Safety is a blood type, is one of Frank’s quotes. Its not the licenses or proficiency checks you passed, making you survive but its your attitude.
Human beings make mistakes, we must accept this fact.
Frank’s keynote about risk management, safety and situational awareness is a very inspiring and exiting talk.
He shares inside stories with you and about how to survive and how easy it is to die.
In a light and humorous way Frank takes his audience in his cockpit.
He explains that safety is fun and can be competitive in a positive way.
Frank is not teaching but sharing!
More than 25 years of being a speaker he spoke for hundreds of companies and organizations means that he is very quick in analyzing what the best approach would be for your company. When Frank has been speaking for your company, the audience will remember his keynote for many years.
Covid 19 might have collapsed the World it also sparked creativity. So, new ways of inspire audiences are there to be developed. Frank designed an unique keynote about FEAR.Together with a young psychologist he explains why people are afraid and that fear often is learned behavior. An interesting duo presentation.
The NVVO (The Dutch Orthodontist Organization) was the first live on camera keynote in The Netherlands. Urenco enjoyed the webinar in december.The modern webinar technique offers the exiting possibility to talk about safety while Frank is traveling through Africa this winter. Imagine this: a webinar with a roaring lion in the background
Hospitals in Kigali, Rwanda, Groningen, Amsterdam, Arnhem, Sliedrecht, Rotterdam, IT specialists in San Diego and Utrecht, dredgers in Dubai, Dutch Rail, Risk managers from GIZ in Mombasa, KLM airline in Amsterdam, offshore industry, insurance companies, schooling, government, police and crime fighters , airforce fighter pilots, helicopter pilots, air traffic controllers, transportation/logistics, sea freighters, chemical industry, forklift industry, nuclear industry and undertakers.
Frank Versteegh loves the challenge!
He is not only a very dedicated speaker, he also entertaines his audience with metaphores and examples from his aviation career.