ProAct Safety to Participate in 2012 Safety Conferences

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Safety excellence company to present advanced safety improvement topics.

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These safety events...allow for the unfiltered idea-sharing so critical in our industry.

ProAct Safety, an international safety excellence consulting firm, announced its participation in several 2012 local and national safety and industry conferences with presentations on various safety performance and improvement topics. In addition to ProAct Safety’s 2012 public workshops, these conference sessions will convey vital information about successful and sustainable safety processes.

“We are honored to present our approaches to safety excellence in these talks. These safety events are some of the best ways for individuals to maintain their commitment to enhancing safety and learn new ideas to transform results and increase value to the organization. They allow for the unfiltered idea-sharing so critical in our industry,” said Shawn M. Galloway, President of ProAct Safety. “The presentations are full of internally-implementable ideas for organizations to significantly improve not only the culture and performance of safety, but all areas of operations as well.”

Throughout the year, ProAct Safety will contribute safety expertise at the following events:
National Safety Council, webinar (online; January 18)

  •     Safety Measurement: The Dysfunctional Big Picture

American Society of Safety Engineers, SeminarFest (Las Vegas, NV; February 2 – 4)

  •     Using Near-Miss Data for Successful Loss Control
  •     Training Supervisors to be Safety Coaches
  •     A Balanced Scorecard Approach to Determine Safety Program Effectiveness

International Association of Drilling Contractors, Health Safety Environment & Training Conference & Exhibition (Houston, TX; February 7)

  •     Teaching Supervisors to be Safety Coaches

Business & Legal Resources, webinar (online; February 22)

  •     Behavior-Based Safety - A Streamlined Cost-Conscious Approach That Brings Results

Indiana Safety & Health Conference (Indianapolis, IN; March 13)

  •     Teaching Supervisors to be Safety Coaches

National Safety Council Texas Safety Conference & Expo (Galveston, TX; March 19 – 20)

  •     The Contributing Factors of Behavior Based Safety Failures
  •     S.T.E.P.S. (Strategic Targets for Excellent Performance in Safety)

Business & Legal Resources, webinar (online; March 29)

  •     Reducing Human Error

American Public Power Association, Engineering & Operations Technical Conference (Cleveland, OH; April 15)

Industry Week’s Best Plants Conference (Indianapolis, IN; April 24 or 25)

  •     Teaching Supervisors to Become Performance Coaches

Incident Prevention Safety Conference & Expo (San Antonio, TX; May 1)

  •     Creating a Sustainable Safety Culture

Electric Power Conference (Baltimore, MD; May 16)

  •     Challenges of Delivering Effective Safety Training

American Society of Safety Engineers, 2012 Safety Conference & Expo (Denver, CO; June 2-6)

  •     Using Near Miss Data for Successful Loss Control
  •     Teaching Supervisors to be Safety Coaches
  •     S.T.E.P.S. (Strategic Targets for Excellent Performance in Safety)
  •     Creating and Sustaining Safety Culture Excellence

For more information about any of these events or ProAct Safety’s safety improvement programs, please visit the website at, call 800-395-1347.

About ProAct Safety
In 1993, ProAct Safety was established with the sole purpose of helping organizations achieve and sustain safety excellence. Now recognized as the world’s most successful provider of safety excellence strategies, ProAct Safety has created solutions for more than 1,500 sites throughout the world, in every major industry. ProAct Safety believes sustainable safety excellence is never achieved with a one-size-fits-all approach, and the only path to sustainable safety culture and safety performance excellence is through professional collaboration. Learn more at


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