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Since 2005, Optimum Safety Management (OSM) has been dedicated to protecting workers, mitigating risk, and developing leaders in Metals Service Centers. We take organizations beyond compliance and checklists with a systematic and sustainable approach to safety focused on employee engagement and leadership development.
Optimum Center for Safety Leadership®
“I’ve never seen our team so engaged and excited. And the conversations started during these workshops haven’t stopped. Months later, we’re still seeing the impact of these workshops – but I guess that’s the point.”
Mark Atkins, Jr.
General Manager, Benchmark Construction
Don’t Guess. Get an Answer. Receive expert advice on safety-related questions. Common questions include:
- Does a safety incentive program work?
- I’ve received an OSHA citation. What do I do?
- Is there a way to document training records and certifications to access easily?
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Learn About Our Work with North Shore Steel Co.
Is it possible for an organization to reduce OSHA Recordable Incidents by 73% in one year? For North Shore Steel Co., it was certainly possible. Learn how this organization took ownership and built a culture of safety.
Fundamentals of Safety for the Metals Industry
Learn the principles and practices of effective safety management.
Through interactive sessions with consulting safety professionals, participants will gain an understanding in: the framework for safety management, regulatory requirements, industry-specific risks, and developing an action plan.
Executive Leadership Workshop
Visualize a culture of safety with the highest levels of the organization.
What does great look like? As an organization adopts safety into the culture, the company’s leaders must know what goal they’re working towards. We’ll partner with you to facilitate a strategy towards a successful culture of safety throughout the organization.
Leadership Development Series
Invest in safety leaders across the organization to build a winning culture.
As an organization engages safety, all leaders must be informed and equipped to carry out their role as a safety leader. This series includes five workshops specifically designed to engage leaders through processes, defined behaviors and development of interpersonal skills. The five workshops included in this series are:
- Safety Leadership
- Safety Contacts
- Physical Hazard Inspection
- Job Safety Briefings
- Incident Response & Investigation
Leaders from any function in the organization will walk away with the knowledge and skills necessary to become a champion for safety. Action items and clear objectives prepare the leader to take learning beyond the classroom and implement course material immediately.
Ready to Empower Leaders Across Your Organization?
Contact us to learn how together we can implement these workshops in your workplace to engage leaders.
How Do You Know Where to Start?
The P3 Safety Culture Analysis™ measures 30 Key Performance Indicators across 5 categories to identify gaps in the system.