- Personal values and motivations for safety
- Understanding different personality styles
- REAL Safety Success
- Relationships & building connections
- Equipping our teams in safety
- Attitudes (safety is all about attitude)
- Safety leadership
- Levels of competency and how complacency can occur
- Risks assessment & Maslow's hierarchy of needs (high level discussion)
- Risk tolerance: realizing we are all different and why
- Heightened personal motivation to elevate safety
- Increased awareness on indirect impacts of an incident
- Increased awareness on effects of complacency
- Being a safety influencer within the organization
- Elevate team safety communication
- Improved safety relationships
Participants will receive a training manual and safety achievement certificate.
Please note that this event does not include lunch. Options include: bring your own lunch, purchasing from the Co-op or by express order from Rusty’s on the day of the event.
Thank you to The Personal for sponsoring this event to provide a reduced rate for all attendees.
About the Presenter
Amy was born and raised on a mixed farm near Bonnyville, Alberta. Amy sometimes jokes that some of the shortcuts she witnessed on the farm were what led her to safety. She is blessed with various backgrounds of work experience such as farming, working as a labourer, a fourth class power engineer, and an oilfield operator. It was Amy’s experience in the oilfield that brought her to the realization “there are much safer ways to do things!” While sitting in on an H2S class, Amy loved the training course so much she said “I would love to be part of influencing people's safety"... so she did! That created the start of Safety Buzz in 2004 and F&S Safety Buzz in 2018. In 2016, Amy became a John Maxwell certified speaker, trainer, and coach to elevate her leadership skills and add value to others. Amy has had the enjoyment of presenting motivational messages to clients such as Canlin Energy, Methanex, City of Medicine Hat Natural Gas Department, Ember Energy, many agricultural societies, and Canadian Society of Safety Engineers to name a few.