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Managing Health and Safety Risk in a Post-COVID World
When COVID-19 hit, everything changed for HSE managers, who suddenly found themselves front and center, navigating new pandemic-related safety measures. Join us for a panel discussion with two leading authorities on workplace safety, Keith Hole (veteran safety advisor from the UK, known as the Safety Man) and David Jaenike (US-based HSE specialist and founder of the online community Safety Knights), on how to mitigate the challenges associated with creating safer outcomes in the Post-COVID era.

During this live webinar, sponsored by Fulcrum, you’ll learn practical strategies for:

• Adapting new methods to protect employees while completing jobs efficiently
• Ensuring effective two-way communication while physical distancing
• Leveraging real-time data to gain a comprehensive view of your safety posture

Reserve your spot today!

Apr 28, 2021 12:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Keith Hole
Director @TSM UK Consulting Ltd
Keith Hole is a specialist in international accreditation and the implementation of behavioral management techniques in health and safety. He serves as a member of the council for the global safety body, The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health, and is a Fellow of IOSH and the IIRSM. He is also a past vice chairman of the IOSH Construction Group, supporting close to 50,000 members worldwide. Hole is an independent consultant and thought leader, helping business in the U.K., Europe and Middle East deliver lean health, safety and well-being to all. His cross-industry experience as both a consultant, client and contractor gives him unique knowledge in the working environment, helping to promote leading positive behaviors, drive positive safety and well-being, and realize business efficiencies.
David Jaenike
Founder @Safety Knights
David Jaenike has spent nearly 10 years working in various EHS positions to expand his knowledge in the field. David created Safety Knights in March 2020 in response to the lack of communities dedicated to health and safety professionals. Since launching, Safety Knights has grown to over 1,800 users. He graduated in 2013 from the University of Rochester with a degree in environmental science.