Building a Culture of Safety & Health


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Event Information

Date/TimeTuesday, October 2, 201810:00 AM CDTTuesday, October 2, 201811:00 AM CDT
Sioux Falls, South Dakota

About this Seminar

Your company has a Safety Culture, it just may not be the one that your company wants. Learn what steps need to be taken to build a Culture of safety & health within your organization. Learn how your front line employees and management team can work together to drive a long term sustainable Culture of Safety. Learn how this culture can drive your company's employee longevity and draw in the right kind of new employees. 


Kyle Broesder - An insurance leader with years of occupational safety and loss control experience, Senior Safety & Compliance Consultant Kyle Broesder understands that to manage risk, survive financial challenges and maintain a company's competitive edge, an innovative approach to insurance is necessary. Through several decades, Broesder has helped numerous clients improve their organizations' safety culture, productivity and quality through excellent loss prevention and risk management solutions. Through his safety career, Broesder has consulted with a variety of challenging industries including petroleum and chemical distributors, manufacturing, construction, and agribusiness. Understanding the importance of state and federal compliance, Broesder has conducted mock OSHA inspections, DOT audits, risk quality surveys and carried out bulk chemical plan inspections for large chemical manufacturers. He is PCQI Certified for human and animal food safety.

Terry Lively - As the Employer Services Safety & Compliance Manager, Terry Lively has over 30 years of experience in safety, compliance and risk management, and insurance loss control. He has worked in a variety of industries including: large fleet transportation, chemical manufacturing, construction, full service agricultural businesses and has led a carrier loss control team. He has expertise in OSHA, EPA & DOT. Terry is a member of the Society for Human Resource Managers and is a member of the Iowa and South Dakota Ag Cooperative Safety Directors Associations which he helped found and organize, along with being one of the founding members of the Minnesota association of the same name. Terry holds the Certified Safety Supervisor and Certified Director of Safety designations from the North American Transportation Management Institute along with several other safety specific certifications.