Live Webinar: March 7, 2013, 11:00 p.m.-12:00 p.m. ET
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Near-miss reporting is a leading indicator tool that has been around for a long time, though many organizations struggle to get effective, sustainable results from a near-miss program. With this Webinar, you’ll get a fresh approach used by a major utility, a global construction company and a manufacturing facility, among others. Each firm engaged its employees and managers to develop a solution set that fit its unique safety and operations culture. All of them achieved positive, enduring culture change and measurable results. Find out how they did it! Register today!
By the end of this Webinar, participants will learn:
• Why even bother with near-miss initiatives?
• What common faults help to sink near-miss initiatives?
• How does an organization overcome these fatal faults?
• What kind of engagement in near miss is needed for each level of an organization?
• What part does database tracking have to do with near miss?
• What kind of results can an organization expect from an effective near-miss system?
Mike Williamsen, Ph.D., is a nationally recognized workplace safety consultant with more than 25 years of safety and business change management experience. His background includes serving in Engineering, Operations, and Safety Manager positions for companies such as Frito-Lay, Inc. and General Dynamics. In 1985, Mike teamed with safety author Dr. Dan Petersen for three years to develop and implement a nationwide safety accountability and continuous improvement system that helped a Fortune 20 company reduce injuries by 80% within two years. Since that time Mike has applied these and other high-impact safety principles with similar success to other Fortune 500 companies, such as General Dynamics, Baxter Healthcare, ATCO Electric, Rohm and Haas Co., and BASF.