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Celebrate REALTOR Safety Year-Round with a Customized Safety Culture Program

LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Oct. 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- The Beverly Carter Foundation (BCF) is proud to introduce a three-part training series to assist leadership throughout the real estate industry in implementing sustainable safety strategies for their companies, associations, and employees year-round in order to prevent lone-worker tragedies and long-term harm. The new normal of COVID-19 restrictions, limited showings, increase of virtual communication, and one-on-one meetings are presenting new challenges. In order to support this safety initiative, BCF's first training, Leadership: Creating a Safety Culture Year-Round, will be held as a webinar Tuesday, October 27, 2020.
Celebrate REALTOR Safety Year-Round with a Customized Safety Culture Program
The Beverly Carter Foundation was created as a result of the kidnapping and murder of real estate broker Beverly Carter."Lone-worker safety starts at the top. By providing education to the decision makers in the industry, we are able to prevent not only tragedy, but inspire a culture of community in this bizarre time," says Carl Carter Jr. "Beverly Carter Foundation was established in the wake of a horrific tragedy. My greatest pride is knowing together we can help others, perhaps even save a life."A A A A Part one of the Leadership: Creating a Safety Culture Year-Round series highlights actionable insights and safety tips from real estate industry experts including: Carl Carter Jr., Lisa Tyler, Dave Legaz, Jen Stanborough, Dave Legaz, Emmary Simpson, Krista Gross, and Jay Thompson. All registered attendees will receive a packet of leadership safety resources and access to a video recording of the session. This training is open to all leaders interested in attending due to its importance and is specifically targeted towards real estate broker-owners, mortgage, title, MLS,A franchisors, associations, and related real estate lone-worker industries. Although free of charge to attend,A a donation of $50 per attendee/$500 per organizationA is recommended in order to help the Beverly Carter Foundation secure additional research, create additional safety resources, speaker certifications, and the expansion of their teaching initiatives.
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