What’s in it for you?
In construction and general industry, it is essential to invest in safety training that does more than point out
obvious hazards. Safety training should be ingrained and used by everyone every day.
Effective safety training ensures the following:
Fewer on-site accidents and injuries
Steer clear of potential lawsuits
Avoids rising insurance costs
Helps prevent damage
to equipment and property
A Safer Workplace Starts
With Captivating Safety Training
Ignoring safety procedures is potentially lethal. The danger starts with ignoring safety training.
Not everyone likes rules, but everybody loves a good story.
Safety speaker John Hale, who is a longtime construction and general industry safety manager, gets through to your team with stories that are engaging, light-hearted, and most importantly, memorable.
He helps managers and workers on teams that operate in high-risk work environments capture the vision of a zero-injury workplace with captivating first- and second-hand stories from the field. He makes presentations in-person or virtually.
An Authorized OSHA Outreach Trainer, John Hale eliminates the boring when it comes to safety presentations. That saves lives.
John Helps Leaders and Teams:
- Become more people-oriented so they’re always looking out for one another’s safety
- Treat safety with the same urgency and importance as productivity
- Create systems and strategies for managing, measuring and evaluating safety
- Identify hazards and avoid dangerous shortcuts
- Help workers follow the company’s safety systems
Gain an overhead view of building trusting relationships that foster efficient teams. John’s in-person and virtual training sessions for supervisors, managers, and executives emphasize the importance of working as a team, looking out for each other, identifying hazards, avoiding shortcuts and correcting dangerous habits.
Discover insights for establishing an abundantly safe workplace. John offers strategies for having workers’ compensation claims fall dramatically and reaching workers when they’re most receptive to correcting unsafe habits. More than a book on safety, Zero Injuries is about why successful teams should always keep an eye out for one another.
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