A boot camp is a short and intense program designed to give you the basic training needed to succeed at a given profession. This boot camp will do exactly that for you as an upcoming or experienced safety professional. You’ll learn and practice the skills you need, have opportunities to ask questions about the challenges you face, discuss solutions for those challenges, and network with your peers. You’ll leave ready, able, and eager to make your organization safer and more successful.
$399 /25% off for USOLN Members
Dates: March 7th, 14th, 21st, and 28th
Time: 1:00pm to 3:00pm ET
David McPeak, CSP, CHST, CIT, CUSP, CSSM, is the Director of Professional Development at the Incident Prevention Institute of UBM and author of the book Frontline Leadership – The Hurdle. He holds a degree in Information Systems and Operations Management; has multiple certifications and professional designations; and has received numerous awards. David has served on OSHA Partnerships; executive and editorial boards; professional committees; an apprenticeship council, and industry SME panels. He has extensive experience in utilities, construction, and transportation. His expertise includes leadership; human performance; safety; training; and professional development. He is also a Certified Trainer and an Advanced Certified Practitioner in the areas of DISC, Motivators, Emotional Intelligence, Decision Making, and Learning Styles. David loves to spend time with his wife and son and enjoys volunteering for various roles and projects in his church and community. He loves working out, Legos, sports, and plays golf but is not a golfer. He is passionate about personal and professional development and believes adaptability, competence, confidence are key to success.
It is strongly recommended you discuss any actions or policy changes with your company management prior to implementation.
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