HSSE-SR: Behavior Based Safety & Reducing Risk Tolerance (How Not to Fail in Taking the Big Step from Theory to Practice)

Speaker Mr. Jack Toellner, ExxonMobil Devlopment Company
Senior Safety Consultant ExxonMobil Development Company   Mr. Toellner is a Senior Safety Consultant for ExxonMobil and has responsibility for providing technical safety and leadership support to construction and management teams around the world.  Mr. Toellner has been with ExxonMobil for 30 + years, and has professional and management experience in construction management, ...

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Senior Safety Consultant ExxonMobil Development Company


 



Mr. Toellner is a Senior Safety Consultant for ExxonMobil and has responsibility for providing technical safety and leadership support to construction and management teams around the world.  Mr. Toellner has been with ExxonMobil for 30 + years, and has professional and management experience in construction management, engineering and design, environmental affairs, and safety.  He is both a registered professional engineer and a certified safety professional.  Mr. Toellner holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Texas A & M University, and a Masters of Public Health degree in Occupational Safety and Health Management from Tulane University.

 



Mr. Toellner's business and industry support activities have taken him to 25 + countries around the world, and he has received multiple awards and recognitions throughout his career for his contributions to improving the development and execution of environmental and safety programs both for Exxon Mobil and industry.

 



Mr. Toellner will be representing the Center for Offshore Safety which has defined its mission as promoting the highest level of safety for offshore drilling, completions & operations by facilitating effective leadership, teamwork, utilization of disciplined management systems, and independent third-party auditing & certification.

Full Description

Many accidents can be attributed to unsafe behaviors linked to individuals (and teams) that have (in relative terms) a higher tolerance for taking unnecessary risk.  Industry, and the safety profession, has recognized that reducing risk tolerance will lead to improved safe behaviors that inherently lead to a reduced number of accidents and subsequent injuries.  This presentation is designed to help increase understanding of both the prevailing theories behind behavior based safety and risk reduction, and the strategies necessary to increase an organization’s chance of success when implementing behavior based safety and risk reduction programs.

When?

Tue, Sep. 24, 2013
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. US/Central

How Much?

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Where?

Petroleum Club
800 Bell Street, 43rd Floor
Houston, Texas 77002
USA

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