The latest in neuroscience and motivational science research shows that when it’s applied to traditional safety approaches, it allows for higher levels of safety and overall operational performance. During this live webinar, experts will highlight practical examples of human and organizational performance (HOP) paired with current neuroscience that fits within the organization at all levels, including resonating at the field level. When human performance interventions are practical and align with how work actually gets done, improvements come naturally.
Mike Christian, CSP, CHMM, Senior Director, SH&E Operations Support, Sunbelt Rentals Inc.
Mike is an accomplished leader with more than 20 years of experience in environmental, health and safety, working in various sectors, including manufacturing and rental. He has a bachelor’s in biology from Fairmont State University and a master’s in safety and environmental management from West Virginia University, as is a member of the American Society of Safety Professionals.
David Musgrave, Vice President, Brain-Centric Reliability, DEKRA North America
David leads DEKRA’s Brain-Centric Reliability group with a focus on creating effective human performance reliability through applied neuroscience. Getting work done “right the first time” through a systemic approach includes designing and enhancing workplaces and processes, and developing human performance capabilities, all with the human brain in mind.
Matt Hargrove Principal Consultant, DEKRA North America
Matt is a leader within the Brain-Centric Reliability team focused on providing leading-edge solutions incorporating the latest in applied behavior and neuroscience, and connecting them to organizations to help them achieve “right the first time” results in safety performance and greater human reliability performance.
Barry Bottino, Associate Editor, Safety+Health magazine
Barry covers worker safety for Safety+Health.