Leading for Safety Workshop (presented by Caterpillar)

Event Date Location
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Additional participant information

Registration fees will be assessed after the conference and, as always, will be kept as low as possible. We estimate that the cost will be $650.00 per person. This class is open to 25 students only. These fees are to cover the actual expenses of the conference only. Deadline for Registration is February 2, 2022, after deadline $100.00 late fee will apply.

Description of Event

A transformational safety leader leads by example and has a strong, positive influence on those around them. People follow this type of leader and voluntarily and passionately give their best every day.

This workshop provides supervisors, managers and leaders personal development in the four basic skills (‘domains’) required to be a safety leader: accountability, connectivity, credible consciousness and trust.

These four domains, along with fourteen elements of leadership-based safety, form the agenda for this dynamic, research-based experience. Participants begin to develop the four skills and leave with a personal safety leadership development plan they can put into practice immediately following the session.

If they understand and refine four specific skills, your leaders will position themselves and your organization for safety excellence.

Lunch: Will be provided both days

Hotel Information: A block of rooms has been reserved at the rate of $119/night includes made to order breakfast at the Embassy Suites Hotel.

Key Facts

Who’s it for?          Supervisors, managers, and leaders (does not necessarily need to have a formal leadership title).
Why do it? Learn the skills and create a personalized action plan to become an effective safety leader.
Format Two-day workshop, with presentation and participant workbooks. The Leading For Safety workshop is delivered by Caterpillar experts on your premises or virtually.
  • Create a strong safety accountability system.
  • Create connectivity between safety, business operations and employees.
  • Earn a personal credibility with employees by demonstrating credible consciousness.
  • Build high levels of trust in business relationships.
  • Develop a personal action plan to improve safety leadership capability.