As a manufacturing leader, you cannot afford to overlook the health and safety management of your workers. Failure to create a strong health and safety management system can result in negative branding, increased workers’ compensation and negative financial impacts. Bigger the accident or injury, bigger your liability—high penalties, low production and huge insurance premiums can be a huge setback for your manufacturing organization.
The need for safety should become a way of business and a core value rather than just a priority. That can be achieved by integrating safety into business thinking. Safety is more than common sense—it is also paying close attention and following the rules to a T. It can also be influenced by cultures, locations, history, systems, leadership and many more factors. Strategically managing safety is one of the hallmarks of a successful organization.
If you want to assess your safety system and performance, you should ask this question to: “How clear is my strategic direction and can my employees clearly see the role that safety plays in that direction?”
In this session by expert speaker, Terry L. Mathis, you’ll learn how successful manufacturing leaders develop and execute a strategy required for achieving safety excellence. You’ll get the knowledge, tools and skills to develop and implement a successful safety excellence strategy in your organization.
Who Should Attend
Terry L. Mathis
Terry L. Mathis is the founder and CEO of ProAct Safety, and author of two books. His most recent is the bestseller, STEPS to Safety Culture Excellence. EHS Today has listed Terry four consecutive times as one of 'The 50 People Who Most Influenced EHS'. He is a veteran of over 1600 safety, culture and performance impro... More info