Re-engineering your current safety management program and the addition of a safety management system can significantly energize your safety performance. To get you started, we have assembled leading authorities on OSH system re-engineering and implementation of safety management systems for this symposium. Join us in Denver and follow these steps to better safety performance.
1 Consider Future of Safety
2 Determine What Needs to Change
3 Ideas for the Next OSH Iteration
4 Power-Up Your System With a Standard
5 Sell Your System to Leadership
ENERGIZE your safety management program and learn to:
- Employ methodology including gap analysis and risk assessment to determine what changes need to be made and the feasibility of taking these actions
- Implement new strategies and techniques for an immediate increase in the results of OSH activity
- Looking to the future, evaluate recognized safety management systems to determine the most appropriate and sustainable support for your organization
- Communicate your plans to senior leadership as a first step to align your OSH system with your organization’s business goals
- Takeaway tools and methodology from 19 sessions to add to your efforts and improve safety in your organization.
- Frank White, recognized authority for projecting future safety trends, will outline what is likely to lie ahead to help you prepare your OSH system for oncoming challenges.
- Dr. Joel Haight, Professor of Industrial Engineering , will lay out the features of the most recognized standards for OSH management to enable your selection of a safety management system.
- Dr. Marc Rosen, Professor of Engineering, will look at an industrial giant achieving and maintaining significant improvement in OSH performance.
- You will learn about the impending requirements of the 45001, what could be the most significant health safety standard in 50 years, and how it will affect your organization.
- If you have a behavior-based safety system that needs updating, this symposium will give you re-engineering ideas specific to this system.