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    February Program: Safety Leadership is Servant Leadership

    Date: February 9, 2022, 11:45am – 1:00pm
    Mt. Baker Chapter of SHRM
    LIVE Virtual Webinar
    Wednesday February 9, 11:45am - 1:00pm
    $15.00 for attendees, $5.00 for students
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    Safety Leadership is Servant Leadership

    As the world has shifted from the pandemic, EHS professionals are being given a real opportunity to be seen and heard. We need to ensure we are not just checking the boxes for the short-term, but instead making a change for the long-term effects on the workers. This means we need to be growing our safety leaders in the right direction.

    We must ensure that this direction is in alignment with the goals we will need now, more than ever, to increase our EQ, lead teams in positive ways, and learn to provide grace in this ever-changing life we are living in. Before we hit the new year, we need to be challenging ourselves to start 2022 off on the right food—the leadership foot.

    1. The generational gaps of communication and expectation barrier related to safety.

    2. Making safety integral to the tasks and jobs required of all employees – why leadership development is so important.

    3. Fear-based leadership transition challenges.

    4. Recruitment and retention safety challenges for 2022.

    5. Present and changing mindset of workplace culture and flexibility required to stay relevant.

    6. Covid-19’s role in our new lifestyle and leadership style.

    Presented by: Claire Beich

    Claire Beich is an Environmental Health & Safety professional and business owner. After getting a taste of safety in the US Army Claire was sought out to lead the safety program at her first job back home in Washington state.

    She spent her time while working in food manufacturing, construction, and construction material manufacturing industries earning her BA in Safety and Health, graduating Suma Cum Laude, attaining the GSP designation. Claire went on to sit for and pass her CSP and has been working for herself growing leaders in the safety industry, and providing audits, reports, and program creation for many companies. Her passion for safety is tangible and she is happy to share her drive and passion for safety with others.

    Generously Sponsored by: Ascend Consulting Environmental Health & Safety


    Elevating your company's EHS principles and culture through integrity, transparency, efficiency, and partnership!

    Whether you're just starting out needing full program creation or you are looking to get help with items such as LOTO, Confined Space Entry, translation of WISHA/OSHA standards or full documentation creation and program rehabilitation, I've got you covered. My mantra is: analyze, identify, advise, execute. The mission is to create relationships, not transactions. My promise is that I'll be there, as questions or issues arise, every step of the way. I blend what I have learned from EHS studies, applied use, Kaizen Philosophy and practical knowledge to best support you and your teams needs.



    • Event Cost: $15.00
    • Student: $5.00
    • Board Member: FREE


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