Jimbo Redmond and Alex Shaw of the Scott Risk Performance Group sit down with Todd Conklin, an internationally recognized expert in Organizational Culture and Behavior and Human Performance, to discuss how organizations respond to incidents, the notion of failing safely, near misses, and centering on employees to surface solutions.
In this episode we discuss Joe’s time (38 years) at Shoosmith from being a laborer to asphalt plant manager, to his current position. Joe shares insight into the culture around safety when he started in the 1980s and what it looks like today. Additionally, he highlights the upcoming annual safety meeting that all employees participate in each year and how they have changed things up this year to be more hands on and taught by their superintendents.
Bethany Murphy, Vice President & Risk Advisor in Scott’s Roanoke office, discusses litigation funding with Christopher Stevens, Principal at Woods Rogers PLC in Roanoke. Learn what litigation funding is, how it works and how it is inflating settlements and impacting commercial auto rates.
Join Alex Shaw and Jimbo Redmond of the Scott Risk Performance Group as they sit down with Brenda McGregor, Vice President of Human Resources, and Steve Smith, Executive Vice President of Chesapeake Hospitality. The conversation flows from their individual and organizational stories, to building and maintaining culture, to the tenets that fortify their relationships with business partners and colleagues.
Mike Fitzpatrick has over a decade of front lines experience building, and more impressively, improving and maintaining the risk performance at Environmental Air Systems based in High Point, NC. He shares valuable insight into the philosophy and mechanics of how he built their program which has proven to have staying power (with a lot of hard work) and a measurable reduction in employee injuries over the years. We appreciate the time Mike spent with us, and the knowledge born of experience that he imparts in this episode.