Is a goal of zero safety incidents an achievable objective or just an unreachable ideal? Some experts say it's so unrealistic, pursuing it actually does more harm than good by demoralizing employees and eroding management credibility. Others believe that anything less demonstrates that the employer isn't serious about safety and is unwilling to lead a world-class safety program.
Take part in this revealing and informative webinar to get a clear sense of all of the facts, realities, and possibilities…so you can make an informed decision and chose a path forward.
- Arguments in the ongoing zero incident safety culture debate
- Historical Injury and Illness Prevention Program (I2P2) activity at the state level
- Recent Fed-OSHA positions and plans on the I2P2 process
- What would an I2P2 standard actually look like and include
- How the 6 keys of an effective I2P2 implementation work together:
- Management and leadership
- Worker participation
- Hazard identification and assessment
- Hazard prevention and control
- Education and training
- Program evaluation and improvement
- What each key requires of participants in your organization
- How to use case studies and best practices reports to implement each of the keys.
- How to use Fed-OSHA Global Harmonization Standard, Injury and Illness Data Collection Modernization, Whistleblowing Initiatives, and Safety Incentives to support a Zero Incident Safety Culture
- Where to find additional resources to assist in moving a safety program towards a Zero Incident Safety Culture.
In just 90 minutes, learn how to assess the feasibility of an zero incident culture. Register now for this informative event risk-free.
About your Speakers:
Chuck Haling is Vice President at MSDSonline, a leading provider of on-demand compliance solutions for managing MSDSs, workplace incident reporting and other critical information for EH&S professionals. Mr. Haling speaks at numerous industry events across the country, including VPPPA conferences. He has more than 15 years of high-level strategic management experience, having led sales and marketing operations for premier companies such as W.W. Grainger, Baer Supply Company, Chelsea &Scott and Intertractor America Corporation. Mr. Haling graduated from Columbia University with a degree in Business Administration and holds an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.