Modern Perspectives on Safety Management from the Safety Profession


This session will help benchmark your organization’s safety efforts with leading US Corporations based ANSI Z-10 – The Occupational Health and Safety Systems Management Standard – 2012.  This consensus standard was formed with representation from nearly every major industry group (and union) and highlights key elements of a safety management system for the modern organization.  Emerging best practices in the areas of organizational communication, performance monitoring and management’s responsibilities are clearly detailed.  Useful and practical resources are a part of this safety management standard. 



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Mr. Naylor has gained experience in the risk control field from working with clients varying in size and industry. With extensive fleet safety, warehousing, and manufacturing experience, he has gained a broad knowledge of safety. This has allowed him to provide services ranging from hazard assessments, risk management, loss prevention guidance and safety training. As an experienced trainer, Mr. Naylor has developed and presented on numerous safety topics, such as accident investigation, hazard communication, ergonomics, and safety committee certifications.
During his private sector career, Mr. Naylor had the opportunity to hold the position of Safety Manager for a national food distributor. He then held the position of Human Resource Manager and Director of Operations. Under his leadership the operation achieved milestones in safety and financial results. He gained valuable experience in leading safety initiatives and safety programs while in the private sector.

Mr. Naylor holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Occupational Safety & Hygiene Management from Millersville University and a Masters of Science in Safety Sciences from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. He also earned the Professional in Human Resources (PHR) designation.