Program Description & Fees
Continuing Safety Education: Program Description & Fees

Leading Safety Improvement Teams and Safety Committees

Overview: Continuous safety improvement requires a team effort from everyone at the electric co-op. But somebody has to be the leader and people are probably expecting you to make it happen. Let’s face it one person can’t do it all. At the end of this workshop, participants will be better skilled to lead safety improvement teams, safety committees, and other working groups by embracing their leadership role, using a formal process, demonstrating outstanding interpersonal communication skills, and artfully applying meeting planning and facilitation tools.  

The agenda includes: 
8:00am to 4:30pm – Tuesday, April 11 
The Evolving Role and Expectations of the Safety Improvement Leader

  • RESAP and Complimentary Models of Continuous Safety Improvement
  • Tools to Get Started and Stay on Track

8:00am to 4:30pm – Wednesday, April 12
Using the Positive Potential of Differences to Energize Partnerships and Productivity
  • Balancing Task and Process
  • Observing, Interpreting, Assumptions, and Spin
  • Using Inquiry to Determine Positions vs. Needs to Get Results

8:00am to 4:30pm – Thursday, April 13
The Artful Science of Using Effective, Efficient, and Engaging Facilitation Tools 
  • T.O.P. Notch Meeting Planning & Facilitation
  • Group Process Tools for Safety Improvement Teams and Committees
  • Kick Starting or Re-Starting Your Safety Improvement Team or Safety Committee

Continuing Safety Education Credit:
This workshop will fulfill the annual continuing safety education requirement for those who hold the CLCP credential.


Prerequisite for Program: None. Preference will be given to those holding the Certified Loss Control Professional (CLCP) credential.

Program Fee Includes Tuition and Materials
  • NRECA Members: $1,395
  • Nonmembers: $1,500 


Cancellation Information: Members can process cancellations online via > Member Center > My Registrations. Alternatively, cancellations can be submitted in writing. Cancellations received by March 10, 2017 are fully refundable. Registrants who cancel after March 10, 2017 through April 10, 2017 will be issued a refund minus a $250 cancellation fee. Substitutions are accepted. No-shows and registrants failing to cancel prior to April 10, 2017 are responsible for paying the full registration fee. For more information on cancellations or refunds, please contact Accounts Receivable at 703-907-6875, or fax to 703-907-5951.