High-reliability operations can often sound exceedingly complex and leave employees wondering what they can do other than their individual jobs. However, high-reliability cultures need each team member to participate in safety to identify, assess and control hazards proactively.
If we take a clear look at what high-reliability operations entail, we can determine the different parts each team member can play to increase safe work practices and conditions. Even better, if each team member spends just 10 minutes a week on safety, high-reliability operations can be achieved.
This presentation will discuss:
Cory Worden, Ph.D.*(ABD), MS, CSHM, CSP, CHSP, ARM, REM, CESCO, Avetta
Cory has worked in the development, implementation and management of environmental, safety, and health; emergency management; and training programs for over 16 years. He has a wealth of experience in the military, manufacturing, municipal government and health care fields. Cory is the safety advisor for the City of Houston Department of Health and has published several books since 2013. Cory as written 68 articles that have been published by the American Society of Safety Professionals, the National Safety Council, the Association for Occupational Health Professionals, the Institute for Safety and Health Management and more.
He was the 2014 ISHM Safety Professional of the Year, a 2015 NSC Rising Star of Safety, the 2016 American Society of Safety Engineers’ Healthcare Practice Specialty Safety Professional of the Year, the 2017 AOHP National Extraordinary Member, the 2018 AOHP Extraordinary Services Award recipient and a 2020 Houston Health Department Excellence in Community Service.
Barry Bottino, Associate Editor, Safety+Health magazine
Barry covers worker safety for Safety+Health.