Jul 29, 2019
What is the current context your employees live in? What insights are they bringing to the table? To engage in full safety leadership, practice mindfulness in this arena.
Nathaniel Miller, Schindler Elevator Corp. senior regional EHS manager is speaking on this topic at the 2019 Safety Leadership Training Conference. The conference takes place November 5-7 in Dallas, Texas and will offer "solutions on how to bridge the situational gap between what is routine and dynamic environmental factors."
Safety consultants are constantly seeking new ways to get to the goal of Incident Elimination. The presentation at the conference will give insights into the mindsets of employees' safety concerns. It's important to explore not just what the employees are thinking about but also "how" and "why"? Safety has psychological factors as well as behavioral, situational, and environmental ones. Putting together all of these factors contributes to the organization's safety culture .
Stefanie Valentic EHS Today | Jul 29, 2019 - It is important to know how employees think about and translate insight, says Nathaniel Miller, Schindler Elevator Corp. senior regional EHS manager.
His session at the 2019 Safety Leadership Conference, which takes place Nov. 5-7 in Dallas, will offer solutions about how to bridge the situational gap between what is routine and dynamic environmental factors.
Miller previews his Safety and Risk Management session, titled "Transforming Safety Through Mindfulness: A Three-step Model for Building, Improving, and Maintaining a Safe Environment," in a Q&A with EHS Today.