This training on health and safety compliance will provide the attendees best practices for protecting new and experienced employees and contractors in hazardous industries.
Why Should You Attend:
Inexperienced workers, in the first month on the job are over four times as likely to have a lost-time incident as workers with over one year in their current job. Inexperienced employees and contractors present a challenge to managers’ and supervisors’ responsibilities to ensure ALL workers return home at the end of their shift in the same condition in which they arrived to your site.
This training will demonstrate clear, simple and cost effective actions one can take to further protect inexperienced workers as well as entire workforce, and community residents.
Areas Covered in the Webinar:
-Reasons why additional efforts must be made to protect inexperienced workers.
-Early identification of inexperienced workers.
-Visibility of inexperienced workers.
-Assigned Task Risk Level.
-Mentors and oversight.
Who Will Benefit:
-Operations and HR Managers
-Front Line Supervisors
-Health, Safety and Environmental staff
Styron Powers, VP – Safety Health Sustainability, CSP, CHMM, provides consulting services to assist companies and municipalities in making significant and sustainable improvements in workplace safety and process safety management. His client list includes multinational firms and he has developed and implemented several Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) Processes/Procedures, in: energy, transportation, manufacturing, logistics and services. Mr. Powers is a global Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) leader with twenty-five (25) years of experience at the plant, division, corporate and executive level which included BP, Exxon Mobil, Lockheed Martin and RR Donnelley. He has in-depth experience in risk/incident reduction, ensuring sustainable production, assessing business impact, and developing/implementing compliant, cost effective solutions that are owned by the business.