Effective Safety Programs – Sustaining your focus and Safety Culture

Date: Wednesday April 27th, 2016, 8:00 Check-In, 8:30 Program Start
End: Noon + Lunch
Registration Closing Date: Tuesday April 26th, 2016
Location: Tulalip Resort and Casino, 10200 Quil Ceda Blvd,
Tulalip, WA 98271

8:30 AM – Improving Safety, Quality, and Performance using Critical Error Reduction Techniques

Learn four techniques that will help your organization not only improve safety, but also Quality, Production, and Overall Performance. Hear from Kristi Richards, Two Time Olympic Athlete, how using these techniques improved her athletic performance, and can help your employees and organization raise safety performance to the next level.

Larry Wilson, Vice President, SafeStart
Kristi Richards, Canadian Olympic Athlete & Sr. Consultant & Trainer, SafeStart

9:45 AM – The Eleven Practices that Separate Companies who sustain World-Class Safety Performance

What sets the best safety performers apart? How do they consistently sustain outcomes others struggle to reach? This presentation explores the defining practices that distinguish organizations fluctuating from mediocre to good performance, from those that achieve best-in-the-world performance and sustain it regardless of the challenges they face.

James B Spigener, Sr. Vice President, Dekra Insight

11:00 AM – Reaching beyond NFPA70e Guidelines to build a more robust Electrical Safety Program

Following the NFPA70e Guidelines helps insure that electrical workers are protected from electrical hazards. These OSHA governed requirements from the NFPA provide the baseline for electrical employee safety. Learn the key requirements, and how Olsson Industrial Electric embraces these standards as part of their robust, industry leading, safety program.

Marty Stoddard, Sr. Vice President & Chief Engineer, Olsson industrial Electric

Sponsor:
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ABC Member: $49
AGC Member: $49
Student: $29

General Admission Ticket: $79