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It’s Not What You Say: Labor & Management Relations

 

How do you overcome, “that’s how we’ve always done it here,” or “it’s compliant with OSHA, so it’s done?” Fostering a strong safety culture at an operation with a strong legacy is challenging in our evolving competitive business environment. Come hear from Labor and Management representatives at one company to hear lessons learned and highlight overall strategy with tactical examples, too.  

 

 

Presented by:

Bryce Griffler, CSP is the Safety, Health, & Environmental (SHE) Manager at the BAE Systems manufacturing plant in York, PA and leads a team of 12. In his 11 year career with BAE Systems, he’s worked across 6 different locations throughout the U.S. in SHE, Engineering, and Contracts.

Presented by:

Corey Ingram, Quality Process Auditor, BAE Systems, Inc.

Corey Ingram is a Quality Process Auditor and a Union Safety Committee member.  Corey joined BAE Systems in 2005; he has held several positions at the York, PA facility touching all steps in the production process of BAE’s merchandises over his 14-year career.  Beyond safety, Corey is also a Shop Steward for his unit and is involved in many other committees for the United Steelworker District 10 and Local 7687.

Presented by:

Gary Anders, Assembler, BAE Systems, Inc.

Gary Anders is currently the Chairman of the Local Union Safety Committee. He has worked for BAE Systems for 13 years, and has held several jobs at their York facility.  Anders has been on the Union Safety Committee for over 10 years as well as serving on various other committees for the United Steelworkers Local 7687.

Presented by:

Scott Snyder, OHST is the Senior Safety Specialist for BAE Systems with over 42 years of service.  Scott is also the Incident Commander for the Emergency Response Team. He is on the board of Directors for the York Area Labor/Management Council and a GOSH committee member.