Brian Fielkow:
Making Safety Happen
Video Training Series

An Online Video Training Series Designed to Help You Build Safety Excellence via Frontline Employee Empowerment

It is impossible to achieve sustainable success if your company is blind to safety.  You cannot have a safety culture until everyone in your company understands safety is more than just the daily actions you take. Safety is really about who you are as a company.  The Making Safety Happen video training series is designed to help you build a safety culture of excellence.

A safety department can train, coach, and mentor, but only an operationally aligned organization can execute on safety with excellence. Safety execution requires a different and vastly broader approach than regulatory compliance. It must be driven by company leadership and anchored to the frontline.

Why Safety is Actually a Strategic Choice

When it comes to safety, it’s less about rules and regulations and more about managing behavior and realizing that safety is not a cost. Safety is a strategic choice with profound results to your company’s bottom line.

Safety Culture vs. Cost Culture: What’s the Difference?

A successful business is one that builds a safety culture, not a cost culture. If you think an investment in safety is too expensive, consider the opposite. Ignoring safety ultimately will lead to accidents, litigation, increased insurance costs, product failures, damaged reputations, poor employee morale, and eventually, business failure.

The Leading Guide to Workplace Safety

Stop the constant worry about safety problems with tools designed to help you create a vibrant safety culture that emphasizes accident prevention, a safe and engaged workplace, and unparalleled customer satisfaction.

This weekly online video training program teaches you how to unlock new patterns of thinking and behavior so that you can achieve the right results. Because safety is leader-driven and employee owned, this video series will engage everyone from senior leadership to frontline employees.

In this training series, you will learn:

  • How to lay the foundation for a world class safety program
  • How to debunk safety myths that endanger your workplace
  • How to build a culture of trust because safety is a team sport
  • Accountability vs. Safety: You can’t have one without the other
  • How to identify shortcuts and stop them from killing your business
  • What safety alerts are needed to avoid complacency

Plus, you’ll leave each training with high-value ideas to implement or discuss that will easily and quickly propel your company towards success in reaching safety excellence. You’ll understand that safety is not a program. It’s a foundation to maximize productivity and your financial returns.

About Brian Fielkow

Featuring Brian Fielkow, Making Safety Happen walks you through the steps Brian took at Jetco Delivery, a Houston-based transportation firm, to build a safety culture that he attributes to growing his company eight-fold. Brian has over 25 years’ experience leading safety sensitive businesses in a variety of high consequence industries, from Fortune 100 companies to privately held businesses. The principles that drive safe outcomes apply regardless of company size.

Brian is an Amazon #1 Best Selling Author who has written two books: Leading People Safely: How to Win on the Business Battlefield and Driving to Perfection: Achieving Business Excellence by Creating a Vibrant Company Culture. He has been featured in The Wall Street Journal and has also appeared on numerous radio programs to discuss the topic of safety. He contributes to Entrepreneur.com and other publications. Brian is the recipient of the Vistage International Member Leadership Award for Judgment and is a member of the Board of Directors of Affinity Insurance, LTD., where he also serves on the Board’s risk control committee. He holds a B.A. from the University of Wisconsin – Madison and a J.D. from Northwestern University School of Law.

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