Discover new perspectives to pressing safety problems and improve your approach to human error.
Safety and the Supervisor: Developing Frontline Leadership Skills to Improve Safety
Supervisors are the bridge between organizational directives and on-the-ground operations. Their skills and knowledge are critical to a seamless flow of information in both directions and to their organization's safety success. This webinar offers EHS managers and company executives actionable advice on improving safety through leveraging the role of frontline leaders.
Focus on Distraction to Improve Safety Outcomes
Distraction is the underlying cause of most incidents. Learn how human factors training can help manage the states of mind that contribute to distraction and help prevent any related incidents in this short webinar.
Using a Human Factors Framework for Safety and Operational Excellence
It can be hard to see the connection between safety, productivity, human factors and organizational systems. This webinar will demonstrate how a human factors framework can impact all areas of an organization, linking individual worker safety and organizational systems and provide an outline that allows leadership to manage safety-focused change.
Why People Don’t Wear PPE and How to Get Them to Start
There are a number of excuses that employees give for not wearing their PPE, but what happens when the excuses aren’t just excuses? This short webinar identifies some of the reasons PPE fails, provides solutions to getting employees to wear it, and outlines the essential elements of a PPE program.
Life-Saving Leadership Gravity
Employee engagement is pivotal in a good culture of safety the same way gravity keeps the solar system in orbit around the sun. This webinar will show you how to make safety engagement as natural as gravity with strategies that leaders can use to build a higher performing, safer organization.
Reducing Serious Injuries and Fatalities: Three Influence Approaches and Their Effectiveness
Over the past decade, recordable injury rates have declined while serious injuries and fatalities (SIFs) rates have plateaued or increased. We’ll look at different strategies for improving the safety performance metric and discuss the skills and knowledge required to stay safe in any setting.
Safety Spillover: The Science of Workplace Attitude
Emotions and attitudes are contagious. When it comes to health and safety, employers need to create a workplace that fosters positive attitudes and reduces the amount of negative crossover and spillover. Especially where experiences on the job influence workplace operations, culture, productivity, loyalty, the bottom line and even workers’ family lives.
An Expert Look at Employee Engagement and Safety
Without employee engagement, even compliance can be hard to achieve. This webinar, with insight from experts, was created to help busy professionals find the right approach to increase engagement in safety. The accompanying resources aim to help you apply this new knowledge and continue learning about the subject.
Dead Tired: What Every Company Must Know About Fatigue
Fatigue is one of the most significant issues that companies face in every industry, as it affects safety, quality and productivity. Workers aren’t just tired—they’re dangerously impaired. This presentation will help you develop a plan to manage fatigue both corporately and individually.
Humor in Safety
Safety presentations can be yawn-inducing torture—but they don’t have to be. Humor in Safety helps you make safety training more effective with practical tips on the importance of storytelling, how to be more relatable and reframing the training topic to make it more engaging.
Slips, Trips and Falls: Balancing Human and Physical Causes
Are you overlooking hidden risk factors of slips, trips and falls? Do you know how to reduce inattention blindness? This presentation covers most common elements missing from the majority of slip, trip and fall prevention efforts—and lets you know what you can do to keep workers on their feet.