REThinking Hand Safety - How to Build an Effective Hand Safety Program

Around the globe, hand injuries are the number one preventable industrial accident— in manufacturing, construction, oil & gas, you name it. So, if they’re preventable, why are hand injuries so common? And how have some companies reduced their hand injuries by 50, even 90 percent? In this webinar, Joe Geng, author of the best-selling hand safety book REThinking Hand Safety, will share what he’s learned from a lifetime of hand safety work and research.  
Joe will cover key topics from his book, including what the most and least successful hand safety programs have in common, practical tips for building a hand safety program that works, and how to achieve team buy-in.

  • Learn what the most and least successful hand safety programs have in common
  • Get practical tips to build a hand safety program that reduces injuries
  • Understand how to get team buy-in on your hand safety program
  •  Ask your hand safety questions live – Joe Geng will answer as many as possible in allotted time

Register below for this free webinar!
: April 21, 2021
: 2:00PM ET - 1:00PM CT - 11:00AM PT


Joe Geng - Vice President at Superior Glove
Joe grew up among the tanneries of Canada helping his father make gloves, and he has spent his entire life studying industrial hand safety, overseeing glove R&D, and consulting with leading companies like Toyota, Honda, SpaceX, General Motors, Bombardier Aircraft, and Shell Oil. He serves as Vice President at Superior Glove, a family business considered one of the world’s most innovative and disruptive glove manufacturers.

Joe holds degrees from Trinity Western University and attended Reutlingen leather school in Germany, which he describes as the “Hogwarts of leather making.” Joe lives in Ontario, Canada, with his wife and three children. 

Duration: 1 Hour

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