A five-level checklist will be distributed and completing the self--assessment will be part of the webinar.
- Measure yourself against the five levels of safety program maturity
- Verify, through a balanced set of metrics, that maturity at each level is achieved
- Design an implementation strategy, focused on three key programs that integrate metrics, management accountability and employee engagement, to move forward.
- Webcast with 30 day access to archived recording for ANYTIME/ANYWHERE viewing
- Slides from the session
- 0.2 CEUs
- Member Price: $95.00
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- List Price: $115.00
PAUL A. ESPOSITO, CIH, CSP
President and Owner
STAR Consultants, Inc.
Since 1997, Mr. Esposito has been President of STAR Consultants, Inc. With over 33 years of technical experience, Mr. Esposito has led HSE consulting organizations for over 25 years. He has a Masters in Health and Safety from Johns Hopkins University. Most recently, Mr. Esposito was a Vice President and Practice Leader of Management Systems and Assessments for ESIS Inc., the consulting arm of ACE Insurance Co. Mr. Esposito is also a Certified Safety Professional and a Certified Industrial Hygienist.
Based in Annapolis, MD, Mr. Esposito assists STAR customers worldwide in the implementation, delivery and assessment (audit) capabilities of EHS programs, including the development of strategic planning, leading metrics (to include risk-based metrics utilizing a balanced scorecard approach), organizational culture and management systems (to include VPP). Mr. Esposito regularly provides senior and executive level consulting for management systems, strategic planning, cultural improvements and surveys and risk assessment for global (worldwide) customers, and presents on these topics at industry conferences throughout North America and worldwide. He regularly publishes in technical journals and presents at conferences and seminars nationally and internationally.
Specifically for HSE, recent experience includes industries within nuclear, power, construction, engineering, services and manufacturing companies. Part of his strategic planning process experience is years of organizational analysis. Mr. Esposito has been technical lead in reviewing EHS programs and staff utilization for companies from a number of industries, to include manufacturing, pharmaceutical, construction and engineering and airplane repair companies, service, as well as a major Federal Agency, among others. As part of his safety management systems experience, Mr. Esposito has assisted over 200 sites in evaluating and developing SMS and VPP (OSHA's Voluntary Protection Program) level programs. In addition, Mr. Esposito develops and performs audit and assessment programs for Fortune 500 customers worldwide, for both compliance as well as management systems.
As ACE (ESIS' parent organization) insures many of the airports nationally, Mr. Esposito has been integral in assisting the FAA with their SMS (safety management systems) Pilot Study for the past 4 years for a number of U.S. based airports.
These SMS strategic planning efforts include executive level surveys, worker and program perception surveys, conference facilitations and presentations and HSE professional development.
Part of successfully managing HSE programs is the creation and implementation of software systems and database applications. Mr. Esposito has developed and led the development of software applications; from simple spreadsheets to powerful database driven information systems.