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    How to Reboot Safety in the Workplace

    Date: June 5, 2013, 11:30am – 1:00pm
    Great River Medical Center Blackhawk Room
    Free to Members
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    June 5, 2013

    How to Reboot Safety in the Workplace

    Presented by Jeff Pacheco

    CEO & Owner of Falcon Safety Group


    Jeff Pacheco will share best practices on how to use internal safety assessment techniques that are used in indentify lagging safety indicators.  He will demonstrate to MVHRA members how internal documentation, training and management involvement will help reduce incident rates and save businesses money. His presentation is a "how to" of assessing or reassessing a businesses safety culture and steps to take in getting leadership involved and to take ownership in safety.

    MVHRA members will explore the three Foundational Blocks: 1) Process Safety; 2) Commitment/Accountability; and, 3) Incident Investigation. The discussion will also include the Continuous Improvement blocks of Working Safely & Embedding Safety. In addition, knowledge of 20 elements that are used in measuring and identifying safety performances will be shared.

    Jeff is owner of Falcon Safety Group, LLC. and is a graduate of Carl Sandburg College. He is an authorized OSHA outreach trainer for general industry and is certified as an Ergonomic Assessment Specialist. He is also a member of both the National Safety Council and American Society of Safety Engineers.

    Jeff has over 17 years of experience in leadership, including work as a Corporate Safety Director, Human Resource Director and Corporate Lead Trainer with fortune 200 companies.

    Jeff’s unique blend of experience and education has led him to help companies save millions of dollars over the years by instituting proven best practices and safety programs, which have helped improve safety attitudes, behaviors and cultures. Under Jeff’s leadership companies have been recognized by the National Safety Council and awarded for no loss work time and no injuries in the workplace.