One Day Event


NAAA’s Second Safety Briefing to Focus on Safety Program Essentials and Best Practices

Safety experts, industry leaders and auction members will gather at ADESA Boston to share their knowledge for safety’s sake at NAAA’s second safety briefing on July 25.

The one-day event, Safety Briefing II: Safety Program Essentials and Best Practices, will feature presentations on preparing an effective emergency response plan, better bollard design for a safer auction arena, proactive workplace safety training and NAAA safety certification for all employees.

Also included on the agenda is a discussion about new standards for lane safety, a report on the history and results of KAR Auction Services safety program, a study of accident videos, an overview of OSHA’s 10-hour course to improve industrial workplace safety, and a session on the key elements of developing a solid safety program for specifically for the auto auction industry.

Registration is free, but space is limited to just 75 attentees, so sign up forSafety Briefing II: Safety Program Essentials and Best Practices.

Breakfast and lunch will be provided for all registered Safety
Briefing II attendees.

Email Registration Only
To Register—Please include in email:

•  Your Name
•  Your Auction Name
•  Your Auction and Mobile Phone Numbers
Register Here

Location of Safety Summit II:
ADESA Boston
63 Western Avenue, Framingham, MA 01702 • (508) 626-7000

Hotel Accomodations
Hampton Inn, Natick (508) 653-5000 (5 Miles from ADESA Boston)
Crowne Plaza, Natick (508) 653-8800 (4.4 Miles from ADESA Boston)

Boston Logan International Airport (BOS)

General Travel Information
Airport to Hotel is 25 Miles

Safety Briefing II - ADESA Boston, July 25, 2017


Opening Remarks – 9:00 AM
   Frank Hackett, CEO National Auto Auction Association
   David Vignes, EVP of Enterprise Optimization, KAR Auction Services
   Jack Neshe, GM of ADESA Boston

KAR Safety Program Overview – Tim Massingale, James Walker
   Accident Video presentation
   Safety is not an option
   History and results of KAR Safety Program

Tour of ADESA Boston Auction Arena
   Bollard Design and Placement

NAAA Safety Program – Michael Rohdy
   NAAA Safety Certification Program
   Safe T. Sam
   Coach Caution

Lunch – 1:00 PM

Emergency Response – James Walker

Emergency Response Plan

   Elements of Industry Safety Program
   OSHA 10 Program – Benefits to the Auction

Conclusion – 4:00 PM


   David Vignes, EVP, Enterprise Optimization, KAR Auction Services
   Frank Hackett, CEO, National Auto Auction Association
   Jack Neshe, GM of ADESA Boston
   Tim Massingale, VP, Enterprise Optimization, KAR Auction Services
   James Walker, Director, Environment, Health, and Safety,
      KAR Auction Services
   Michael Rohdy, Area President, Auto Auction Services,
      Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.