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NAECP Fall 2014 HANDOUTS AND RESOURCE LINKS

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General Session Materials

NRC Commissioner William C. Ostendorff
View Biography by Clicking Here
http://www.nrc.gov/about-nrc/organization/commission/ostendorff.html
Presentation Only – No Materials Provided

Integrity, Innovation, and Influence – Lessons Learned
Paul Davison, Site Vice President, PSEG Hope Creek
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http://www.pseg.com/family/leadership/pdf/davison.pdf
Handout Provided in File Library Below

Delivering Difficult Investigative Results
Billie P. Garde, Attorney, Clifford & Garde LLP
View Biography by Clicking Here - http://www.cliffordgarde.com/about/billiegarde.html
Often the ECP Professional finds themselves in the role of providing information that is not “good news.” In this session Billie will offer lessons learned and successful strategies to use during these scenarios.
Handout Provided in File Library Below

Exploring the Cooperative Roles of ECP and Human Resources
Panel Leader: Peter Rail, Consultant, 1800ECP
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Not all concerns received by ECP are addressed by ECP. This panel discussion will provide an opportunity to understand the sharing of responsibilities between ECP and HR to address concerns and maintain program credibility.
Handout Materials Provided in Session

What Next? – Case Study
Facilitator: Paul Zaffuts, The Zaffuts Group
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What Next, is a case study where participants, working in groups, will be challenged to develop then their share strategies to address complex employee concerns. Additional information and worksheets will be released prior to conference for this working session.
Handout Materials Provided in Session


Core Track Materials

Core #1- SCWE Warning Flags for Leaders
Often the signs of a declining SCWE are visible; leaders just need to know where to look. This session will provide the ECP professional with tips for leadership on monitoring work place SCWE.
Presenter: Kenneth Coon, ECP Department Manager, Arizona Public Service Company
Handout Provided in Session

Core #2 - Management of an Employee Concerns Program
This interactive session will provide the ECP Manager with an introduction into the value of Emotional Intelligence and key skills to improve Managerial effectiveness.
Presenter: Kris Cravey, Day & Zimmerman
Handout Provided in File Library Below

Core #3 - Determining the Right Scope for Your ECP
Some ECP programs address all concerns that come into the program; other ECP programs address safety and SCWE concerns while referring others. This session will provide insights into the spectrum of scopes for an ECP.
Presenter: Devon Jackson, CH2M-WG Idaho, LLC
Handout Provided in File Library Below

Core #4 - Scheduling Interviews
Scheduling interviews can present challenges, especially when interviewees are shift workers. In this session Ernest Chatfield, Palisades, will present the results of a series of benchmarking activities he completed.
Presenter: Ernest Chatfield, Palisades
Handout Provided in File Library Below


Advanced Track Materials

Advanced #1 - “Record Keeping and Concern Tracking”
This session, lead by Lori Hays ECP Manager for Duke Energy, will present a concern tracking method the importance this data represents.
Presenter: Lori Hayes, ECP Manager, Duke Energy
Handouts Provided in File Library Below

Advanced #2 - Understanding the Components of an OI Investigation
Investigations performed by the Office of Investigation follow a defined process. In this session Paul Zaffuts, from the Zaffuts Group, will lead a decision on the process, what to expect and lessons learned.
Presenter: Paul Zaffuts, The Zaffuts Group
Handouts Pending

Advanced #3 - 10 Ways to Damage ECP Creditability
In this session Andy Vomastek, Dominion’s ECP Manager, will lead a discussion on how to manage an ECP program towards success through discussion of some not so easy lessons learned.
Presenter: Andy Vomastek, Employee Concerns Fleet Program Manager, Dominion Resources Services, Inc.
Handouts Provided Onsite

Advanced #4 - Establishing Credibility without Witnesses
Often the ECP professional finds themselves with two sides of the same story or maybe event one story and nothing else. In this session Billie Garde, will discuss strategies to use to attempt to resolve this dilemma.
Presenter: Billie Garde, Attorney, Clifford & Garde LLP
Handout Provided in File Library Below

Fall 2014 Materials and Resources

Item Name Posted By Date Posted
Davison - Integrity PDF (51.43 KB) Administration 9/11/2014
Garde - Delivering Difficult Investigative Results PDF (263.05 KB) Administration 9/18/2014
OAC Breakouts PDF (316.92 KB) Administration 9/11/2014
Core #2 - Management of an ECP Program PDF (427.66 KB) Administration 9/11/2014
Core #3 - Determining Scope PDF (255.44 KB) Administration 9/18/2014
Core #4 - Scheduling Interviews PDF (59.34 KB) Administration 9/11/2014
Advanced #1 - Record Keeping PDF (689.36 KB) Administration 9/18/2014
Advanced #4 - Establishing Credibility PDF (918.39 KB) Administration 9/11/2014
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