Upcoming Webinar:
April 23, 2014
10:00 a.m. Central

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Recognition:
Are You Leveraging the Most Powerful Catalyst for Culture Change?

The more you recognize, the less you'll have to correct, because acknowledging employees for the proactive measures they take to increase workplace safety will inspire repeat performance and less risk taking. For sustainable culture change, there's no tool as powerful as recognition. Caterpillar's enterprise recognition program has played a key role in driving world-class safety performance and distinguishing the organization as one of America's Safest Companies.

Join us for this one-hour presentation by Caterpillar's Global EHS Manager, Andy Schneider, and Caterpillar Safety Services' Senior Safety Consultant Doug Giesinger to learn how recognition differs from reward, why it's more effective and how to build a program that celebrates both positive behaviors and successful outcomes.

  • Date/Time:
    Wednesday, April 23, 2014 10:00 a.m. Central
  • Presenter:
    - Andy Schneider, Global EHS Manager
    - Doug Giesinger, Senior Safety Consultant
  • Topics:
    Recognition, safety management, safety improvement, continuous improvement, zero-incident performance, Caterpillar enterprise safety
  • Cost:
    Free

 

   Previously Recorded Webinars
  
Previous webinars are recorded and available for replay at your convenience. At this time, webinars are available in English only.
Webinar Title
Summary
Recorded
» • Speak Up! & Listen Up!Two Simple Processes to Improve Safety Culture23-Mar-2014
» • Webinar - The Power of OneReplace your safety programs with one, sustainable safety system.23-Feb-2014
» • Webinar - Get More from MissesIf the last minor injury suffered in your organization didn’t elicit about 50 near-miss reports, you’re missing an important message.23-Jan-2014
» • Webinar - Beyond ObservationIn the six levels of safety excellence, first comes compliance, then observations. The real value starts in Level 3, at which employees . . .23-Nov-2013
» • Webinar - Steering Toward ZeroFor decades organizations have tried to improve safety by forming committees that focus on injuries that have occurred and the regulations, policies and procedures with which their organizations must comply.23-Oct-2013
» • Webinar- Building and Sustaining Safety AccountabilitiesWagner Safety Manager Curt Siroky joins Senior Safety Consultant Mike Brodock for this presentation on how to leverage S.T.A.R.T. for sustainable safety improvement.26-Sep-2013
» • Webinar- Developing a Worldwide Safety SystemBrian Lewallen, Caterpillar's Director of Global Environmental Affairs, Health and Safety, joins Senior Safety Consultant Dr. Mike Williamsen to discuss how a successful worldwide safety system is built and sustained.29-Aug-2013
» • Webinar- Overcoming BarriersSenior Safety Consultant Todd Efird and co-presenter David Watts, Vice President and Director of Safety for Atkinson Construction, will explain how to obliterate obstacles to world-class safety performance by leveraging a proven pathway to excellence.24-Jul-2013
» • Webinar- Good Isn't Good EnoughWhen properly executed the Four Steps to Accountability and the Six Criteria for Safety Excellence comprise a winning formula for developing a zero-incident culture. Sr Safety Consultant Todd Efird and co-presenter David Watts, VP and Director of Safety for Atkinson Construction, explain how to obliterate obstacles to world-class safety performance.19-Jun-2013
» • Webinar- Learning to FishThe proverbial notion that teaching one to fish will sustain him for a lifetime translates well in the world of safety culture excellence. Senior Safety Consultant Todd Efird explains how Snohomish used a Train-the-Trainer process to improve safety.22-May-2013
» • Webinar- Overcome Culture Clash: Sustaining Safety Excellence through Mergers and AcquisitionsIn this one-hour webinar, Caterpillar shares a story of how of our own personnel have executed the Zero-Incident Performance (ZIP™) Process to assess the culture of an acquired business, then empower employees to develop and drive improvement measures. 24-Apr-2013
» • Webinar- Drive Safety Excellence: A Case Study in Managing Preventable Vehicle IncidentsDriving is a high-risk, high-exposure requirement in nearly every industry. With more and more vehicles on increasingly congested roads, traversed by far too many distracted drivers, preventing vehicle incidents is a worthy goal for any organization seeking to improve its safety culture. Presenter Mike Williamsen, CSP, invites Jason Theodore, Fleet Safety Coordinator for ATCO Electric, to share the challenges his team of 2,000+ employees faces on Alberta's roads every day and the strategies they leverage to sustain a leading indicator safety culture. 27-Mar-2013
» • Webinar- Engaging Employees - 2/13It's time to empower employees to solve the problems they know best. During this session you'll learn proven techniques for engaging employees to embrace and own your journey to zero.24-Feb-2013
» • Webinar- Executive Engagement for Safety ImprovementThis presentation shares proven methods for inspiring executive leadership to drive safety culture excellence through a demonstrated commitment to employee engagement, accountability and recognition for strong performance. Presented by Caterpillar Safety Services' Mike Williamsen, Ph.D. and guest Eric Dyck of Pembina Pipeline Corporation, this one-hour webinar highlights the role leadership plays in continuous safety improvement.30-Jan-2013
 

About Caterpillar Safety Services

Caterpillar believes in the importance of safety and we want our customers to arrive Safely home. Everyone. Every day.™ This requires safe and reliable equipment, well-trained operators, properly designed job sites and a commitment to safety throughout the organization. Wherever you are in your safety journey, Caterpillar Safety Services is committed to providing you the tools, resources and knowledge to develop a sustainable culture of safety excellence.

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Caterpillar is the world's leading manufacturer of construction and mining equipment, diesel and natural gas engines, industrial gas turbines and diesel-electric locomotives.