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There are numerous tangible and intangible organizational barriers that can have a significant impact on safety and heath performance. These barriers in some instances cannot be eliminated. However, ways of addressing them at the very least need to be employed if an organization desires to attain safety and health performance excellence. These organizational barriers and the successful ways of dealing with them will be discussed in this session.
Instructors: Samuel J. Gualardo, CSP, National Safety Consultants, Inc., Salix, PA
Level: A E
A major concern of industrial fire protection professionals is the protection of employees and property from the threat of fire in the workplace. This presentation will review NFPA 600, which contains minimum requirements for organizing, operating, training and equipping industrial fire brigades.
Instructors: Bill C. Greenwade, CSP, AIU Holdings, Inc., Dallas, TX
Workplaces have people from different cultures and backgrounds. Diversity brings a range of attitudes, beliefs, values and behaviors that can challenge and potentially impede SH&E efforts. Discover ways to harness the diversity in your organization to build a stronger SH&E process and a more unified workforce.
Instructors: Luis F. Gonzalez, MBA, Topf Initiatives, Wayne, PA
Level: B I