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Safety Culture Training for Supervisors: Equip Front-Line Jobsite Leaders With Skills to Motivate and Engage Workers - On-Demand

Safety Culture Training for Supervisors: Equip Front-Line Jobsite Leaders With Skills to Motivate and Engage Workers - On-Demand

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Safety Culture Training for Supervisors: Equip Front-Line Jobsite Leaders With Skills to Motivate and Engage Workers - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.


WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn how to train supervisors to support a strong safety culture so they are consistently carrying you’re your safety mission and reducing the risk of costly OSHA fines and penalties for missteps that lead to workplace injuries.



The front-line supervisor is often the one with the most direct impact on your overall safety culture. A great supervisor can motivate and engage employees with safety efforts, while an ineffective one can allow complacency to take hold and lead to an injury-prone jobsite with frequent risky behaviors.

The efforts of the supervisor are key to reducing injuries and related lost production time, ensuring compliance with OSHA regulations, and instilling a high level of safety awareness throughout the workplace. To be effective, supervisors must possess not only the technical knowledge to identify hazards and comply with OSHA regulations, but also the soft skills to effectively lead, support, and motivate their teams. These skills require training and management support to develop.

Use this on-demand webinar that will address common questions like:

  • What is a culture of safety and the supervisor’s role in promoting that culture?
  • What is the responsibility of supervisors to support and maintain safe and healthy conditions for workers?
  • How can management teach supervisors the skills needed to promote and sustain safety culture?

After attending this webinar, you’ll be able to:

  • Identify the front-line supervisor’s impact on an organization’s safety culture
  • Recognize the core responsibilities of supervisors to support, promote, and maintain safe and healthful working conditions for employees
  • Recognize the signs of effective and ineffective supervisors
  • Provide effective training and support for supervisors to allow them to develop the “soft skills” that enhance leadership and promote a safety culture
  • Provide support for frontline supervisors to allow them to excel at engaging with their teams and strengthening your organization’s safety culture

And, as a bonus for attending, you’ll receive an additional handy resource: BLR’s Instilling Safety Awareness Meeting. 

About Your Presenter

Patrick KarolPatrick J. Karol, CSP, ARM, SMS
President 
Karol Safety Consulting, LLC

Patrick J. Karol CSP, ARM, SMS, the president of Karol Safety Consulting, LLC, began his safety career as a front-line supervisor with safety as a collateral duty and now involves advising senior leaders on strategies to reduce injury risk. His career as a full-time safety professional includes over 20 years in the corporate safety departments of two Fortune 200 companies and the Federal government.