1.0 Type II CE Credit
This presentation was filmed at the 2015 Behavior Safety Now Conference
About the presentation:
Traditional safety management initiatives all share the goal of achieving high levels of safety performance. However, despite a long history of behavioral technology achieving results, in the safety realm, this proven methodology is often viewed as something separate from traditional safety initiatives. It’s not! Whether you are talking about improving employee engagement, safety leadership skills, proactive solutions, or something else, it’s all about behavior! Join the industry’s most innovative thinkers in exploring how behavioral technology can help you achieve and sustain a high level of safety performance. This interactive panel discussion and Q and A session was recorded at the 2015 Behavior Safety Now Conference.
Learning Objectives. You will be able to:
- Identify how to get management to invest both money and time to ensure safety programs succeed.
- Identify how to encourage a supervisor to take into account employee morale along with safety training.
- Identify the top pitfalls the experts would identify within any BBS program.
About the presenter:
Dave Johnson has been chief editor of industrial Safety & Hygiene News magazine since 1980, back in the days when Ronald Reagan was trying to stomp out OSHA. His first interview was with an official of the American Conservative Union’s “STOP OSHA” campaign in a Washington office.
Dave has gone on create ISHN’s White Paper reader survey on the State of the EHS Nation, ISHN’s web site in 1995, and has written articles and commentaries for more than 400 issues of ISHN. Dave has a degree in magazine journalism from Ohio University.