Live Webinar October 18th, 2017 – 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm EDT
Activity Type: Education – Course or Training  1 Hours 1 PDU
Provider: SafeStart

Does Your Safety Program Deal With Human Error?

Your employees are still getting injured in a variety of ways—from slips, trips and falls to back injuries or not using their PPE. These problems all have the same issue at their core: human error.

Your current safety program hasn’t gotten below the surface of these problems. So maybe it’s time to try something else.

This session explains techniques that are proven to:

  • reduce workplace injuries 30-70%
  • increase PPE and overall safety compliance
  • improve morale, participation in safety and culture
  • save your company hundreds of thousands of dollars

You don’t need to be stuck with your current injury rate. Explore your options by registering for this session.


Kelley Norris (LinkedIn profile) Global Sales & Services Director SafeStart  has been an integral part of the growth and development of the SafeStart offering around the world. Working hand in hand with our Distributors, our Consultants and our Clients, Kelley brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to human error & safety programs.

Warren Picken (LinkedIn profile) Implementation Specialist SafeStart, has 18+ years  experience as an occupational health and safety professional. His passion for safety was affirmed when he discovered the critical need for 24/7 safety. The financial benefits of preventing injuries at work are far outweighed by teaching personal safety skills that allow people to keep themselves and their loved ones safe so they can enjoy life to the fullest—like he does with his wife and two sons.

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