Taking Your Safety Culture to The Next Level with Values Based Safety® Webinar


The last century has brought amazing breakthroughs in how organizations manage safety and reduce incidents. However, despite more training programs, signs, job-aids, procedures, and policies, people are still getting hurt. When we analyze these incidents it is often clear that someone could have done something to prevent or lessen the severity of the incident. This is our opportunity! Organizations can significantly reduce their incidents by implementing systems designed to increase the consistency of safe practices – Values Based Safety®.

What is Behavior Based Safety and what does it mean to an organization? Join us for this informative 45 minute webinar. If you are just embarking upon or are currently in the initial stages of this type of safety process, you will learn the core components of Values Based Safety® and the steps involved in its implementation.

This webinar is designed for individuals interested in using the topic information in their organizations. Providers of consulting services may not attend.

How a BBS Process Can Drift Over Time and How to Reboot Webinar


Behavior-Based Safety processes are sophisticated initiatives with numerous key elements that include voluntary observations, observation checklists, one or more steering committees, observation data analysis, individual and group recognition for observers, safety action plans for improvement of safe behavior, and so forth. It is possible that, over time, these elements may drift away from their original design. This can lead to reduced participation and fewer observations, and have a suboptimal effect on safe behaviors.  

What are common ways that a BBS process can drift, and how can you reinvigorate and reboot your BBS process? Join us for this informative 45-minute webinar. You will learn how to assess your BBS process to spot elements that may have drifted, how to decide if you need a minor or major reboot, and how to design a BBS rebooting plan.

This webinar is designed for individuals interested in using the topic information in their organizations. Providers of consulting services may not attend.

Sustaining Incident-Free Operations in High Risk Environments


The catastrophic consequences of serious incidents make it critical to act in the opportunity stage rather than during the aftermath of a serious incident. Prevention is key! By merging proven performance management principles and sound risk management practices, breakthrough levels of improvement in the prevention of serious incidents and fatalities are possible.

Please join us for a discussion of a systematic, straightforward model for developing and implementing an effective Serious Incident Prevention process from pinpointing key process improvement needs and critical performances to creating systems to ensure those critical performances happen consistently.

Employee Engagement in Hazard Recognition and Mitigation

  • Do your employees accurately identify hazards during safety training but not attend to them in the workplace?
  • Do your employees focus on the task at hand to the exclusion of imminent hazards?
  • Do your employees regularly ensure that their associates are aware of workplace hazards in real time?
  • Do you have a process of continuous improvement focused on reducing the frequency of your employees’ exposure to workplace hazards?

Some organizations have strong safety practices but are challenged getting employees to recognize and react to hazards in the workplace. Join us for this informative webinar to learn about creating a hazard recognition process that creates employee engagement and ownership in reducing hazards.

Visible Safety Leadership Webinar


Strong leaders are critical for sustained injury and fatality prevention at all organizational levels.

Through what they do and what they choose to focus on, leaders shape the culture that drives performance, and influence the systems and processes that create safety outcomes. The result is world-class safety performance that drives operational excellence.

Visible Safety Leadership ensures a more consistent level of attention to safety, builds supervisors’ and managers’ commitment to safety, and creates better accountability at each level of the organization. Join us for this informative 45 minute webinar to learn more.

This webinar is designed for individuals interested in using the topic information in their organizations. Providers of consulting services may not attend.

Leading Successful Employee Engagement Webinar


In today’s organizations, employee engagement isn’t just nice-to-have, it’s a key driver of business success. Gallup reports that work units that score high on employee engagement in their organizations, when compared with those that score low, have nearly double the success in performance.

In Gallup’s latest report, only one-third of the American workforce is engaged. Sixteen percent are miserable and actively disengaged. The remaining 51% are the disinterested unengaged. Just 21% strongly agree that their performance is managed in a way motivates them to do outstanding work.

How exactly does an organization create and sustain employee engagement? What leadership skills manage employees in a positive style that bonds them to the organization and brings out their best behavior? Join Quality Safety Edge for this informative 45-minute webinar. You will learn, not buzzwords and vague concepts, but practical, proven relationship skills that help employees thrive and perform in a positive, connected work environment.

How to Increase Engagement in Your Quality Initiative


Quality-related initiatives such as Six Sigma, Lean, and Operational Excellence can potentially add huge value to performance. But leaders often discover that the “people side” of quality is the most important, and the hardest. They wish for more ownership of quality and a “want-to” culture. Initial gains fade, and they find themselves re-training, re-emphasizing, and re-invigorating. They want stronger quality habits, more process adherence, and more engagement.

The missing ingredient is the behavior-based approach. Behavioral Quality Improvement applies the science of behavior to quality. Quality processes can be maximally effective—more engagement and sustained gains—when they are supplemented with Behavioral Quality Improvement. How can you spot if your quality initiative has a behavioral “blind spot”? How can you enhance your quality initiative by building in behavior-based practices?

Join Quality Safety Edge for this informative 45-minute webinar. You will learn how to increase engagement in your quality process, sustain the effort, and take it to the next level.

Behavioral Safety Steps for Supervisors®


How does your organization try to improve supervisor leadership skills?

There are workshops and seminars that propose to improve supervisor safety leadership skills and some also claim to improve employee engagement in safety. Trainers try to present information in an entertaining manner or use creative techniques to keep workshop participants awake. The problem is that conventional workshops, seminars, and training all are unable to create sustainable, organization-wide behavior change that leads to performance improvement. The workshop approach misses the many consistent small steps required and the necessary formation of supervisor-employee relationships. The workshop approach cannot provide the teamwork, the rehearsal required for safety fluency, the discovery of insights, and the personal level of effort required to create new value-added behavior.

Bob Foxworthy has over 40 years of experience working in organizations to produce high performance safety supervision. He has developed a change and improvement process that successfully transforms supervisors into safety leaders capable of engaging employees in safety. His upcoming webinar will explain his new approach to supervisory learning and change.

Behavioral Safety Steps for Supervisors® develops leaders with skills in:

  1. Employee engagement, building stronger supervisor-employee relationships
  2. Fluently recognizing and anticipating safety risks
  3. Stimulating employee learning discussions
  4. Building teamwork to reduce or remove risks and hazards
  5. Improving workplace safety using Behavioral Methods

Interested? There is much more.

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