Safety Council Webinar
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"Strengthen Your Safety Program With a Better Communication Strategy"
Join us for the Safety Council September Webinar featuring: Katie Woodhall and Ami Gignac, Sparrow Tale.
Need to make your safety program more accessible and easier to digest? Maybe, you don't need to change your safety program, but rather find a better way to communicate it. During this webinar you will learn how to:
- Strip down the meetings and verbiage to what needs to be said
- Create an environment where employees are encouraged to participate
- Couple your safety program with a clear and concise communication strategy
Front line workers and middle managers are the foundation of any safety program. They complete the majority of work and communicate expectations. However, they are only as successful as the support they receive. Explore ways your business can strengthen its safety program with simple solutions to your communication strategy and style.
Cost: FREE, but please register by Monday, Sept. 28 at 5 p.m.
ABOUT THE FY21 SCSC WEBINAR SERIES:
The Ohio BWC has asked all Ohio Safety Councils to conduct all meetings virtually (online only) until July 2021. Each FREE, live webinar will feature dynamic speakers followed by a short Q&A session.
You do not need to be a Stark County Safety Council member to attend. ALL are welcome!
MEET THE SPEAKERS:
From small family businesses to global corporations, Katie Woodhall, has always felt that a workforce is any organization’s truest asset. Grounded in an Art History education, she has a knack for finding clarity in chaos and connection when it is often dismissed. After spending nearly two decades working in various leadership roles in multimillion-dollar corporations, Katie enhances corporate brand strategies by simplifying problems to create clarity and efficiency, while strengthening team dynamics and creating harmony. She embraces the motto “go slow to go fast”, and strives to always pause and reflect when finding new avenues of growth for organizations in places that may have been overlooked. Her HR knowledge and skills application in multiple work environments assist her ability to be a relatable and effective manager and safety professional. Katie holds a BA in Organizational Development and Leadership from Walsh University and a BA in Art History and Criticism from Kent State University.
After earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Mining Engineering from Colorado School of Mines, Ami Gignac, began her career as a front-line shift supervisor at one of the largest limestone quarries in Ohio. Over the past 20 years, she has worked for aggregate producers leading, managing, developing, and inspiring multi-generational employees. Ami provides the unique dual perspective of on-the-ground and behind-a-desk leadership with a large corporation, privately owned companies, and small businesses. She draws on her vast industry knowledge to offer the most effective solutions to any problem that arises. Ami has a wide range of experience in the construction materials and industrial minerals industries in executive management positions, as well as advisory roles and contract management assignments. She has a proven track record of turning around under achieving labor forces to gain record productivity and unapparelled safety records. When you ask Ami how her career took her from a limestone quarry to a receivership in hospitality, her explanation is simple, “I’m inspired by a challenge and the opportunity to redesign success".