Drilling and environmental remediation sites pose inherent hazards, but they can and should be mitigated through a robust safety program focused on education and prevention. An effective program, however, must also incorporate methodology for measuring behavior and change.
In this webinar, Cascade’s former Sr. Vice President of EHS Michael Gentry explains how to structure a management level behavior observation program, and share the benefits organizations can anticipate once such a program is implemented.
Michael Gentry was the Senior Vice President of EHS at Cascade. He no longer works at Cascade. He has worked in health and safety leadership capacities since 1982, when he proudly served in the United States Air Force. Michael has developed and assisted in the implementation of sophisticated safety programs and processes for multiple Fortune 500 companies, and currently holds copyrights on two recognized hazard recognition and behavior conditioning safety processes.