Safety Awareness

Get It Done Safely

“Get it Done Safely” has a profound effect on everyone who experiences it! I use the story of my injury to show how I could have embraced safety and prevented my incident’s harmful effects on my family and friends. I show the audience how they could suffer the same kind of pain, suffering, loss and disabling effects from simple mistakes, and how easily it is to avoid such hardship by embracing safety. “Get it Done Safely” is finely tailored to improve the use, understanding and importance of any organization’s safety system, the safety culture at work and the individual’s role in safety at home.This presentation will have an immediate and lasting impact on all levels of your organization.

Duration: 90 minutes

Goals and Benefits

  • Reduces workplace incidents
  • Show the company’s commitment to its workers’ safety
  • Improve the workers’ use and ownership of the safety system
  • Bring’s the company’s safety culture to the next level
  • Remind’s workers what they have to protect through working safely
  • Increases communication in meetings and onsite
  • Improves hazard identification and use of pre-job forms
  • Improves the use and identification of  PPE
  • Increases teamwork towards achieving zero incidents
  • Opens up the worker to allowing engagement from company’s leadership
  • Reduce substandard work as safety improves

THE SAFETY BUBBLE

This engages workers behaviors by looking at the gut instinct we all have and “the safety bubble”.  This imagery allows Spencer to show the audience why people push back when others address their safety behavior as people tend not to listen to their own gut instinct. If we are not willing to listen to ourselves when our gut is speaking to us how can we ever expect people will listen to others when they approach their safety behavior? By addressing this concept Spencer invites the audience to pop their safety bubble and allow others into their safety behavior. Through these technique the worker will gain a new perspective on listening to themselves and how it’s okay to let others help them with safety, how refusing unsafe worker means the work still is completed but in an improved way and Spencer will tie the workers culture to the organizations culture by showing how safety is the #1 thing the organization offers a workers that fits the workers culture.

Duration: 60 minutes

Goals and Benefits

  • Reduces workplace incidents
  • Show the company’s commitment to its workers’ safety
  • Improve the workers’ use and ownership of the safety system
  • Bring’s the company’s safety culture to the next level
  • Remind’s workers what they have to protect through working safely
  • Increase communication in meetings and onsite
  • Increases teamwork towards achieving zero incidents
  • Reduce substandard work as safety improves

 

SAFETY  DO OR DO NOT: THERE IS NO TRY 

This presentation is designed to help top, middle management and foremen understand how to engage the workers behaviors to improve their safety systems. In this presentation, we look at the role leaders have in bringing production and safety to being equally valued by the worker. This is accomplished by looking at the organization’s culture from the workers perspective. From the workers viewpoint we learn what their culture is, what portions of the companies cultures truly matter to them and how important it is to speak to the workers culture for them to embrace the organization’s culture.

If you’re are looking for new ways for your leadership to engage your workers, this is the presentation for you!

Goals and Benefits

  • Reduces workplace incidents
  • Show why instilling safety awareness is a challenge
  • Show’s the importance of recognizing and engaging workers behaviors at the management level
  • Understanding how the workers culture when engaged feeds the organizations culture
  • To establish techniques in communicating safety with the language of the worker
  • How to reduce time spent by leaders engaging workers while improving safe production results