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PLM Presents the Pipeline Safety Leadership Training Program

A Train-The-Trainer workshop will be held at PLM in Houston, Texas - US on September 12-15, 2017.  Limited seats available.  

Contact us for more information:
Dawn Rivera
+1-713-580-8412

Innovative. Interactive. Instructor-led. Caterpillar, PipeLine Machinery International (PLM) and a group of the industry’s leading companies present a safety leadership program specific to the scenarios, conditions and environments in which pipeliners operate every day.

This program is packed with real-life examples explored through engaging videos, role-play exercises, interactive activities and provocative discussion topics to convey the power of culture on safety performance. With an emphasis on personal accountability and incident prevention, the training provides leaders at all levels insight into their role in influencing the attitudes, beliefs and behaviors that drive culture.

The first and only program of its kind, the Pipeline Safety Leadership Program provides a consistent approach to training that will reshape the way safety is managed across the industry.

With video filmed on location this first and only program of its kind was developed over a year and a half of intensive collaborative work between Caterpillar and ten industry partners. The contribution of these experts ensures that the Pipeline Safety Leadership Program provides a realistic, relatable approach to training that will reshape the way safety is managed across the industry.

Each training session follows a consistent format with a key takeaway, a call-to-action and interactive elements that engage participants in the process.

The program kit includes a facilitator guide and USB drive containing all videos, PowerPoint presentations and printable handouts. The guide begins with a Getting Started section for the facilitator with the following elements and instruction: 

  • Facilitation Basics and Strategies
  • Course Structure and detailed course outline
  • Delivery options
  • Implementation Guidelines
  • Preparing to Facilitate (how to)
  • Facilitating the Sessions
  • Tips for Presenting
  • How to Engage Participants

Each session’s slide-by-slide facilitator instructions are contained in it’s own section in the guide. Facilitators are provided talking points, slide times and transition statements to move through the training.

Program Elements

5 training modules.  Each module focuses on one facet of each safety topic.

24 training sessions total.  Designed to be trained in 30 – 45 minutes.

Video interviews.  Engaging interviews on real job sites with real pipeliners.

Flexible training format.  Sessions can be trained back-to-back or over time.

Slide-by-slide facilitator instructions.  Complete instructions contained in the facilitator guide.

Train-the-trainer.  Instructions in the Getting Started guide.

USB flash drive.  All of the video elements, PowerPoint presentations and printable handouts at your fingertips.

Training Outline





Safety Program Outline

Module 1: Leading a Safety Culture

     Session 1.1 – What is Culture? What is a Safety Culture?
     Session 1.2 – How a Leader Impacts Culture
     Session 1.3 – How a Foreman’s Daily Decisions Impact Safety Culture
     Session 1.4 – How a Leader Encourages Teamwork
     Session 1.5 – The Impact of Incidents and Injuries on Our Business

Module 2: Safety Accountability

     Session 2.1 – What is Safety Accountability?
     Session 2.2 – Define and Plan for Safe Work
     Session 2.3 – Train to Ensure Work is Performed Safely
     Session 2.4 – Measure Safe Work Procedures
     Session 2.5 – Coaching Effectively

Module 3: Effective Communication

     Session 3.1 – Setting Safety Expectations
     Session 3.2 – Your Communication Style and It’s Impact
     Session 3.3 – Speaking Up Promotes a Positive Safety Culture
     Session 3.4 – Listening Up Promotes a Positive Safety Culture
     Session 3.5 – Speak Up Role Plays
     Session 3.6 – Listen Up Role Plays

Module 4: Risk Tolerance

     Session 4.1 – What Does it Mean to Tolerate Risk?
     Session 4.2 – Factors that Influence Our Tolerance of Risk
     Session 4.3 – Managing Daily Risk, Part 1
     Session 4.4 – Managing Daily Risk, Part 2
     Session 4.5 – Choose to Reduce Risk

Module 5: Hazard Recognition

     Session 5.1 – After Mandatory Compliance Is Met, Conditions May Change
     Session 5.2 – Recognizing Hazards by Proactive & Preventative Thinking
     Session 5.3 – Engaging Employees in Controlling Hazards

For more information on the Pipeline Safety Leadership Training Program, please contact your Account Manager or visit the Contact Us page.

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