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Certified Total Safety Leadership: From Accidents to Zero

21st November - 22nd November 2016

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Delegates will receive Certificate of Completion from the International Institute of Risk and Safety Management.

Key topics

  • Safety Excellence
  • Going beyond Behaviour-Based Safety
  • The Mindful Safety Culture
  • The X Factor
  • Effective Motivation and Engagement
  • Felt Leadership / Values-Based Leadership
  • The Role of Human Factors
  • Advanced Influencing Skills

Why to attend

  • Understand the psychology behind human behaviour and learn how to apply pragmatic solutions to improve workplace H&S
  • Understand how a mindful approach to safety can foster a positive climate for performance improvement
  • Which leadership styles most effectively influence the way we think, work, lead and live
  • The ‘New ABC’ model of safety culture psychology
  • The ‘6 New Rules of Employee Engagement’
  • Advanced leadership skills to drive a positive, sustainable impact in your workplace
  • Insights in the most important aspects of safety culture, behaviour and leadership
  • Knowledge how to develop impactful, meaningful safety leadership

Andrew Sharman

Andrew Sharman holds Bachelor-degree level qualifications in Health & Safety Management, and in Learning & Development. He also holds Masters degrees in International Health & Safety Law, and in Organ...

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Who should attend

By position

CEOs, Senior Executives, Site Leaders, Department Heads, functional Managers and Supervisors interested in developing leadership skills from a safety perspective

Persons responsible for leading safety within an organisation at a global, regional or local level - HSEQ / HSSE / EHS Directors, Leaders, Managers and Advisors

Those dedicated to reducing exposure to workplace accidents, incidents and injuries, Behavioural Based Safety coordinators, senior safety representatives

By industry

  • Oil & Gas / Petrochemical
  • Chemical
  • Automotive
  • Manufacturing
  • Metals, Ceramics & Mining
  • Energy, Utilities
  • Power Generation / Supply
  • Engineering
  • Food & Beverage
  • Construction
  • Transportation
  • IT
  • Electric and Electronic
  • Consumer Goods
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • SHE Governmental Associations / Bodies
  • Pulp & Paper

Want to know more?

Learn the full details about the event program in the downloadable agenda.