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HR’s Role in Safety: How to Simultaneously Build Strong Employee Relations and Boost Your Company’s Safety Culture

HR’s Role in Safety: How to Simultaneously Build Strong Employee Relations and Boost Your Company’s Safety Culture

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HR’s Role in Safety: How to Simultaneously Build Strong Employee Relations and Boost Your Company’s Safety Culture

Live Webinar: Monday, December 4, 2017

2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Eastern/11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Pacific


WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn how to integrate HR and safety to create a strong and effective program to enhance the overall safety and accountability of your organization.


 

Often, HR staff are given the responsibility of administering a safety program as an “add-on” to their HR responsibilities. That problem with that is they general begin without really understanding the importance of ensuring that there’s a cohesive, fully integrated strategy for achieving safety success. The good news, though, is that if you can successfully administer a strong HR program with a positive impact on employee culture, you can do the same for safety! 

In fact, integrating a strong safety culture into an HR program does a lot more than just help lower citations. Effective safety culture integration has shown to lower workers’ compensation costs, reduce safety-related incidents in the workplace, and avoid extensive OSHA violations and penalties. 

Join us on December 4, for an in-depth webinar led by father-daughter team, Debra and Leo Parent, owner and lead consultant of DJP Rightfit Consulting and Recruiting, LLC, an HR and Safety consulting service. They’ll teach you how to integrate your HR and safety efforts so that you’re able to develop a strong employee relations program and safety culture at the same time. 

You’ll learn: 

  • The extensive benefits of integrating HR and safety programs 
  • Examples of HR and safety programs that exist too much in their own respective vacuums to positively impact the organization’s underlying safety and safety culture goals 
  • Signs that your HR program could be missing important opportunities to develop strong employee relations that support the safety culture 
  • What every comprehensive safety program needs—and how to ensure that your HR programs provide the relevant support for success 
  • What can happen if you don’t properly integrate HR and safety programs effectively 
  • How to successfully develop and implement an integrated program 

About Your Presenters

Debra ParentDebra Parent, PHR, SHRM-CP 
President 
DJP Rightfit Consulting and Recruiting, LLC 

Debra Parent is President and Owner of Right Fit Recruiting, LLC, providing HR and Safety consulting services to small businesses in Southeastern Massachusetts. Ms. Parent has over 29 years of experience as an HR/Safety professional in leadership positions and has been engaged by her client firms to develop corporate HR, Safety and Environmental procedures and policies, evaluate existing HR/Safety Programs, provide advice on difficult employee relations issues, conduct HR departmental audits, on site safety audits, conduct managerial coaching, provide training and development for managerial staff and provide training to employees and managers on developing a safe work culture. 


Leo Parent 
Safety Consultant 
DJP Rightfit Consulting and Recruiting, LLC 

Leo Parent is the Safety Consultant for Rightfit Recruiting, LLC, providing HR and Safety consultation to clients in the Southeastern Massachusetts area. He has over 42 years of experience in total with 32 years spent as a Safety Director for ICI Americas Chemical Company (now Zeneca). He began his career as a Production Supervisor. Mr. Parent then spent another 10 years at Lopes Construction in Taunton, MA, as their first Safety Director. He has a tremendous amount of experience with on-site safety inspections, safety program development, and OSHA inspections. He presently consults with D’Allessandro Corp. in Avon, MA, a heavy utility construction contractor, and regularly provides coaching and training to job site Foremen. 

Have a specific question related to the topic of this audio conference? Post it here and get an answer during the event, time permitting, or in a follow-up e-mail from the audio conference presenter. This is only available to audio conference registrants.

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