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This session will help leaders understand how to begin intentionally impacting and developing future safety leaders. It is designed to help leaders think through how to build a plan for the future and create a legacy that can successfully sustain the natural transition of leadership. Participants will be introduced to the concept of a “Leadership Tree” based on the professional sports concept of “Coaching Trees,” and then asked to map the people, organizations and projects that have influenced their own growth.
Wyatt Bradbury serves as a Senior HSE Advisor for Hitachi Rail. He also is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Alabama Birmingham teaching System Safety and Prevention Through Design and Engineering Ethics and Acceptable Risk. He has experience in aquatic and recreation risk management, electrical construction at a NECA Contractor, powerline safety, rail safety, and safety consulting.
Mr. Bradbury holds CSP, CHST, and CIT certifications from the BCSP and holds a Master of Engineering in Advanced Safety Engineering and Management from the University of Alabama Birmingham. Wyatt Bradbury has extensive leadership experience as a member of the American Society of Safety Professionals. He serves as an Executive Committee Member and Past-President for the National Capital Chapter and on the planning committee of the Mid-Atlantic Construction Safety Conference. He has previously served on or chaired multiple society-level committees for ASSP including the Governance Task Force and Community Leader Training Committee. He is a member of the Emerging Professionals Common Interest Group and Training and Communication Practice Specialty.