Bureau Veritas is offering a free safety seminar on March 17, from 8:30 am to 11 am, at the Hilton Long Beach & Executive Meeting Center, regarding “Creating a Sustainable Safety Culture – Are Your Current Efforts Sinking Your Effort?”
Strong safety cultures require the measures of the right parameters. Many organizations are wise to focus on assessing and improving their organizational culture and safety climate. When a proper HSE process is effectively integrated into everyday management systems, a healthier organization can look forward to fewer on-the-job injuries, less waste and costs, and improved overall efficiencies.
When you are ready to go beyond just safety compliance and minimal safety results, you will need to tap into the performance benefits of building and sustaining a solid safety culture. This Bureau Veritas Live seminar will introduce these concepts and help you to determine if your organization is ready to step forward and harness the power of your employees and create a sustainable safety culture.
Please join Bureau Veritas for a FREE breakfast seminar and a morning of professional development. Tom Coghill, CSP, a leader in the field of Safety Culture and Behavior Management Systems, will discuss how to succeed in today’s global business environment by designing measures that will directly impact your safety culture.
- Learn how the safety measures you choose effect your culture.
- Determine if your current safety measures are driving the negative behavior you are trying to stop.
- Identify the types of measures you should use to drive positive results and improve overall morale.
Space is limited, register today!
8:30 am – 9:00 am – Arrival, Breakfast, Networking Hour
9:00 am – 11:00 am – Presentation
Thursday, March 17, 2011, 8:30 am – 11:00 am
Space is limited, register today! This is a complimentary event.
Hilton Long Beach & Executive Meeting Center, located at 701 West Ocean Blouvard, in Long Beach.
REGISTRATION IS EASY: Click here to register to attend this complimentary event.
OR Contact the Bureau Veritas Registrar:
CANCELLATIONS: Please contact Bureau Veritas at least five business days prior to the event.
Thomas Coghill III, CSP
Bureau Veritas, Manager National/International Accounts
Thomas Coghill has over 20 years of experience in safety and industrial hygiene. Tom started his career in Industrial Hygiene with an engineering firm in North Carolina where he focused on Lead Paint, Asbestos, and Indoor Air Quality.
He has since worked with OSHA as the Health Compliance Officer giving him great experience in how OSHA operates from the inside. Since joining Bureau Veritas he has been involved in standard safety and industrial hygiene practice, as well as working in the Behavior Safety, Indoor Air Quality, and Pharmaceutical arenas.
Continuing Education Points available for this morning of professional development.
Upon completion the day’s events a certificate with the ABIH approval code will be sent via email. Points can also be submitted for CMP approval by CHMMs, and COC approval by CSPs.