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Randy Ellert

Randy Ellert

Loss Control Manager, Rumpke Waste & Recycling

Randy Ellert is the corporate safety loss control manager and fire safety specialist at Rumpke Waste & Recycling. Ellert manages the loss control process for all claims related to losses and claim mitigation. In addition, he is responsible for all the company's fire protection systems and maintenance. He works through the regional safety and maintenance managers to ensure compliance. Ellert conducts annual fire suppression reviews and audits service records to ensure compliance and associated repairs have been corrected. In addition, the facilities receive walkthrough inspections at various times throughout the year to identify safety-related issues to resolve.

All Sessions by Randy Ellert

Day 4 - March 22 March 22, 2022
2:15 pm - 3:30 pm

Do You Need a Common Sense Approach to Fire Prevention?

Breakers K-L

Why do we have a fire prevention plan? If your first answer is that OSHA requires it, you need a more common-sense approach. If you check your extinguishers or keep your exits clear to appease the local fire department, you need a more common-sense fire approach. If you do your fire training because it came up on the calendar, you need a more common-sense approach. If you don’t know your local firefighters by name, you could use a more common-sense approach to fire prevention.