$299/Government* no other discounts may be applied
$595/Kentucky Chamber Member
Special Offer: Send 1 and get the 2nd HALF OFF!*
*Government and special offer pricing not available online. Contact Lori Jo Goff at 502-848-8727 or [email protected] to take advantage of this discount.
As safety and health becomes more and more integrated into our business culture, it is increasingly important to develop and maintain solid leadership skills to support an excellent safety and health management system. This seminar is an excellent opportunity for an individual or a “team” of safety leaders from your organization to plan and prepare for a self-sustaining, safety-minded culture.
This is a two-day workshop designed to expand you and your team’s safety knowledge, assist you in developing safety leadership skills and help put what you know about safety to work for you and your company. Safety and management personnel who are versed in the OSHA regulations and have a general understanding of compliance issues will leave this interactive workshop with improved safety leadership skills needed to create and maintain a leading-edge, sustainable safety and health program.
Effective safety professionals need to know how to work within their company's culture to achieve goals, understand the financial benefits of effective safety management and capitalize on employee participation in safety. By attending this seminar, you and your team will gain valuable ideas to help improve, grow and sustain your safety program. You’ll also learn to work together to develop Key Performance Indicators to measure and manage your safety program effectively.
This seminar goes beyond the basics of safety and focuses on those elements of a safety and health program that affect the bottom line, can help improve your company's safety performance, create a sustainable safety process and expand your personal leadership skills. Come prepared to share and work – this is a “workshop” and we look forward to involving you and your safety leadership team in the learning process.
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