Carolinas Section Fall Conference 2011
Sept. 28-29, 2011
This course develops leaders that can use and teach the principles as a roadmap to build or enhance a culture that believes you can work injury-free. Participants will learn how to implement a rapid delivery improvement strategy for safety and share it with other people. The process requires focus and commitment from your leadership team. The instructor will teach participants to implement improvement strategies in three-week cycles. The Practioner will learn to lead teams to produce positive safety results. The strategies include common VPP principles and techniques to apply the principles. The rapid delivery process will also emphasize how important it is to have a core group of leaders that understand the urgency around safety and the value of building an injury-free environment.
The Principle To Practice Instructor will be David Lynn.
David G. Lynn, CSP
David G. Lynn is a Corporate Health, Safety, and Environmental Manager at the Fluor Corporation based in Greenville, S.C. David began his safety career in 1992 working for OSHA as a Compliance Officer. He conducted safety inspections that included audit, complaint and fatality investigations. David witnessed how the good and the bad managed health and safety across a variety of industries.
After 9 years of experience as an Environmental, Health, and Safety Manager with industry, David started work with Fluor in 2004 as a U.S. Regional Health, Safety, and Environmental (HSE) Manager based in Greenville, South Carolina. In 2008, David became the Senior Programs Manager for the Corporate HSE group. In this role, David leads a team responsible for corporate HSE training, auditing, workers compensation, substance abuse, regulatory compliance, HSE communications, and high impact corporate programs such as OSHA's Voluntary Protection Program (VPP). In 2008 with the support of Fluor executive leaders, David led the corporate initiative to achieve Corporate VPP status with OSHA.
PDC Agenda (Wednesday, Sept. 28)
Conference Agenda (Thursday, Sept. 29)
Wingate by Wyndham Airport
Sleeping rooms have been set aside at this hotel for those attending, but availability cannot be guaranteed past Wednesday, Sept. 7. Please make your reservation directly with the hotel. To receive the special rate of $67/night (plus tax), which includes breakfast, please state that you are with the AIHA Conference.
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