Cathy Hansell is the creator, executive producer and Host of Safety Breakthrough Talk Radio (SBTR).
Listen to Cathy interview national experts and government officials in safety, health, wellness, safe driving and sustainability topics.
also shares her
knowledge and experience in brief lectures on safety culture and business integration topics.
Safety Culture with Cathy Hansell
Safety Culture That Works and Lasts!
Safety culture is usually cited as the most critical aspect of having lasting and successful safety excellence.
However there is significant debate as to what is a safety culture, how to implement it, how to measure it and how to ensure it lasts and grows.
, as she
described in detail a proven successful definition and implementation approach.
shares the highlights of the strategy and roadmap that she
developed and used for over 25 years, as a senior safety executive in several global corporations.
Results speak for themselves, with robust SHE
cultures through leadership and employee engagement, alignment and integration of S&H/SHE into 24 business processes and injury rate reductions of 90%+, with simultaneous increases in productivity, quality and morale.
Working in industry for almost 30 years, Cathy has successfully educated and coached leaders of all levels, from crew chiefs and first line supervisors up to senior executives and the CEOs.
passion for partnering with leaders and helping them to be successful S&H or SHE
leaders, just as they are successful leaders in other aspects of business.
Through many iterations, Cathy
has developed a very simple 3-step approach to help all leaders to drive S&H or SHE
culture and excellence, while achieving superior business results.
Learn from Cathy
who has learned how to engage people's minds and hearts, and give them what they need to be motivated and successful!
Tune in to hear Cathy
story and successes.
and Casey discuss how to implement a culture of wellness, leveraging the NIOSH
Sara talks with Cathy
about the dangers of sleep deprivation and fatigue in our daily lives.
Montel Williams (Part 1) and Cathy Hansell (Part 2)