Leading Your Organizationís Culture to Reduce Workplace Exposures
|Credit: 1 Day / .7 CEU / 1.0 IH CM Points # 07 - 1983 / .44 CHMM CMP|
|Description: When you take a rigorous look at your organizationís workplace injury exposures you consider intuitive factors such as employee training, facility conditions, and proper PPE use. But there are also difficult-to-define systems within the organization that greatly contribute to its exposure such as informal cultural expectations or leadership and supervisory models with varying degree of effectiveness. In this seminar, you will learn a tested method of exposure analysis that will enable you to look beyond the obvious and into the cultural factors that influence employee behavior. In this process, you will also assess your own leadership strengths and identify the skills you can apply to make your exposure analysis process more effective.
∑ Recognize the cultural factor components of workplace exposures
∑ Use behavior analysis tools to improve safety and health in the workplace
∑ Advise your management on the relationship between your organizationís cultural conditions and its safety outcomes
∑ Exercise leadership best practices to influence your organizationís culture in their practice of safety and health
|Instructor(s): Donald R. Groover, CIH, CSP, Vice President, Behavioral Science Technology (BST) Inc., Ojai, CA|