The Best of Forum series features encore webinar presentations of the top-rated sessions from the 23rd Annual EHS Management Forum in Charlotte, North Carolina. These interactive presentations are peer-led case studies from leading companies that represent the latest in EHS and sustainability management. If you missed the Forum, this series is an effective way to benchmark your program, ask questions, and share the Forum experience with your team.
Safety Culture Re-Invigoration
Tuesday December 8, 2015
1:00 -2:30 p.m.
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Cost: $99 for Members, $189 for Non-Members
How can organizations look at safety culture with fresh eyes? Are your safety indicators trending the wrong way? Has safety taken a back seat to other priorities? If so, it might be time to refresh your safety culture program. Learn the symptoms of safety culture decline, and hear what others have done to reinvigorate or recreate their programs.
- Aaron Duff, Director of EHS Standardization; Johnson & Johnson
- Mike Lloyd, Director: Environmental, Health, Safety, and Sustainability; Huber Engineered Woods
- Frank Marino, Corporate EHS Manager; The Raytheon Co.
Moderator: Annette Russo, Manager, Communications, Training- Worldwide EHS; Johnson & Johnson
An EHS&S professional for nearly 20 years with extensive global and site operational experience, Aaron Duff is Director of Global EHS&S Standardized Solutions for Johnson & Johnson. Duff's experience has included strategic and tactical responsibilities both at the site and enterprise level over all areas of safety, health, risk management, engineering, and management systems. He is currently an active committee member of NFPA 51b, 350, 600, 601. Within Johnson & Johnson he has been leading a global initiative to standardize Safety Culture across an organization of 120,000+ employees in 250+ operating companies at 900+ sites, including manufacturing, R&D, offices, and fleet operations. The Johnson & Johnson Safety Culture initiative is outlined in their “Safety Culture Roadmap,” which describes the company's beliefs and commitment to safety as well as tactical requirements for all operations to embed into their management systems.
Aaron is a graduate of Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania, where he earned a BS in Safety and Environmental Management. He also holds a MBA in Business Administration from Dowling College School of Business. He is a Certified Fire Protection Specialist (CFPS). Before joining Johnson & Johnson, Duff held management roles at Bristol-Myers Squibb, DuPont, and The Hartford.
Frank Marino is a Senior Corporate Environmental, Health and Safety Manager at Raytheon Co., where he works on a variety of EHS challenges including auditing, corporate social responsibility reporting, sustainability, injury prevention, OSHA VPP, installing electric vehicle charging stations, and enterprise e-waste management.
He has more than 30 years of experience in industrial EHS management, including auditing manufacturing plants in a variety of settings including computers, appliances, military hardware and aircraft.
Frank holds a master's degree in environmental engineering from the University of Massachusetts at Lowell.
Michael Lloyd is Director for EHS & Sustainability for Huber Engineered Woods. He has worked in Europe and the US and had Global responsibilities in previous roles. He earned his Bachelor's Degree in Great Britain and a Master's Degree in the US. In his current role Mike is defining the organizations roadmap to World Class EHS & S Performance that includes Sustainability Strategy, Environmental footprint reduction and a World Class Safety Culture.
Green Tie Blog Post
Is your company’s safety culture ripe for a reboot? No matter how mature your program there’s always room for improvement, according to Annette Russo, Seniorr. Manager of Communications and Training for Environment, Health, Safety and Sustainability at Johnson & Johnson. She spoke to NAEM about the session she moderatedat NAEM’s 2015 EHS Management Forum in Charlotte and how to spot the signs of safety culture fatigue. -http://www.thegreentie.org/voices/breathing-new-life-into-your-companys-safety-culture