Thank you Conagra for the great food!




March Meeting

In case you missed our March meeting, we had an excellent presentation on Active Trauma Release.  Our presenter was Dr Ryan Van Matre from Indy Spine and Rehab.  Thank you for taking time out to teach us on this important issue.

2017 GLASC Dues

Click on link below for 2017 GLASC Dues Form:


Dear GLASC Member,

The Executive Board of the Greater Lafayette Area Safety Council is pleased to announce that dues for 2017 will remain unchanged.
– Membership dues for companies with 99 or less Employees will have a fee of $50.00 per company.
– Membership dues for companies with 100 or more Employees will have a fee of $75.00 per company.
– Membership dues cover the period from January 1 to December 31.

The many benefits of GLASC membership include:
 Safety, Educational, & Professional Development Seminars
 IOSHA Updates
 Advertising Space Available on GLASC Web Site
 Networking Opportunities among Safety Professionals
 Opportunities to address Safety Issues & Problem Solving
Up to 3 Employees per company are welcome to attend each meeting
Meeting information will be sent in an e-mail to council members. Please refer to the website at for additional information.

If you are interested in hosting a meeting in 2017, please contact Genevieve Viduya at or John Sanders at

We thank you for your continued support of GLASC. We look forward to seeing you at our next meeting.


John Sanders


Meetings are held the second Wednesday of each month at SUBARU OF INDIANA AUTOMOTIVE, INC.- 5500 Indiana 38, Lafayette, IN 47905

Meeting Times: 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM All are welcome and encouraged to attend.

Please contact Genevieve Viduya at

or John Sanders at, if you’d like more information.

Meeting Tomorrow

Don’t let this


keep you from joining us tomorrow for our next GLASC meeting.tomorrow at Subaru.

Lunch will be provided by Market Force and will begin at 11:30.

Ryan Griffith will be our presenter tomorrow and he will be discussing hand/cut protection and safety eyewear.

Tools for Schools


Here is just a portion of the items collected for Tools for Schools. Thanks go out to Shelley for taking charge of this project.

It is too late to donate items but you still have time to volunteer for the project. Contact Shelley at for details.

Habitat for Humanity


GLASC members John Sanders, Genevieve Viduya and Brandon Coventry participated in our Habitat for Humanity work day on Saturday June 18th. We were able to provide hard hats, gloves and safety glasses to the volunteers and John was able to train 6 roofing volunteers on how to correctly and safely wear a harness and lanyard.  Thank you for representing GLASC in such a worthy cause.