Frontline Online features proven principles and strategies about how to improve your skills and interact with others through videos, reading assignments, virtual exercises, knowledge checks, and personal assessments.
“As someone who came up through the ranks I am enjoying the opportunity and information being given. It is something we have been lacking for our leaders as they advance with no real knowledge or skill development for leadership at a management level. I have discovered the autocratic style that is acceptable on the crews, and even warranted in some instances due to risk, is not effective over the long term when managing multiple divisions and work groups. I can’t speak for everyone but for me the information has already given me some tools to apply to the areas I need to work on but lacked the understanding of how to affect change within myself.”
~Luke, Frontline Participant
Frontline is designed around the concept that with the right knowledge, insight and tools, anybody—regardless of their position or experience—can be a safety leader. Through the use of interactive classroom learning delivered by utility safety experts, Frontline provides an enriching and engaging learning experience that inspires employees to achieve greater safety success.
WHAT IS FRONTLINE?
WHEN: July 12, 2023 from 11am – 12pm ET
TITLE: Protect the Worker
PRESENTER: David McPeak
CUSP Point: .05
We are happy to announce that the Frontline Modules, Job Briefings and many other courses can now be hosted on your company’s Learning Management System.
This is a computer based course with a Live 2-hour webinar with David McPeak included. Job Briefings covers job briefing design, evaluation and training. This is an excellent standalone course that also serves as a train-the-trainer for Crew Leaders, allowing your operations and safety personnel to evaluate, support and train your crew leaders on effective job briefings.
Utility Business Media, Inc. publisher of Incident Prevention Magazine is excited to announce the publication of Frontline Leadership – The Hurdle written by Incident Prevention Institute’s (iPi) Director of Professional Development, David McPeak. This book is based on iPi’s popular Frontline leadership training program and is a must read for utility industry leaders.