March 2, 2010 | Barb Carr

Corrective Actions for Culture Problems (Fixing Employee Communications NI + More)

Have you created some corrective actions that look great on paper, but when implemented have had little or no effect? You may be missing a very important, yet often overlooked, aspect to your organization … its culture.

Brian W. Tink will be presenting “Corrective Actions for Culture Problems (Fixing Employee Communications NI + More)” at the 2010 TapRooT® Summit.

Organizational culture has been proven to have a measurable and significant impact on safety, job performance, and the organization’s bottom line. Find out how you can create corrective actions that can improve your performance while positively shaping your organization’s culture at the Summit.

About the presenter:

4786brian-w-tink-portraits-0041During the latter part of Brian Tink’s career at Hydro One (starting in 1994), he specialized in health, safety and environmental matters. Before pursuing other interests, he held the title of Manager of Health, Safety & Environment Field Support for Hydro One Networks, Inc. This branch of Hydro One delivers electrical service to homes and businesses across the province of Ontario, Canada. Hydro One owns over 90,000 miles of Transmission and Distribution Lines, serves 1.3 million customers with 4,600 regular employees.

In this position, while reporting to the VP HSE, he was called to analyze and investigate safety incidents that occurred. He has facilitated or been part of the action plan development for numerous investigations, approximately 30-40 per year since 2000. The position involved working with and reviewing incident reports and action plans with other Line of Business VP’s and Directors. The lines of business included Construction, Lines, Station Maintenance and Forestry type work activities. He has also been called to lead or participate in investigations where a high level of scrutiny is expected for the results or there is significant need to identify areas of improvement.

During his career, he had the opportunity to attend an extensive amount of training and seminars. The training resulted in becoming a Certified Registered Safety Professional in Canada and a Certified Utility Safety Administrator through the National Safety Council in the USA. Both of these certifications require safety management theoretical knowledge, testing and several years safety management experience.

Reserve your seat at the Summit, October 27-29, 2010 in San Antonio, Texas today!

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