Duration: 1 Hour
Event Type: On Demand Webinar
Developing world-class safety in organizations is a complex approach. When no one is committed to owning the process or the safety operations strategy is developed only at the corporate level, it can result in employee disconnect and limited results. Safety should be an uncompromising value, and focusing on reliable, strategic safety initiatives will help your safety program be successful for the long term.
In this webinar, we’ll discuss how engaging your entire organization and building on a foundation of safety can set you up for sustained success. We’ll dive into Milliken’s 30+ years of safety excellence, and you’ll learn tactics from real life examples to implement in your organization.
- Identifying common safety program disconnects
- Best practices of a successful safety process
- How to redefine roles & responsibilities for maximum safety effectiveness
- How to measure success
- How to sustain your goals
Phil McIntyre, Managing Director, Performance Solutions by Milliken
Phil’s career is steeped in thirty years’ worth of business leadership and manufacturing expertise. Phil has successfully worked with and led several business units within Milliken & Company to profitable growth and financial sustainability. Prior to his business leadership roles, Phil led the implementation of Milliken Performance System for the Performance Products Division and served as Director of Cost Improvement, where he was responsible for strategic cost reduction efforts.
Phil has also spent time as the Pursuit of Excellence Director responsible for integrating customer needs (and wants) with manufacturing and business capability. Early in his career, Phil worked in four different manufacturing locations, holding multiple positions ranging from quality to cost. Phil credits this early diversity in job responsibility and scope as the beginning of his in-depth knowledge of continuous improvement; his appreciation for sustainable, empowered safety processes and systems; and his understanding of the critical nature of establishing the right financial metrics to drive the right behavior.
Phil holds a degree in Industrial Engineering from Clemson University and a Master of Business Administration degree from Wake Forest University.