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Since 1979, organizations in 70 countries around the world have turned to BST for help in achieving outstanding safety performance and solving tough operations challenges. Why? Our solutions get results.

BST's consulting approach is about helping companies integrate safety functioning within the DNA of the business. We begin with where you are and partner with you in developing a vision and strategy for the future.

Our consultants bring expertise from a number of fields and our solutions have shown proven results across multiple industries, including Mining, Oil & Gas, Chemicals, Utilities, Transit, Food & Beverage, and more.

Contact us to learn more about how we can help you deliver change for the long term.

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Discipline and Punishment: Are They the Same Thing?

In this webinar, safety experts outline the principles and practices leaders can use to develop an effective disciplinary system and improve organizational safety performance.

Motivating for Safety: Critical Practices to Ensure Employees Stay Engaged

Getting safety right requires everyone’s willing participation — and more than their participation, their active and wholehearted engagement. Although this may seem straighforward, organizations struggle with employee engagement. Systems are in place, trainings are held, but something is missing. Why aren’t people rallying around safety? In this webinar safety experts tackle the issue of motivation, and suggest practices for leaders to engage employees in safety improvement.

View the webinar - presented by Patrick McCorry, BST and Forrest Lauher, Western Refining

Talking About Exposure: Using Conversations to Enhance Safety Readiness

In this webinar, we outline an approach to enhancing safety performance using scenario-based learning. We will inspire you with real-life examples of how focused conversations can enhance safety readiness, and we will outline the key elements to help you get there.

View the webinar - presented by Jim Spigener

Breaking Clouded Judgments: The Role of Bias in Safety

BST experts discuss bias and its impact in safety, and suggest strategies for avoiding the errors cognitive biases can create in reducing accidents in the workplace.

View the US webinar - presented by Mike Mangan

Why Don't People Follow the Rules? Compliance vs. Commitment

BST experts discuss organizational safety and how creating a culture of commitment helps reduce injuries in the workplace. Focusing on building a robust culture is the first step to developing an environment where people not only follow the rules, but live them.

View the US webinar - presented by Erika Gwilt

Improving Safety Program Execution – A Key to Excellent Performance

Scott Stricoff, President, discusses program design and implementation as the key components to successful program execution. Developing safety programs and initiatives is only the first small step; results come when an organization excels at safety program execution.

View the webinar - presented by Scott Stricoff

5 Steps for Removing Your SIF Exposure Blind Spot: How to Detect Serious Injury and Fatality (SIF) Potential in Your Organization

BST experts introduce five steps to developing a measure of SIF potential to help organizations bring visibility to SIF exposures and eliminate a common safety “blind spot.”

View the US webinar - presented by Don Martin
View the EMEA webinar - presented by Filip Coumans and Stuart Johnson

Creating Engagement at the Frontline: Leveraging 5 Supervisor Safety Activities

BST's safety experts introduce five supervisor safety activities that when demonstrated consistently and effectively, improve employee engagement.

View US webinar - presented by Mike Mangan
View EMEA webinar - presented by Filip Coumans and Jos Creemers

Developing Great Safety Cultures in the Food and Beverage Industry

Patrick McCorry, Vice President and Jim Spigener, Senior Vice President discuss how organizations can develop and manage strong safety cultures through the actions of their leaders.

View the webinar - presented by Patrick McCorry and Jim Spigener

Leveraging Culture to Improve Process Safety Management

Greg Robinson, Vice President and Kathy Culig, Principal Consultant explore how organizations can enhance their process safety management systems through the actions of their leaders.

View the webinar - presented by Greg Robinson and Kathy Culig

Addressing the Safety Discipline Dilemma

BST safety experts discuss the discipline dilemma in organizations today; the impact discipline systems have on culture and performance; and the most effective ways to achieve consistent conformance to rules and procedures while building a strong safety culture.

View the US webinar – presented by Scott Stricoff
View the EMEA webinar – presented by Filip Coumans

Moments of Truth: The Five Critical Safety Activities Every Mining Supervisor Must Do Well

Michael Hajaistron and Ellen Downs discuss key safety activities for supervisors; how these activities are directly related to the leadership practices that drive safety; and how organizations can use safety leadership as a means to improve overall supervisor effectiveness.

View the webinar - presented by Michael Hajaistron and Ellen Downs

How Great Leaders Become Great Safety Leaders

BST’s safety experts discuss how great leaders become great safety leaders by identifying safety as a value, making the connection between safety and an emotional commitment, and addressing how to effectively communicate and act on that commitment.

View the US webinar - presented by Jim Spigener
View the EMEA webinar - presented by Guy Boyd and Martin Dean

Engaging Supervisors for Safety Excellence

BST President Scott Stricoff discusses key safety activities for supervisors; how these activities are directly related to the leadership practices that drive safety; and how organizations can use safety leadership as a means to improve overall supervisor effectiveness.

View the webinar - presented by Scott Stricoff

Incident Investigation: A Paradigm Shift

BST Senior Vice President Don Groover discusses the limitations of this current paradigm and the need to shift our thinking around incident investigation. Learn why safety experts are now looking into the identification of exposure potential and reliance on longitudinal analysis to reduce injuries, and how this new model can benefit your organization.

View the webinar - presented by Don Groover

How Leaders Should Deal with 5 Key Safety Issues Currently Affecting the Utility Industry

BST Vice President Tim Hoover and Executive Consultant Curtis Davis (retired senior executive from Duke, Allegheny, and First Energy) discuss five key safety issues facing utilities executives today and proactive ways leaders can personally and positively affect outcomes.

View the webinar - presented by Tim Hoover

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