Keynotes

Chaos and Momentum:How to Gain Clarity to Create a Safe Workplace by Manley Feinberg

Chaos and Momentum:How to Gain Clarity to Create a Safe Workplace by Manley Feinberg

Chaos and Momentum:How to Gain Clarity to Create a Safe Workplace by Manley Feinberg

In this program, Manley will outline a powerful framework that you can execute every day to get immediate results. You can learn how to gain laser focus, no matter what task you’re facing, and utilize your momentum in an effective way to create a safe workplace.   Shut out the white noise of the world and keep moving forward!

Critical Skills For Personal And Team Success by Bruce Bolger

Chaos and Momentum:How to Gain Clarity to Create a Safe Workplace by Manley Feinberg

Chaos and Momentum:How to Gain Clarity to Create a Safe Workplace by Manley Feinberg

In his highly interactive keynote, Bruce helps participants identify and eliminate blind spots to those behaviors which could be sabotaging performance, and creating dysfunctional cultures impacting safety, quality, productivity and customer relations.  Bruce’s relatable personal stories drive home key elements, to positively impact participants’ performance.  

Who is Responsible for Safety by Carl Potter

Chaos and Momentum:How to Gain Clarity to Create a Safe Workplace by Manley Feinberg

Who is Responsible for Safety by Carl Potter

In his most sought-after keynote, Carl Potter, CSP, CMC helps answer the question that executives, managers, supervisors, and front-line employees all ask:  WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR SAFETY?  Participants at all levels gain a higher level of understanding of the roles and responsibilities and can answer the question and put the principles to work immediately.

Becoming a Safety Leader - by Mike Bahr

Tactical Confrontation for a Better Workplace by Gary Sheely

Who is Responsible for Safety by Carl Potter

This 90-minute presentation will help you gain a better understanding of what it takes to be an effective leader who achieves a zero-injury workplace, regardless of your level n the organization.  To do that, we’ll explore leadership concepts and principles, and tap into your personal knowledge and experience.

Tactical Confrontation for a Better Workplace by Gary Sheely

Tactical Confrontation for a Better Workplace by Gary Sheely

Tactical Confrontation for a Better Workplace by Gary Sheely

This keynote will inspire and equip audiences at all levels to value and use confident constructive confrontation.  Gary provides tools that participants can put to work immediately to foster a better workplace where people feel free to speak up when there’s a problem.  This keynote is offered in a flexible format.

How to Achieve Big Phat Safety Goals by Dean Lindsay

Tactical Confrontation for a Better Workplace by Gary Sheely

Tactical Confrontation for a Better Workplace by Gary Sheely

This keynote is designed for organizations that view their team members as an investment rather than an expense and are committed to workplace safety.  The Big PHAT Safety Goals program is designed to align personal goals with organizational safety objectives and includes a progress agent’s six rules for goal-crafting. 

Safety Leadership: It Starts And Ends With Me - by Michelle Ray

Safety Leadership: It Starts And Ends With Me - by Michelle Ray

Safety Leadership: It Starts And Ends With Me - by Michelle Ray

Delivering her message with insight, wit and humour, Michelle’s energizing, informative and popular keynote presentation will remind your audience of safety leaders of the power of personal leadership. They will learn accountability strategies to use long after the event ends to take the lead, embrace challenges and break down barriers to succes

Think Like a Fireground Commander by Rich Gasaway, PhD

Safety Leadership: It Starts And Ends With Me - by Michelle Ray

Safety Leadership: It Starts And Ends With Me - by Michelle Ray

In this riveting keynote filled with real-life events, Rich shares tips and techniques to help his audiences develop their situational awareness and   the ability to make high-stakes decisions when lives are at stake.  Audiences in any hazardous industry will find this keynote valuable, memorable, and impactful. 

Tinkering for Safety by Susan Trivers

Safety Leadership: It Starts And Ends With Me - by Michelle Ray

Tinkering for Safety by Susan Trivers


Are your safety programs tired, stale, and outdated?  Have your employees become complacent?  Reinforcing outmoded approaches to safety is not the answer - Tinkering is!  In her program Tinkering for Safety, Susan Trivers works with organizational leaders to discover the t tinkering with comonents of their safety foundation will lead them to make the right changes at the right to gain the results thay are looking for:   more focus, more  confidence, more creative solutions,  and more safety, and more safety.


Safety and Environmental Responsibility by Brad Kramer

Brian's Story: The Story No Father Wants to Tell by Jeff Bell

Brian's Story: The Story No Father Wants to Tell by Jeff Bell

Today’s consumer doesn’t just want the least expensive option. They want to know that they’re supporting a company that does things right and are willing to pay more to be a part of that brand. Consumers want a brand that works with their communities to make the world a better place. This doesn’t have to take a lot of capital and resources, and can not only help the brand in the marketplace but help to attract the best employees and free marketing! Whether you want your management team or employees to hear the message about what social responsibility can mean for them, their community, and your business, or want to build collaboration in your community, Brad’s presentation will help bring that message home and inspire a desire to make our world better!

Brian's Story: The Story No Father Wants to Tell by Jeff Bell

Brian's Story: The Story No Father Wants to Tell by Jeff Bell

Brian's Story: The Story No Father Wants to Tell by Jeff Bell

Jeff was an hourly worker at a large paper mill and helped implement Behavioral Based Safety (BBS) at the plant back in the mid-nineties. He had pulled back from his role in safety when his and his family’s lives were changed forever with the phone call that his son Brian, a college student with less than a week left on his junior-senior summer job had been killed in a workplace accident. Because of Brian’s death Jeff rededicated himself to working in safety and became the facilitator of his plant’s BBS process. Jeff says, “I will do anything to keep another family from receiving the call that our family received on the day that Brian died.”