Safety Can Be Learned

February 2, 2015

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The EnPro Learning System is a proven path to safety excellence. Based on the fundamental principle that one injury is one too many, it was created by operations and safety experts from throughout the larger EnPro organization.

The system includes consulting services, risk management, training courses, seminars and materials to help other companies develop and implement effective safety systems of their own. Twice named one of America’s safest companies, EnPro has developed a gamut of best practices tested in its own heavy manufacturing facilities to move an organization toward to zero injuries.

EnPro safety coaches have helped more than 100 companies, large and small, implement effective safety systems. Starting with an assessment of their current system, each implementation plan is tailored to the individual organization, building on its existing culture and system. 

In addition, opportunities are sought to achieve business value from the safety system, including cost savings and avoidance, increased efficiency and reliability, less duplication and conflict, better communication and a more robust safety culture. The 12-stage process takes two years to complete, including auditing and sustainability.

Schedulded for April 7-8, 2015 in Daytona Beach, Florida, USA is an EnPro Learning System Safety Summit, an intensive two-day training event to introduce attendees to the complete safety plan.  Keynote speakers include EnPro CEO Steve Macadam, Corporate Director of the EnPro Learning System Joe Wheatley; EnPro Safety Coaches John Neubauer, Kelly Schulp and Erin Rafter; and Technetics Group VP of Operations Luke Chassereau.

Scheduled for May 19-20, 2015 in Neuss, Germany is an EnPro Learning System Safety Summit, an intensive two-day training event to introduce attendees to the complete safety plan.  Keynote speakers include Corporate Director of the EnPro Learning System Joe Wheatley; EnPro COO Ken Walker; EnPro Safety Coaches John Neubauer, Kelly Schulp and Erin Rafter; and Technetics Group VP of Operations Luke Chassereau.

 Among the topics discussed will be safety metrics, behavior-based training, safety communication and others. For more information, visit https://www.enprolearning.com/.

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