Penn Jersey ASSP Virtual Chapter Meeting

  • January 19, 2021
    6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Topic Opening Communication and Mentorship through Generational Differences

Through the examination of personal relationships, communication styles, and mentoring experiences, we will explore the variety of educational and experiential differences that influence opinions, attitudes, and approaches to work, professional, development, and safety as we seek to propel our industry forward.

Learning Outcomes

Attendees will be able to …

  1. Describe the differences between the generations and how this relates to attitudes toward work, professional development, and safety.
  2. Employ the strategies that can be used to successfully communicate across the generational gaps in each generational language.
  3. Review the roles of “mentor” and “mentee” and how these roles can interact successfully for the benefit of both parties

Speaker Wyatt Bradbury, CSP, ASP, CHST, CIT

Wyatt Bradbury serves as a HSE Advisor for Hitachi Rail. He has experience in aquatic and recreation risk management, electrical construction, powerline safety, rail safety, and safety consulting. Mr. Bradbury holds CSP, CHST, and CIT certifications from the BCSP and a Master of Engineering in Advanced Safety Engineering and Management from the University of Alabama Birmingham.

Wyatt Bradbury is a Past-President of the National Capital Chapter, on the Education and Training Committee under the Council on Regional Affairs, on the planning committee of the Mid-Atlantic Construction Safety Conference, and is a member of the Emerging Professionals Common Interest Group. Bradbury currently serves as the National Capital Chapter Delegate and as the Assistant Regional Vice President of Communication for Region VI. He regularly travels the country speaking at local and regional professional development conferences and is a frequent contributor to Professional Safety Journal.

Bradbury has had his experiences toward emerging as a professional and his approach to mentorship within ASSP published in Professional Safety Journal and have had the opportunity to sit on panels or give presentations on the subject of emerging professionals throughout the country.

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