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Safety Fest TN | April 29 - May 3, 2019
Safety Fest TN | April 29 - May 3, 2019

Creating a Safety Culture – another great “free” class at Safety Fest TN!

Creating a Safety Culture

Monday, April 29, 2019 1:00 pm, Bill Prather, will present Creating a Safety Culture. All classes, sessions, and demonstrations at Safety Fest TN are free – registration is required to ensure enough space. More info below.

The Class

Join safety trainer and speaker, Bill Prather, as he shares information derived from the FDRSAFETY Attitude-Based Safety Culture Training Program. This interactive and motivational presentation will take participants on a journey of self-reflection and realization on why safety matters. It is centered on the principles of “Wanting to be Safe for family” versus “Having to be Safe for fear of being caught, injured or disciplined.” In a world where safety is normally addressed in a “how to” be safe manner, it’s time to increase awareness of why we should be safe.

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The Instructor

Bill Prather, FDRSAFETY. Bill is a highly experienced safety trainer, speaker and EHS program auditor with a track record of helping companies reduce their OSHA recordable rates. He has worked with companies in Europe, South America, Australia, the Middle East, the Caribbean and throughout the U.S. Working with Ford Motor Co., Bill designed, tested and implemented their Environmental Safety and Health Assessment Review Process called SHARP. Bill also had extensive training and auditing experience with the Pepsi Bottling Group.

Safety Fest TN

Safety Fest TN provides a week of free safety and health training annually in Oak Ridge, and Knoxville, Tennessee, and is dedicated to the mission of making the region the safest place to work and live in the United States. The classes, demonstrations, and sessions are free to all who register to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to learn safety and health skills.

The event will be held April 29 – May 3, 2019 at multiple locations in Oak Ridge and Knoxville, Tennessee. It is the combined efforts small and large businesses; local, state, and federal agencies; colleges and universities; and non-profit organizations.

“Safety at work, at home, and in the community.”

Last year’s event included 110 free safety classes, sessions, and demonstrations. The 125 instructors and presenters were graciously provided by 105 organizations, just like yours, giving back to the community. Your organization can partner, sponsor or provide resources too – showing commitment to safety at work, at home, and in the community!

Class schedule has launched and online registration is available.

Exhibition spaces and sponsorship opportunities are available now!

For more information visit: https://safetyfesttn.org

Safety Fest TN