A meeting of safety professionals from across the country to discover the latest on regulatory updates, new tactics for safety management and OSHA compliance strategies to improve operational efficiency and reduce the risk of costly injuries.
With OSHA fines rising almost 80% at the end of this year, 2017 will be a critical year to focus on improving the efficacy of workplace safety initiatives to protect your workforce and your bottom line.
EHS professionals are advised to solidify plans now to attend the 2017 Safety Summit in Austin, Texas. As one of the top-rated conferences in the nation with the greatest ROI, the Summit sold out last year, so get your ticket while they last!
Safety Summit 2017 is a 3-day, action packed event to get your organization up to speed on the latest workplace safety regulations and management trends. Led by the nation’s top safety experts, attendees can expect to take home practical, peer-proven tactics for meeting safety initiatives and complying with new and changing rules.
According to OSHA, developing a strong safety culture has the single greatest impact on incident reduction in any process. Learn how to fortify your culture to save time, money, and costly legal headaches.
Safety Culture 2017 is the nation’s most targeted event on safety culture improvement to increase engagement, strengthen compliance, and create more alignment between staff and safety initiatives. This conference pulls together best practices from safety experts, regulators, practitioners, and decision-makers across various industries to create a rock-solid blueprint for building a productive, proactive, sustainable safety culture that will lead to better business success and a safer work environment.
You will learn how to:
- Align management and supervisors by establishing a shared vision of safety and health objectives
- Implement processes that creates more accountability for safety compliance
- Evaluate and fine-tune incentives & disciplinary systems to ensure maximum effectiveness
- Define safety responsibilities across your organization
- Restructure your safety committee model to allow it to function at peak performance
- Optimize reporting, hazard tracking and other measurement metrics
- Implement proven encouragement models to engage workers in safety training
- Build essential leadership skills