Our conference brings a wide variety of perspectives to our attendees through specialized sessions. Sessions will be identified by experience levels in order to help you better navigate the conference. Levels are:
• (B) Two to five years of experiences is identified as basic
• (I) Six to 10 years of experience is identified as intermediate
• (A) 10 years plus of experience is identified as advanced
• (E) Executive level sessions
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The Internet and mobile technology now allows us to be contacted and connected 24/7 anywhere in the world even in the comfort and safety of home. Some users of the internet are abusing the fantastic facilities it offers but can cause distress to thousands of people across the world. Cyber bullies aim to cause distress by tormenting others from pedophiles targeting children to serial bullies targeting anyone. This session will provide information on how it is used, how it is done and methods that work to fight all types of cyber bullying.
Instructors: Chris M. Wright, CPP, The Wright Group, Inc., Anaheim, CA
Level: B I
As SH&E professionals move to become more integrated into the business environment it is even more crucial that the pure technical disciplines typically associated with the profession are complimented by a strong set of relevant leadership and business skills. In this session we will examine the various traits and core attributes that need to be displayed by the SH&E professional not only to provide clear direction within their area of influence but also to gain credibility, and achieve alignment, with the rest of the organization.
Instructors: Stuart G. Wood, MSc, CMIOSH, CPEA, RSP, C&S Wholesale Grocers, Inc., Keene, NH
This session will focus on the leading, rather than trailing, interventions essential in ensuring a positive change in the safety culture of an organization. Once the culture makes the positive shift to a safety-related focus, then, and only then, can we expect to see changes in behavior. This session will explore the options that can serve as a catalyst for advancing activities necessary for a successful conversion.
Instructors: Jack H. Dobson, Jr., CSP, Liberty Mutual, Cedarburg, WI
Lewis A. Gooday, CSP, CPEA, Liberty Mutual, Romeoville, IL