Employer Resource Institute Webinar
Wednesday, February 3, 2010
10:30 a.m. to Noon (Pacific)
|CD Recording Only
Many safety managers wonder why they are able to make only incremental improvements when it comes to safety, but status quo seems to be the norm. Federal OSHA's "Top 10" list of citations, for example, has gone unchanged for nearly a decade. The behaviors -- and mistakes -- are consistent year after year, and so are the fines and citations.
The key variable within management control is the human factor. Recent studies from Gallup and Towers Perrin confirm that nearly two-thirds of American workers are "not engaged" or "disengaged" in their workplace. This lack of engagement threatens both their safety and your organization's bottom line, making you ripe for repeat violations and unsafe working conditions.
Maybe it's time to take a close look at your organization's safety culture. Join us on February 3 to learn how to create sustainable improvements in your safety programs by rewarding and recognizing engaged employees who practice solid safety practices every day on the job -- without creating disincentives to report accidents and near-misses. You'll learn:
- How to evaluate your safety culture and recognize the areas in which you can improve
- How to collect, analyze and process data into actionable goals that are the building blocks for your new safety culture
- The key steps to engaging a workforce that takes responsibility for safety on the job
- Which safety metrics need to be tracked - and why
- How to reward employees for adopting a new safety attitude, and how to sustain these cultural changes
- What you need to say to senior management to get buy-in
- How to report progress and meet critical milestones
About Your Speaker:
Jon Kaufman is vice president of KL&P Motivation, located in the San Francisco area. He has designed and developed promotional and incentive programs for Fortune 1000 corporations for over 30 years.
After studying under W. Edwards Deming and working with Dr. Steven Simon and others, Kaufman developed The Safety Culture Management System to provide a Web-based/consultant-driven platform for companies to recognize, report and reward employees for their proactive engagement in the safety culture. Guided by leading (rather than lagging) indicators, management uses the system to gain better insight into the health of their enterprise. Kaufman is a frequent presenter and exhibitor at safety shows throughout the country each year.
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