Company safety culture

Webinar: Enhance worker engagement and improve company safety culture

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The individual worker is an integral part of the jobsite ecosystem but is seldom included in feedback or decision-making. We are shifting focus to the worker-level and discussing the concept of giving more ownership to site workers and the positive impact it can have on your company’s business.

Join this webinar to discover how to develop a systematic approach to gathering employee feedback to help improve safety culture, unlock leading indicator insights and build targeted education programs for workers.

Here’s what you can learn by joining the webinar:

  1. Assessing Safety Culture: Discover how leading organizations assess safety culture to identify areas, including competency gaps, between management assumptions and those of front-line workers. This essential step is key to bridging the divide and creating a safer work environment.
  2. Empowering Workers: Learn how enabling workers to take ownership of their safety training fosters a culture that promotes competent workforces. When workers are actively involved in their safety, it leads to a more proactive and safety-conscious work environment.
  3. Tracking Worker Competency: Explore the benefits of tracking individual worker competency, which allows for greater visibility and pinpointing areas where additional training is needed. This data-driven approach is essential for continuous improvement in your safety culture.

Don’t miss this opportunity to elevate your company’s safety culture. Reserve your spot now and be part of the conversation that will shape the future of workplace safety. Let’s make your workforce safer and more engaged, together!

Sponsored by


Mike Reazin

Vice President

Mike Reazin is a Vice President at ISN, overseeing the Empower Team who manages ISN’s new worker-enablement initiative and mobile application. Prior to his current role, he held several management and leadership roles within the organization, most recently Senior Director overseeing ISN’s Business Development efforts in the Energy Industry.

Since joining ISN in 2010, Mike has managed team initiatives focused on sales strategy, customer retention and Client services. His experience includes leading teams at ISN focused on contractor management for Clients in Oil & Gas, Utilities and Heavy Manufacturing in the U.S., Canada and Latin America.

He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Accounting from the University of Kansas and is a board member of the Semones Family YMCA.

David Bibby

Senior Director

David is a Senior Director at ISN. In this role he leads ISNs operations across the EMEA helping customers reduce risk and increase 3rd party due diligence, based in London. He is also ISN’s executive sponsor for ESG / Sustainability product development. He has more than 16 years of Health and Safety experience, including 7 years as one of Her Majesty’s Inspectors of Health and Safety with the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). David has wide-ranging experience of industries including petrochemical, manufacturing, construction and services.

He holds a BA Honours degree in geography from Swansea University and a post-graduate diploma in health and safety from Warwick University. In addition, he is a Chartered Member of the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) and a certified European Occupational Safety and Health Manager (EurOSHM).

In December 2022, David was named a finalist in the SHP Trailblazer ESG award.

David has presented on numerous topics including the changing face of Health & Safety, the legal and moral importance of effective contractor management, building a positive safety culture, SIF incidents & prevention, and thought leadership studies on contractor management.

Jordie Bell

Safety Specialist

Jordie is a Safety Specialist on ISN’s HSE team, known as RAVS (Review And Verification Services).

Since joining ISN at the start of 2023 Jordie has assisted with the review and verification of contractors’ HSE documentation including written policies and procedures, certificates, and the lead auditor for contractors’ process implementation across the EMEA region.

Prior to joining ISN, Jordie’s was a SHEQ Advisor in various construction projects across London and the South-East of England. His initial exposure to OHS took place within the North Sea oil and gas industry for a specialist oilfield chemicals supplier.

Jordie holds an MA in Geography from the University of Aberdeen. He is a Technical member of IOSH and is currently working towards becoming a Certified Member once completing his NEBOSH Diploma.

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