Hawaii Workshop

Half Day Hawaii Workshop

Join us for this special half-day, 4-hour crash course on improving performance in your organization. This workshop is made for CEOs, Senior Managers, HR & Safety Managers, Operations Managers, and Customer Satisfaction Managers.

  • Two sessions – two hours each (lunch included)
  • Session 1 – “Why Zero Injuries is not Your Goal” with Bill Sims
  • Session 2 – “The Bad Side of Town” with Jack Jackson
  • CEU’s awarded for both sessions

Session 1

Why Zero Injuries is Not Your Goal with Bill Sims

Millions of dollars are spent in search of Zero Injuries, the “Holy Grail” of safety. Many of these efforts have proved beneficial, and yet many others must be questioned.

Some of the finest safety cultures meet the goal of Zero Injuries, only to find that a tragic event shatters Zero, levaving it a hollow memory of what was, but no longer is.

Why does this happen?

Is Zero the right goal or is there a better one that will drive continuous safety improvement?

Join me at this session and learn what lies Beyond Zero and how this is the goal your culture must strive for to not only survive but to thrive in today’s competitive landscape. You can see a preview of this session at www.allaboutbehaviorchange.com.

This session scores 4.9 out of 5 with attendees and many have voted it “Best of NSC!”

October 8
9:30am – 2:30 pm
Two sessions – Two hours each
CEU’s awarded for both sessions

Lunch is included

Nordic PCL District Office
1099 Alakea Street, Ste 1600
Honolulu, HI 96813

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Session 2

The Bad Side of Town with Jack Jackson

Have you ever gone through the “bad side” of town? If so where was your awareness level?

Undoubtedly it was probably pretty high. Your awareness level was likely higher because, you have experienced negative behavior, potential threat, or real danger when you went into the bad side of town. Or perhaps you simply heard about terrible things happening there! Why is your awareness level so high when you enter into the bad side of town? Well, it really just boils down to self-preservation. You don’t want anything to happen to you!

The four states we find ourselves in most frequently when we are injured, or make an error are: rushing, frustration, fatigue, and complacency. These states are much like being in the bad side of town. If we think about all the injuries we’ve had in our lifetime, the majority of them occur as a result of something we’ve done ourselves. If we look at the last 10 scores on body most were self-inflicted, and most occurred while we’re in one or more of these four states. Therefore, we need to be on a higher state of alertness when we enter into one, or more of these states.

We are all familiar with these states, but it’s not like anyone else is going to warn you about them… this is something you must learn to do for yourself. When we enter the bad side of town, there are things we look for to alert us to it being a shady place.

During this session, we will explore some of the signs that you are in the bad side of town when it comes to your personal injuries, and errors.

We will break down each of the major injury and error causing states and give you some tools to help you when you’re in these four states, or the bad side of town.

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