Companies are spending too much time and too much money with inconsistent and ineffective attempts to engage their employees in taking ownership of the safety program.
KevBurns Learning has pioneered an innovative method to solve this problem.
Our process builds employee ownership of safety, creates supervisor buy-in, and clarifies your safety communications. That results in a more effective safety culture.
KevBurns Learning programs combine safety-focused communications, with internal employee engagement and coaching, and frontline supervisory leadership training.
We deliver programs and communications to bring employees and supervisors to safety voluntarily.
There are three distinct steps to improving ownership of the safety program:
KevBurns Learning works with the top sixteen percent of companies that pride themselves on being the innovators and early adopters in safety.
These proprietary Internet-based streaming programs are far more engaging than anything you have ever experienced online.
The programs combine the experiences of multi-camera live interactivity, problem-solving, roundtable discussion, classroom instruction, and the pure enjoyment of watching interesting stuff on TV.
Fast-moving use of multiple camera angles and multiple media sources helps companies engage their people in safety.
These live streaming broadcasts use high-definition cameras, professional lighting, whiteboarding, research, video, slides, and professional audio. Everything is focused on solving an issue you are facing, and building greater ownership of the safety program across the organization.
This is not another boring webinar.
In PeopleWork, Kevin Burns presents his M4 Method of people-centered management for safety in the workplace.
He lays out the practical, how-to steps that frontline supervisors and safety people can easily master.
When faced with issues like lack of employee buy-in, or complacency, the conventional approach is to double-down on safety rules and process enforcement.
But, you don't fix recurring safety issues by piling on more safety.
You find new innovations and approaches to build employee and supervisory ownership of safety. And, you clarify your safety communications and messaging.
Kevin Burns doesn't come from the process side of safety. With over 30 years of experience in management consulting, marketing and communications, with a specialty in safety, you get solutions from other industries and other departments that have already worked elsewhere.