Continuous Improvement & Task-Based Risk Assessment: How To Successfully Apply the Process to All Aspects of Your Safety Program - on CDIf you’re like most safety managers, when you hear the term “continuous improvement,” you assume the process is applicable only to manufacturing environments.
But the idea of continuous improvement can actually be an excellent way to move your safety program to a higher level, regardless of what specific industry you’re in.
Join us for an in-depth webinar on March 12 all about taking your safety program to the next level with continuous improvement. You’ll learn:
- The concept and primary definitions of “continuous improvement” from a practical perspective – including real-life success stories
- How the process works, start to finish, using lockout-tagout as an example
- The key components of a continuous improvement process: plan, do, check, and act
- Why task-based risk assessment can it be used as an effective approach for addressing safety challenges
- The importance of starting small by using targeted pilot projects before expanding the process
- How to take full advantage of the participation and involvement of employees (and, where applicable, unions) in order to increase the likelihood of success
- Why is it critical to plan for course correction as your process unfolds
- Tips for training management, engineers, manufacturing staff, supervisors, and employees in the process in order to increase the overall value and benefit
Mike Taubitz spent many years in top positions at General Motors, including stints as Global Safety Director, Founder and Manger of GM’s Engineering for Health and Safety function and Global Regulatory Liaison. He has a strong interest in lean manufacturing and its relationship to safety and in sustainability. Taubitz assists clients in creating efficient and effective safety programs, especially in manufacturing environments.