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Mindful Strategy Leadership: Undistracted Safety - On-Demand

Mindful Strategy Leadership: Undistracted Safety - On-Demand

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Mindful Strategy Leadership: Undistracted Safety - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.

Program Length: 1 hour


WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Discover tips and tricks for keeping your workers safe, engaged, and undistracted, and why mindfulness is your ticket to avoiding steep OSHA fines with this webinar.



The average human has about 6,000 thoughts per day, or about 50 per minute. Given the fact that we spend 8-12 hours of the 24-hour day at work, the distractions in the human brain could be taking us away from the task at hand, thus resulting in increased potential for an unsafe circumstance.

Distractions that lead to workplace injuries are not only bad for your organization's reputation, but they can also have a negative impact on your bottom line. For instance, consider OSHA's most frequently cited workplace safety standard: fall protection. In fiscal year 2021, OSHA's preliminary "top 10 list" cites 5,295 fall protection violations with a penalty of $13,653 per violation. Imagine having to pay these fines because your workers were distracted?

Join Subena Colligan, M.S., CIH, CSP, for this informative webinar to learn tips and tricks for keeping your workers safe and engaged, and why mindfulness is your ticket to avoiding steep OSHA fines.

At the conclusion of this program, participants will have learned:

  • An overview of distractions in the workplace
  • Mindlessness on the job
  • Practices to create more awareness, and
  • Strategies for distraction prevention

About Your Presenter

Subena ColliganSubena Colligan, M.S., CIH, CSP is a Health & Safety Coach and Consultant at S. Colligan Coaching. She is an Air Force Veteran, Executive Coach, and (Chair-Elect) Director for the Board for Global EHS Credentialing. She has dedicated her efforts to leadership and community outreach through inclusion, diversity, and equity related to occupational health and safety. In addition to delivering content in person, she is a blogger at SubenaColligan.com, a blog designed to relate Industrial Hygiene to daily activities.