ASSE would like to thank the following companies for their sponsorship of the Building a Successful Safety Culture Symposium:
ASSE will be offering the symposium “Building a Successful Safety Culture” in Costa Mesa, CA on January 22-23, 2009 and would appreciate your support as a sponsor for this event. We believe that this event is an important opportunity for you to increase your visibility as we are presenting a valuable topic, delivered by well-known speakers, and have selected a popular location.
We have a number of sponsorship opportunities for this program and would like to offer sponsoring companies the following benefits:
Complimentary table top exhibit space
Acknowledgement of your company’s sponsorship at the general sessions and on the ASSE website;
Acknowledgement on signage at the event that you are sponsoring and at your table top exhibit;
Symposium mailing list (one time use)
Special badge ribbons identifying sponsors.
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Setting the Stage for a Change: Assessing Your Current Climate
Dr. Marilyn Buckner, Ph.D, President, NTS, Inc., Atlanta, GA
You can make it happen.
Improving the safety culture of your organization could be transformational in the performance of your safety program. This symposium brings together the leading authorities in culture change to deliver to you the solutions that will have a significant impact on your safety efforts. Join us in Costa Mesa for this symposium to learn the methods that really work to improve safety in your organization.
- Recognized leaders in the field of culture change including Drs. Steven Simon, Thomas Krause, and Anne French will share their strategies and offer the most effective methods for improving the safety culture in your organization
- Dr. Marilyn Buckner, leadership and change authority will provide you with the tools and guide you through the development of an assessment of your organization’s culture
- 20 Concurrent sessions on techniques to assess culture, approaches to change the culture of your organization, and strategies to sustain positive safety performance
- Presentations on the culture change achievements of organizations such as Coors, Harley-Davidson, General Mills and others including principles from their efforts that can be applicable to your organization
- A panel of executive leaders from several corporations providing their perspective on the role of the safety professional in changing culture and how you can be instrumental in making change happen
- Case study roundtables to sort through the information delivered at this event and determine the methods most appropriate for the needs of your organization
- Assess the characteristics of the safety culture in your organization to identify strengths and weaknesses
- Develop strategies for safety culture zimprovements that lead to reductions in injuries
- Recognize the influence your organization’s culture has on safety performance and apply that knowledge to increase the effectiveness of your safety programs
- Determine how the safety culture in your organization is affected by your leaders, both formal and informal
- Apply principles from case studies of safety cultural improvements in other organizations to your own organization