Safety Leadership – What Does It Look Like, What’s New, and What’s Next?

Presenter: Jonathan Zimmerman

Jonathan will take attendees through tips on safety leadership he has accumulated over the years and will lead a discussion of future trends and thoughts on where fresh and new safety culture and leadership ideas may be coming from. Severe Injury and Fatality (SIF) Prevention, Human Performance, visual literacy, research from Campbell Institute, Lessons from History, and JZ’s (what’s up with that) trademark color Orange?

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Enhance your Safety Program with QR Codes

Topic: Training with Q/R Code Tracking

Presenter: Chris Brennan, Safety Manager with Premiere Property Services

We have all seen and probably used a QR Code when we have had to enter a building to submit a Covid-19 health screen questionnaire. Or have you ever wondered how a restaurant uses QR Codes to allow you view their menu while sitting at a table? This virtual chapter meeting will show you how to utilize this technology and how it can enhance your safety program. Think about getting rid of paper copies of PIT Daily Checklists or how to link up a toolbox talk to a mobile workforce as two examples.

Using QR Codes to Enhance Workplace Safety Programs
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WMASSP Members Visit the Zoo

Chris Kamp, GSP, Safety Coordinator for John Ball Park Zoo in Grand Rapids, Michigan welcomed WMASSP members to discuss emergency response and safety at the zoo. The Zoo’s mission is “To help all individuals gain information about, respect for, and an understanding of the animal kingdom by providing quality zoological facility that promotes good animal husbandry, provides diverse educational opportunities, actively participates in local, state, and national conservation and research programs and achieves a significant breeding and reproductive record.” The urban Zoo is governed by Kent County. It is the first zoo in the State to receive accreditation by the American Association of Zoos and Aquariums.