Safety Management Peer Group

Learn what your peers are doing to make improvements

This Peer Group discusses

  • Building a safety culture
  • Incident management
  • Gaining support from leadership

Exclusively for Safety Leaders in Manufacturing


“Manufacturing facilities can look vastly different, but when touring facilities with the safety peer group, you start to see the commonalities and learn from your peers on how to spot the hazards that may be lurking in your own facility. I have grown professionally, but more important our facility is safer for all our employees because of my membership in the peer group.”

Jim M, EHS Engineer, Intek Plastics

“The value of the information brought to every peer group meeting has been priceless. Connecting with peers that are going through similar challenges and talking to experienced EHS leaders has given me countless ideas and solutions.”

Duane J, Director of EHS & Facilities, Satellite Industries Inc.


Exclusively for Safety Leaders in Manufacturing


Meet a few

Members of the Group

Katherine Syverson

Katherine Syverson is the EHS Director for Life Fitness

Jim Miotke

Jim Miotke is the EHS Engineer for Intek Plastics

Ryan Bates

Ryan Bates is the Health & Safety Manager for Molin Concrete Products

Darrell VonBergen

Darrell VonBergen is the Safety Coordinator for Navy Island Inc.


  • Step 1

    Request an Invitation

  • Step 2

    Attend a meeting

  • Step 3

    Join the group

  • Step 4

    Become a better leader

Frequently Asked Questions

Am I a good fit for the group?
Members of this group oversee safety programs, reduce risk from hazardous conditions, illness and death. Typical Company size is 50-500 employees

How often does the peer group meet?
The 4th Thursday of every month from 8:00am-11:00am

What is the cost?
There are member and non-member rates 



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