues.

Seibert has more than six years of experience managing facility production and regulatory compliance inspections, and conducting ongoing safety education and process improvement projects at grain elevator facilities and feed mill locations.

Seibert also served as an officer both on Active Duty and in the Army National Guard, serving in several capacities in his over 20 years of military service before retiring in October of 2020.

Beginning his career working on his family’s farm in south central Nebraska, Seibert graduated from Oklahoma State University’s College of Agriculture with a bachelor’s degree in plant and soil sciences.