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Safety Meetings: Improve Safety and Security Through an Engaged Workforce (DFS751B)

Presented by: Felix P. Nater, CSC
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Add Creativity, Innovation & Leadership to Your Safety Meetings & Ensure OSHA Compliance

The goal of any safety meeting is free, audacious, creative dialogue in reaching innovative outcomes. Members should be audacious in thinking about safety to encourage innovation in how safety is approached by employees. By making safety meetings audacious they will inspire active participation, new thoughts and ideas otherwise unshared by bored disconnected members. The objective is improving safety and security through an engaged workforce.

Allowing audacious discourse will serve to encourage innovation through an energized membership in a mutually supportive environment. Create discussion around identifying the differences between what is safe, what is a hazard or what are a risk and not the statistic that drives the discussion. Inviting committee members to lead discussions empowers the members to be individual safety managers looking for win-win opportunities. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) require all employers of specific categories of businesses to conduct reviews, trainings and safety meetings at specified intervals. Non-compliance can result in civil or criminal penalties.

This training session by expert speaker Felix P. Nater, CSC, will assist you in creating and running innovative and audacious safety-security meetings and training. You will learn how to overcome employee complaints that, 'Safety meetings are a waste of time' through thoughtful planning, new approaches, engaging techniques and proactive leadership.

Safety meetings don't have to be boring if conducted with people in mind. Input, ideas and disagreement can encourage honest, respectable and productive outcomes. Even inattentive groups will realize their thoughts and ideas are being heard. In this session, you'll learn how to create the feeling of "sudden interest" and that being creative and innovative does not mean complex or time consuming.

Session Highlights:

  • Conducting safety meetings to train your workforce in achieving OSHA compliance.
  • How to limit the content to 3 important things members will take away and not forget.
  • Promoting the meeting's value and direction by asking for topics from the committee members.
  • Improving participation by engaging the committee members.
  • Focusing discussions on recent incidents, what went wrong and how we can manage risk.
  • Allowing members to voice opinions without criticism to invite out of the box thinking and suggestions.

Who Should Attend

Safety, security, human resources, training units, supervisors & managers

About Our Speaker(s)

Felix P. Nater | Workplace Violence Security SpeakerFelix P. Nater CSC
Mr. Felix Nater, CSC has been the president & owner of Nater Associates, Ltd for 11 years. Felix shows organizations how to best create and manage effective workplace security and violence prevention strategies using existing resources in the processing, production, manufacturing and private educational & healthcare ma... More info

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