Safety for Supervisors: How To Effectively Integrate Best Practices Into Your Front Line’s Daily Routine - on CDWhen it comes to your company’s safety program, if your front-line supervisors are not fully on board, committed, and properly trained, then your program will have limited success – at best.
But how do you get them to make safety a priority, given all the other responsibilities they have? Too often, safety at work becomes a matter of putting out fires rather than taking the everyday steps to make sure the fires don’t start in the first place.
Join us for a compelling webinar that will explain how to get your front-line managers to proactively integrate safety into their everyday routines – saving you costs, injuries, and hassles.
- Supervisors’ responsibilities under OSHA
- Why even a small amount of supervisor safety training can make a big difference at your workplace
- How to convince senior management to provide support for a formal training process
- Why a “coach/mentor” approach is superior to a “cop” approach
- How to develop a supervisory safety process curriculum - and what to what topics to include
- How to develop an effective system for safety meetings, inspections and pre-shift preparations
- Tips for getting supervisors and employees to work together to quickly identify hazards and correct them
- Steps for coaching supervisors to provide routine, constructive feedback to crew members
- The key role your supervisors play in handling OSHA inspections and defending OSHA citations
- How to track implementation, performance, and success of the programs that you have put in place
Dan Snyder provides customized environmental health and safety programs for both private and public organizations. He has worked with a variety of companies to improve safety performance at every level. As a consultant, he has assisted companies with improving safety and health programs, prepare for OSHA VPP, conduct workplace audits, conduct grant funded research to improve safety performance.