The best safety training to prevent injuries
Carl Potter is an experienced Certified Safety Professional. He wrote and has delivered this workshop to thousands of workers, supervisors, and executives so that they know what to look for and how to mitigate hazards to reduce the risk of injury.
Since 1992 he has been a trusted advisor to high-risk industries across the globe. Carl is also a highly sought after keynote speaker, author of more than 14 safety books, and is the co-founder of the Safety Institute.
The first thing Carl does is visit your workplace to learn more about your hazards. He spends time observing and taking pictures that will be used in your customized hazard recognition workshop.
During the walk-through if Carl finds a condition that could lead to a fine from OSHA or be immediately threatening to life, he will inform you and advise you in mitigating the risk. Many clients have found this to be worth scheduling the first workshop.
His style is to challenge the participants and engage them in discussions that will lead them to go out and find hazards to mitigate. This creates a workplace where it is difficult to get hurt.
Schedule your first class as a pilot to see if it hits the mark. Following the class an evaluation will determine if the participants agree or disagree that everyone should attend this class.
To learn more about the guarantee contact Carl by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a call and learn more.
This is the best safety training you can give your employees. Hazard recognition is the cornerstone of any successful safety process. In all industries where people and equipment are involved, the workplaces become dangerous primarily when employees do not practice hazard recognition. In more than 35 years of industry experience Carl Potter found that employees are trained to control hazards, yet aren’t trained hazard recognition. In an attempt to help you avoid all injuries and damage to vehicles, equipment and property, Carl designed a solution: Hazard Recognition Workshop.
For information about an on-site workshop email: email@example.com
There is a reason that OSHA’s General Duty Clause states that employers will provide a workplace free of known hazards. All osha training promotes hazard recognition. Hazards cause injury and damage to equipment and property. Injuries from hazards impact families every year and damage to equipment cost organizations thousands of dollars every year. When would you like to get control of the hazards causing injury in your workplace?
Imagine a worksite where everyone takes responsibility for hazard recognition and control.
Begin the process of creating safety competency in your employees by scheduling a workshop at your location, or attending a workshop.
Email Carl Potter at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 800.259.6209 to schedule a call or request a quote
Read an article co-authored by Carl Potter in Power Magazine: