Apr 19

Sheraton North Houston

HIGH-IMPACT ACCIDENT REDUCTION Supervisors are in a position to influence worker safety either for good or otherwise. Most supervisors don't have the latest training and tools for coaching workers to perform their jobs safely. This training leverages a supervisors' position and influence to make significant gains in accident reductions. WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION This seminar will teach your trainer how to teach supervisors to become effective safety coaches. Your supervisors will learn how to focus workers on the most effective accident-prevention strategies, discover and manage influences on workplace behaviors, measure the progress of cultural changes, and coach and counsel effectively to address safety-related behavioral issues with workers. The use of these skills will not only greatly improve safety, but more importantly, will make supervisors more effective in all their dealings with workers and with each other. LEARNING OBJECTIVES Better understand and appreciate worker actions through behavioral analysis Identify the factors that influence workplace decisions and learn how to change them Differentiate between policing and coaching opportunities in safety Clearly distinguish work behaviors with low probability risks Focus employees on behavioral precautions that are highly effective and within their power to control Choose the best form of feedback to shape behaviors Motivate employees to encourage superior performance through positive feedback Coach employees effectively to change unsafe or at-risk behaviors Align leadership coaching with progressive discipline when needed Synergize leadership coaching with employee-driven processes without conflict or redundancy Evaluate the training effectiveness Measure improvement and progress