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Slide 12

Slide 12


TEXT VERSION OF SLIDE:

  • Title: SAFETY AND HEALTH SITE LEADERSHIP -- Key Criteria
  • Type: Text Slide
  • Content:
    • Multiple Role
      • Leader, Facilitator, Internal Consultant, and Change Agent
      • Partner with Management
    • Placement and Organizational Structure
    • Authority and Responsibility to act when needed
    • Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
      • Technical expertise
      • People skills
    • Speaker Notes:
      • An area that is often overlooked

          Site level safety leadership can be the "tipping point" for the program's success.

      • Achieving "Excellence" or failure / mediocrity
      • Being
        1. Credible with both management and employees (EE's)
        2. Competent (technically) and a motivated leader for the effort. Many times means the difference between success and failure.
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