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Webinar: Take your Safety Culture to New Heights

By Dale Lesinski | Published: December 16, 2017
Presented by DiVal Safety Equipment, Inc.
Key Takeaways

A real world formula for improving the safety culture in your organization

Join Dale Lesinski as he walks us through a real world formula for improving the safety culture in your organization. This Professional Development Seminar was featured at the 2017 NSC Annual Safety Congress.

Results this campaign has delivered:

  • Reduction of employee injuries and accidents
  • Improved employee moral
  • Employees valuing their own safety
  • Employees watching out for one another
  • Improved safe behaviors on and off the job
  • An organized and effective 12 – 24 month campaign
  • Elimination of the “Flavor of the Day” safety ideas

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Written by Dale Lesinski | Vice President of Sales & Training

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Dale is the Vice President of Sales & Training for DiVal Safety Equipment in Buffalo, NY. He has been a Keynote & featured speaker at the NSC (National Safety Council) and OSHA VPPPA National and Regional Conferences as well as several local and regional Safety Associations. He also is a frequent guest lecturer for the Undergraduate and MBA programs at several Western New York Colleges and Universities. Dale has earned the distinction of a master communicator through his ability to incorporate his areas of expertise in sales, marketing, communication, presentation skills, public speaking, athletic coaching and adult learning.

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