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The Six Pillars of Safety Program Success
This activity has been Pre-Approved for SHRM recertification credits.
Randy Pickett Puget Sound Human Factors and Ergonomics Society
When: October 18, 2019
Time: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM PST
You know that safety is important. The cost of accidents and injuries in terms of lost money, lost productivity and lost human potential is too great to ignore. Every organization has some form of safety program in place and yet so few are truly satisfied with the results.
In this webinar you will learn practical steps any organization can take to go from safety as a program to safety as a core value embedded into all aspects of the organization.
Safety & loss control professional and current president of PSHFES.org Randy Pickett will cover:
• How to change mindsets regarding how we think about safety
• How to move beyond mediocre safety to high performing safety.
• The importance of systems thinking and the true drivers of injuries.