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Rhyanne Skinner, CSP

Rhyanne Skinner, CSP

Senior Risk Management Consultant

Rhyanne joined ICW Group in 2017 and provides risk management services in Northern California. She assists clients across a spectrum of industries, including agriculture, construction, manufacturing, hospitality, and health care. She is a Certified Safety Professional (CSP) and has completed the OSHA Institute Safety Professional series. Rhyanne has a BA in Organizational Communication with a Minor in Sociology from Chico State. She has been a safety professional for over 18 years, part of which included working for Cal OSHA Enforcement.

Posts by Rhyanne...

IIPP Series Part II – Where the Rubber Meets the Road

November 30, 2018 by Rhyanne Skinner, CSP No comments

In my last blog, I discussed the financial impact of the IIPP. Here I’ll discuss from an emotional standpoint – where the rubber meets the road and how the IIPP can help keep you and your employees safe and productive. …  Read more …

IIPP Series Part I: It’s Not a Porta Potty Request!

November 19, 2018 by Rhyanne Skinner, CSP No comments

What is an “IIPP?’’ First and foremost, it does NOT involve the little blue room on your jobsite! It’s a written safety program required by the State of California, Title 8 Safety Orders and enforced by Cal/OSHA. IIPP stands for …  Read more …

Safety Incentive Program – Safety Bucks, Prizes, and Games

November 13, 2018 by Rhyanne Skinner, CSP No comments

In my last blog, I discussed safety incentive programs. Today, we’ll dig a bit deeper and discuss a specific incentive program that I’ve seen bring success to companies. I like to utilize an points system. Whether it be “atta boy” …  Read more …

Safety Incentives – The Changing Face of a Successful Program

November 1, 2018 by Rhyanne Skinner, CSP No comments

ICW Group Risk Management professionals advise employers that safety incentive programs that are based on lost time and lack of accidents, or tied to production and performance are be avoided.  Those programs encouraged lack of reporting and attention to true injury …  Read more …