Zero-Injury Workplace Culture vs. Safety Culture
This training program will examine how organizations need to transition from the existing zero injury workplace culture to a more safety-oriented culture. In the process, this will examine the pros and cons behind each process and also offer best practices to determine whether you are doing it right.
April 29, 2020
10:00 AM PDT | 01:00 PM EDT
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Product Id : 502982
Live: One Dial-in One Attendee
Corporate Live: Any number of participants
Recorded: Access recorded version, only for one participant unlimited viewing for 6 months ( Access information will be emailed 24 hours after the completion of live webinar)
Corporate Recorded: Access recorded version, Any number of participants unlimited viewing for 6 months ( Access information will be emailed 24 hours after the completion of live webinar)
Explain what it means to have a 'zero incident workplace culture'on site. Identify the 4 phases of the safety maturity curve process.
Discuss employee and employee rights and responsibilities at each step of the safety maturity curve. Explain the benefits and challenges of sustaining a zero-injury workplace safety culture in the workplace.
Identify successful strategies for incorporating zero injury culture and maintaining scorecards to determine if it is successful.
Why should you Attend:
This webinar will focus on evolving from a zero-incident workplace culture within any organization to a more safety-oriented culture.
It will discuss the pros and cons of a implementing a zero-incident workplace culture and describe how to determine if you are doing it right.
The session will also discuss how a zero-injury workplace safety culture consists of shared beliefs, practices, and attitudes that exist within an organization.
An organization's safety culture is the result of a number of factors that include, but not limited to:
- Management and employee norms, assumptions and beliefs
- Management and employee attitudes
- Values, myths, stories
- Policies and procedures
- Supervisor priorities, responsibilities and accountability
- Production and bottom-line pressures vs. quality issues
- Actions or lack of action to correct unsafe behaviors
- Employee training and motivation
- Employee involvement or "buy-in"
Creating this culture takes time, patience and dedicated resources. It is frequently a multi-year process. A series of continuous process improvement steps can be followed to create a safety culture.
Employer and employee commitment are hallmarks of a true safety culture where safety is an integral part of daily operations.
Areas Covered in the Session:
Who Will Benefit:
- Definition of a zero-injury workplace safety culture
- The 4 phases of a safety maturity curve process toward zero injuries
- Roles and responsibilities within the 4 phases of a safety maturity curve
- Benefits and challenges of establishing a zero-injury workplace culture within your workplace
- Strategy and scorecards to determine if you are doing it right
- Plant Managers
- Plant Foremen
- Safety Committee Member
- Operations Managers
- Construction Foreman
- Occupational Safety Consultants
- HR Managers
- General Industry Business Owners
- Construction Business Owners
- Plant Supervisors
- Project Managers
- Safety Managers
Deidre Tate is a Certified John Maxwell Trainer, Speaker and Business Coach. Deidre's journey has included 25 years of industry experience where she’s enjoyed both domestic and international leadership roles at corporate, divisional and facility levels.
Specifically, Deidre has orchestrated business process safety improvements, environmental engineering services, Auditing and regulatory affairs for Allied-Signal (Honeywell), AstraZeneca, Syngenta (Novartis), Johnson-Matthey, PGI, Materia and Oil & Gas indutry. She also has served 3 consecutive terms on the US Coast Guard, Chemical Transportation Advisory Committee (CTAC).
Deidre holds a B.S. from Michigan State University and has completed post graduate studies in the College of Chemical Engineering at Wayne State University where she received Certification in Hazardous Waste Management.