The Essential Elements of an Effective Safety Program

Create a strong and effective safety program.

Do you have a “safety program” or an “effective safety program”?  Believe it or not, not every safety program has the desired impact.  To have an effective safety program, there are certain essential elements that must exist.  Removing any of the essential elements will render the safety program ineffective.  What are the essential elements?  Who is involved?  What does it take to create an effective safety program at your dealerships, service centers, and body shops? 

In this MADA webinar, presented by MADA’s endorsed provider of environmental, health, and safety services, ComplyNet, we will discuss:

  • The essential elements of a safety program
  • The active participants in the safety program
  • Maximizing the impact of your safety program

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MEET YOUR PRESENTER - Adam Crowell, President & General Counsel, ComplyNet 

Adam Crowell is President & General Counsel to ComplyNet, the leading provider of risk mitigation and compliance services in the automotive industry. Adam is a licensed practicing attorney with 19 years of experience primarily representing dealerships, trucking companies, and auto auctions.

Adam’s experience is that most regulatory fines, claims, injuries, and lawsuits are avoidable, but it takes proactive steps, the guidance of knowledgeable experts, and great systems to effectively mitigate these risks. Adam has also experienced first-hand that a company’s compliance efforts can be leveraged for significant savings on the insurance and workers’ compensation fronts, and potentially used to win other business.

Adam has spoken on the local, state, and national levels, including presentations to the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA), the National Independent Auto Dealers Association (NIADA), and the National Association of Dealer Counsel (NADC). Adam double majored in Economics and Religion at Denison University, and was elected into the honorary Order of the Curia for outstanding academics, character, and achievements at Capital University Law School.


Founded in 1994,ComplyNet is the automotive industry leader in compliance and risk mitigation solutions in the area of Environmental Health & Safety (EH&S), Information Security, and Human Resources.  ComplyNet combines its on-site services and its intuitive software-as-a-solution services to help dealerships, service centers, and body shops reduce risk, achieve compliance, and retain talent.  To learn more about ComplyNet, please visit or contact Adam Crowell, President & General Counsel, at 614.634.8843 or