Zero-Injury Workplace Culture vs. Safety Culture

Deidre Tate

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Creating a safety culture in the workplace takes time, patience, and is often a multi-year process. This training program will examine how organizations need to transition from the existing zero injury workplace culture to a more safety oriented culture. In the process, it will examine the pros and cons behind each process and also offer best practices to determine whether you are doing it right.

Why Should You Attend:

This webinar will focus on evolving from a zero incident workplace culture within any organization to a more safety-oriented culture. It will discuss the pros and cons of a implementing a zero incident workplace culture and describe how to determine if you are doing it right.

The session will also discuss how a zero injury workplace safety culture consists of shared beliefs, practices, and attitudes that exist within an organization. An organization’s safety culture is the result of a number of factors that include, but not limited to:

  • Management and employee norms, assumptions and beliefs;
  • Management and employee attitudes;
  • Values, myths, stories;
  • Policies and procedures;
  • Supervisor priorities, responsibilities and accountability;
  • Production and bottom line pressures vs. quality issues;
  • Actions or lack of action to correct unsafe behaviors;
  • Employee training and motivation; and
  • Employee involvement or "buy-in."

Creating this culture takes time, patience and dedicated resources. It is frequently a multi-year process. A series of continuous process improvement steps can be followed to create a safety culture. Employer and employee commitment are hallmarks of a true safety culture where safety is an integral part of daily operations.

Learning Objectives:

  • Explain what it means to have a ‘zero incident workplace culture’ on site.
  • Identify the 4 phases of the safety maturity curve process.
  • Discuss employee and employee rights and responsibilities at each step of the safety maturity curve.
  • Explain the benefits and challenges of sustaining a zero injury workplace safety culture in the workplace.
  • Identify successful strategies for incorporating zero injury culture and maintaining scorecards to determine if it is successful.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • Definition of a zero injury workplace safety culture.
  • The 4 phases of a safety maturity curve process toward zero injuries.
  • Roles and responsibilities within the 4 phases of a safety maturity curve.
  • Benefits and challenges of establishing a zero injury workplace culture within your workplace.
  • Strategy and scorecards to determine if you are doing it right.

Who Will Benefit:

  • Plant Managers
  • Plant Foremen
  • Safety Committee Member
  • Engineers
  • Operations Managers
  • Construction Foreman
  • Occupational Safety Consultants
  • HR Managers
  • General Industry Business Owners
  • Construction Business Owners
  • Plant Supervisors
  • Subcontractors
  • Project Managers
  • Safety Managers
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Speaker: Deidre Tate,

Ms. Tate is a Project Director at Pinnacle Enterprise Group and has brought over two decades of experience in the design and execution of environmental, health, safety and regulatory compliance programs to Pinnacle. Prior to joining Pinnacle she enjoyed leadership roles at the corporate, divisional and facility levels. Specifically, Deidre has transformed underperforming safety cultures and environmental compliance programs for multinational companies within Automotive, Chemical, Oil & Gas and Pharmaceutical Manufacturing. Deidre is an experienced Process Safety Specialist and has conducted over 100 audits domestically and internationally as a lead auditor. She has also successfully implemented PSM/RMP, Responsible Care, VPP and CFATS at multiple facilities. Deidre served three consecutive appointments by the Dept. of Homeland Security to the U.S. Coast Guard Chemical Transportation Committee and two terms on the Board of Environmental Studies at Elon University. As part of the Pinnacle team, Deidre applies her EHS subject matter expertise to compliance auditing, program development and helping clients achieve ISO 14001, RC 14001 and VPP certifications. Deidre holds a B.S. from Michigan State University and has completed post graduate studies in the College of Chemical Engineering at Wayne State University.


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