328  CANCELLED - Safety Training to Impact Occupational Culture and Performance

Safety training can be designed and delivered to have an impact on the occupational culture of your organization. In this workshop, you will discover how to make the connection between your safety training and an improved safety culture in your organization. You will learn a process that guides you to design your safety training as an ongoing improvement process rather than a one-time training event. Take away tools will enable you to better assess the effectiveness of your training and more effectively facilitate collaborative improvement of your safety culture.

Learn to

· Develop a safety training process for maximum impact on safety culture

· Conduct a “Culture Scan” to identify key norms and beliefs

· Through training, gain employee ownership for safety and collaboration in developing the safety culture

Instructors: Earl Blair, Ed.D. CSP, Associate Professor and Program Director, Safety Management, Department of Applied Health Science, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN

Elaine T Cullen, Ph.D., President, Prima Consulting Services Inc., Chattaroy, WA

Credit: 2 Days / 1.4 CEUs / 2.0 Safety CM Points # 09-112 / .88 CHMM CMP