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 combines safety-focused communications, with internal coaching programs, frontline supervisory leadership training, and harnessing engaging use of technology.
Our distinctive programs build genuine employee participation and ownership of safety which result in improving your safety culture.
KevBurns Learning programs, courses and learning deliver the tools and strategies that bring your people to safety voluntarily.
We show your people how to communicate better and coach better so that employees want to be involved in delivering better safety performance.
There are three distinct steps to improving employee ownership of the safety program:
We believe that valuable meetings should inspire employees to want to improve their safety programs. To that end, we've harnessed technology and innovation to engage your employees in improving their ownership of the safety program.
Our Internet-based streaming safety programs are far more engaging than anything you have ever experienced online.
We combine the experiences of live interactivity, problem-solving, classroom instruction, roundtables, virtual meetings, and the enjoyment of watching interesting stuff on TV.
From our Internet streaming broadcast center, we help companies like yours to engage your employees in safety.
Our live streaming broadcasts use multiple high-definition cameras, professional lighting, video segments, whiteboarding, troubleshooting, problem-solving, professional audio and microphones, and, yes, the occassional PowerPoint slide.
This is not another boring voice-over-PowerPoint webinar.
No one else in safety is doing what we are doing. It is what allows to us to deliver high-quality, engaging programs exclusively online.
Schedule a virtual tour of our facilities. Let's have a conversation about how technology can help your employees to take more ownership of the safety program.
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.
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.