As fast as your organization runs, you may think that it would be impossible to shift your organization’s safety strategy. That is, until a failed inspection, a serious injury, or worse yet, a death on the job hits your organization. Everything comes grinding to a halt.
Yes, implementing an effective safety management system takes work, takes commitment, and takes time. Yet with the right processes and people on board, the implementation can go smoothly and operation will provide you gains in productivity, profitability, and engagement—your Return on Safety™.
If you’re looking to maximize this Return on Safety, we would like to invite you to an upcoming Metals Service Center Institute (MSCI) webcast on building a safety management that fits into your fast-paced workplace environment.
MSCI Webcast: Taking a Team Approach to Safety—November 19, 2015
This upcoming webcast, Taking a Team Approach to Safety, will demonstrate the first steps in implementing all elements of an effective safety management system—no matter how fast-paced the workplace environment.
Taking a Team Approach to Safety will feature Optimum Safety Management President, Founder, and Safety Leader Steve Yates, CHST, who will introduce you to the basics and first steps in developing a culture of safety.
With two different times to fit your schedule, Taking a Team Approach to Safety will take place on November 19, 2015, morning session from 10:00-11:00 AM CST, and afternoon session from 2:00-3:00 PM CST.
Taking a Team Approach to Safety Morning Session: 11/19/15 10:00 to 11:00 AM CST
Taking a Team Approach to Safety Morning Session: 11/19/15 2:00 to 3:00 PM CST
Optimum Safety Management has long helped organizations in the metals industry to maximize their Return on Safety™, the gains in productivity, engagement, and profitability that come with an effective safety management system.
Can’t make either session? Register for Optimum’s Safety Scoop Newsletter and receive the recording of this webcast after it happens.