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The BioRAFT EHS Community Connection Webinar Serious

Applying Behavioral Science to Scientific H&S

     
Human beings are complex creatures. Understand what makes them tick, and you'll understand how to foster safer scientific operations.

This webinar aired on August 12, 2021

 

Meet the Panelists:

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Sean Kaufman

Chief Executive Officer and Founding Partner
Safer Behaviors
LinkedIn
https://www.saferbehaviors.com/ 

I have several years of experience in the fields of organizational development, behavioral management and modification, crisis and risk communication and emergency preparedness in public health and business organizations. I have served on the Board of Commissioners at the National center for Health Education Credentialing (NCHEC), was a trustee for the Professional Development for the Society of Public Health Education (SOPHE), and Past-President of the Georgia Federation for Professional Health Educators (GFPHE).

 
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Sharon Lipinski

CEO
Habit Mastery Consulting
https://habitmasteryconsulting.com/

Sharon Lipinski is the Habit SuperHero and CEO of Habit Mastery Consulting, which helps organizations increase their targeted safety behavior by up to 150%. She is a Certified Gamification for Teaching developer, certified CBT for insomnia instructor, speaker, TV personality and coach dedicated to helping people create the right habits so they can be happier, healthier and safer at home and in their work.

 
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Jonathan Klane

MC; Director of Risk Management and Safety Education
BioRAFT
jonathan.klane@bioraft.com

After years of emphasizing EHS technical skills, Jonathan's focus has shifted much more to effectiveness and our softer skills like conflict management – a course he taught in an MBA program and as a workshop for EHS professionals. Additionally, in his PhD program he studies persuasion theory and techniques as they apply to affecting our risk perceptions and the use of storytelling among scientists, researchers, and EHS professionals.