On Friday, April 19th, we will be holding a lunch and learn event in Peoria featuring Brad Keyes! The event will be held at the OSF Franciscan Prairie Building from 11am-1:30pm. Brad will speak on "Strange Observations" which covers an interesting take on things we do wrong in our industry. This talk should create a lot of Life Safety Code discussion and be a great learning opportunity for all who come!
11:00: Presentaiton: “Strange Oberservations”
12:00: Q&A Session
12:30: Lunch & Networking
If you are interested in attending please email firstname.lastname@example.org no later than April 12th so we can get a final headcount for the lunch.
You can visit https://keyeslifesafety.com/ to find out more about our exciting speaker or read more about Brad below!
As owner of Keyes Life Safety Compliance, LLC, former advisor to Healthcare Facilities Accreditation Program (HFAP), and former Joint Commission LS surveyor, Brad guides clients through organizational assessment; management training; ongoing coaching of task groups; and extensive one-on-one coaching of facility leaders.
Brad’s clients have included insurance underwriter groups, hospitals, ambulatory care centers, physician practice groups, and large integrated systems across the country. He analyzes and develops leadership effectiveness and efficiency in work processes, focusing on assessing an organization’s preparedness for survey, evaluating processes in achieving preparedness, and guiding organizations toward compliance.
As a presenter at national seminars, regional conferences, and audio conferences, Brad teaches the Life Safety Boot Camp series to various groups and organizations. He is the author or coauthor of many HCPro books, including the best-selling Analyzing the Hospital Life Safety Survey, now in its third edition.
Brad has also authored a variety of articles in numerous publications addressing features of life safety and fire protection, as well as white papers and articles on the Building Maintenance Program. Currently serving as the contributing editor of the monthly HCPro newsletter Healthcare Life Safety Compliance gives Brad further insight to the industry’s trends and best practices.
Having worked as a consultant to the healthcare industry for more than ten years, and in the facilities management side of healthcare for more than 30 years, Brad was most recently employed as safety officer at a large Midwest hospital. Serving as one of the original Life Safety Code® specialist surveyors for The Joint Commission, Brad has more than three years of experience in hospital accreditation surveys. He currently is certified as a Healthcare Safety Professional by the Board of Certified Healthcare Safety Management.