Typical Topics.

The actual topics for each group's meeting are driven by the members themselves but here are some examples.

    Safety group management.
  • Benchmarking with other external safety teams
  • Managing and getting the most of safety staff
  • Strategies for effective safety program management

    Safety Best Practices Exchange.
  • Implementation of safety and loss-control activities
  • Process safety management evaluation
  • Predicting and mitigating risk
  • Incident management as a pillar of proactive safety management
  • Safety communications for high-level awareness
  • Driving safety change
  • Implementing an integrated health, safety and wellness program
  • How to sell safety to difficult employees and manager

    Leveraging the latest technologies and methods.
  • Effective safety training
  • Get to the bottom of the problem with root-cause analysis
  • Candid experiences with safety and incident tracking systems

    Organizational structure.
  • Operational system design
  • Safety process, procedures and best practices
  • Engaging with senior leaders
  • Managing in a resource-constrained world
  • Building a culture of safety
  • Workplace safety and business continuity

  • What am I worth? Delivering value and realizing gains.
  • Best incentives to motivate safety and key staff.

    Plus hundreds of more practical solutions....
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