The National Safety Council, Nebraska offers safety workshops & seminars periodically throughout the year to engage safety directors, human resource professionals, risk managers, supervisors, and business owners/executives in a safety topic presented by local and nationally-known speakers.
Developing Lean Leaders and a Lean Culture at All Levels - Steve Wilson, Zoned Strategies
March 26, 2020
Presentation Information: This 4-hour interactive workshop will introduce the Lean Leadership Development Model. Participants will be exposed to concepts and tools which experts have identified as critical elements to achieving and sustaining a successful lean transformation.
During the workshop we cover the following concepts and tools:
Part 1: Commit to Self-Development and Develop Others:
How do you work to become a Lean Leader? Learning how to apply the leadership self-development learning cycles (PDCA) How do Lean Leaders develop and get promoted? How to coach and develop others at the Gemba. How to use Kata to coach one person at a time and discover the three-part recipe for what Lean Leaders must Learn and how to use this to develop others in your organization to become lean leaders too.
Part 2: Support Daily Kaizen and Create Vision
Developing into a teacher who creates a critical mass of Lean thinkers. Using standard work as a daily process to support Kaizen in work groups. Understanding the organizations Current State. Using Hoshin Kanri to focus energy on aligned learning circles and align people horizontally and vertically.
Investment: $89 | Lunch Included
Location: National Safety Council, Nebraska | 11620 M Cirlce | Omaha, NERegister Now for the Six Sigma Workshop
Trench Safety Stand Down Awareness Event
June 16, 2020
This awareness event will cover the following topics/sessions:
Job Safety Analysis - Stash Dwornicki, NSCN
Discover proven processes for controlling operating hazards and costs. You’ll learn how to develop and manage a JSA program and gain a better understanding of your role in making it effective.
Excavation Safety - United Rentals
By reaching as many workers as possible we can reduce the number of fatalities and serious injuries that occur each year in the industry, and make others, such as municipal and industry workers who are also exposed, aware of these serious hazards.
Trench Rescue Methods - Omaha Fire Department
Trenching and excavation work presents serious hazards to all workers involved. Cave-ins pose the greatest risk and are more likely than some other excavation-related incidents to result in worker fatalities.
Current on the Job Safety - Matt Thurlby, OSHA
Panel to include a Q&A session with representatives from our event partners.
Additional 10-15 minute breakout sessions to include: gas monitoring, soil analysis, tab data, and more.
Investment: $20 | Lunch Included
Time: 7:00am - 1:00pm
Location: Habitat for Humanity | 1701 N 24th St | Omaha, NE 68110
Event Partners:Register Now for the Trench Safety Stand Down Awareness Event
If you have a specific workshop need or topic suggestion, contact Susan Booth.