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June 14, 2022 Contemporary Safety Practice with Clive Lloyd

Topic: Contemporary Safety Practice with Clive Lloyd

Presenter: Clive F. Lloyd

When: June 14, 2022 2:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Based on the key themes from ‘Next Generation Safety Leadership’
Clive will discuss the strongest predictor of high-performing teams – Psychological Safety. The session provides an overview of the research, as well as case studies demonstrating the links between Psychological Safety, employee trust, engagement and physical safety.
Attendees will also explore how to build an Intervention Culture (The psychology of “speaking up) and better understand why some people do, and some don’t. Clive will outline the skills required to intervene well, while maintaining trust, Psychological Safety, and engagement.

About the Presenter:
Clive F. Lloyd is an Australian-based Psychologist specializing in Safety Leadership and Culture development. He was recently named among the top 5 Global thought leaders and influencers on health and safety by Thinkers360. He assist leaders and organizations to create safe and mentally-healthy workplaces where trust, engagement, psychological safety and well-being can thrive. He am particularly focused on organizational culture development through the implementation of his acclaimed “Care Factor” program.

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When: June 12, 2022 2:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
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California Weighing Third COVID-19 ETS Renewal

By Guy Burdick, EHS Daily Advisor Apr 21, 2022 COVID-19Regulatory Developments

Updated: Apr 21, 2022

The California Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board will weigh a third renewal of the state’s COVID-19 emergency temporary standard (ETS) this week at its April 21 meeting. If adopted, the proposed ETS would emphasize hand-washing, personal protective equipment (PPE), testing and worker removal, and ventilation as hazard controls rather than cleaning and disinfection. The proposal also would establish strict requirements for face coverings

There is no federal COVID-19 standard. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) withdrew a vaccinate-or-test ETS after the U.S. Supreme Court issued an indefinite stay of the emergency rule. OSHA has a set of employer guidelines for COVID-19 health and safety. The agency utilizes the General Duty Clause of the Occupational Safety and Health Act to cite employer violations.

OSHA has proposed establishing a permanent healthcare COVID-19 standard based on its June 21, 2021, industry-specific ETS, which was withdrawn on December 27.

May 10, 2022 – Moving Gracefully from Compliance to Learning, the Beginning of Forest Service’s Learning Journey

Topic: Moving Gracefully from Compliance to Learning, the Beginning of Forest Service’s Learning Journey

Presenter: Ivan Pupulidy, PhD

When: May 10, 2022 12:30 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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The US Forest Service faced a crisis of trust that was undermining communications and information flow. The result was an abysmal accident rate. This talk will explore field initiatives and leadership actions that began to change the organization’s approach to learning. Three key pillars will be introduced: The leadership safety journey, field initiatives to change the way the organization responded to accidents and incidents, and some of the research that underpinned the changes that took place.

About the Presenter:
Ivan is an international speaker and consultant focused on Risk, Safety, Aviation, Wildland Firefighting and Human & Organizational Performance (HOP).
His ability to integrate academic research with real world application comes from his varied life experiences, which culminated in his promotion to the position of Director of the Office of Innovation and Organizational Learning for the U.S. Forest Service.
As a U.S. Forest Service Director, Ivan developed and implemented the Learning Review, which is a process designed to improve how organizations of all sizes, and at all levels respond to accident, incident and unplanned outcomes. The Learning Review is centered on understanding and mapping systemic conditions that influence human decision making and actions.
Ivan represented the Forest Service at the Obama Wight House, where he presented Learning Review and HOP concepts during a forum on wildfire firefighter safety.
Ivan holds an Airline Transport Pilot License and has over 10,000 flight hours as a tactical pilot for the U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Air Force Reserve and the Forest Service, additionally, he has been trained and qualified as both a aircraft maintenance officer and USAF accident investigator.
Ivan earned a Masters of Science degree in Human Factors and Systems Safety at the world famous Lund University in Sweeden. He completed his PhD in Social Psychology and Organizational Culture at Tilburg University in The Netherlands. In addition to his thriving consultancy, Professor Pupulidy, is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Alabama, and a guest lecturer at Yale University.

Registration

When: May 10, 2022 12:30 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
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