The Six Pillars of Safety Program Success
This activity has been APPROVED for SHRM recertification credits.
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 program, Randy Pickett, safety & loss control professional and current president of Puget Sound Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (PSHFES.org), will share 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.
Randy 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.
This content comes from research and practical experience consulting across a wide range of industries.
Feel free to invite other leaders from your organization who would like to be part of transforming your safety culture.
Randy Pickett Bio
With over twenty years of experience in safety and operations management in manufacturing and general industry, Randy has seen the good, the bad, and the dysfunctional regarding organizations and safety program performance. He enjoys sharing paradigm shifting safety knowledge.
Randy holds a bachelor’s degree in business from the University of Washington, and more recently a master’s degree in organizational leadership from Gonzaga University. Randy studied organizational leadership as he has found that safety is more difficult to improve effectively without a significant understanding of organizations and the leadership required to make change.
Randy resides in Kent Washington with his significant other Susanne. In his off-time Randy remodels homes, volunteers with various organizations as time allows and researches various topics of interest, including organizational performance and safety.