Companies with stronger employee engagement have 41% less absenteeism and 70% fewer safety incidents, according to Gallup. Being proactive with employee engagement and developing a continuous learning environment is key to driving the right behaviors on the job. Few companies have mastered the art of a safety program quite like Bonduelle, who recently achieved 6 years no lost time.

Learning Objectives:

  • Plan, prepare, and execute a successful safety culture
  • Close the gap between employee training and on the job behaviors
  • Produce results that positively impact your bottom line

Wednesday, August 23rd, 2017

11am PT | 1pm CT | 2pm ET
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Featured Panelists

Marcus Sparks

Marcus Sparks, Account Manager at Alchemy

Marcus Sparks is an Account Manager with Alchemy Systems and has 9 years of experience with the company. Marcus combines 20+ years of Business Development and Account Management expertise with a passion for Learning and Development. He has gained insight from a wide-range of industries – retail, oil & gas, transportation & logistics, and business advisory/consulting services. Marcus applies his business acumen in understanding key food industry challenge, and advises our customers on practical tools, technologies, and practices for succeeding in today’s challenging operating environment.

Jodi Haggith, HR and Training Supervisor at Bonduelle

Bonduelle is the leading processor of frozen and canned vegetables with 12 sites in North America and 58 sites around the globe. Jodi Haggith, HR and Training Supervisor at Bonduelle-Strathroy, created Bonduelle’s new hire orientation program that helps keep employees safer and more productive. As a vegetable processor, Bonduelle-Strathroy onboards approximately 100 seasonal workers during the processing season. Since implementing the training program, Bonduelle Strathroy reduced lost-time incidents to zero and reduced the number of incidents requiring medical aid by over 50 percent.