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Meet the Author with Jeffrey Dalto

By Tamara Parris | Last updated: May 28, 2021
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Join us as Jeffrey Dalto discusses his new collaborative guide, "A Guide to Practicing “New Safety”' with Gary Wong and Tamara Parris on this episode of Meet the Author!

Join us for this month's Meet the Author, as Author Jeffrey Dalto discusses his new collaborative guide just released, "A Guide to Practicing “New Safety”' created with Jeff Lyth, with hosts Gary Wong and Tamara Parris.

This guide is for readers who share the characteristics associated with “New Safety” - curiosity, a drive to learn, and the desires to continually improve professionally and to get better outcomes from efforts put forward. A term like “new safety” suggests there’s an “old safety” and there’s a rigid division between the two. That’s not the intention nor the case. It could be perceived that this guide isn’t really about safety but business, operations, production, work, learning, relationships, successes, and more. Free guide download: https://www.vectorsolutions.com/resources/whitepapers-guides/applying-new-safety-guide/

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00:36:33Tamara Parris:Jeff Dalto LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeffrey-dalto-18b58a6/
00:37:27Tamara Parris:A guide to Practicing New Safety: https://www.vectorsolutions.com/resources/whitepapers-guides/applying-new-safety-guide/
00:59:43Tanya Hewitt:This is an important episode for safety professionals - if you haven't heard it/read the transcript https://safetyofwork.com/episodes/ep70-is-ohs-management-a-profession
00:59:59Tamara Parris:thank you Tanya
01:00:03Tamara Parris:Upcoming Safeopedia Workshops:MAY - EHS MOMENTUM ROADMAP© WORKSHOP: https://workshops.safeopedia.com/ehs-safety-program-workshop-registration?utm_source=meettheauthor

June: The Human Factor in SafetySAFETY LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT SYSTEM with Corrie Pitzer: https://workshops.safeopedia.com/june-9-safety-safety-leadership-workshop-registration?utm_source=meettheauthor
01:03:08Janice Fingler:That makes me curious about what could New Safety/HOP evolve into in how and where it is applied?
01:08:45Janice Fingler:Is that health vs safety ?
01:15:28Tanya Hewitt:Speaking of Toyota - Demming comes to mind - this is from 1984 - it could have been done today. 5 Deadly Diseases. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ehMAwIHGN0Y
01:16:09Amber Mann:Workplace Culture can challenge LEAN implementation
01:17:08Tanya Hewitt:Get the managers to do the Red Bead Experiment - just as Deming had done decades ago.
01:17:50Rosa Carrillo:@Tanya I had the same thought about red bead exp.
01:25:09Rosa Carrillo:Sidney Dekker is working with software developers
01:25:21Rosa Carrillo:Drift happens everywhere!

01:26:07Tamara Parris:Link to Guide > https://www.vectorsolutions.com/resources/whitepapers-guides/applying-new-safety-guide/

01:26:47Tamara Parris:Upcoming Safeopedia Workshops:MAY - EHS MOMENTUM ROADMAP© WORKSHOP: https://workshops.safeopedia.com/ehs-safety-program-workshop-registration?utm_source=meettheauthor

June: The Human Factor in Safety SAFETY LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT SYSTEM with Corrie Pitzer: https://workshops.safeopedia.com/june-9-safety-safety-leadership-workshop-registration?utm_source=meettheauthor

01:27:06Janice Fingler:Agreed Tanya - I speak to risk and decision-making. Executives respond to that via economics. Scaffolds to Ed Schein's stuff

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01:29:04Rosa Carrillo:“Human Factor in Safety Leadership” Sounds a lot like my book!
01:29:34Elisa Lynch:I'd read that!

01:30:14Tamara Parris:Great Book!
01:32:21Rosa Carrillo:Thank you Jeff. Great session!! I have to jump off.
01:32:24Janice Fingler:Excited to read the book! Thank you Jeff and all the contributors. Appreciate the forum Tamara!
01:33:15Brooke Thomsen:Thanks!
01:33:24Michael Ruane:thanks all

Guests


Jeffrey Dalto, Senior Learning & Customer Advocacy Manager at Vector Solutions

Jeffrey Dalto is a Learning & Performance Improvement specialist with the Vector Solutions brand Convergence Training. He’s been involved in L&D for 20+ years and safety training for 10+, helped to create the ANSI/ASSP Z490.2 standard for online EHS training, is currently on the team revising the existing Z490.1 standard for all EHS training, and is generally interested in things related to organizational learning, instructional design, and performance improvement. He writes at the Vector Solutions blog and invites you to connect with him on LinkedIn.

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeffrey-dalto-18b58a6/

Website: https://www.vectorsolutions.com/

Guide: https://www.vectorsolutions.com/resources/whitepapers-guides/applying-new-safety-guide/

Regular Hosts are:

Gary Wong, Complexity Facilitator at Gary Wong & Associates, Bachelor of Applied Science, Masters of Business Administration, safety and organizational change from a complexity perspective.

Tamara Parris, Community Development, Bachelors of Social Work, Occupational Health and Safety, and Emergency Management.

Rosa Carrillo author of The Relationship Factor in Safety Leadership, safety leadership consultant, MS in Organizational development.

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Tamara Parris is the Director of Community Development at Safeopedia, and owner of EHS Professionals Group on LinkedIn. Her passion is working with other EHS Professionals to collaborate in thought leadership, networking and connecting our industry peers to resources that will increase profitability and safety practices within their workplaces. Tamara has been in the Health and Safety field for over 20 years, her industry experiences include the Construction sector, CCTV and Security, and Commercial Retail industries.

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