Systematic Slip, Trip, and Fall Prevention
Slips, trips, and falls have been a major incident cause across industries for as long as causes have been tracked. Unfortunately, even though new technologies are available, accident rates remain high. This session will approach the issue from the perspective that a relatively straightforward set of factors need to be carefully and consistently managed to reduce risks in this area, and that going beyond a superficial treatment of seemingly obvious measures is essential for real progress in this area. This session will cover the key things that must be understood, considered, and implemented for the prevention of slips, trips, and falls. We will focus on the key areas of floor-related issues and footwear, as well as the often-overlooked area of walking style. Each participant will leave with practical measures they can implement at their facility immediately. Though this session is focused on same-level falls and will not cover elevated location fall protection, many of the points covered will be useful for those seeking to prevent falls from heights as well.
During this live webcast, David Natalizia, of Dynamic Safety, Inc, will equip you with a big-picture approach to slip, trip, and fall prevention, stressing several key approaches to risk reduction in this area.
This LIVE webcast event will take place on Wednesday, May 6th at 11am Central/Noon Eastern.
During this webcast, you will:
- REVIEW slip, trip, and fall risks
- LEARN how to prioritize issues
- EXPLORE some basic causal factors
- DISCOVER the slip, trip, and fall "triangle"
- LEARN about systematic prevention
- EXPLORE floor, footwear and walking style factors
- LEARN about approaches to monitoring
- DISCOVER how to collect and use incident data
What You’ll Walk Away With:
- Access to the archived recording of the webcast for 30 days.
- 0.2 CEUs
This 90 minute webcast will broadcast live at 11:00am Central/Noon Eastern on Wednesday, May 6th.
- Member Price $95.00
- AIHA/ACHMM $105.00 (PLEASE NOTE: When registering online, you must enter the following coupon code for a $10.00 discount: AIHA1911 You may register online as a "Non-Member" and enter this coupon code into the field for "Registration Discount Code.")
- List Price $115.00
About the Speaker
David Natalizia is the founder and principal of Dynamic Safety Incorporated, a consulting firm specializing in safety management, workplace accident prevention, and safety program development.
David Natalizia has worked in industry for over 22 years, in both operations and safety roles. He has developed and implemented safety programs for manufacturing, transportation, retail, and lodging operations. David has developed slip and fall prevention programs for major foodservice operators, theme parks, and hotels, has provided courtroom testimony related to slip and fall cases, and is certified in slip resistance measurement (CXLT). David’s articles and interviews have been published in the American Society of Safety Engineers “Compass” and “Proceedings” publications, as well as “Occupational Hazards” and “Occupational Health and Safety” magazines. David has presented sessions on slip and fall prevention and hospitality safety each year since 2003 at the American Society of Safety Engineers Annual Conference and Exposition, the premier conference for safety professionals in the world.
Companies in the Western United States and beyond have reduced their accident costs and increased safe performance with David’s guidance. He has provided consultation and training to executives, managers, and front-line personnel on numerous topics, including safety awareness, ergonomics, behavioral safety, regulatory issues, root cause analysis, and slip, trip, and fall prevention.
Prior to beginning his own consulting firm, David was employed as Senior Safety Representative for the Disneyland Resort, working with operating and support areas and leading safety efforts for all of Disney’s Anaheim-based hotel operations. David’s 13 years with the Walt Disney Company also included positions in operations and human resources.
David studied Industrial Design and Technology Education at California State University, Long Beach, and holds a bachelors degree in Management from Azusa Pacific University. He holds certificates from the State of California in Motion Picture Safety and Pyrotechnics safety. David is a professional member of the American Society of Safety Engineers, Serving as Chair of the Hospitality Branch of the Management Practice Specialty and as a member of the Consultants’ practice specialty. David serves as secretary of committee f13.10 on traction in the American Society of Testing and Materials committee F13, Pedestrian/Walkway safety and footwear.
Dynamic Safety Inc. is based in Costa Mesa, California and Castle Rock, Colorado, and can be reached at 800-558-5003 or on the web at http://www.dynamicsafety.com David Natalizia can be reached via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org