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CAC of Pike County hosting Virtual Lunch & Learn Session on workers’ comp

Community Action Committee of Pike County, Press Release

The Workforce & Business Development Program (W&B) at the Community Action Committee of Pike County (CAC) is continuing the recently launched webinar series, Business Power Hour: Virtual Lunch & Learn Sessions, with the next event to take place Wednesday, May 15 from 11 a.m. to noon. 

The topic of the session will be Understanding Ohio’s Workers’ Compensation Program. The expert speakers for this session will be Melony Bryant, Minority & Small Business Advocate, and Ana Cammarata, Business Consultant from the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (OhioBWC).

Designed to empower Ohio's small business owners, this session will delve into the intricacies of the state's Workers' Compensation program. We'll explore the covered injuries, the benefits offered to employees, and safety-related grants available to businesses. Most importantly, you'll discover how Workers' Compensation safeguards both your business and your workforce by ensuring financial stability in the event of a workplace incident.

“Workers’ Compensation is more than just covering injuries. There is a vast wealth of safety knowledge and expertise that comes from collaborating with this Program,” stated Lisa Pfeifer, W&B Director. “Our hope is that all of our local business owners will attend this session to discover the many ways that Workers’ Compensation can empower businesses.”

There is no cost to attend the virtual session, however registration is required. To register please contact Adam Days at (740) 289-2371 ext. 7367 or Once registration is complete, an email with an invitation and link to the session will be sent to participants. Session will take place on the Microsoft Teams platform. 

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