Safety Leadership Training Series

Improve your safety performance by increasing your effective safety leadership skills and be ready to meet the difficult challenges of today’s economy and business world. Safety Management Group’s Safety Leadership training courses and seminars provide numerous avenues for enhancing the qualities of positive safety leadership in you and in your team.
These Safety leadership training courses and seminars help you fulfill your potential through effective safety leadership skills training in areas like: Hazard Recognition, Safety Culture, Key Safety Tasks for Supervisors, Human Error, Risk Understanding, decision making strategies and more. All safety leadership seminars teach valuable insights, proven to work in a “real world” environment.
Register today for one of Safety Management Group’s leadership seminars on effective safety leadership skills to boost your performance every day.

Leadership Training Series (Mix and Match for Safety)
The course outlines are listed below: (All topics are 1 to 1.5 hours in length)

Lecture Topics:

1. Take 30 for Safety (Practical Hazard Recognition for safety & non-safety personal)

  • Know how to Identify Key Safety Tasks for Employees
    • Preplanning for Job Activities
    • Evaluating for Safety (Environment)
    • Inspecting for Hazards (Risk Recognition)
    • Coaching employees (Positive vs. Negative Reinforcement)
    • Properly motivating employees
  • Understanding Safety Culture
    • Principles of Safety Culture
    • Reporting Culture
    • Safety Culture vs. Illusion of Safety
    • The Human Element
  • Understanding the Supervisor’s Job\
    • Responsibilities as a Supervisor
    • Your Authority as a Supervisor
    • How a Supervisor is “Measured”
    • Using a Team Approach vs. Individual Ownership
  • Understand the Dynamics of Supervision
    • Understanding Workers
    • Theory X vs. Theory Y employees
    • Right brain vs. Left brain employees
  • Knowing how to Identify Key Safety Tasks for Supervisors
    • Investigating for Causes
    • Inspecting for Hazards (Risk Recognition)
    • Coaching employees (Positive vs. Negative Reinforcement)
    • Properly motivating employees
  • Understanding Effective Communication (Reading People for Success
    • Verbal vs. Non Verbal Communication
    • Written Communication
    • Barriers to Communication
  • Human Error…Controllable, Correctable, or Inevitable?
    • The Problem of Human Fallibility
    • Human Error Approaches (People vs. Systems)
    • Human Factors Engineering Methods
    • Error Management Control Measures
  • Understanding Risk
    • Defining Risk vs Hazard
    • Risk Myths
    • Gambling & Risk Commonalities
    • Achievability of “Zero Risk”

Specialized Training Course

The Construction Safety Boot Camp Training Program is intended to provide a variety of topics within the construction safety field. The intent of this professional program is to go beyond just employees learning the OSHA regulations, but to actually use specific skill sets needed within the construction environment to help better facilitate construction safety and health ideas. This Safety Boot Camp emphasizes how to effectively communicate and properly apply technical knowledge of the OSHA Standards to a multitude of parties.

The Construction Safety Boot Camp consists of the three primary components:

  1. Interview & Assess
    a. Personal interview and assessment of candidate
    b. 1:1 interview to understand current skill/knowledge level
    c. Establish recommended training program and outline
  2. Train & Coach
    a. Train on relevant topics as outlined in curriculum below
    b. Coach trainee in field environment
  3. Plan & Assess
    a. Establish a measurable roadmap for trainee and management
    b. Provide 1:1 mentoring as needed (on-call basis)
    c. Assess progress and recommend improvement measures and initiatives

I. Laws, Regulations, & Standards
a. State vs. Federal OSHA
b. Other Laws, Regulations, & Codes
c. Fundamental Concepts & Terms
d. Workers Compensation

II. Effective Communication
a. Verbal Communication
b. Nonverbal Communication
c. Written Communication
d. Barriers to Communication

III. Identifying Key Safety Tasks for Safety Professionals
a. Investigating for Causes
b. Inspecting for Hazards
c. Coaching
d. Motivating

IV. Practical Application of Standards
a. 1910 vs. 1926
b. Vertical and Horizontal Standards
c. Understanding Haz Identification
d. Understanding Recordkeeping

V. OSHA Inspection Process
a. Do’s and Don’t
b. Pre Inspection
c. During Inspection
d. Post Inspection

VI. Resetting Workers
a. Negative vs. positive methods
b. Employee buy-in to Solutions
c. Methods of shared learning
d. The Sins of a Safety Professional

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