Research and fieldwork have identified six key skills that can improve your workplace safety climate and strengthen your organizational culture. Discover how super-charging these skills can positively change the narrative about safety and spark environmental health and safety improvements throughout your organization.
What You Will Learn
- Distinguish climate from culture—and understand why it matters
- Identify six key leadership skills that can improve your workplace safety climate
- Learn how managing human factors and safety climate can help you build safety momentum and strengthen your safety management system
Pandora Bryce, PhD Vice President, Product Development
Pandora Bryce holds a Ph.D. from the University of Toronto. Her doctoral research areas included peak performance and adult education. Bryce has developed empirically based enterprise leadership and performance training for large corporations and now works in the safety industry.
Peter A. Batrowny Senior Consultant, SafeStart
Peter Batrowny is a leading global environmental health, safety and physical security executive. During his career, he has helped transform cultures and fostered networks of communication and teamwork. Batrowny is a highly regarded speaker in environmental health, safety and security, leveraging the lessons from his extensive career. He has been featured as a speaker at NSC conferences, Campbell Institute symposium and the SafeStart Human Factors Conference.