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Safety Culture Advancement in 10 (Not So) Easy Steps

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Special one-time discount (effective until April 30, 2023): Register and pay for your first OHS program course, sign up for a free webinar, and you'll qualify for $200 off your second course!

This event is part of our "Let's Talk Safety" webinar series

Everyone in the safety field is working towards the same objective—reducing workplace incidents and the associated costs and human suffering.

In fact, many companies have formally declared this intent with catchphrases for the programming such as "Zero Harm" or the "Journey to Zero". Operations and safety teams in organizations are already overloaded with responsibilities, but with the addition of these new "zero harm" goals, the management and advancement of the safety culture is being added to the list.

How are we supposed to manage safety culture along with all the other safety "hats" we're supposed to wear?

In this "how-to" webinar, the process and mechanics for advancing the safety culture in 10 (not so) easy steps will be explored. Using a case-study approach, you will learn:

  • What is safety culture, how do we measure it, and how can we advance it?
  • What are the linkages between safety culture and safety performance?
  • How can we employ a more effective business partnering arrangement to be successful?
  • What are the tools needed to achieve the necessary transformation?

If you want to meet the challenge and evolve the safety culture of your organization, there are several specific things you can do. Join presenter Glyn Jones in a webinar that is sure to entertain and educate as he discusses how to manage safety culture advancement.

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Date: April 19, 2023
Time: 2 p.m. (Atlantic) / 1 p.m. (Eastern)
Glyn Jones

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About the presenter

Glyn Jones, M.A.Sc, P.Eng, CIH, CRSP, is a partner at EHS Partnerships Ltd. in Calgary, Alberta. He is a consulting occupational health and safety professional with 35 years of experience in the field and has presented at numerous conferences. In addition to teaching in the UNB OHS program, Glyn has been teaching occupational health and safety for a number of Canadian universities for 25 years.

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