Sticky Safety -
With STICKY SAFETY, participants identify Safety Traps and embrace Safety Solutions that prevent accidents and boost morale and retention. Tim presents thought-provoking questions and guides your people toward meaningful, actionable answers:
What’s your “Why Factor?”
In this “head-and-heart” section, participants explore why safety matters to them personally, and reflect on how a single moment of carelessness could negatively reshape many lives.
What “sticks” with you?
Tim translates sticky training gems like, “Don’t die of shame,” “I never unbuckled a dead body,” and, “Getting hurt isn’t stupid—not telling anyone is,” into practical insights, and guides participants to craft and share their own sticky sayings.
Can numbers be fun?
Tim’s compelling storytelling involving real people, real lives—and, yes, real numbers—lends context and contrast that spring statistics to meaningful life.
Safety’s no joke...but can it be?
Of course, not all humor is appropriate but, used effectively, it becomes a powerful tool in one’s own stress plan. Tim guides participants to inject humor into safety meetings certain to bolster employee retention and morale.
Are people taking “time to live?”
Safety violations often occur when people are in a hurry. Tim’s “flip of a coin” technique teaches participants to pause and consider consequences before acting, and shows how taking seconds to mentally flip a coin may give them “time to live.”
Can you really do your job in your sleep?
Confidence in one’s skills may ease stress, but thinking, “I can do this in my sleep,” proves a very dangerous mindset. Participants discover how to stay “in the “now” no matter how many times they’ve accomplished a task.
Is stress dangerous?
Dig deep into a safety violation and you’ll likely find stressed-out, tired people. Tim’s resilience training techniques help participants define their stress boundaries and reframe how stress impacts their work, so a common negative becomes a safety-enhancing positive.
Speaker Info: Tim Gard, CSP, CPAE, top motivational speaker, corporate entertainer, and Emcee is known for bringing tears of laughter to audiences worldwide. More than an insightful and funny guy, Tim teaches people to be more resilient and resourceful using their own comedic style. He also coaches businesses on how to enhance productivity through employee enthusiasm by using appropriate workplace humor.
An Internationally recognized authority on stress reduction and conflict resolution, Tim’s easy- to-implement techniques demonstrate ways to diffuse, deal with, and ultimately avoid stressful encounters. Tim does not make light of serious issues; rather, shines a light on previously unseen possibilities to overcome challenging situations.
Implementing an Injury Prevention Program and it's Impact on Warehouse Operations -
Presentation Info: Implementing an injury prevention program can be impactful to overall industrial health and can impact the overall organizations bottom line. This presentation will bridge the gap in peer reviewed resources that focus on the implementation of an organizations injury prevention program and provide participants with a key understanding of how it can impact organizational efficiency. Focusing on education, behavior modification and human factors engineering solutions, this presentation will introduce techniques and programs that can impact industrial musculoskeletal disorder and participants will leave understanding the key principles of injury prevention, human factors engineering and ergonomic return on investment.
Speaker Info: Michael (Mike) Chapman is an Environmental Health and Safety Manager at a fortune 100 company specializing in injury prevention and human factors engineering. He also serves as adjunct professor at the University of Louisville focusing on the care and prevention of musculoskeletal disorders. His doctoral concentration surrounded organizational change management and how to effectively implement an injury prevention program and its impact on performance.
A graduate of Michigan State University, Mike continued on to obtain his master’s degree from Wingate University and Doctorate at Gardner-Webb University, both based out of the Charlotte, NC area. Diving into industrial medicine, Mike completed the requirements for the Corrective Exercise Specialist (CES), Selective Function Movement Systems (SFMA) and Certified Ergonomic Assessment Specialist (CEASII) certifications that helped guide numerous programs that saw 50-70% reduction in injury focusing on education, behavior modification and engineering based solutions.
Outside of work, Mike takes full advance of the Louisville Kentucky Bourbon Craze and enjoys hiking through the countries National Park Systems.
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Creating an Engaging Workplace Culture -
This program by professional speaker and leadership expert Rhett Laubach is designed for professionals interested in giving their best effort at work and at home, as well as for individuals looking for techniques to help others to do the same. This content includes tips and strategies that are creative, fresh and applicable today. Rhett’s training style is engaging, interactive, and high-energy.
- How to be fully engaged in giving your best at work.
- How to create and maintain trust with others.
- How to respond positively to stress.
- How to have a more consistent thirst for development and growth.
- How to develop your ability to think critically and creatively in an individual and team environment.
Speaker Info: Rhett Laubach works with associations, corporations, and student organizations interested in developing leadership potential. Rhett is a professional keynote speaker, trainer, author, leadership expert, owner of YourNextSpeaker, LLC and PLI, Inc. and a brain tumor survivor. His 20+ years of experiences have taken him to 48 states, the Bahamas, Canada, and to over one-million audience members.
Drawing from his multitude of profound and powerful lessons learn, Rhett's ability to connect with his audience is second to none. Whether students or professionals, his unprecedented stage energy captures the attention of audience members, engaging them in lessons of leadership, motivation, and inspiration.
Rhett's clients include corporations, state and national youth organizations, chambers of commerce, professional associations, and schools. He graduated with an Agricultural Economics BS degree from Oklahoma State University.
DETOUR: Developing the Mindset to Navigate Life's Turns, Steve Gilliland
Presentation Info: While we continue to face many unknowns, we must develop the right mindset to handle what COVID-19 has thrust upon us. Steve Gilliland, who spoke at our Safe at Work Breakfast Series in 2019, now shares with us some insight on how to reduce stress, eliminate fear, and emerge from this difficult time grateful, confident, and determined. His message centers on how to navigate this sudden turn that has set us on a course that we never planned, into a future we never imagined.
People have an instinctive ability to adapt to most situations and often live by the adage, “It is what it is.” Regrettably, while our ability to adapt is amazing, our ability to change isn’t. When you least expect it, life challenges your courage and willingness to change. In such moments, you can either accept it for what it is or make it what you want. Just as failure is an inevitable vital part of success, every DETOUR is a critical part of our journey.
A member of the Speaker Hall of Fame, Steve Gilliland is one of the most in-demand and top-rated speakers in the world. Recognized as a master storyteller and brilliant comedian, he can be heard daily on SiriusXM Radio’s Laugh USA and Blue Collar Radio. Steve speaks to more than 250,000 people a year and influences the lives of millions through his keynote speeches, books, CDs and DVDs.
Steve is a prolific, accomplished author, evidenced by four of his books—Detour, Enjoy The Ride, Hide Your Goat and Making a Difference—perennially making the publisher’s best seller list and his being named Author of the Year. He was also recognized by Who’s Who for Speakers and Business Professionals.
He built a multimillion-dollar company from the ground up on the same philosophy he expounds to his audiences: If you continually learn more about your company, your industry, your customer and yourself, you will always be a leader. You will be purposedriven rather than process-driven, and you will make a difference.
Cardiac Arrest: A Survivor's Story -
Presentaton Info: CPR increases the possibility of surviving sudden cardiac arrest. But it's not just trained professionals who can jump in to perform CPR. There are simple, lifesaving steps any bystander can take.
Cardiac arrest is when the heart stops beating. Some 350,000 cases occur each year outside of a hospital, and the survival rate is less than 12 percent. CPR can double or triple the chances of survival.
Hear Cecilia's story on surviving cardiac arrest...