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    How to Improve Your Safety Training How to Improve Your Safety Training Presentation Transcript

    • How to Improve Your Safety Training March 19, 2014 Presented by: Dan Hannan and Mitch Diamond Drake International For audio, it is recommended you dial in A copy of the slides + recording will be available post webinar AUDIO: 1-877-668-4493 Access Code: 664 710 288 Event Password: 1234 WebEx Support: 1-866-863-3910
    • For more information, call 416.216.1067 Free Offer • We’re offering a free 30 minute consultation on Online Health and Safety Training • $300 Discount on our HRPA Certified HR Analytics Course in Toronto 2
    • For more information, call 416.216.1067 Dan Hannan • 24 year environmental, health and safety professional • Public and private employee • Hazardous material specialist, CSP and an authorized OSHA Outreach instructor • Applied safety in construction, manufacturing and oil and gas • Published author: Safety and Health, Professional Safety, EHS Today and ISHN, also “Preventing Home Accidents”, (Hunter House Publishing, 2012).
    • For more information, call 416.216.1067 This session will cover… 1. The role of safety training in managing the safety outcome 2. The human and business value of training 3. The need for leadership backing 4. How online delivery supports your training needs and solutions
    • For more information, call 416.216.1067 What does “managing safety” mean to you? Solutions  Admin controls: procedures, policies, programs  Engineering controls and PPE  Insurance (safety net)  Training can address our need to communicate risk management for all these elements. It’s about managing risk by controlling: • People—the human element • Locations (jobsites, corporate office) • Things (assets— equipment, buildings)
    • For more information, call 416.216.1067 Prevailing Views on Safety Training Employer Majority • Check the box—compliance • I don’t understood it’s value because I can’t measure the return on it (ROI) • It gets in the way of production • Training is ineffective because it can’t change human behavior in any real way • “Why isn’t training solving the problem?” (Because the root cause is procedural or cultural) Employer Minority • Integrated approach to risk management • Training plan • Investment in the individual—human capital is our greatest resource: hard and soft skill development Message: training says the employer “cares about you…providing you with the tools to succeed” • Effective training saves the company money
    • For more information, call 416.216.1067 Training and managing safety to succeed
    • For more information, call 416.216.1067 Sully’s keys to safety management • Proactive—don’t let bad fortune come to you! • Success is not measured by the absence of an accident but rather by the presence of safety— are we consistently doing things correctly? • Team approach—set the tone, communicate expectations and align goals. • Create an environment of shared responsibilities for the outcome. He credits a “robust safety system…and being trained to a high performance standard…”
    • For more information, call 416.216.1067 How do training programs return on incident reduction?
    • For more information, call 416.216.1067 Does every worker on site receive a safety orientation? 1.76 5.72 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Yes No Safety Training and Education
    • For more information, call 416.216.1067 Type of safety orientation provided to workers? 1.51 3.80 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 4 Formal Informal Safety Training and Education
    • For more information, call 416.216.1067 When are weekly safety discussions held? (i.e. pre-task or pre-shift planning) 1.01 2.00 3.25 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 Daily Tuesday/Thursday Monday Safety Training and Education
    • For more information, call 416.216.1067 Company president/senior management reviews safety performance report? 0.97 6.89 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Yes No Demonstrated Management Commitment
    • For more information, call 416.216.1067 The devil is in the details Keys to make training effective:  Information or knowledge must have a direct application  Has it been developed with the end-user in mind (stakeholders)  Is the learning experience memorable, will it “stick”  Does the learner understand what they are being taught
    • For more information, call 416.216.1067 Thoughtful training… • Quality safety training and education programs say we care and want to invest in you. • Messaging safety: do something daily to keep safety relevant—tool box talks, pre-task planning, casual discussion, etc. = “touches” • “What get’s measured and rewarded gets done”.—Dan Peterson (Safety by Objectives)
    • For more information, call 416.216.1067 Developing the 24/7 Safety Mindset Leveraging safety training and education from work to home
    • For more information, call 416.216.1067 Delivery and “on-demand learning” • The many benefits of online learning: – Custom content – Remote access – 24/7 access – Tracking training and record retention – Knowledge verification
    • For more information, call 416.216.1067 Take-aways from this Session… • Training plays an important role in managing risk. • A large part of training needs can now be satisfied by eLearning. • Training prepares the workforce to succeed—an investment in human capital. • Solid safety training programs help ensure your company remains competitive in the marketplace. • Successful training requires a well developed plan in order to achieve established goals.
    • For more information, call 416.216.1067
    • For more information, call 416.216.1067 DrakeHealthandSafetyAcademy.com
    • For more information, call 416.216.1067 QUESTIONS?
    • For more information, call 416.216.1067 Free Offer • We’re offering a free 30 minute consultation on Online Health and Safety Training • $300 Discount on our HRPA Certified HR Analytics Course in Toronto 22
    • For more information, call 416.216.1067 Upcoming Webinar Register @ Drake-Webinars.com
    • Thank You For Attending For questions, please contact Mitch Diamond President of Exponential Impact mdiamond@na.drakeintl.com 416.216.1067