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“How A Split-Second Decision Can Change Your Life”

“Accidents don’t happen to me. Accidents happen to someone else.” With the audience on the edge of their seats, Chad drives home the importance of following safety procedures. Everyone wakes-up to the high cost of an accident not only to themselves, but to their family.

Participants will learn:
-Understand cost of injuries to them
-Realize importance of complying with policy
-Recognize responsibility for their own safety
-Visualize how their lives would change
-Learn to encourage safety among fellow workers
-Leave with a lasting impression

 

“Why Personal Responsibility Is A Matter Of Life And Death”

Who is responsible for workplace safety? Executives, supervisors, safety department staff, or you? Participants learn the critical importance of taking personal responsibility for safety. If you want to create an environment of trust where everyone is responsible for safety, this program is for you!

Participants will learn:

-Why people get hurt and damages occur
-Where hazards come from
– How to recognize hazards
– What to do to control a hazard
– When to practice hazard recognition and control

 

“Safety is Not Just 9-5”

Do you wonder how to build an environment where everyone has safety on their minds, where safety is a natural part of the day-to-day thought process? Participants begin to view safety in a different way because they understand their personal accountability. This program challenges everyone to develop and maintain a safety mindset, the mindset of a safety professional, whether in the workplace or at home. At work or at home it is hard to stop and take the time to do an activity safely unless we consider the possible outcome. If we are:

– Not wearing your seatbelt can have devastating results
– Leaving your safety mind at work can paralyze you
– Leaving something wet can cause a co-worker to slip and fall
– Tripping and falling down the stairs can put you in a wheel chair the rest of your life

Participants will learn:

Your attendees will share a new respect for safety procedures, and gain an understanding of developing a 24/7 Safety Attitude

 

“Target Zero”-The Original

A risk-free environment will never exist. Therefore, employees must be self-motivated to develop a “personal safety culture” to reduce accidents. This content filled presentation is fun, lively, entertaining and highly interactive. The message will enable attendees to become self-motivated and embrace safety as a personal value to improve the quality of their lives. After hearing this message, unsafe behaviors are reduced and attendees practice “Safety 24/7.”

Participants will learn:
-If you notice a dangerous situation you need to fix it
-That safety should be a 24 hour concern
-Any small accident can effect your future

 

 

“In A Hurry?”

What would you do if you found yourself trapped under 2,000 pounds? Chad shares his personal account of how his life changed in an instant because he was in a hurry. How taking short cuts can change your life and the life of the ones you love.

Hurry is the most common cause of injuries I have reviewed, investigated and advised on. Hurry is the reason we forgot to “follow the safety procedure.” Hurry is the reason we:

– Break the speed limit driving to the safety meeting
– Skip a pre-op
– Walk past something spilled and think, “somebody should clean that up”
– Fall off of ladders

 

We hurry when we are trying to catch up. Feeling rushed takes up space in your brain and can lead to a mistake. Being late on jobs continually may mean you are continually late getting started (imagine that). Some people feel rushed because the boss has pushed the deadline for a job up and now it sounds like he or she is telling you to hurry up even though it may mean that you get hurt, but that’s not true. Schedules get pushed up for many reasons, but when it comes to doing a safe and quality job, the ‘squeezed’ deadline might not be met. The reality of hurrying through any job is that it leads to mistakes. Mistakes lead to injuries and an inferior product.

 

Are you A Rescuer Or A Responder?

A risk-free environment will never exist. Therefore, employees must be self-motivated to develop a “personal safety culture” to reduce accidents. This content filled presentation is fun, lively, entertaining and highly interactive. The message will enable attendees to become self-motivated and embrace safety as a personal value to improve the quality of their lives. Who is responsible for workplace safety? Executives, supervisors, safety department staff, or you? Participants learn the critical importance of taking personal responsibility for safety. If you want to create an environment of trust where everyone is responsible for safety, this program is for you!

What participants will learn:
– Leadership is demonstrated, not announced in a zero harm culture
– Must give way to fear of communication
– This is what ‘standing up’ looks like