Human performance expert Shane Bush to lead special safety workshop following conclusion of the 76th Annual Pulp & Paper Association Health & Safety Conference
Focus is on Human Performance Improvement (HPI)
Certified Human Performance Technologist Shane Bush will lead a special workshop titled, “What Works – What Doesn’t,” at the Pavilion at Hilton Palacio in San Antonio, TX, June 26 – 27. The workshop is presented in conjunction with the Pulp and Paper Safety Association’s (PPSA) 76th Annual Health & Safety Conference.
Focused on the concept of Human Performance Improvement (HPI), this highly rated workshop is designed to help attendees identify and understand when they are in an “error likely situation,” how to identify “error precursors,” and what HPI “tools” are appropriate in given situations. The workshop will be focused on companies who have been doing Human Performance for some time and want to go to the next level. While offered in conjunction with PPSA’s annual conference, the workshop is open to and designed for any industry health and safety professional.
Mr. Bush, a frequent speaker, is certified by the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI). Additionally, he serves as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Idaho facilitating graduate level courses in Behavior Based Safety, Human Performance Fundamentals and Human Error Investigation. His professional expertise includes over 15 years of experience at commercial nuclear power plants, as well as the Department of Energy.
Taking place June 23 -26 at the Marriott Riverwalk in San Antonio, TX, PPSA’s 76th Annual Health & Safety Conference offers one of the most in-depth technical programs in the industry, offering education, strategies, and critical updates for pulp and paper safety professionals across North America. Attendees can also attend rapid-fire, live demos on the latest safety developments and solutions in the innovative New Technology Showcase. Serving as the Conference Keynoter is three-time NBA Champion and former San Antonio Spurs team member, Bruce Bowen.
Visit ppsaconference.org to learn more.
In the early 1940s, a group of safety professionals gathered together to form what is now the leading industry association solely focused on safety. The Pulp and Paper Safety Association is a non-profit, non-political organization that remains devoted to safety throughout the forest products industry.