The True ROI of Safety - Building the Case for Greater Safety Investment

Investing in safety is too often a reactive process taken only after incidents or fatalities have already occurred. This webinar addresses how to get buy-in from your organization’s executives by showing the true ROI of safety.

We're combining the collective knowledge of four industry experts to give you the tools on how to make the case for safety. 
 
During the session, these speakers will identify and detail a practical methodology to approach high-reliability safety for your own organization. Including how this methodology addresses emerging threats.  In addition, you'll learn how to advance safety discussions in your organization by utilizing the fundamentals of Human and Organizational Performance (HOP). Lastly, you'll discover how safety drives profitability and how culture drives safety. 

With more than 4 decades of cumulative experience, this is one session you won't want to miss. Register today
 
Walk away from this webinar armed with:

  • The formula to calculate the true cost of injuries to your business
  • Fundamental understanding of HOP
  • Mastery of the consequences and risks your organization avoids by investing in safety proactively
  • Talking points to share with your organization’s executives and finance department to improve safety offensively
     

Register below for this free webinar!
DATE
: June 1, 2022
TIME
: 2:00PM ET - 1:00PM CT - 11:00AM PT

Speaker:

Bill SimsBill Sims- Bill Sims, Founder of Beyond Zero Injuries, President of The Bill Sims Company, world-renowned keynote and leadership speaker, and author of the book, “Green Beans and Ice Cream: The Remarkable Power of Positive Reinforcement.” For more than 40 years, he has led his namesake company, The Bill Sims Company; the organization has helped more than 1,000 companies of varying sizes to inspire greater employee performance and improve profits with behavior-based recognition programs.
 
Cory WordenCory Worden
- Cory Worden, Ph.D. ABD, M.S., CSHM, CSP, CHSP, ARM, REM, CESCO, has over 16 years of experience in safety. He is currently the Safety Advisor for the City of Houston Health Department and has published nine books. His work has been published by ASSP AOHP, ISHN, EHS Today, ISHM and more. Cory was the 2014 ISHM Safety Professional of the Year, a 2015 National Safety Council Rising Star of Safety, the 2016 ASSP Healthcare Practice Specialty Safety Professional of the Year, the 2017 AOHP National Extraordinary Member, the 2018 AOHP Extraordinary Services Award recipient and a 2020 Houston Health Department Excellence in Community Service Recipient along with numerous military medals and awards. Worden has presented for ASSP, the National Safety Council, AOHP, the College of the Mainland’s Gulf Coast Safety Institute, and many more. 
 
Kevin LombardoKevin Lombardo
- Kevin Lombardo is president, CEO, Board of Directors and Owner of Dorn Companies, wellness-based pain management and early intervention/prevention, evidence-based, specialty provider that helps reduce employers’ costs. He has vast experience in Environment, Health and Safety, Injury Prevention, Wellness, Safety, Technology, and Remote Workforces. His expertise includes safety excellence, operational improvements, technology implementation, strategy, leadership and more.

Scott DebowScott DeBow- Scott DeBow, CSP, ARM, currently serves as Principal for Avetta, the leading provider of supply chain risk management software. He is a highly collaborative, strategic thinker and operator with 19 years of progressive leadership in the realm of Risk/Occupational Safety. With an ‘inside-out’ perspective as a safety professional in non-traditional employment settings, he sees tremendous opportunity for systems improvements that can work together to reliably create and maintain safer work environments. Working to align people, teams, and industry resources for safety within the joint-employer community, he devotes much of his time developing safety leadership across organizations with a targeted emphasis on systems improvements to address the most critical type of risk far too easily overlooked SIF (Serious Injury/Fatality)

Date: Jun 01, 2022

Time: 2:00 PM ET

Duration: 1 Hour


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