Every member of the organization fulfills a specific function to get the job done, and yet all are expected to be “responsible for safety.” How each person interprets that expectation is largely influenced by what they perceive is most important to their boss. Executives have a particularly wide scope of influence and accountability, so it is critical that they demonstrate commitment to safety through both words and actions, just as they do for production. It starts with leading by example, but true leadership goes beyond wearing proper PPE and ensuring others do the same.
Attendees will receive 1 Professional Development Hour (PDH) upon completion.
This session focuses on tactical activities for leaders and executives to create and sustain a culture of positive safety performance through leadership, communication, training and recognition. Safety doesn’t just happen – it is built through trust, consistency and accountability. Audience members will learn how to integrate these principles into their daily routines and performance cycles.
Who Should Attend
Leaders at all levels
Meet Your Instructor
Kelly Scott | Caterpillar Safety Services
Kelly Scott has 18 years of experience in consultative selling and account management experience across diverse industries, including IT, healthcare, manufacturing, construction, and the public sector. A passion for problem-solving, collaborative solutions, and a perpetual growth mindset drive her customer-first approach. Since joining Caterpillar Safety Services, she has helped many customers overcome organizational challenges by fostering growth and excellence through employee engagement, process improvement, and leadership empowerment. Her dedication to steering positive transformations, resulting in sustainable successes, highlights her commitment to positively impacting lives.