Time: 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Venue: Hilton Garden Inn Phoenix Midtown
**Please note the registration will be closed 2 days (48 Hours) prior to the date of the seminar.
This seminar is about "why we do what we do" as it relates to our value system, and our core values. It explains in detail why our values drive our behavior. It covers the main agents that cause injuries in the workplace, and identifies the six injury causal factors. We discuss the various tools safety practitioners use to assess risks originating from conditions, and goes into great detail in discussing why injuries occur because of our behavior based on our value system
We cover the background data for multiple causes of human behavior, and outline the interrelated events of incident causation. The "risk chain" is discussed so that it makes sense as to why most incidents have multiple causes.
The methodology used for investigating incidents is discussed in detail, using the "root cause process.
We look at risk associated with actions/acts/behaviors by looking at what causes the behavior. Are the behaviors condition-based, value-based or is a "scotoma" the cause. Priorities are evaluated in a way the forces the safety precautions to take a seat behind "getting the job done" at the expense of those safety precautions.
We discuss what a "value system" is, what "core values" are and how they affect our decision making process in our lives. We talk about the training we get in safety and why that training has no effect in most instances, on our value system. We look at how discipline affects our value system and changes behavior.
We define at-risk behavior, at-risk condition, near-miss, near-hit, situational awareness so that these definitions become the way we stay on track when dealing with values in the workplace.
We discuss the "SH&E" tool so people use it at the workplace and at home.
We discuss the current safety pyramid and how it is used and turn it upside down and use it another way.
We identify the various "safety management systems" that must be in place in order to maximize the positive results that can be achieved from using the information in this seminar.
90% of the injuries sustained are caused by the following agents:
Five out of the six injury causal factors are directly related to - Human Caused events based on the lack of understanding of:
The sixth causal factor is directly related to Technological caused events
This seminar shows us how to recognize these risks, how to eliminate them or how to minimize them to an acceptable level of safeness
The areas covered in this seminar are:
Examine at-risk behavior, at-risk conditions, near-miss, near-hit, & situational awareness
Discussion of the SEE tool and how to use it
Discussion of the safety pyramid and how it is misleading
Safety management systems and how they work
|1||2 Attendees||10% off|
|2||3 to 6 Attendees||20% off|
|3||7 to 10 Attendees||25% off|
|4||10+ Attendees||30% off|
To avail the above group discounts, all the participants should register by making a single payment
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Dr. James J. Thatcher the owner and President of Global Safety Solutions, LLC, headquartered in Divide, Colorado. Dr. Thatcher has 35 years of experience in the Oil and Gas, Metals/Minerals and Chemical industry, with management positions in engineering, operations, human resources, safety, health and environment, as well as training and security.
He has a MS in mechanical engineering, and a Ph.D. in psychology/organizational development. He has had many articles published in the Occupational Hazards Magazine, the VPP Leadership Magazine, IADC driller magazine, and through several organizations such as the National Safety Management Society and the World Safety Organization. He has presented at many seminars, summits, conferences, and association meetings for many years.
He is listed as an expert witness for operational as well as safety, health, environmental, training and security issues in the Oil and Gas industry and the mining, minerals and chemical industry. He is recognized in the Safety, Health, Environmental, Training and Security disciplines as an expert in these fields. He was the president of the National Safety Management Society for two terms, and is on their board of directors. He is closely associated with the World Safety Association, and is listed in the United Nations directory as an expert in the field of safety, health, training and security. He was the President of Technical Safety and Training Solutions, Incorporated, and consulted in the United States, Europe and South America.