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Strategies for Improving and Maintaining Safety, Health, and Environmental Performance

This one day workshop, designed for professionals, managers, and executives who have been given the responsibility of creating, implementing, and validating strategic plans for improving organizational Safety, Health and Environmental performance. 

Participants will learn to:

  • Test execution of the current SH&E plan and identify disablers or issues that may be holding the organization back
  • Define success and key elements
  • Create a forward focused and strategic SH&E journey plan, and test utilizing Socratic thinking processes
  • Determine appropriate pace and direction of SH&E journey plan 
  • Gain alignment vertically and horizontally across the organization
  • Validate organizational embracement and execution of the plan

Instructor: Jack Toellner

Mr. Toellner retired after 30 + as a Senior Safety Consultant for ExxonMobil. He was responsible for providing technical safety and leadership support to construction and management teams around the world.  Mr. Toellner has professional and management experience in construction management, engineering and design, environmental affairs, and safety.  He is both a registered professional engineer and a certified safety professional.  Mr. Toellner holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Texas A & M University, and a Masters of Public Health degree in Occupational Safety and Health Management from Tulane University.

Mr. Toellner's business and industry support activities have taken him to 25 + countries around the world, and he has received multiple awards and recognitions throughout his career for his contributions to improving the development and execution of environmental and safety programs both for Exxon Mobil and industry.

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