5. Rethinking Behavior-Based Safety
If you implemented a Behavior-Based Safety Process or wish you had implemented one when everyone else did, this session is an opportunity to learn how organizations are re-thinking this process. In the past two decades, more effective ways of implementing BBS have been discovered and innovative steps have been taken to bring these systems to new heights of engagement and performance. Join us to learn some simple alternatives to traditional BBS administration that can make observation data rich with potential safety improvements.
Terry L. Mathis
CEO, ProAct Safety, Inc., The Woodlands, TX
6. Five Key Best Practices in Global OSH Management
This session focuses on five of the most commonly recognized OSH best practices currently found in organizations throughout the world. Learn how you can implement these practices and utilize them to further your sustainability efforts. You will takeaway these global best practice examples to guide you in reenergizing your organization's global OSH management process.
Kathy A. Seabrook, CSP, CFIOSH, EurOSHM
President, Global Solutions Inc., Mendham, NJ
7. Overcoming the Real Causes of Worker and Workplace Risk
There are numerous visible and invisible "organizational barriers" that can have a significant impact on organizational safety and health performance and a profound effect on the overall safety culture. These barriers are well beyond the immediate issues that typically cause workplace injuries, illnesses and deaths. In this session, you will learn various internal risk-based evaluation, communication and decision making processes and tools to successfully identify and deal with these barriers.
Samuel Gualardo, MA, CSP
President, National Safety Consultants Inc., Salix, PA
8. Is Something Wrong with Your Safety Management System?
No matter how well your safety management system is operating, here are some strategies to make it even better. You can immediately begin to apply the actions in this session to: combat complacency; improve communication skills; alter safety-related habits; and take steps to accommodate for human error in the workplace.
Tim Page-Bottorff, CSP
Senior Consultant, SafeStart, Mesa, AZ
Vice President, SafeStart, Belleville, ON