Safety Culture: Shaping Safety Behavior

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Location: NWTC Green Bay Campus
2740 W Mason St - Room: CC215 Parking Lot F
Green Bay, WI 54303

When front line leaders master a unique set of safety culture agility skills, their crews work better together, they lower hazards and injury rates, they get better results in their work, cascaded goals and major projects get done with minimal challenge, and interpersonal communications get easier. Make the sustainable shift from ruled compliance to safety culture: why shaping safe behavior is more important than ever! Are you looking for sustainable solutions to improve safety compliance and prevent accidents? Do you want to build confidence in your crews to get the job done safely (and within budget)? Research shows that an integrated approach to culture development best shapes behavior. And when it comes to a strong and protected workforce, shaping safe behavior is critical operational component.

In this seminar, we will:

  • Recognize critical areas of safety leadership impact (model the way)
  • Understand how to build crew alliance to protect against hazards on the job
  • Utilize key negotiation skills to resolve conflict efficiently
  • Practice effective communication skills on the job site
  • Learn to deal with change challenges - from resistance to resilience
  • Identify key negotiation skills to resolve conflict
  • Clarify the difference between analytical and creative thinking, and when each is most useful.
  • Promote the ability to provide problem-solving support in safety related situations

Coffee & Lunch Provided

$199.00 / person
Location: 2740 W Mason St - Room: CC215 Parking Lot F
Latitude: 44.5272643
Longitude: -88.109515
Marker Title: NWTC Green Bay Campus
Marker Tooltip: NWTC Green Bay Campus
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